R K Global Group makes highest bid in Cricket World for Sakshi Dhoni’s Charitable trust

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MUMBAI: R K Global Group has bought Indian Captain M S Dhoni’s World Cup 2011 winning bat at a recent high profile charitable auction held in London. The bat was auctioned for a whopping Rs. 72 lakhs (1 Lakh GBP), one of the most expensive cricketing gears ever sold till date. The funds raised through the auction of this prized bat will be going towards MS Dhoni’s wife’s charitable organization, Sakshi Foundation, which works for the benefit of under-privileged children. Most of the cricketing gears of the Indian skipper used in the World Cup finals were being auctioned at the event, the bat fetching the highest bid.

A hardcore financial broking firm, R K Global has always observed certain devotion towards their love for the game; a simple fact being their brand ambassador is renowned Indian cricketer Suresh Raina. CEO of R K Global Group Mr. Amit Bhagchandka’s love for sports has always been to encourage cricket in the country. “Our company has always cherished such memorabilia and with proceeds going to a good cause, we were all the more inclined towards this auction”. says Mr. Amit Bhagchandka. Not only have they given a competitive edge to other potential buyers, they have also upped the game by setting an all-new standard.

R K Global was incorporated in the year 1995 at New Delhi. It has diversified its business from equities to derivatives, commodities, currency, depository, IPO distribution, mutual fund distribution and consultancy. R K Global is a member of NSE, BSE, MCX, NCDEX, MCX – SX, NSEL and NSDL. In 2006 it launched its online trading platform on a Pan-India level.

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