After its success in mutual funds offering, Paytm is gearing up for entry into stock broking, insurance and loans distribution in the next few months. After its recent mutual fund foray, the firm is looks to expand its financial services portfolio. The firm may launch the stock broking service in the next few months.\u00a0 \u201cPersonally, one of the exciting things I\u2019m waiting for is stock broking. I\u2019m not very active (in stock market), and I\u2019m waiting for my team..when we did mutual funds, I became an investor in mutual funds. I was not investing in mutual funds previously. I think stock brokerage is very exciting offering we will launch in the next few months,\u201d Vijay Shekhar Sharma, founder of Paytm said in an interview to ET Now. While the idea is to expand, the firm\u2019s focus remains on payments solutions. Sharma explained that \u00a0financial services are good cohort extension of the payment solutions. Also read:\u00a0Does rise in cash prove that demonetisation failed? Here\u2019s what PM Modi has to say \u201cWe are looking to expand our payment acceptance network. We would start upgrading our customers and give them offers from banks and NBFCs, insurance products or wealth products like we have distributed different products of AMCs currently. We will start distributing these products this year,\u201d he said.\u00a0Sharma noted that the opportunity is huge as India remains an extremely under-served market. Further, with increase in competition, customers become more aware and they start trusting the offering better, he explained. The competition will help to achieve higher penetration, he observed. \u201cPaytm had reached a certain penetration, but the next level requires even larger investment and many more players. Finally, the customers will go to the product which fulfils most of their needs, and we wish to become that product,\u201d he said.\u00a0After the firm\u2019s Japan foray, Paytm is also going to launch its offering in other countries. \u201cWe are working in Japan as we speak, and the response has been very good. We have a few more countries in queue, and we don\u2019t know the timeline, but our primary focus remains India,\u201d Sharma told the channel.