It has been a fascinating 10 year journey for Equirus, which started Operations in July 2007.
Sharing some of the glimpses for the 10 year celebration held on September 15, 2017 in Mumbai.
Talk by Mr. Arnab Goswami, Editor in Chief and Managing Director of Republic Tv, on how India has transformed over the last 10 years
Interview of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala on Markets over the last decade conducted by Mr Ajay Garg, Founder and Managing Director of Equirus and Mr Donald D’souza, Managing Director - Investment Banking Division.
Some Glimpses from the event and Vote of Thanks by Ajit Deshmukh, Head of Investment Banking.
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