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CLSA's Niranjan skips to Tata Capital

CLSA India's head of investment banking moves to Tata Capital after only one year, as the trend of senior bankers joining domestic firms gains momentum.
In a surprise move, CLSA's co-head of investment banking for India, J Niranjan has resigned to join Tata Capital in the same capacity. Niranjan will report to Tata Capital managing director Praveen Kadle.

Tata Capital is a firm created by the Tata Group as a foray into financial services and is intended to serve both retail and institutional customers. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Sons, the holding company of the Tata group. The aim in investment banking is to service mid-market firms. Tata Capital will not automatically win mandates from Tata group companies but is expected to be involved in instances where an opportunity to create value exists.

Niranjan had been...
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