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Video | 02:04 January 15, 2019
Imarticus Learning - 5 Ratios to Use While Valuing A Stock Watch this video to understand the 5 key valuation ratios that will help you to identify a value stock. Imarticus Learning is India’s leading professional education institute, offering certified industry-endorsed training in Financial Services, Investment Banking, Business Analysis, IT, Busines [...] Read More »
Blog | December 26, 2018
The Change In Financial Ideals in 2018

The year 2018 has been one of consistent evolution and change. One part of society that has been impacted heavily due to the shift in ideals is the financial sectors. Investors in this year shifted their methods and strat [...] Read More »

Blog | December 24, 2018
Major Financial Upsets 2018

2018 was definitely a landmark year when it comes to financial events. There were a number of events which shook the nation at the time, and importance of these cannot be understated. Let us take a look at some of the big [...] Read More »

Video | 02:10 November 29, 2018
Imarticus Learning - P/E Ratio In this video learn what P/E ratio is, what is High P/E ratio and Low P/E ratio and also how you can calculate it. Imarticus Learning is India’s leading professional education institute, offering certified industry-endorsed training in Financial Services, Investment Banking, Business Analysis, IT, [...] Read More »
Video | 01:28 November 29, 2018
Imarticus Learning - Return On Equity In this video get to know about Return On Equity, what is the difference between positive ROE and negative ROE and also how you can calculate it. Imarticus Learning is India’s leading professional education institute, offering certified industry-endorsed training in Financial Services, Investment [...] Read More »
Blog | November 28, 2018
India’s Top Boutique Investment Banks   Boutique investment banks are a recent phenomenon and emerged more as an answer to the market-demands by startups and smaller enterprises. By small we mean deals less than Rs 200 Cr that large investment firms like JM Financial, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs or M [...] Read More »
Blog | November 21, 2018
Unravelling The Reasons For The Current Liquidity Crunch for the NBFCs   Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS), a leading blue-chip infrastructure lender recently made a default on their short-term debt payment. This incident has produced a ripple effect and resulted in a rough patch for the Indian Non-Banking [...] Read More »
Blog | November 21, 2018
Section 7: Why The Government Took This Step Against the RBI   Recently national media of India reported a somewhat unusual occurrence - the central government, for the very first time in history used Section 7 of the RBI act. This unprecedented move has scholars and analysts are expressing their concerns over its reper [...] Read More »
Blog | November 17, 2018
The NBFC Fiasco in India and AI Linkage with the Sector   The Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) sector in India, which is also called the shadow banking system, provides financial services similar to commercial banks, but they do so outside the typical banking regulations.  Read More »
Webinar | 58:28 November 14, 2018
Imarticus Webinar: Top 15 Investment Banking Interview Questions   In light of the growth in the Investment Banking industry and the resultant career opportunities, Imarticus Learning conducted a webinar on the top 15 Investment Banking interview questions that hopeful candidates could encounter. Reshma Krishnan, an experienced banking professional share [...] Read More »
Blog | October 6, 2018
Michael Kors Buys Versace for a Whopping $2.12 Billion. Want to Know Why? Yes, it’s true. Micheal Kors has bought the inimitable (or highly imitable depending on how you look at it) Versace for 2.12 billion dollars. This news has sent shock waves around the world not only because of Micheal Kors audacity - did he buy Versace? But because Versace is one of the most valua [...] Read More »
Blog | September 29, 2018
The Rise of The Indian PE Market A Deep Dive into The Indian Private Equity Market With fifty percent of the 1.1billion population being youngsters, India was a primary target for private-equity firms and their investors in the early years of the century. Private investors poured around 93 billion dollars into India in this period. After a healthy return of 25% gross returns at th [...] Read More »
Blog | September 29, 2018
Does The Old Boys' Network Still Exist in Investment Banking Imagine this - you are caught up in a minor disagreement or have a small task to do, to get your deal through. You immediately realise that you have some friends on the side of the other party, and you know the people since college. You only up, as any one of us would do, and he works on the deal, s [...] Read More »
Blog | September 29, 2018
A View on India’s Current Growth Rate We can say that the Indian economy is doing well with the given conditions of global challenges (trade wars and oil prices) and self-caused wounds such as demonetisation. Speaking of the current scenarios, we have witnessed a healthy growth of 8.2% in the first quarter of this fiscal. The 2-year hig [...] Read More »
Blog | September 17, 2018
Too Good to Be True – Are the Indian Markets Due for a Significant Correction? Emulating the tides of global markets, Nifty and Sensex have been undergoing a seesaw ride in recent times. While many investors have gleefully jumped onto the bandwagon, where is all of this going to lead? Many investors are still apprehensive, and even more, have started thinking about sorting the [...] Read More »
Blog | September 11, 2018
Bank Merger of Dena, Vijaya and Bank of Baroda - What does this move say about the future of the Indian Banking Sector? Several banks, majorly owned by the government, doing the same business have been competing with each other. Naturally, it has resulted in a lower return of capital employed by the government. The well-needed consolidation process of private sector banks is finally taking place. Our central governme [...] Read More »
Video | 5 Minutes September 8, 2018
What are Debt Ratios? Get to know about Debt Ratios. Learn more about Finance with Imarticus Learning. Imarticus Learning is a professional education institute focused on bridging the gap between industry & academia by offering certified industry-endorsed courses in Financial Services, Business Analysis, Business Ana [...] Read More »
Industry Updates | August 21, 2018
Industry Updates - Investment Banking While the thriving Indian private equity market provides massive opportunities for growth and expansion, some negatives looming on the horizon are a cause for worry. In this issue, we analyse the good and bad of private equity, significant developments in the world of investment banking, and a case [...] Read More »
Blog | July 29, 2018
The importance of Big Data Analytics in the Banking and Financial Services Industry In this data-driven world, Data Analytics has become vital in the decision-making processes in the Banking and Financial Services Industry. Investment banking and other businesses wherein, real-time information is used, volume, as well as the velocity of data, has become critical factors. Big Data A [...] Read More »
Blog | July 16, 2018
How does a Private Equity Firm Work? What is a Private Equity Firm? Private Equity has risen to the fore in the current marketplace, and so has the number of Private Equity Firms. However, many people are still ignorant about how private equity firms work, and what they do. For this, a better understanding of the cr [...] Read More »
Blog | 5 Minutes June 27, 2018
A Deep Dive Into Depreciation and How you model It Out in A Forecast Any asset that a person can buy reduces in value over time. We can see this in our daily lives especially in the case of assets like cars, electronic appliances, mobile phones etc. Depreciation can be described as the reduction in value of an asset after some time, because of an assortment of reason [...] Read More »
Industry Updates | 15 Minutes June 21, 2018
Industry Updates - Investment Banking It’s been quite the month for Indian M&A as the Walmart-Flipkart deal landing India right in the eye of the global deal-making storm. In this issue, we recap the Indian M&A and PE performance, give you a taste of the top stories in IB and also try and understand the impact of AI on Investm [...] Read More »
Blog | 5 Minutes June 20, 2018
Should The NAFTA Have A Sunset Clause? A look at Trade Agreements So, what exactly are Trade agreements? Trade agreements take place when at least two countries concede to the terms of exchange between them. They decide the taxes and obligations that nations levy on imports as well as exports. All international [...] Read More »
Webinar | 56 Minutes June 6, 2018
Asset Reconstruction and Compliance Watch Mr. Abizer Diwanji and Mr. Rahul Srivatsa discuss the Asset Reconstruction Sector in India, its regulatory framework, and potential entry routes as well as the priorities of an ARC and how organisations work with them. [...] Read More »
Webinar | 65 Minutes June 6, 2018
Through the eyes of an Investment Banker Spend the day with an Investment Banker and find out what the role comprises and what it takes to succeed in Investment Banking [...] Read More »
Video | 2 Minutes June 5, 2018
Earning Before Interest Tax Depreciation Amortization (EBITDA) EBITDA Stands for Earning Before Interest Tax Depreciation Amortization, it is a measure to value Businesses. EBITDA measures operating performance of a company. [...] Read More »
Video | 3 Minutes June 5, 2018
The Asset Classes In this video, we will learn about Asset Classes. The most Popular Asset classes are Equities, Bonds, Cash, and Commodities. Some uncommon Asset classes called Alternative Assets includes Real Estate, Art and Stamps.   [...] Read More »
Video | 3 Minutes June 5, 2018
Mergers & Acquisitions Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is a general term that refers to the consolidation of companies or assets through various types of financial transactions. M&A can include a number of different transactions, such as mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, tender offers, purchase of assets and m [...] Read More »
Blog | 5 Minutes June 2, 2018
Artificial Intelligence in Investment Banking - The Technological Revolution If there’s a word that will capture the zeitgeist 2018, it’s Artificial Intelligence. Not just the concept, but its application and consequently our reaction to being usurped by our own creation. Siri was the beginning, the most simple of AI. But it’s crisp ‘robotty’ voice meant we knew it [...] Read More »
Blog | 5 Minutes June 2, 2018
An Overall View of Private Equity in India The first quarter of 2018 is already gone, and it is time to take a step back and look at the private equity space in India to see how the numbers panned out in these difficult times.

Let us look at some of the highlights in this quarter

  • A total of 323 mergers and acquisitions [...] Read More »
Blog | 5 Minutes June 2, 2018
Working Capital - The Heart of a Well-Run Company Cash is King. But you don’t realise it until you’re short of it, and insufficient liquidity is why most companies go bust. Vendors will only be patient for so long before they pull the plug and you suddenly find you don’t have a screw for the car, which means - you can’t sell the car. A rece [...] Read More »
Blog | 5 Minutes June 2, 2018
M&A Round Up - 1st Quarter of 2018 The party looks like it’s just getting started. Perhaps we can safely say the curse of 2008 has left the Global Markets because M&A seems to be back and how! $1.4 trillion- that’s how, primarily driven by US tax reform, European economic growth, and an uptick in the industrials sector in [...] Read More »
Blog | April 20, 2017
Why People Are Obsessed towards Trading and not Investment Welcome to the age of instant gratification. The demand for the instant seems to be seeping in every corner of our society. The types of food we eat (the high range of ready to eat meals or the typical fast food chains, instant reviews to the food we eat) you see it all around you, let that be in th [...] Read More »
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  • Sudeep Mishra

    Mr Sudeep Mishra, one of the co-founders of TresVista Financial Services Pvt. Ltd. is part of the Executive Committee of the prestigious American Alumni Association in Mumbai. He has held prominent roles at many companies and has been the driving factor in their continued growth. He has worked in many industries right from the Investment […]

  • Gopal Khetan

    With more than seventeen years of experience, Gopal Khetan is one of the most experienced people working in the financial sphere in the Mumbai area. Gopal Khetan is a qualified Chartered Accountant and graduated as a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in the year 2001. After gaining two years of experience, […]

  • Tashwinder Singh

    Tashwinder Singh has a career spanning nearly 25 years in the banking sector. During this time, Mr Singh has worked to enhance his knowledge of both the private and public banking sectors, their nuances in the Indian markets and strategies that ensure sustainable and rapid banking development. Due to the longevity of his career in […]

  • Sudeep Mishra

    Mr Sudeep Mishra, one of the co-founders of TresVista Financial Services Pvt. Ltd. is part of the Executive Committee of the prestigious American Alumni Association in Mumbai. He has held prominent roles at many companies and has been the driving factor in their continued growth. He has worked in many industries right from the Investment […]

  • Gopal Khetan

    With more than seventeen years of experience, Gopal Khetan is one of the most experienced people working in the financial sphere in the Mumbai area. Gopal Khetan is a qualified Chartered Accountant and graduated as a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India in the year 2001. After gaining two years of experience, […]

  • Tashwinder Singh

    Tashwinder Singh has a career spanning nearly 25 years in the banking sector. During this time, Mr Singh has worked to enhance his knowledge of both the private and public banking sectors, their nuances in the Indian markets and strategies that ensure sustainable and rapid banking development. Due to the longevity of his career in […]

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