India as a strategic market for foreign investors is intact: Morgan Stanley

21 June, 2012

After having topped the league tables last year, Morgan Stanley is looking at another strong year in India with five deals already in its kitty. The firm’s India office, built and scaled up like a start-up, is now raising bar, says Aisha De Sequeira, managing director and head of investment banking. Sequeira, who came to build the India business amid the turmoil of 2007-08, tells VCCircle in an exclusive interview how the firm’s patience has paid off.


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India as a strategic market for foreign investors is intact: Morgan Stanley

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