Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Saurabh Tripathi

"Tomorrow we are releasing a report on 'Value Creation in Indian Banking' which analyses the trends in the banking, and non-banking financial services. A key finding is that Indian banking tops the chart in value creation in the world and also among the BRIC countries. This, despite the steepest correction in the first quarter of this year. An alarming finding is that the gap between the P/E multiples of the private sector and the public sector has been widening. We term it 'the business model discount'. This has interesting implications for the government. For instance, even keeping aside the privatisation debate, a change in business model, organisational design, and a few other parameters could lead to increase in valuation, and make it much easier to handle the capital constraints of PSBs without losing the public sector character."
Saurabh Tripathi, Partner and Director, The Boston Consulting Group, Mumbai
June 4, over lunch

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Saurabh Tripathi is Partner & Director at the Mumbai office of The Boston Consulting Group. He specializes in corporate finance, banking and financial services. During almost a decade long consulting career, Saurabh has worked in India, Europe and Sri Lanka. In India, he has worked with private banks, multi national banks, public sector banks, NBFCs, and insurance companies. He has led several transformative programmes for public sector banks and business build projects for NBFCs and private and MNC banks. Saurabh frequently authors articles in the press on contemporary issues of policy implications and strategic relevance in financial services industry. He also co-authors several annual BCG reports on banking and value creation in India.


Saurabh was educated at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur in electronics engineering and at Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.

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