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Top-down approach to leadership increasingly becoming bankrupt: Hal Gregersen

The coronavirus pandemic has placed extraordinary demands on leaders in business and beyond. The massive scale of the outbreak and its sheer unpredictability is making it challenging for executives to respond. In this latest dispatch of understanding the future better, we speak with Hal Gregersen, Executive Director of the MIT Leadership Center and a Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Innovation at the MIT Sloan School of Management Gregersen has co-authored ten books and published over 50 articles, book chapters, and cases on leading innovation and change. He is also the winner of the Thinkers50 2017 Leadership award. In a free wheeling chat, Gregersen opens up on how leaders should operate in a post Covid world. Watch the video for more.

Feroze Azeez
Feroze Azeez

Gold rush: Anand Rathi’s Feroze Azeez advises investors to consider 3 things

Feroze Azeez, Deputy CEO AnandRathi Private Wealth Management joined the latest edition of Mint Money Conversation to discuss whether it is prudent for investors to continue investing in gold. Azeez spoke on the three things an investor should consider before investing into gold. Gold has delivered a return of over 25% over the past year and has led to higher investments in gold. Watch the full video to find out Azeez’s advice for gold investors

AMC
AMC

Natural response to rate cuts: Quantum AMC's Chirag Mehta on gold rally

Chirag Mehta, Senior Fund Manager, Alternative Investments, Quantum AMC joined the latest edition of Mint Money Conversation to discuss whether it is prudent for investors to continue investing in gold. Gold has delivered a return of over 25% over the past year and has led to higher investments in gold. However, the question remains, is it safe to assume that the gold rally continue? Watch the full video to find out what Chirag Mehta had to say on the ‘gold rush’

World Gold Council’s Somasundaram PR
World Gold Council’s Somasundaram PR

Will the gold rally continue? World Gold Council’s Somasundaram PR answers

Somasundaram PR, MD, India, World Gold Council joined the latest edition of Mint Money Conversation to discuss whether it is prudent for investors to continue investing in gold. Gold has delivered a return of over 25% over the past year and has led to higher investments in gold. However, the question remains, is it safe to assume that the gold rally continue? Watch the full video to find out what Somasundaram PR had to say on the ‘gold rush’.

Mint Money Conversation
Mint Money Conversation

Mint Money Conversation: Should you give into the gold rush now?

In today’s episode of Mint Money Conversation, our panelists, Chirag Mehta, Senior Fund Manager, Alternative Investments, Quantum AMC, Feroze Azeez, Deputy CEO AnandRathi Private Wealth Management,Gaurav Rastogi, Founder & CEO, Kuvera.inand Somasundaram PR, MD, India, World Gold Council, will give an insight on if it makes sense for investors to invest in gold now given the recent rally in the prices of the yellow metal.

DBS Bank's Senior VP and Head Investments and Forex Business, Asheesh Jain
DBS Bank's Senior VP and Head Investments and Forex Business, Asheesh Jain

'Growth and value investments are complementary': DBS Bank's Asheesh Jain

DBS Bank's Senior VP and Head Investments and Forex Business, Asheesh Jain spoke at the Mint Money Conversation about equity mutual funds post Covid-19 pandemic. Speaking on growth investing or value investing, Jain said that the two are complementary to each other. He also spoke on the impact of SEBI's circular on multi-cap funds on markets. Watch the full video for more.

Mint Money Conversation
Mint Money Conversation

SEBI's circular won’t change our investment approach: PPFAS Mutual Fund’s CIO

PPFAS Mutual Fund's CIO, Rajeev Thakkar spoke at the Mint Money Conversation about equity mutual funds post Covid-19 pandemic. Speaking on the impact of SEBI's circular on multi-cap funds on markets, Thakkar said that the move will not change their investment approach. He also spoke on the impact of US election results on the Indian market. Watch the full video for more

ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund's Mrinal Singh.
Money with Monika
Money with Monika

Money With Monika l How to avoid behavioural biases while investing

While neo-classical economics postulates that individuals are inherently efficient, when it comes to investing, pragmatism and logic are often overshadowed by what is referred to as behavioural biases. These biases push investors towards making errors by making them take decisions based on impulse and perception rather than factual analysis. Some common biases include loss aversion bias, personalization bias and herd mentality. Watch this episode of Money With Monika Season 3 to understand how these behavioural biases work and how one can rein them in.

Axis Mutual Funds' Jinesh Gopani  (Mint)
Watch Episode 13 of Money With Monika Season 3 on October 16 for answers.
Watch Episode 13 of Money With Monika Season 3 on October 16 for answers.

Coming soon: Reining in behavioural biases when investing | Money With Monika

When it comes to money matters like investing, cold logic doesn't usually dictate people's decisions, contrary to what neo-classical economics suggested. In the real world, emotional reactions called behavioural biases affect investment decisions, and by extension, can cause errors. So how can you rein in these biases to reduce chances of getting mired in an avoidable situation? Watch Episode 13 of Money With Monika Season 3 on October 16 for answers. Monika Halan is consulting editor, Mint, and author of the book 'Let's Talk Money'.

Avendus Wealth Management’s MD & CEO Nitin Singh
Avendus Wealth Management’s MD & CEO Nitin Singh

‘Mutual funds continue to do better on post-tax basis’: Avendus’ Nitin Singh

Avendus Wealth Management’s MD & CEO Nitin Singh participated in the Mint Money Conversation. He spoke on the difference between investing in mutual funds and PPF or NSC. Singh said that when one is looking at a large sum of money, mutual funds continue to do better on a post-tax basis. Singh also spoke on the dilemma in front of Indian savers at present and added that the tenure of investment is very important in making the right choice. Watch the full video for all the details.

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced measures to boost demand and give a fillip to consumer spending
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced measures to boost demand and give a fillip to consumer spending

36,000 crore: Govt moves to boost consumer spending ahead of festive season

Amid an economic slowdown exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic and the consequent lockdown, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced measures to boost demand and give a fillip to consumer spending. The two-pronged approach on consumer spending involves usage of leave travel allowance given to government employees for purchase of goods, and the revival of the special festival advance scheme for them. The additional generation of consumer spending is estimated to be around 36,000 crore. Sitharaman said that this was a conservative estimate. In the initial months of the pandemic, the Union government had announced schemes aimed at the supply side, but now the focus has shifted to the demand dimension. Watch the full video for more.

DSP's Saurabh Bhatia
Innovative Indian agri-tech start-ups are providing balance to the agricultural ecosystem by maximizing productivity, increasing supply chain efficiency
Innovative Indian agri-tech start-ups are providing balance to the agricultural ecosystem by maximizing productivity, increasing supply chain efficiency

#Mint Startup Diaries: It's a perfect storm for agri-tech startups, say experts

The backbone of the Indian Economy, the Agricultural sector, a sector which has not necessarily got so much investors love in the past, seems to be catching up fast due to its unprecedented growth amid the COVID-19 crisis. Innovative Indian Agri-tech start-ups are joining the game and providing balance to the agricultural ecosystem by maximizing productivity, increasing supply chain efficiency and, and improving market linkage. Initiatives like ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, digital access to farmers, overarching reforms, and government support has empowered the farmer by giving him access to information, inputs, and financial support. Estimates for June quarter reported a contraction of 23.9 per cent in national GDP, but agriculture was the only sector to have reported positive growth. In this dispatch of Mint startup diaries we do a deep decode on opportunities, challenges and new frontiers emerging in the agri space. Watch the video for more.

IDFC Asset management’s fund manager Anurag Mittal
IDFC Asset management’s fund manager Anurag Mittal

‘Not the right time to get into credit’: IDFC Asset Management’s Anurag Mittal

IDFC Asset management’s fund manager Anurag Mittal spoke at the Mint Money Conversation about credit risk amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Mittal said, “It will take a lot of time for economic activities to stabilize back to pre-Covid levels. So this is absolutely not the right time to get into credit. This is the time for preservation of Capital.” Watch the full video for more.

Adheer Dhar, Clix Capital’s Business Head for Personal loans
Adheer Dhar, Clix Capital’s Business Head for Personal loans

'Retail demand & digitsation of banks': Clix Capital’s Adheer Dhar explains

Adheer Dhar, Clix Capital’s Business Head for Personal loans, explains how digitization was ‘forced’ on larger and even smaller banks during the pandemic. Speaking during Mint Money Conversation, Dhar explains why he expects retail demand to go up in the festive season. Dhar also explains how lending has changed during the pandemic. Watch the full video for more details.

Anshul Swami, Head Retail Inclusion and Rural Products, RBL Bank
Anshul Swami, Head Retail Inclusion and Rural Products, RBL Bank

Watch: RBL Bank's Anshul Swami on impact of loan restructuring on borrowers

Anshul Swami, Head Retail Inclusion and Rural Products, RBL Bank spoke at the Mint Money Conversation on the impact of loan restructuring on borrowers. He explained if the restructuring would affect the credit scores of borrowers. Swami also spoke on his expectations from the upcoming festive season. Watch the full video for all the details.

BankBazaar Founder and CEO Adhil Shetty
Money with Monika
Money with Monika

Money With Monika | Funds that trade like stocks: Are ETFs right for you?

  • From 7,000 crore to 2 lakh crore - that is how the asset base of exchange-traded funds in India has grown over the last 5 years. ETFs are a kind of mutual fund, but with one big difference - as the name suggests, they are listed on exchanges and are traded like stocks. They are passive funds, i.e. they mimic an index, and a fund manager doesn't actively choose the constituent stocks. Although ETFs are traditionally cheaper than their non-listed counterparts, retail participation in this category remains subdued, although there is growing interest. Watch this episode of Money with Monika Season 3 to know more. Monika Halan is consulting editor, Mint, and author of the book 'Let's Talk Money'.

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