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The social banker

Meera Siva
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Vikram Gandhi, investment banker
Vikram Gandhi, investment banker

Vikram Gandhi believes that one can make profits even out of a social venture

Vikram Gandhi, an investment banker whose career spans two decades with Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley, doesn’t fit in with the stereotypical notion of the Wall Street dealmaker, always on the lookout for the next big deal (and bonus!). Gandhi now splits his time equally between high finance and making a social impact. But isn’t the idea of running a social venture at variance with the notion of...
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