The stars of India’s financial markets
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The stars of India’s financial markets

UNTIL RECENTLY, INDIA occupied a hazy part of the average global investment banking CEO’s brain marked "untapped potential". That fuzziness has been wiped clean this year. Investment banks are piling into India, snapping up experienced local and expatriate talent, completing multi-billion dollar cross-border mergers, and establishing cost-efficient data centres employing thousands of skilled engineers.

Stars of the future 

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L Brooks Entwistle
Managing director and CEO, Goldman Sachs India



Manisha Girotra
Chair and managing director India, UBS



Anshu Jain
Head of global markets, Deutsche Bank



Rakesh Jhunjhunwalla
Founder, Rare Enterprises



KV Kamath
Managing director and CEO, ICICI Bank



Rajesh Khanna
India country head, Warburg Pincus

Uday Kotak
Vice-chairman and managing director, Kotak Mahindra Bank
  India’s Mr finance
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Hemendra Kothari
Chairman, DSP Merrill Lynch






Sanjay Nayar
CEO, Citi India



Deepak Parekh
Chairman and CEO, HDFC


 

Global bank CEOs, looking at India afresh, see a broad, deep equity market largely accessible to foreign institutional investors (FIIs). Global investors are rushing in. The market capitalization of Mumbai’s booming Sensex bourse, which has risen by nearly 500% over the past five years, passed the $1 trillion mark on May 28. Total FII inflow in June alone was $5.85 billion, according to the Securities and Exchange Board of India – a national record.

Deals are also being struck that make India’s vibrant markets the centre of world attention. The two largest domestic IPOs in Indian history took place over the past 12 months, as did three of the four largest follow-on offerings, and four of the largest corporate debt sales on record.





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