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UBS Weighs Credit Suisse China Stake Swap With Beijing Government

UBS Group AG is in discussions to attain full ownership of its China platform by swapping its holding in Credit Suisse’s onshore securities venture with a Beijing government investment fund, according to people familiar with the matter.

3 min read9 Apr 2024

Alternative investment funds in a fix as SEBI’s demat deadline of Oct 31 looms: Report

The market regulator has issued instructions that units of fund amounting to Rs 500 crore or more to be dematerialised.

2 min read9 Oct 2023

Zee’s Subhash Chandra, Punit Goenka diverted public money, says SEBI | Mint Primer | Mint

Capital Markets Regulator Securities And Exchange Board Of India (Sebi) In Its Reply In The Matter Of Zee Enterprises To Securities And Appellate Tribunal (Sat) Has Pointed Out That Chairman Emeritus Subhash Chandra And Managing Director And Ceo Punit Goenka Have Diverted Public Money To Private Entities.

26 Jun 2023

Waterfield’s new Platform Leverages Innovation and Expertise to Help Clients Maximize Their Wealth

Waterfield Financial and Investment Advisors has launched Discretionary Investment Services for India’s UHNI and HNI investors. The platform will be headed by Shantanu Bhargava, Managing Director, Head of Discretionary Investment Services, Waterfield Advisors.

2 min read23 Jun 2023

Harvard Management Spinout Raises $850 Million Food and Agriculture Fund

Solum Partners launched in 2020 with help from the Harvard University endowment and insurer American International Group

1 min read25 Apr 2023

Millions of dollars disappear from Usain Bolt’s investment account

Usain Bolt had J$2 billion in his account on October 31, 2022 while the amount became J$1.8 million on January 11, 2023.

1 min read19 Jan 2023

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Ever since Byju Raveendran founded the eponymous edtech company in 2011, Byju's has been the subject of much discussion. The Indian education sector seemed ripe for disruption, and by 2019, the company was an investor favourite. The onset of the pandemic brought the real riches for Byju's: with kids attending school through their laptops, phones, and tablets, Byju's was immediately seen as being at the forefront of facilitating this institutional method of learning — all the way to a $22 billion valuation.  But with the accolades, came the woes. As Covid-19 slipped into the rear-view mirror, ugly stories about the edtech's policies came to light. Impossible targets, poor management, and a slew of senior-level exits dominated the headlines. Finally, came the last straw — investors and regulators started asking the tough questions about the company failing to comply with statutory requirements. Growth, it seemed, had come at the cost of governance, like in so many messy startups.  Here’s a curation of original reportage and analysis about Byjus, once India’s most valuable startup.

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