Moelis & Company India CEO Girotra on Indian IPOs, M&A Activity

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Oct.01 — Moelis & Company India Chief Executive Officer and industry veteran Manisha Girotra says the excitement around IPOs in India is justified as the market has seen a straight-line rise in the last two months. Manisha served as CEO and Country Head of UBS in India. She is also on the boards of Ashok Leyland, Mindtree and Jio Payments Bank. She speaks to Rishaad Salamat and Haslinda Amin on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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