Position - Senior Professor, SBM, NMIMS
Phone - (022) 4235-5555
Email - Ranjan.Chakravarty@nmims.edu
Omicron Delta Epsilon, International Honor society in Economics.
Ranked second in Bombay University in BA (Hons.) Examination and first in St. Xavier's College
Corporate Finance, Commodity Markets
Research Consultant, National University of Singapore Business School, Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments (CAMRI), Singapore, August 2015 - Present
CEO, Training and Big Data venture, Singapore, May 2014 – July 2015 Chief Risk Officer, Singapore Mercantile Exchange (SMX) and Clearing Corporation (SMXCC), Singapore, Aug 2011 – April 2014
Head, Risk, Research and Product Development, Multi Commodities Exchange Stock Exchange (MCX-SX), Mumbai, India, June 2009 – June 2011
Head of Strategy and Products, Multi Commodities Exchange Credit Market Services Limited (CMSL), Mumbai, India, June 2007 – June 2009
Co-Founder and CEO, Orthien Consulting Pte Ltd, Singapore, Sept 2005 – May 2007
Managing Director and Head, Global Capital Markets Business Unit Control, Development Bank of Singapore (DBS Bank), Singapore, July 2004 – August 2005
Private Investor, Singapore, March 2002 – June 2004
Managing Director and Head of Risk Management, Asia Pacific, Hypovereinsbank Group, Singapore, May 1999 – March 2002
Senior Vice President - Risk Management, GE Capital - Capital Markets Services, Stamford, Connecticut, U.S.A., Nov1997 - April 1999
Vice President - Global Financial Risk Management, Bank of Boston, Boston, MA, U.S.A., Nov 1995 - Nov 1997
Associate, Global Risk Management, Bankers Trust, New York, NY, U.S.A., April 1994 –Oct 1995
FX Trader, Millennium Partners, New York, NY, U.S.A., Apr 1993 – March 1994
“Non-Walrasian market microstructure: theory and tests.”
Chakravarty, R., D.G. Praveen (2012). Exchange traded currency derivatives markets in India: the road ahead. Macroeconomics and Markets in India: Good Luck or Good Policy? (vol. Chapter 9, pp. pp 110-117). New York: Routledge.
Chakravarty, R. (2011). Alternative Investment Market: An Indian Exchange Perspective. FICCI Banking and Finance Digest (Issue No. 5 ed., vol. Chapter 3, pp. pp.7-11.). Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
F.H.B. Harris, T.H. McInish and R.R. Chakravarty, (1995) “Bids and Asks in Disequilibrium Market Microstructure”, Journal of Banking and Finance (Elsevier), Vol 19, no. 2, pp 323-345.
F. Huq, Z. Huq, R. R. Chakravarty, M. Z. Shariff, (1996) “The demand for public goods in India: an empirical test of Wagner's Law.” Ciencia Ergo Sum (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México), vol 3, no. 1, pp. 19-24.
Chakravarty, R. R., and D.G. Praveen, (2010) “Exchange traded currency derivatives markets in India: the road ahead”, Macroeconomics and Finance in Emerging Market Economies (Routledge), Vol. 3, no. 1, pp, 139-146.
Chakravarty, R.R., Benefits of Trading in Exchange Traded Futures, MCX Stock Exchange, Mumbai, India, January 2011.
Chakravarty, R.R., et al, Indian Equity Investor Survey 2010, with A. C. Nielsen Company, MCX Stock Exchange, Mumbai, India, October 2010.
Chakravarty, R. (2016). S'pore as the global hub for infrastructure finance. The Business Times, Singapore, Singapore Press Holdings Ltd..
“The state of the asset management industry in Asia; seeking relevance in a shrinking sandbox II” (working title), Asia Asset Management, forthcoming.
Chakravarty, R.R., and J.C. Cherian, “Infrastructure finance: the case for Singapore,” The EDGE Business Weekly, Singapore, forthcoming.
Chakravarty, R.R., and J.C. Cherian, “Asia’s Resilience Will See it Through Euro Crisis”, June 5, 2012 in China Daily Weekly, Hong Kong, July 5, 2012, TODAY (Online and Print), Singapore, July 5, 2012, The Malaysian Insider, Kuala Lumpur.
“Project finance: the economics and finance of public private partnerships: The Malaysia north south highway project”, Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments (CAMRI) Case Study, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. Forthcoming.
“Project finance: the economics and finance of public private partnerships: The Malaysia north south highway project”, Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments (CAMRI) Case Teaching Note, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. Forthcoming.
“Corporate finance: Singapore International Airlines dividend policy”, Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments (CAMRI) Case Teaching Note, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore, forthcoming.