Earlier in the previous week, Goldman Sachs, a Global investment bank giant announced that it has appointed Prachi Mishra as its managing director and chief India economist.
In her previous jobs, Mishra has held the role of head of the Strategic Research Unit at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) following her stint as a senior economist at both the Government of India’s Ministry of Finance as well as at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Before joining the Global Investment Bank, Mishra was the deputy division chief of the Western Hemisphere Department at the IMF.
In a statement, Goldman Sachs announced that Prachi Mishra will be based in the state of Mumbai, India.
Her accolades involve, Mishra attaining her Masters and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Delhi, in addition to her earning a Ph.D. and an M.Phil in Economics from Columbia University.
The Goldman Sachs Group, Headquarters in New York owns a securities and investment management firm that offers a wide range of financial services to a diversified and substantial client base which includes financial institutions corporations, individuals, and governments.
Goldman Sachs has been a very active investor in India, infusing almost $3.4 billion in the capital since the year 2006, it has been serving clients in the Asian country since the early 1990s.