Investment banking no more a core priority of bulge-bracket banks, says Jefferies India MD

21 June, 2012

Having started India operations in the thick of the global financial crisis, Jefferies India has made its mark, finishing third on the league tables in 2011 in terms of fees. Jefferies aims to be permanently featured among the top slots, says Probir Rao, managing director and head, investment banking and capital markets in India. In an exclusive interview with VCCircle, Rao dwells on what is plaguing the i-banking industry today and what lies in store.


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Investment banking no more a core priority of bulge-bracket banks, says Jefferies India MD

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