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Updated July 2020
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TRANSFIN. Podcasts are about all things Finance, plus some Business, a bit of Tech, some science here & there, can't ignore anything global, or local, conglomerates or unicorns, policy stuff, most definitely the top news…okay okay! Basically at the purposeful expense of sounding vague - our weekly podcasts share banter on all things interesting, intriguing, or relevant. LongShorts: Two News junkies find reasonable solace in deconstructing topics which are layered & complex to begin with. Hos ...
 
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In the latest "work-from-home" episode of LongShorts, we catch up with "serial entrepreneur" Yatin Thakur, probably one of the most positive speakers we've ever had on our Podcast! As the Managing Director of Global Entrepreneurship Network India and Founder of coworking office space startup CoworkIn (which incidentally happens to be where we at TR…
 
We catch up with Professor Madhu Viswanathan, Assistant Professor of Marketing from ISB Hyderabad to discuss his journey - starting as an engineer to a gig as a CAT/GMAT instructor to working in software to becoming a B-School Prof! On the way we touch upon the ever changing shades of News and Entertainment content through the lens of product, bran…
 
With Covid-19 unleashing an economic crisis at an unprecedented scale, the role of new age Jan Dhan-Aadhaar-Mobile (JAM) infrastructure with India's legacy Public Distribution System (PDS) in providing much needed relief to the poorest of the poor, be it in cash or in kind, cannot be understated. In that backdrop it was a real pleasure to pick the …
 
We spend some valuable time with Dr Arun K Chopra, a Senior Cardiologist at Fortis Escorts Hospital Amritsar, who is part of his hospital's Covid 19 response team, to understand India's strategy behind its handling and response against the Coronavirus outbreak, starting from the stringent lock down to the rationale behind targeted testing. Dr Chopr…
 
Professor Shashwat Alok from ISB Hyderabad is the perfect person to throw light on what drives corporate governance issues in India. Well, the country has been an excellent breeding ground for corporate governance, or shall we say corporate misgovernance case studies, be it Satyam, IL&FS, DHFL, ICICI, and now Yes Bank. Prof Alok discusses why corpo…
 
Welcome to our WFH podcast season opener where we bring Anuj Dayal, a Credit Markets commentator, and look at the new paradigm faced by Indian banks in a post Covid-19 world. Anuj brings his rich experiences from the world of structured credit and private equity and deconstructs the manifold challenges (i.e. rising NPA, depressed growth, liquidity …
 
The world has changed a fair bit since our last episode. The Covid-19 outbreak has been a wrecking ball disrupting health care, supply chains, economies, and lives all over the world! We, like most people, are working from home, which makes it an ideal opportunity to shoot a podcast and talk to you all. Listen in as we do a run through and make sen…
 
We know the next season of LongShorts is yet to officially come out but what’s the harm in another “In Between Seasons” special? Like we said before, we take our breaks rather seriously! An English novelist once wrote, “There are three sorts of lawyers – able, unable and lamentable.” Our guest this week is of the fourth sort: commendable. Sonali Ma…
 
Hello, folks! We're back with another episode of Adda! This week, we dwell on the global security camera industry and the implications of facial recognition technology. Both have serious privacy and security implications, and different countries are dealing with them in different ways. We delve through the data points and points of view to find out…
 
When Sameer Aggarwal moved back to Delhi after working in credit for almost a decade (HSBC, Oakam - UK), he saw many Indians missing the financial inclusion boat. This in his view is part thanks to non-availability of data and part because of poor data. He kicked off RevFin (as the name indicates) as an attempt to Revolutionise Finance and especial…
 
We’re back with the fourth episode of Adda! This week, we discuss two evergreen topics – traffic on Indian roads and innovative ways to preserve our environment. First, we talk about the latest trick the Bengaluru traffic police have pulled out of their hats to ensure that commuters follow traffic rules on the city’s eternally-congested roads. What…
 
The Reserve Bank of India to the surprise of economists (and by extension consensus) keeps repo rate at hold. But economists are hardly right these days. Nor do they drive economic narratives. Onions however, do. That's topic number one. Second is the recent woes of the online pharmaceutical industry, at one time touted as a INR25,000cr market oppo…
 
Today...we go dark! No kidding. Post a comparatively benign routine around Ola and Uber toing-and-froing with the regulator, we delve deeper into recent mis-steps within India's financial sector. Today's TOC includes: Commission and surge pricing caps on Uber/Ola Creating a bad bank and why it may not work The weirdly unnoticed fraud besotting Karv…
 
We are back with the second episode of Adda! This week, we spend some time discussing what could possibly be the biggest IPO ever - energy giant Saudi Aramco's $100bn public listing and the hue and cry around the $2tr valuation Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is eyeing. Thereon, we move on to discuss why almost all maps you've ever come acro…
 
Plenty to catch up following Supreme Court's marathon run of closing corporate matters. We however focused our energies deconstructing The ongoing stress affecting India's telecom sector. Translation: AGR dues The 1st major settled case under the nation's nascent bankruptcy law i.e. ArcelorMittal acquiring Essar With 10 of the 15 telcos liable to t…
 
From a finance buff and a corporate lawyer to the founder of a secret club and a policy researcher, Season 3 has seen a rather eclectic mix of guests. The season finale has been equally exciting. This week we catch up with Vatsal Gaur, a M&A/PE and VC lawyer with over 8 years of experience behind him. After having previously worked with leading law…
 
After a three week hiatus (a bit of summer travel to recharge), we are back with a new episode of LongShorts. Number 47 starts with a chat on the sector which strangely but not surprisingly transformed itself from being the darling of the Indian stock market to its bane within twelve months! Yes, the Indian Auto space! However, the Mahindra-Meru di…
 
We’ve had an eventful few weeks here at LongShorts. We chatted with a long line of guests from various backgrounds with whom we conversed about a wide-ranging portfolio of topics. In this episode, we take a breather and go back to the good ol’ days when it was just us two chatting about the heavy-duty news developments of the week. There’s been a l…
 
Surrounded by "heavy duty" political news and a bit of rain - we take a breather to catch up with Parikshit Chitalkar. Parikshit is Co-Founder and head of Tech and Product at StashFin, a digital lending platform offering flexible loan products through their Credit Line Card. He shares his story, including formerly building and exiting a business in…
 
A computer engineer by training, Aneesh Jain briefly dabbled in consulting at McKinsey and TechnoServe before he found his calling in the development sector, leading to the inception of Gram Unnati, a not-for profit set up working for the improvement of farmers' lives. In yet another gear-shift from the series of guests we have had this season, Ane…
 
Vatsal Srivastava has the rare distinction of being a Markets Participant...as well as a Markets Commentator. Between a B.A. Mathematics at St Stephen's and an MBA from INSEAD, he caught the trading bug when he speculated on L&T while interning at a Business TV channel. But he's kept writing on Finance close to his heart, frequently publishing colu…
 
Samant Sikka is the Founder and Chief Dreamer at Sqrrl, a new age personal finance platform helping young Indians re-align their experiential lifestyle and consumption focus with the counter-intuitive objective of saving money. An industry veteran with asset management stints at Axis and Goldman Sachs behind him, Samant is a passionate proponent of…
 
Aashish Khullar is the first (now former) elected official on our Podcast though he doesn't fit its usual definition. He works with the UN system on global governance for sustainable development, specifically on environmental and economic issues. He formerly represented the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth at various intergovernmen…
 
Land Rights constitute one of the most complex and controversial policy issues afflicting Modern India. And Ankit Bhatia, an alumnus from IIT Kharagpur, from the Centre for Policy Research (CPR) has had a front-row seat while trying to deconstruct the problems at hand to make them part of mainstream discourse. Ankit and folks at CPR Land Rights Ini…
 
When Mayank Kachhwaha initially dabbled with India's credit market as a wannabe entrepreneur (back from a six year stint at Capital One), he was keen to explore peer-2-peer lending. Thus started IndiaLends in March 2015. But soon the realization dawned upon them that India doesn't really have a credit supply problem. Rather, it is the structural is…
 
Dr Arun K Chopra, Director Cardiology (Fortis Amritsar) is a DM from AIIMS where he also served as an Associate Professor. He's a passionate student and practitioner of nutrition and fitness, having lost over 100kg (10 kg 10 times) of weight in his lifetime, while developing an almost encyclopediac knowledge on the subject. Our chat touches upon so…
 
Taponeel Mukherjee (Formerly at Citi & UBS, presently CEO of Development Tracks, an India-focused advisory and investment business) took some time out to chat on India's recent infrastructure journey, his key takeaways from last five years wrt infra policy, capital, and execution, and everyone's favourite - potential lapses, reflections and areas o…
 
Our podcast with Arjun Guleria (of Beam & Words, a Delhi-based brand communications & brand strategy firm) started with a conversation on Brands, but gradually changed course to reflect on his personal journey as an entrepreneur, the human element which is key for creative solutions, and the blessing that is his accountant! P.S. He also humoured ou…
 
We sip Coffee with Shreya Soni, CEO & Founder of Delhi Secret Supper Club (DSSC) - India’s first-of-its-kind platform with a vision to enable "like-minded people to get together without an agenda". More than 6 years since inception, DSSC is now a leading curator of immersive experiences for the country’s most exclusive member base. A former London-…
 
We chat with Kushan Chakraborty, as he gives us a crash course on India's dynamic but over-burdened Judicial System, and Legal Services at-large. Kushan is a Corporate Lawyer from Cornellia Chambers (a Gurgaon-based Law Firm), a product of Christ College Bangalore, a Podcast enthusiast, and most importantly a passionate proponent of the law's power…
 
The cliffhanger unveils!!!! Too dramatic? So what's the long and short of it? For starters, our Podcast party just got bigger. All thanks to our very first guest for this Season. It was a real pleasure to chat with Mr. Anuj Dayal, a perpetual finance buff, former structured credit (Deutsche Bank, Och-Ziff - London) slash private equity professional…
 
Tracking the wide range of news & analysis out there, cross-sector and often cross-geography, is a fun albeit intense way to make a living. It's no wonder one gets even more excited going voice-borne, courtesy our Weekly Podcast i.e. LongShorts. Through a few data points, lots of insights, and even more banter...we typically aim to cover narratives…
 
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