Hemendra Kothari is one among the few in the Indian financial sector who
has seen it all - from the earliest stages of state control in the late 60s to free markets and the globally integrated economy of today. In between, he built
the family brokerage business from virtually nothing to one of the best Indian names. He soldiered through the frustrating 70s, was one of the earliest to look abroad in the 80s, stayed the course in the stagnant ‘90s when many others fell by" />
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