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Bijon Pani joins NJ Asset Management as chief investment officer

NEW DELHI: NJ Asset Management Company (AMC), which focusses on issue investing, has appointed Bijon Pani as chief investment officer to spearhead its investments crew.

Pani’s previous work experiences embrace Barclays Capital (London) as an analyst within the credit score lending and derivatives crew, Eden Financial Services (London) as investment analyst for the Global Macro Hedge Fund, and Yati Capital (London) , an investment advisory agency, as advisor – quant methods and asset allocation, the fund home mentioned in an announcement.

“With over a decade of expertise within the monetary and investments house, Pani’s experience lies in creating and leveraging on factor-based fashions, quantitative analysis, and portfolio administration,” it said.

Academically, Pani has to his credit a doctorate in finance from the EDHEC Business School in France, a Master’s in Finance from London Business School, a Master’s in Computer Science from Oxford University and a Bachelor of Engineering from Utkal University, India. He has also been a visiting professor and researcher in Finance at XLRI – Xavier School of Management, India.

Speaking on Pani’s joining, Rajiv Shastri, Director & CEO, said, “We are elated to have Pani aboard. He joins our dynamic team with rich expertise in developing factor-based products. We are convinced that he is a great asset to the team and will be instrumental in guiding our factor-based investing initiatives.”

“Factor investing has proved to be an immensely profitable strategy globally and I’m assured that will probably be the identical in India. As a devoted factor-based asset supervisor, NJ Asset Management is on the forefront of issue investing in India and is an ideal match for anybody captivated with issue investing, like me,” mentioned Pani.

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