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Staying competitive in India's over-brokered market

We talk to Rashesh Shah, founder and CEO of boutique Indian investment bank, Edelweiss, about what it takes to do deals in a market in which large players are placing large bets.
The recent break-up of Morgan Stanley's joint venture with JM Financial has highlighted the importance of India to large global investment banks. In this environment, boutique investment bank Edelweiss explains the strategy being adopted by them to create a niche in the Indian marketplace.

What is the history of Edelweiss
We started in 1996 with the aspiration to participate in the rapidly growing financial services and capital market sector. As India entered the new era of economic liberalisation, there were many opportunities for new entrants, especially in the countryÆs growing capital markets. With the economy opening up, there was a change in entrepreneurial orientation and our hypothesis has been that the capital markets will play...
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