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Indian investment bank Enam loses top executive

Munesh Khanna resigns as co-head of investment banking at Enam Financial Consultants after less then a year in the position.
In a surprise move Munesh Khanna announced yesterday his resignation as co-head of investment banking at Enam Financial Consultants. Khanna had joined Enam at the end of November and hence has spent less then a year at the investment bank. When contacted Khanna confirmed his resignation and said he had not yet finalised his future plans. But he will be continuing at Enam for some time to complete certain tasks he is entrusted with. Khanna joined Enam from NM Rothschild where he was country head and managing director. Khanna had moved to Rothschild in early 2002 from Arthur Andersen where he set up and headed the corporate finance practice in India.

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