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RBS rebuilds India corporate finance team

After losing several key members of its advisory team to rival banks, RBS appoints Manoj Agarwal to lead its corporate finance effort in India.
Royal Bank of Scotland RBS has moved quickly to plug holes in its India corporate finance team, and the seniority and global experience of the new appointments reinforce the criticality of the India business.

RBS announced yesterday that it will transfer Manoj Agarwal from Hong Kong to head global corporate finance in India. Reporting to Agarwal will be Anjani Kumar, who has been flown in from ABN AMRO in London to head MA, and Dilip Kadambi, who will head equity capital markets. Also joining the ECM effort is Varsha Valecha, a veteran with 14 years investment banking experience. Valecha has been poached from Enam.

Agarwal will be based in Mumbai and will report regionally...
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