Welcome To Motilal Oswal Private Equity

Motilal Oswal Private Equity (MOPE) was founded in 2006 to place the investment viewpoint and acumen of Motilal Oswal Financial Services (MOFSL) into action. Through the outset, MOPE’s focus was the mid-market portion, where there is an severe need of capital, and where the MOFSL brand got significant leverage. 500 million across development capital and real property private collateral. 275 million across two private equity funds.

The MOPE team contains a balanced mix of investment and business experts, who between them, bring several hundred years of trading and working experience. Vishal Tulsyan heads the private equity business at Motilal Oswal. MOPE is a sector agnostic account with core focus on: usage led businesses, financial services, pharmaceuticals & market and health care manufacturing. Investment in mid-size enterprises with preference for either market leaders and/or led by first generation entrepreneurs.

  • Claims of high investment comes back with little or no risk
  • Minimum amount that needs to be deposited in the PPF accounts in the financial year is Rs.500
  • Unemployment rate is higher than (above) the natural rate of unemployment (NRU)
  • They used a more substantial postcard (6″x 8.5″ vs. 4″x6″)

But the kind of money I make now is very hard to walk away from. I’m compromising passion for prosperity. Later, when I’ve got all the money I want pursue all my passions I’ll. None taken, assures the blogger. Feeling a little ashamed the investment banker points out to the blogger that he’s accustomed to a certain lifestyle. “Decent money is relative. I’m sure for a few a few thousand dollars per month is enough but that doesn’t do much for me personally. I like nice cars. I love living where I really do.

A waiter comes around and both men order another round. “So how long do you consider it shall take before you get to where you want? ” asks the blogger. The investment banker goes a little closer to the blogger. “First, I have to become a Managing Director. That’s priority. Then, the next step is to become Head of Investment Banking for my sector.

The next move is to get marketed to Global Head of Investment Banking. Now that won’t be easy at all but it’s possible. I reckon I possibly could manage my mid forties there. The step after that is more important even. I’ll take my team, leave the bank and set up a boutique investment bank.

Then I’ll spend another five years building it up into a good lender. The blogger is interested. What does which means that? The investment banker takes a few seconds to think it over. ” the blogger asks. right “That’s.” The investment banker continues on to describe how everything he does and says is done in order to represent the investment bank he works for.

He projects the investment bank’s views, ethos and culture but his own never. “So you want to represent your own beliefs and ideas that you’re interested in,” confirms the blogger. The investment banker’s eye open up wide. The blogger is eager to learn more. “I’d prefer to travel properly” exclaims the investment banker.

“Isn’t travel a large part of your job” asks the blogger. The investment banker shakes his head. “Not proper travel. I do travel but I don’t decide when and where. I’m told where to go. Each day or two beforehand Often. And I never get to start to see the places I visit.

I go from airport terminal to hotel room to meeting places then back to the hotel room and then off to the airport terminal. I want to go through the accepted places I visit. I don’t want to have to return on a set date. No more one-week vacations. “Don’t you normally get two weeks,” asks the blogger.