Arun is one of the founders of ValueNotes. Apart from trying to build a high-quality research business, he has spent the last 27 years researching, analyzing, and dissecting companies and industries. He has worked with clients of all shapes and sizes, from all parts of the world – in providing them insights that make a difference to their business.
Prior to ValueNotes, he was an equity analyst/advisor, and wrote extensively on investing – including a column titled “Value for Money” which ran for 10 years in the Sunday edition of the Economic Times. To this day, he remains an avid “value” investor.
He has also been published in several other publications, and is a regular speaker at events related to technology, investing, competitive intelligence, business process management, Internet, etc. See: Valuenotes Events
He has been instrumental in developing a community of research and intelligence professionals in India, and is the founder and current chairman of the SCIP (India) Chapter.
Arun holds a B Tech from IIT, Bombay and an MS from Duke University, NC, USA.
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The unfolding saga of the fraud by Citibank India employee, Shivraj Puri, is, like all such scams, both sordid and unbelievable. All frauds are sordid, so let's focus on the unbelievable.
As expected, investor ire and media attention are being focused... Read More.
The Competition Commission of India can now choose to scrutinize all external communication of individual employees, particularly in companies that are dominant in their markets. What does this mean for the CI analyst?
The Competition Act 2002 in India (CA02) is... Read More.