Have you heard of the famous saying `Leaders are made, not born overnight'? The transformation from a mere student into a well-versed leader is no piece of cake for anyone. It takes volumes of perseverance, grit, determination, and most importantly passion to stand-out amidst the crowd as a successful business leader.
In finance, as career level rises, female representation has showcased a significant presence over the last few years. In India, several successful women professionals are playing critical roles in shaping the country’s financial sector. Vaishali Dhankani, the Founder & CEO of Analah Capital, believes that women tend to be better in multitasking and are more honest and ethical in their approach. In her vision, they are calculated risk-takers with foresightedness and are less prone to over-confidence. Vaishali has a positive outlook to amplify the operations of Analah Group across global platforms. It was initially a team of professionals in MBA & Chartered Accountants having niche experience in Pre IPO and Unlisted Markets which set the ball rolling for Analah Capital, later diversifying into a Platform for Global Private Equity and Real Estate Opportunities. At Analah Capital, Philanthropy means giving financial independence to our Investors and Partners.
"At Analah, we believe our values shape and define the culture of our company. Our values serve the foundation on how we work with our Investors & Partners and make our business decisions".
In a brief conversation with CEO Insights, Vaishali Dhankani talks about her role in establishing Analah Capital and how she perceives the markets. To read the full article, visit: