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India as Blockchain Capital of the World

In June this year at the London Business School, the Chairman and Managing Director of Egypt’s Commercial International Bank anticipated his Regulator’s response to any attempt to pursue the Blockchain strategies he and others (rightly) believe to be key to the future of international banking: the Regulator, he smiled, would shoot him. Hisham Al Arab ...
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What the Reserve Bank of India can teach the Bank of England

Inflation, as it happens, is also attracting considerable attention not only on the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England but also at the Reserve Bank of India which anticipated recent events in Threadneedle Street by raising its own interest rate to 6.5%. That came hard on the heels of a hike of 0.25% ...
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Innovations in India’s Private Equity Market

How do you spot a Private Equity Investor at the Opera? He’s the one scouring the lobby for the best exit. You’ve probably heard that one before. Its an old joke but still speaks to a fundamental truth about all private equity strategies: whilst looking resolutely to the long term (often more than ten years ...
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No Carillion for India: The Subcontinent’s New Audit Regime

English Law requires an Auditor to be a guard dog not a bloodhound, and that’s why Carillion collapsed in a Multi-Billion Pound insolvency with KPMG’s partners left wondering how to spend their bonuses while they wait to give evidence the House of Commons Finance Committee. But as with so much else over recent years, India’s ...

India in the Post-Brexit World: Something More Than Diplomacy

The Queen of England learned a new dance this month: she was taught Indian Mudras, or hand gestures, by the celebrated dancer and choreographer Arunima Kumar; and in keeping with the dignity of the occasion the lesson was conducted in the State Room at Buckingham Palace: “We brought Indian Art into Buckingham Palace” Ms. Kumar ...

What lesson are we learning after Republic Day in India?

While the world slept and at the stroke of midnight on 15 August 1947 India, as we all know, woke to independence; but once it had rubbed the sleep from its eyes the next morning, it found in its brave new day that it still had a King (George VI) and it still had a ...

India’s economy surpasses the UK since 150 years

All of the territories and properties belonging to the East India Company were transferred to the British Crown in 1858 and the Crown went on to take political and administrative control of India for the next 90 years, rapidly accelerating the pace of economic growth on the subcontinent as it set out to demonstrate that ...

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