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Zerodha founders’ salaries were disclosed: Find out how much money Nithin and Nikhil Kamath make each month

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<p>Zerodha has become a trailblazing platform in the rapidly evolving realm of stock trading and investing. Zerodha was launched in 2010 by brothers Nithin and Nikhil Kamath, and it is revolutionizing the conventional brokerage sector. Pay increases are one way that the company’s revenues benefit executives and staff.</p>
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<p>In the fiscal year 2022–2023 (FY23), Nithin and Nikhil Kamath, the brothers who founded the stockbroking platform, received a combined salary of Rs195.4 crore.</p>
<p>As reported by Mint, a survey conducted by Entracker.com revealed that the co-founders and full-time directors of Zerodha got an annual compensation of Rs 72 crore apiece. Based on their annual salary of Rs 72 crore, their monthly compensation is almost Rs 6 crore.</p>
<p>The Zerodha board authorized a directive in FY22 that permitted three of its directors to receive compensation of up to Rs 100 crore each. The expenditures of employee benefits at Zerodha increased by 35.7%, from Rs 459 crore in FY22 to Rs 623 crore in FY23.</p>
<p>The company paid all of its workers, including directors, a salary of Rs 380 crore. The report highlights that the corporation paid Rs 236 crore (or 623 crore) for equity-linked preferred stocks (ESOPs) with a cash settlement.</p>
<p>The success tale of the brothers Zerodha</p>
<p>From an early age, Nithin Kamath, the CEO and founder of Zerodha, showed a strong interest in stocks. He started trading penny stocks when his buddies offered him access to the market, and he had both profitable and unprofitable experiences.</p>
<p>After losing everything in the financial crisis of 2001–2002, Nithin persevered and started working in a call center at night while still trading during the day. He began his career with Reliance Money as a sub-broker, where he was able to get important experience handling large client accounts. In the tenth grade, his brother Nikhil left school to play chess, and at the age of seventeen, he started working at a contact center.</p>
<p>He investigated stock trading with his brother and pals and became quite interested in it. Nikhil started handling friends’ money as his trading abilities developed, and he finally worked his way up to the position of sub-broker at Way2Wealth. Nikhil Kamath, the co-founder and chief technology officer of Zerodha, joined his brother’s team.</p>
<p>Nithin, Nikhil Kamath’s net worth</p>
<p>Nithin, Nikhil Kamath, and their family are estimated by Forbes to be worth $5.5 billion, or Rs 45,882 crore. Nikhil Kamath and Nithin Kamath have respective net worths of $1.1 billion and $2.7 billion, or Rs 9,176 crore and Rs 22,523 crore.</p>


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