Salil Desai, CA

Salil joins Marcellus from Premji Invest, India’s largest family office by assets
under management, where he spent 6 years as a senior member of the team.

Salil joins Marcellus from Premji Invest, India’s largest family office by assets under management, where he spent 6 years as a senior member of the team that managed ~US$2bn in listed equities. Prior to that, Salil worked for IDFC Securities, a prominent equity brokerage in Mumbai, where he came to be known as one of India’s leading analysts for core economy sectors. Over a career spanning 12 years in equities, he has tracked multiple sectors, including industrials, infrastructure, utilities, insurance, cement, metals and logistics.

 

Qualifications: Salil is a Chartered Accountant and a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management from NMIMS, Mumbai. He completed his graduation in Commerce from Mumbai University

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