Ajay Bhat's Profile:
Senior Corporate professional with over 27 years of experience in Corporate Finance, Business and Financial restructuring in diverse industries like Pharma, Steel, Power and automobiles. Wide experience in fund mobilization in domestic and International Markets. Dealt with large PE and Fund houses, widely travelled across the Globe.
Has been Group CFO of Monnet Group; comprising Monnet Ispat and others. Experience of Strategic Finance and Operational management in Monnet Ispat and other large corporates. Handled complex financial restructuring for a large company in Automobiles sector.
A Chartered Accountant and a management Grade from IIM and attended programs of premier Institutes like Harvard and ISB possesses solid leadership qualities and strategic view with strong commercial acumen.
Latest Blog Posts:
Life was normal until a few weeks back, the world, as usual, was moving with a frenetic pace doing what is driving the survival of humanity. Curiously no one has time in this world to think how others live, everyone is lost in his or her priorities. We could have never imagined that we are …read more
With the beginning of reforms in 90’s which spelled bull run in the stock markets, budding & existing entrepreneurs sensed the opportunity of nurturing their dreams of creating & expanding the businesses which made sense given the domestic demand & supply realities that time. Imports were still under heavy control however the risk of Imports was far less …read more
A ritual of issuing manifestos precedes democratic process in India to elect State & Central Governments. Manifestos otherwise are important piece of declaration about the agenda of political parties they propose to fulfill if voted to power. That we all know, but the promises made mainly by mainstream political parties have become longer in content …read more
Demonetisation was an innovative decision but it was least needed to serve the objective underlying its implementation. However it is well realised that it was an economic decision taken with political objectives. History is witness to negative fallout of economic decisions taken to serve political motives. In my opinion the timing of demonetisation was chosen …read more
Conceptually Management & leadership are two different sides of the same coin. All executives are managers, in fact all employees may classified as managers for the assigned task & responsibility but in essence only the executives working in top positions are genuinely defined as the, management of the company. Among the top management the Leaders …read more
India started liberalizing economy after 1991, in a meaningful way, the results of the reforms were evident by turn of the century when India joined global nations in the economic boom from 2003 onwards. India witnessed a phenomenal growth for the next few years till the globe was hit by unprecedented financial crises but India …read more
Last few years have been predominantly thickly overcast with problems of non-performing assets in the banking system. It’s not that the NPA is a new development or has been a fresh news, NPA’s are synonymous with lending business globally so are they in India as well but the magnitude & size of NPA’s in India …read more
The impairment of assets to the tune of Rs. 28000 crores or USD 4 billion by Tata Motors in Jaguar, Land Rover Unit manifests aggressive call taken by Tata Motors at the time of acquisition of Jaguar. Impairment of asset is nothing but over capitalized balance sheet and the value of impairment reflects the value …read more