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April 12, 2018



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Delhi, December 12, 2016
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Delhi, August 6, 2016
After over a decade of slow progress, hurdles and numerous efforts of different Union Finance Ministers, Arun Jaitley takes the credit for unveiling one of the biggest economic reforms


PTI
Mumbai, August 3, 2016
Ace investment banker Nimesh Kampani on Tuesday announced retirement from the executive roles at J M Financial group, and the company's board has appointed his son Vishal to succeed him as managing director.


PTI
New Delhi, November 21, 2014
The former chief of Citigroup, Vikram Pandit, has also joined the board of JM Financial's real estate lending arm FICS Consultancy Services as non-executive chairman.


PTI
New Delhi, December 2, 2013
As JM Financial awaits RBI view on its bank licence plea, market is abuzz with talks of billionaire Azim Premji buying additional five per cent stake in the company that has also roped in former Citibank chief Vikram Pandit as a key investor for its banking pursuit.


Manu Kaushik
December 4, 2013
Non-executive directors at Indian companies have not proved effective so far in improving corporate governance practices. They themselves are partly to blame.


BT Online Bureau
Mumbai, May 17, 2013
Shares of JM Financial closed the day's trade 13.38 per cent higher at Rs 26.70 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Intra-day, the stock surged 16.77 per cent to Rs 27.50 - its 52-week high.


PTI
New Delhi, May 16, 2013
The former Citigroup chief will JM Financial's proposed banking venture and will also make a strategic investment in the financial services group.


www.businesstoday.in
August 28, 2012
V.G. Siddhartha, Founder, Cafe Coffee Day says the best advice he ever got prompted him to buy coffee estates in Karnataka and diversify investments.


Anusha Subramanian
January 19, 2012
After bailing out Eenadu's Ramoji Rao in 2008, the Mukesh Ambani-led company recently signed a convertible debt deal with Network 18. The deal makes for a potboiler. Here's why.


Suman Layak
November 13, 2009
With the courts suggesting maternal intervention as a means to getting the warring Ambani brothers to smoke the peace pipe, Kokilaben D. Ambani may well be the one who determines whether India remains energy-starved or not. Really?


Rachna M. Koppikar
July 21, 2009
He used a combination of timing and talent to build a powerhouse. He’s got plenty going for him. Can he make the big leap to take on mightier competitors? Rachna M. Koppikar tells more.


Shalini S. Dagar
May 30, 2009
Has the debate on the role of independent directors begun to echo in company boardrooms or is there a case for scrapping the idea of them as protectors of minority shareholders?


Suman Layak
May 19, 2009
Independent directors have to pull up their socks, but if they don’t, should they be thrown in jail?


Rachna M. Koppikar
April 16, 2009
For three decades, the three Ks—Kothari, Kampani and Kotak—ruled The Street. Today, Kothari has hung up his gloves, Kampani is in the eye of a storm and Kotak is building a bank—ending an era of home-grown dealmakers. Rachna M. Koppikar goes into the details.


www.businesstoday.in
January 20, 2009
If reactions to the world bank’s ban on wipro Technologies were starkly different from that to a similar ban on Satyam Computer, the reason was the towering personality of Azim Premji, who has always emphasised the role of ethics in business.


www.businesstoday.in
December 25, 2008
BT asks the who’s who of India’s corporate world—as well as some professionals and leaders from other fields for good measure—to jog their memory and recall the best advice they ever got. What the advice was, who gave it to them and when, and how it helped them.


Rachna Monga
October 2, 2008
The Wall Street bug has spread far and wide, taking its toll on markets all over the globe. Back home, however, many of the US investment banks are in no mood to call it a day.


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