Vanda Negi, a successful female leader in the global investment industry, operating from India and Singapore, Vandna has proven herself working with early-stage (both enterprise and consumer) teams to build incredible products that improve how we work and live. She has built companies that are great places to work. She is an experienced certified financial and business planner with a demonstrated history of closing deals. She is skilled in carrying out extensive financial analysis & research, including modeling and establishing the correct valuation of companies.
Vandna and Bobby, both successful in different geographical locations and different fields, now combine their expertise and partner to launch disruptive projects that will be announced soon. Vandna brings her expertise in financial markets, and Bobby brings his talent for creating and executing deals. On top of that, they will be executing high-profile deals in India, which is a setup for success, knowing that the Indian economy is growing with a super speed and possesses all indicators for solid growth.
Although the current COVID-19 crises, India’s market capitalization to GDP ratio is at 115%, the combined market cap of all listed firms has doubled since last March to Rs 226.5 trillion. This is because the Indian equity market continues to grow ahead of macroeconomic fundamentals. While the Indian economy recorded its worst performance in 70 years last fiscal, the market capitalization of listed equities has grown to an all-time high. This is the highest level for the ratio since December 2008, when it reached a record high of 150 percent. In addition, the Indian government is supporting the economy in remarkable ways. For example, India’s central bank plans to buy more government bonds to keep borrowing costs low and help the economy, which the coronavirus pandemic has hit. Reserve Bank of India Gov. Shaktikanta Das said Friday it would buy an additional 1.2 trillion rupees ($16.43 billion) worth of government securities in the July-September quarter.
The fact that the Indian economy is growing despite the worst virus outbreak is a vital sign of the future of India. The largest investment companies in the world have invested and keep investing in multiple sectors in India. Bobby and Vandna’s timing on a business partnership cannot be better than that.