Venkatraman Anantha-Nageswaran

Venkatraman Anantha-Nageswaran

former Adjunct Senior Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies

Dr. V. Anantha-Nageswaran a former Adjunct Senior Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, at Gateway House. He is an affiliated faculty member at the Singapore Management University and is a regular contributor to Mint,  an Indian financial daily, and is a regular commentator on geoeconomics for international media outlets. He co-founded the Aavishkaar India Micro Venture Capital fund, a pioneer in impact investing, and the Takshashila Institute, a public policy think tank and educational institute in Bengaluru. Prior to joining Gateway House, he worked as an independent consultant for six years. He was at Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd., as the Chief Investment Officer and was formerly Head of Research for Asia. Prior to this he worked for Credit Suisse in Switzerland and Singapore, and the Union Bank of Switzerland (now UBS). Dr. Anantha-Nageswaran received his PhD in finance from the University of Massachusetts in 1984 for his work on the empirical behaviour of exchange rates. He has an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (1985). He has co-authored two books, titled Economics of Derivatives (2015) and Can India grow? (2016)

Geoeconomics Studies, International Business, International Finance, International Economics

Last modified: October 26, 2017

Recent projects

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2 October 2017 Gateway House

Be sure of what you want

V. Anantha Nageswaran, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, Gateway House wrote an article for The Mint.

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21 September 2017 Gateway House

China’s economy: can the house of cards hold?

China’s credit-led growth is likely to lead to a fairly severe economic crisis in the next two or three years. Recent research suggests that the current tactics may boost short-term growth, but harm its long-term prospects. Time is running out for the country’s ambitious policy-makers
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12 September 2017

Permanently topped up swamp

V. Anantha Nageswaran, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Geoeconomic Studies, published an article in The Mint

The logo of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is seen on the facade of its headquarters building in Mumbai, March 1, 2017. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade/Files Courtesy: Reuters
24 August 2017 Gateway House

India’s capital markets at 70

India’s equity markets are a success story in the country’s 70th year of independence, and there are two prominent state institutions responsible for this, the Securities and Exchange Board of India and the National Stock Exchange. SEBI has played an extraordinary role in bringing in market efficiency, but as the equity market regulator, it must have the corporate surveillance function as well