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Fake Videos of NSE CEO Ashish Chauhan Recommending Stocks in Circulation, NSE Issues Caution 

Nowadays, the proliferation of fake videos on stock market operations is increasing and getting viral. In the wake of this, the NSE and the National Stock Exchange have issued certain guidelines on these, reported Livemint.

NSE has extended a stern caution to those investors who make fake videos purportedly recommending stocks by showcasing Shri Ashishkumar Chauhan. 

Notably, Shri Ashishkumar Chauhan is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of NSE. NSE said, “NSE in a few investment and advisory audio and video clips falsely created using technology.

Such videos seem to have been created using sophisticated technologies to imitate the voice and facial expressions of Shri Ashishkumar Chauhan, MD & CEO of NSE.”

As per TimesNow, the national stock exchange has also requested investors to verify information, exercise vigilance and only trust what appears on official NSE channels. 

Information can also be verified from, the official website. Other official social media handles include, “Twitter: @NSEIndia, Facebook: @NSE India, Instagram: @nseindia, LinkedIn: @NSE India, and YouTube: NSE India.”

Ashishkumar Chauhan, the MD and CEO wrote on X, “Caution – clarification on fake audio/ videos of NSE MD and CEO recommending specific stocks – circulating on social media for last few days.”

This statement is the follow-up of the surfacing of the manipulated video and audio clips regarding stock recommendations. 

These fake videos make use of advanced and sophisticated technology which mimic the MD’s voice and facial expressions. Thus, this creates an alarming and misleading situation for unsuspecting investors. 

NSE Employees Cannot Recommend Stocks

Thus, investors are advised not to fall for such fraudulent content and take investment decisions. NSE also clarified that its employees are “not authorized” to recommend or endorse any specific stocks. 

NSE has also asked online platforms to take back potential deceptive videos. Meanwhile, the public and investors are requested to verify the authenticity of information and exercise caution before taking any wrong step which may cause financial loss and personal harm.

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