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ICICI Bank lost in growth | Financial Services, Reuters

zyakaira notes: Axis Bank and SBI results were superlative in comparison, even Kotak did a nice job. Despite assurances, Chanda Kochchar’s stamp of return to old ways of significant bank … Continue reading

July 25, 2009

ICICI Bank plays with ICICI Venture Fund | VCCircle

zyakaira notes: You heard it here earlier as well, ICICI Bank is getting more M&A mandates instead of ISEC and now VC as well, for its distribution and allied credit … Continue reading

July 14, 2009 · 1 Comment

Renuka Ramnath raises multiples | Reuters PE

A private equity fund launched by the former chief of Indias ICICI Venture plans to raise about $500 million, the Economic Times newspaper reported on Monday.Renuka Ramnaths firm, Multiples, has … Continue reading

July 14, 2009 · 4 Comments

Retail Investors and Mutual Funds – Changes in June @zyakaira

Fixed Income deals , broking down to Rs 2.5/INR 10 million _TYY4 IPOs to have Anchor Investors that have to be Qualified Institutional Buyers with a 30 day commitment after … Continue reading

June 19, 2009

Mass defections from ICICI Bank |

It could be the end of an era at ICICI, with high-profile exits coinciding with the impending retirement from executive position of Managing Director K.V. Kamath at the end of … Continue reading

April 20, 2009

Satyam, up for sale! :- As of last week …

Satyam, up for sale! :- As of last week 11 bidders had entered the fray and a lot of the visitors here have been looking forward to some inside track … Continue reading

March 20, 2009

Unca Ronald gets it! McDonalds clicks cheese with banks!

SAN FRANCISCO MarketWatch — Japans three top banking groups are reportedly lead-managing a 40 billion yen $425 million syndicated loan on behalf of McDonalds Corp., in what would be the … Continue reading

February 20, 2009

The Indian sky, what the recession can’t stop

Delhi is growing at 8.4% every year and Bangalore at more than 10%. In related MGI research, by 2015 62% of India’s GDP will be private consumption in its Top 15 cities.

January 31, 2009 · 3 Comments

Bank rate cut saturday -III

Deutsche Bank is a glaring example of how mistakes are made in India and how getting on their feet is a tough exercise, and India remains the most pliable of all BRIC markets. Indian CRR likely to remain at 22.5%

January 23, 2009 · 1 Comment

Bank rate cut Saturday

I expect that in the next one year there will be regular rate cuts in repo and reverse repo rates and to ensure that we are in a better condition next time to effectively compete in size in the global markets and take our share of the responsibility, we will also have SLR cuts of upto 400-500 basis points in this coming year. CRR won’t be cut below 5.5% despite fervent requests

December 5, 2008 · 1 Comment