VANCOUVER, March 29, 2017 /CNW/ - Fineqia International Inc. (the "Company" or "Fineqia") (CSE: FNQ) (OTCPink: FNQQF) (Frankfurt: FNQA) today welcomes Rudra Dalmia, former managing director at the Indian subsidiary of Denmark's Saxo Bank A/S, to its board of advisors.
Rudra is a seasoned investment professional with more than 15 years experience in private equity, financial services and investment banking across Asia, Europe and the United States. He was the managing director of Saxo Bank's India entity, Saxo Financial Services Private Limited. As the India MD, Rudra successfully signed India's top financial institutions as Saxo Bank's India partners and institutional clients.
Rudra is an advisor to family offices in Europe & India and a consultant to Swordfish Investments LLP, a private equity fund in London. He manages a non-discretionary capital pool of approximately US$20m in the Indian capital markets for family office clients and also represents them in managing global tenders and acquisitions.
"We are very excited to have person as experienced in the investment industry as Rudra join our advisory board. His experience managing capital pools for a well-established client list will facilitate raising awareness about our platform in the institutional investor and family office communities, among others," said CEO of Fineqia, Bundeep Singh Rangar.
Fineqia's board of advisors and its members are not officers or directors of the company.
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Fineqia's business model is to provide an online platform and associated services for the placement of debt and equity securities, initially in the UK. The platform will transparently highlight the risks and objectively outline opportunities involved. For more information, visit www.fineqia.com.
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