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Chess launches portal for non-resident Indian clients

The Chess Group has launched a global multi-service web portal for non-resident Indians, offering property and legal services. has been created to help NRIs interact, network and conduct business globally.

The portal features properties, immigration services and links to other websites including dating site
Members of the site can upload their properties for sale, letting or swapping.

Brokers can earn commission by referring property transactions and litigation cases from their Indian clients.

Bob Singh, director of brokerage Chess Financial Services and, says: “Our main client base consists of Asians and many have property and assets they need to manage from the UK.”


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  • Wasim 28th April 2010 at 11:40 am

    Good service, well done chess.
    Its whats needed in current global business climate, glad to have found you guys.
    With Large population of Asians from south Asia predominently India & Pakistan – the potential and the need for this service is great.
    Well done, and hope you widen the service to include both punjabs (and yes all other parts as well) – we need it!