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R Venkataramanan quits Ratan Tata's investment arm RNT Associates

A Tata group insider said Venkat was instrumental in making some marquee investments in Indian start-ups on behalf of RNT Associates

Former Tata Trusts managing trustee  R Venkataramanan was instrumental in making some marquee investments in start-ups on behalf of RNT Associates
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Former Tata Trusts managing trustee R Venkataramanan was instrumental in making some marquee investments in start-ups on behalf of RNT Associates

Dev Chatterjee Mumbai
R Venkataramanan, the former managing trustee of Tata Trusts, has resigned from RNT Associates Private Limited, the personal investment vehicle of Tata group patriarch Ratan Tata.

According to a Ministry of Corporate Affairs filing, Venkataramanan quit the firm as director on March 29. Since 2014, RNT Associates, along with UC-RNT Fund, has been investing in a series of new-age companies in India and overseas. It was also one of the early investors in companies like cab aggregator Ola and online retailer Snapdeal, as per Paper.vc.

A Tata group insider said Venkat, as Venkataramanan

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First Published: Apr 20 2019 | 1:22 AM IST

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