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Sulakshana Badri
Jul 12 2017
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Tat Capital featured in The Australian today

<p><strong>Extract:</strong> &quot;...technology company SenSen is banging the drum for $6.5m to carry out a backdoor listing through Orpheus Energy.The firm is using Tat Capital as the corporate adviser and has already held meetings in London, New York, Hong Kong and Singapore. It starts a Melbour ...

Sulakshana Badri
May 12 2017
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Tat Capital featured in Entrepreneur India: "#5 Ways This Company Is Helping Indian Entrepreneurs Scale In Australia"

<p><strong>Extract</strong>: Entrepreneur India Article by Sanchita Dash</p> <p>&ldquo;According to the numbers as of 2016, the bilateral trade relations between India and China were worth over A$150 billion dollars, whereas that of India and Australia were approximately A$20 billion dollars. Th ...

Pras Indrakumar
Jan 25 2017
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Apple is looking to make it in India — CNBC Interview with Ram Gorlamandala, Director/Co-Founder at Tat Capital

<p><img alt="Ram Gorlamandala, Tat Capital, talks about the tech giant's attempt to secure tax breaks to manufacture in India." height="248" src="https://tat.capital/docs/uploads/2017/01/Screen-Shot-2017-01-25-at-4.09.38-pm.png" width="700" /></p> <p>Ram Gorlamandala, Tat Capital, talks about th ...

Ram Gorlamandala
Dec 14 2016
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'Why is Cyrus Mistry still sticking around?' - CNBC Interview with Ram Gorlamandala, Director/Co-Founder at Tat Capital

<p>The Tata group led by Ratan Tata is expected to have a cakewalk and oust Mistry as Tata Sons hold a huge stake of over 73 percent in TCS.While it&rsquo;s not clear how retail shareholders will vote in the EGM, many fund houses and institutions have reportedly decided to either back Tata or absta ...

Pras Indrakumar
Aug 17 2016
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No more RBI rate cuts expected for 2016 - CNBC Interview with Ram Gorlamandala, Director/Co-Founder at Tat Capital

<h2>It is unlikely that the new RBI governor will implement another rate cut in the remainder of the year, says Tat Capital&#39;s Ram Gorlamandala.</h2> <p>Find more on the CNBC interview here:</p> <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/gRqfLXcl6po?rel=0" framebor ...

Pras Indrakumar
Jul 06 2016
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Modi's Cabinet expansion & impact of Brexit on India - CNBC Interview with Ram Gorlamandala, Director/Co-Founder at Tat Capital

<h2>What&#39;s behind PM Modi&#39;s cabinet expansion</h2> <p>It&#39;s part of Narendra Modi&#39;s strategy to bring in more qualified people to help him achieve fiscal targets, says Tat Capital&#39;s Ram Gorlamandala.</p> <p><strong><a href="http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000531822" t ...

Pras Indrakumar
May 30 2016
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CNBC Interview with Ram Gorlamandala, Director/Co-Founder at Tat Capital

<h2>Why are tech companies flocking to India?</h2> <p>As Microsoft and Apple focuses on India, Ram Gorlamandala of Tat Capital says the nation&#39;s thriving software industry and abundance of local talent make it an attractive destination for foreign investment.</p> <p><strong><a href="http: ...

Pras Indrakumar
Apr 06 2016
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Why Australian firms should invest in India: Tat Capital interviewed on CNBC

<p>Tat Capital&#39;s co-founder Ram Gorlamandala says Australian companies have mid-market opportunities to invest in India&#39;s consumer and tech sectors, and vice versa.</p> <p><a href="http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000507241" target="_blank">Click here to view CNBC Interview</a></p> ...

Pras Indrakumar
Apr 03 2016
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Tat Capital featured in Australian press today: "India deal opportunities overlooked: Tat Capital"

<p><strong>Extract:</strong> AFR Article&nbsp;by Joyce Moullakis</p> <p>Australian companies are laggards when it comes to executing&nbsp;mergers and acquisitions and other expansion&nbsp;opportunities in India, according to boutique adviser Tat Capital.</p> <p>The mid-market cross-border&nbs ...

Pras Indrakumar
Mar 08 2016
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Tat Capital featured in Indian press today: T-Hub signs MoU with Tat Capital

<p>T-Hub, India&#39;s largest start-up incubator, has signed an exclusive MoU with Tat Capital to facilitate trade and investment between Australia, New Zealand and the Indian subcontinent.</p> <p>The MoU:</p> <ul> <li>Provides&nbsp;our family office and investor network visibility and acce ...

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