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Hrishikesh Parandekar is Ambit Finvest CEO

Ambit Holdings announced the appointment of Hrishikesh Parandekar as CEO for Ambit Finvest and Ambit Private Wealth. He was Group Head and CEO for Karvy's broking, wealth management and asset management businesses. At Karvy, he founded the India ... Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago

PropTiger reshuffles top deck after co-founder quits,

PropTiger, the online real property classifieds firm, which is backed by NewsCorp, today announced changes in its senior leadership team. Sunil Mishra, the former chief executive officer of Karvy Private Wealth, has been named as its Chief Business ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago As its co-founder quits, PropTiger reshuffles top deck  Smart Investor1 day ago
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PropTiger.com's co-founder Prashan Agarwal quits

Newscorp-backed real estate portal PropTiger.com's co-founder Prashan Agarwal has quit the firm to pursue other entrepreneurial opportunities, while the company announced change in senior leadership team. Agarwal was with the company for the past ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago PropTiger.com Co-Founder Prashan Agarwal Exits  NDTV Profit22 hours ago PropTiger co-founder Prashan Agarwal quits; additions to leadership team  Media Nama1 day ago PropTiger.com’s co-founder Prashan Agarwal quits to set up venture  Economic Times1 day ago
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Rights issues off to flying start in 2015

With the successful close of the Rs 7,500-crore Tata Motors' rights issue last week, Indian markets have seen the highest fund raising through rights issues this year since 2008. Six companies have mopped up Rs 11,434 crore in the first four ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Here's how you can become a successful global investor

The RBI has enhanced the limit on the amount an Indian can spend and invest overseas to `1.5 crore a year. Find out how you can best utilise this limit. The Indian investor has reasons to be happy. Ex perts are predicting a multi-year bull run in ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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