IIFL IN THE NEWS
Thu, 7 Jun 2018
Amar Ambani, Partner and Head of Research, IIFL Investment Managers featured in Mint: "To some extent, the markets were expecting that the RBI may hike rates or change its stance as crude prices are higher, US Federal Reserve is going to increase rates and inflation was rising. RBI has front-loaded the rate hike as most of us were expecting a hike by October or so."
Fri, 1 Jun 2018
Our co-founder and executive director Yatin Shah posted a video of him riding his bicycle and wrote about his commitment to a fitter lifestyle and a "strictly healthy diet" before challenging friends from the media industry.
Thu, 31 May 2018
Amit Shah, CEO, IIFL Asset Management tells Mint, "The IIFL India Private Equity Fund has been set up with a vision to promote professionals. We are largely raising the fund from domestic investors."
Thu, 31 May 2018
Amit Shah, CEO, IIFL Asset Management speaks to Business Standard: IIFL India Private Equity Fund is perhaps one of the first home-grown funds to back Indian professionals who have entrepreneurial aspirations.
Tue, 29 May 2018
"The fund has made commitments for another Rs 500 crore which may fructify over the next few months," IIFL Asset Management CEO Prashasta Seth told VCCircle.
Fri, 25 May 2018
Tarang Bhanushali, AVP - Research, IIFL Investment Managers tells BloombergQuint that backward integration and the high-yielding carbon black have led to higher valuations for international players.
Wed, 16 May 2018
Q&A with Bhavesh Gandhi, AVP - Research, IIFL Investment Managers published in The Economic Times.
Tue, 15 May 2018
The Economic Times publishes views of Amar Ambani, Partner and Head of Research, IIFL Investment Managers: He (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) gets bolder in reforms, given confidence of the win, despite steps like GST and demonetisation that caused disruption. Increase in tally in the Rajya Sabha is expected, which means reforms can pass through faster.
Tue, 15 May 2018
Amar Ambani, Partner and Head of Research, IIFL Investment Managers shares his valuable opinion in Moneycontrol on the BJP being just short of a majority mark in Karnataka and what it means for the stock market.
Tue, 15 May 2018
Amar Ambani, Partner and Head of Research at IIFL Investment Managers to Livemint: "BJP's huge tally will mean, it will hold all key ministries, which would have been shared, in case a strong partner was to ally with them. This ensures tighter control on the state."
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