India - Q&A: Arpit Agarwal - New markets in Mumbai

Arpit Agarwal is a veteran of private banking in India. He recently left ICICI Bank to head Dawnay Day Group's new joint venture. Paul Lyon asks him about his experiences of structured products in the country


Arpit Agarwal has conceived, launched and built sizeable private banking businesses in India for DSP Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas and ICICI Bank and has hands-on experience with high-net-worth Indian resident and non-resident clients globally.

He is now chief executive of Dawnay Day AV Financial Services (DDAV), the Indian joint venture of UK-based Dawnay Day Group and Alok Vajpeyi in Mumbai, India. The new firm's Indian operations will cover wealth management, stockbroking, retail distribution

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