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Kotak Investment Advisors raises $500 million for $1 billion real estate fund

Kotak Investment Advisors Ltd (KIAL) said it has so far raised, managed or advised over $3.3 billion under its real estate fund series.

Kotak Investment Advisors Ltd., backed by Asia’s richest banker Uday Kotak, is raising about $1 billion for a new fund dedicated to investing in India’s residential real estate. (Image for representation)
Kotak Investment Advisors Ltd., backed by Asia’s richest banker Uday Kotak, is raising about $1 billion for a new fund dedicated to investing in India’s residential real estate. (Image for representation)
Updated on Nov 15, 2022 02:02 PM IST

Uday Kotak's son not in race to lead Kotak Mahindra Bank, says lender

“Jay is still young. He will have to work his way up on merit,” KVS Manian, the firm’s whole-time director said.

Uday Kotak, billionaire and chairman of Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd., will transition from his chief executive position by the end of next year.(Simon Dawson/Bloomberg)
Uday Kotak, billionaire and chairman of Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd., will transition from his chief executive position by the end of next year.(Simon Dawson/Bloomberg)
Published on Nov 15, 2022 01:31 PM IST

Interview: Uday Kotak says Indian economy needs fiscal support to grow

The opening-up of the economy will depend on the progress of vaccination, peak capacity of supplies, and the ability to make Indians understand that precaution is essential, the outgoing president of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Uday Kotak, said in an interview with Mint.

All that the bank needs to do it is ensure it has enough capital and set aside provisioning charge for restructuring or moratorium, the CII President told Mint. (MINT_PRINT)
All that the bank needs to do it is ensure it has enough capital and set aside provisioning charge for restructuring or moratorium, the CII President told Mint. (MINT_PRINT)
Updated on May 27, 2021 05:01 AM IST

RBI balance sheet expansion needed to fight virus: Uday Kotak

Uday Kotak believes that the nation must be ready to curtail non-essential economic activity, perhaps restricting it to essentials such as movement of oxygen, production and distribution of drugs, and activities to create more hospitals.

“Ultimately, the loss of livelihood also leads to loss of lives,” said Uday Kotak(MINT_PRINT)
“Ultimately, the loss of livelihood also leads to loss of lives,” said Uday Kotak(MINT_PRINT)
Published on May 04, 2021 01:17 AM IST
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