Dr. V. Anantha-Nageswaran was born in Chennai in 1963. He graduated with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (MBA) from the internationally reputed Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad in 1983.
He obtained a doctoral degree in Finance from the University of Massachusetts in 1994 for his work on the empirical behaviour of exchange rates.
Between 1994 and 2004, he worked for Union Bank of Switzerland (now UBS) and Credit Suisse in Switzerland and in Singapore.
In July 2006, he joined Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd. in Singapore as the Head of Research for Asia. In March 2009, he was appointed as the Chief Investment Officer for the bank.
He is an angel investor in many start-up companies in India. He was one of the founders of Aavishkaar India Micro Venture Capital Fund.
He is one of the Directors of the NPS Indian International School in Singapore. He is also on the Board of Bharatiya Samruddhi Finance Limited (a Microfinance Institution), Kerala First Health Services (Ayurved health care) and Aparajitha Corporate Services (end-to-end HR solutions)
He teaches International Finance to MBA students in Singapore and in India. He is member of the advisory board of the Centre for Emerging Market Solutions (CEMS) at the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad, India.
He is one of the founders and Trustees of the Takshashila Institution (a networked virtual non-partisan think-tank contributing to India’s public policy discourse)
He writes a weekly column for MINT, an Indian financial daily on Tuesdays (www.livemint.com). MINT is published in collaboration with Wall Street Journal. He is a frequent guest at all the major international television networks.
Recent Blog Posts by Anantha Nageswaran
- Chinese Buyers Defer and Default
- India on a Roll?
- India: Drama of the Outlook Downgrade
- Gavyn Davies ‘Fails’ the CFA Test
- Rational Markets
- Innovation, RIP
- Why This Kolaveri, Di?
- Central Banks: Contrasts in Asia-Pacific
- BoJ Joins the Race
- ‘Power’less in India
- The Korean Shocker
- The Indian Churn
- Mindboggling Nonsense
- RBI’s CRR Cut
- No Matter How You Slice It, It Is Good
- Uneasy Davies
- India: Conflation and clarity
- The Euro Again
- Shekhar Gupta Spots Recession in India
- No Lost Decade for S&P 500?!
- Month-End Lipstick Effect
- The Fear of the Printing Press
- What They Do Not Teach You at Princeton
- India: A (WTF) Downgrade
- India: Backdoor Monetization
- Burying India
- Just Wondering
- Martin to Mario
- Thomas Sargent
- America vs. Eurasia
- Production or Distribution
- Vignettes from RBI Annual Report 2010-11
- Lazy Suggestions
- Another Chapter in Competitive Debasement
- Issing Is Unhappy
- Miller’s Faulty Brew
- Glass Houses and Other Links
- India: Pegging Back
- U.S. Debt Default
- The Math Is Wrong
- Calvinball and Other Links
- What if Stimulus Does Not Work?
- Supply and Prices Rise!
- The Hellenic Noise
- Rejoinder to Jamie Dimon
- Europe – Till Death Do Us Apart?
- Macro Marbles
- Roubini in Singapore
- Irrationally Rational
- Not Pre-Ordained
- Bernanke Bats for Banks and Reading Links
- Capitalism 4.0
- Cost of Capital in China
- Poverty Economics
- Legitimate Complaint
- China: The Triple Trillionaire
- Reading Links
- Finance and Inequality
- ‘Exorbitant Privilege’ to Continue
- Currency Devaluation and Domestic Demand
- ‘What a Way to Run a Country’
- Is This the Dark Matter…?
- Why Did Economists Miss the Crisis?
- Had I Been in Davos…
- Bark Sharper than the Bite