Shridhar Narayan | Group Director And Chief Investments And Strategy Officer
Hiranandani Group | India

Shridhar Narayan, Group Director And Chief Investments And Strategy Officer, Hiranandani Group

As the Group Director & Advisor of Hiranandani Group, he drives the Business Strategy & Re-engineering; Operations; and Business development functions, apart from being its Chief Investment & Strategy Officer taking care of Investments/Divestments & M & A. across business verticals of Real estate, Infrastructure/Utilities, Industrial & Logistics parks and Energy. 

Prior to Hiranandani Group, Mr. N Shridhar, was the Group director & CEO of a large entity operating in the Hospitality and Real estate sector. This group has operating hotels such as the Le Meridian, Grand Hyatt and Hilton and other hotels under development, totaling to an inventory of close to 1500 rooms in India. Mr Shridhar was running the businesses as CEO & Group Director (Business Strategy & Finance). During his tenure he commissioned a new hotel, the Grand Hyatt at Goa. He left the group and took a sabbatical and went to the US in May 2012. 

Prior to this, he was the Group CFO of “Future Capital Holdings Ltd.”, the capital arm of Future Group having interests in investment advisory services for funds close to $ 1Billion focusing on investing in firms operating in consumer space, modern retail led real estate and mixed use hospitality development. The NBFC Company was organized in 3 main business verticals – Alternate Asset Management Platform, Retail Financial Services (Products & Distribution) and Wholesale & Corporate Lending. He was on the board of the various subsidiaries managing the different verticals & subsidiaries / JV’s and portfolio companies; mentoring them on business strategy and operational excellence. He successfully completed the IPO for the company raising Rs.500 crores with 10 % dilution in about 21 months from the setting up of the company. 


REIW Asia 2017 day 2 @ 12:10

Asia Pacific REIT markets: What are the opportunities and where are the returns?

  • What are the developments and progress in the Asia Pacific REIT Markets – Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand etc.?
  • How have they performed - before, during and after the Global Financial Crises and what are the lessons learned?
  • What are the relative attractiveness of the various REIT markets in the Asia Pacific Countries, and how do developing/emerging markets stack up against established core markets in terms of investment potential?
  • We’ve recently seen the launch of both the first ETF with a focus on Asia Pacific REITs and the new SGX index tracking 30 Asia-Pacific REIT. What was the rationale behind launching this award-winning, innovative ETF?
  • What can we expect in terms of new ETF launches focusing on REITs and the accompanying index methodologies, and what is the outlook for these in emerging markets?
last published: 30/Sep/19 03:05 GMT

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