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AI, automation to be next disruptions for Indian businesses

The Economic Times, Aug 14, 2017

Indian business landscape is likely to be influenced by trends like artificial intelligence, automation and digital currencies in the second half of this year, says a report. The Sanctum Wealth Management’s Mid-Year Investment Outlook report for 2017, which identified key trends that are likely to influence asset allocation decisions, noted that companies with disruptive leadership…

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Passing on the business baton

Millionaireasia India, Aug 4, 2017

This article is attributed to Prateek Pant, Head of Products & Solutions at Sanctum Wealth Management Succession planning among corporates in India is a passionate debate today, thanks to several interrelated developments in recent times. The recent regulatory compulsion by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Regulation 17(4)) requires Indian corporates to formally discuss…

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Shiv Gupta on Sanctum’s one year journey, losing the multinational tag, retaining top employees, and more

Livemint, Jul 26, 2017

By Kayezad E. Adajania The entry—as well exits—of financial advisers and distributors is not new in India. But when Sanctum Wealth Management was launched around April 2016, it was a unique case. Royal Bank of Scotland had put its wealth management arm for sale and the team that used to manage RBS’s wealth management division,…

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Markets likely to remain volatile in the short term

The Hindu Business Line, Jul 7, 2017

By Priya Kansara Sunil Sharma, CIO, Sanctum Wealth Management Earnings will be impacted by GST as many firms chose to put off purchase decisions While Indian equity markets certainly look stretched at higher levels, foreign institutional investors have little choice but to invest in emerging markets such as India, according to Sunil Sharma, Chief Investment…

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