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Hunting for value in growth-oriented businesses: Mirae's Neelesh Surana

Neelesh Surana, chief investment officer, Mirae Asset Investment Managers. Surana talks about opportunities that have emerged in growth-oriented business post the time and price correction last year

Neelesh Surana, chief investment officer, Mirae Asset Investment Managers
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Neelesh Surana, chief investment officer, Mirae Asset Investment Managers

Abhishek Kumar Mumbai
Value stocks did well in 2022 due to favourable risk-reward ratio. However, since the run-up has largely corrected the undervaluation, future upside in these stocks will depend on sustainability of earnings, said Neelesh Surana, chief investment officer (CIO), Mirae Asset Investment Managers. Surana told Abhishek Kumar that opportunities have emerged in growth-oriented business, post the time and price correction last year.

You have completed 15 years at Mirae Asset MF. What are your key learnings during the period?

In the last 15 years, we have witnessed many black-swan sort of events. There was a global financial crisis immediately after the

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First Published: Jan 23 2023 | 7:46 PM IST

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