Harsh Shringla India Ambassador

VIKASA March 2019 Newsletter

NYC: FEBRUARY 2019 VIKASA COO CHRIS LUZINE WITH NEW INDIAN AMBASSADOR HARSH SHRINGLA
VIKASA COO, Chris Luzine, attended an event welcoming the new Indian Ambassador, Harsh Shringla, to the United States. The event provided an opportunity to highlight VIKASA’s network with influencers in international affairs. Ambassador Shringla provided key updates regarding India’s growth and development.

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India Economy

Vikasa February 2019 Newsletter

BUSINESS TODAY: INDIA REMAINS AHEAD OF CHINA; RETAINS WORLD’S FASTEST GROWING ECONOMY TITLE According to Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar, the focus of the government in 2019 will be to expedite reforms with a view to accelerating growth India remained ahead of China to retain the tag world’s fastest growing large economy.

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Vikasa January 2019 Newsletter

BUSINESS TODAY: INDIA REMAINS AHEAD OF CHINA; RETAINS WORLD’S FASTEST GROWING ECONOMY TITLE According to Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar, the focus of the government in 2019 will be to expedite reforms with a view to accelerating growth India remained ahead of China to retain the tag world’s fastest growing large economy.

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VIKASA Capital Supports Mauritian Artist

VIKASA Capital was thrilled to support Mauritian artist Joshila Dhaby (Jay Dee) in the creation of a live public painting titled “A Better Future” at the Meeting of Styles Street Art Event during Art Basel in Miami December 6 – 9, 2018. As a prolific painter and muralist, Joshila’s work offers a glimpse into life in the Republic of Mauritius, incorporating themes of sustainable development, social responsibility, and appreciation for the natural world. As the global financial industry increases its attention on Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) practices, VIKASA seeks to affirm our commitment to remain an industry leader.

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Vikasa June 2018 Newsletter

BLOOMBERG: INDIA’S CORRELATION WITH GLOBAL MARKETS APPROACHES 10-YEAR LOW India surged ahead to become the world’s fastest-growing major economy in the last quarter of calendar year 2017. But the South Asian giant can do even better, potentially even hitting double-digit growth rates, according to one business leader. Click here to read more INDIAN ECONOMY TO…

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VIKASA April Newsletter

FORBES: INDIA IS POISED TO BECOME THE WORLD’S FIFTH LARGEST ECONOMY India is on track to overtake the United Kingdom to become the world’s fifth largest economy in 2018, according to data and forecasts from the International Monetary Fund. Don’t blame Brexit; the UK is coming off its eighth straight year of growth and its…

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Everything has changed

Since the fallout of the financial crisis, we seem to be living in a disrupted world. Financial markets which are supposed to be a platform for promoting economic productivity, now largely function as speculative markets. Cash, once the safest investment and crowned as king, might be in danger due to negative interest rates and imposed…

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The Taxi Driver is a PHD

‘Dream is not that you see in sleep, dream is something that does not let you sleep’ – late APJ Abdul Kalam. Sitting on the backseat of the taxi, I watched the man in front of me conquering the busy and sweaty streets of Mumbai with sheer strength and determination. This taxi driver, a PHD…

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Complacency Syndrome

Two major events left many people agape in May. Firstly, in one of the most remarkable triumphs in British politics, a Muslim became the mayor of London. Secondly, the US President decision to visit Hiroshima not only demonstrates forward-looking mind set but showcases that developed countries do not give in to complacency. They embraced changes…

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Structural Reforms

In the aftermath of the financial crisis since 2008, the one tagline which keeps on bugging us is ‘structural reforms’. What are ‘Structural Reforms’ and why the hype around the world? As per The Economist, structural reforms mean changes to the way government works. To put this into context, let’s extrapolate by taking an example.…

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