Head - Estate Planning
Girish spearheads the estate planning at IIFL Investment Adviser & Trustee Services Ltd. (part of IIFL Wealth & Asset Management), with specific focus on ultra-HNI clients. He has over two decades of experience in the financial services industry across asset management and wealth management.
He has been actively involved in building this business which is now one of the leaders in India. Earlier, Girish was associated with DSP Merrill Lynch Mutual Fund since 2002, where he was most recently the Head of Sales, Portfolio Management Services. He has also been Head of the Southern Region as well as of Products and New Initiatives.
His prior engagements have been with Deutsche Bank, ANZ Grindlays Bank and Kotak Group.
Girish is a qualified Cost Accountant from the Institute of Cost and Works Acco¬¬untants of India (ICWAI).
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