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zerodha | Climate Change | renewable energy

Yuvraj Malik  |  New Delhi 



Nithin Kamath, co-founder CEO, Zerodha (left), and Sameer Shisodia, CEO, Rainmatter Foundation
Nithin Kamath, co-founder CEO, Zerodha (left), and Sameer Shisodia, CEO, Rainmatter Foundation

The Kamath brothers, Nithin and Nikhil, are storied business elite. Their firm has catapulted to become the largest stock broking platform, going past traditional brokers such as ICICI or IIFL. The Kamaths are now top of the list of self-made billionaires with a combined wealth of Rs 24,000 crore, all from a business that has never raised external capital.

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First Published: Tue, January 12 2021. 17:59 IST

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