FOREIGN BUSINESS GROUPS
Coinmen is probably the only mid-tier firm which can boast of supporting its foreign clients especially from South East Asia with foreign groups at one place. Coinmen has a Japan Group (led by Mr. Kenichi Tanaka) and China Group (through its trusted associate Draphant Consultants).
These groups act as a perfect bridge between Coinmen and its client and ensure that any important/unimportant conversation is not miscommunicated, whether in verbal or written manner. More importantly, these groups also ensure that Coinmen understands the culture of respective countries, respects the same and tries to align Indian business environment with foreign countries business cultural requirements.
JAPAN BUSINESS GROUP
Kenichi Tanaka is a Japanese entrepreneur who leads this group and has been working in India, since 2012. He is on a mission to contribute in India and Japan. Through training & development in specific cultural nuances and communications, between the Japanese who work in India...Read More Contact Us
CHINA BUSINESS GROUP
Draphant Consultants is a consulting organisation, which assists Chinese companies coming to invest/conduct business in India. Coinmen and Draphant engage with each other for the Chinese business community. Draphant was set up by Mr. Li Jian, a hindi speaking Chinese national. Li is a...Read More Contact Us
THE SPANISH GROUP
Berta has been working in India since 2013. Berta is an engineer and has been working with a large Spanish construction company prior to collaborating with Coinmen. Berta believes that with her experience of working India, she acts as a bridge between India and Spanish culture and language to...Read More Contact Us
THE KOREA GROUP
Managed by Jongsoo Lee, our Korea Business Group is making distinct strides in bridging Korean and Indian business opportunities. Qualified in Korean Literature, Jongsoo brings with him a rich experience from KOTRA, and hence a deep understanding of Korean business...Read More Contact Us
We appreciate that your Finances are of utmost importance to you. When it comes to money, it always pays to be on strong footing. Our understanding of the Client needs along with our commercial experience and vast network in funding community ensures that YOU get nothing but the Best. In summary, we understand the business need for consolidation and value maximization.
We are also a joint venture with Novistra Capital, a New York based boutique advisory firm that partners with business owners and management teams to provide global investment banking services. And this joint venture was formed to expand COINMEN's service offerings in India and render services relevant to private equity and capital raise.
We know and we believe that no one is perfect and we should keep raising the bar to improve at all times. Hence, we have been lucky to find able support from industry experts and experienced professional. At Coinmen, we continuously seek support and guidance from our esteemed board members. Brief profile is as under:
He is a Chartered Accountant and a Law Graduate. He joined Ernst & Young's member firm in India. He became a partner in 1996 and was a Senior Partner in Ernst & Young's Tax Practice, till June 2012. In a career spanning to 23 years, Amitabh held numerous leadership positions and had worked in diverse areas of taxation and advisory services. He has also served as the head of the firm's Governance Council and represented the firm at the regional and global councils in that capacity. As Tax Partner, he led a cross-functional team tasked with the drafting of VAT laws for Delhi, and training the officers of the Government of Delhi on implementation of VAT. He has been the relationship partner on many key global clients like American Express, BMW, SAP, IBM, Coca Cola, to name a few. He retired early from Ernst & Young India only to pursue his interests in education and training; mentoring and governance.
He had been the CEO, State Bank of India. A Former CEO, State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur. And an ex CEO, State Bank of India (International), Mauritius. Plus, after a career spanning to almost forty years in the Indian banking, Sanjay Bhattacharya retired in 2010 as the Managing Director of State Bank of India, India's largest bank, by deposits. Prior to that, he held the top post at the State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, where he oversaw a 60% increase in revenues from $7Bn to $11Bn. This is not all, Sanjay Bhattacharya was a member of the Basel II Implementation and Risk Management Committee of the Indian Banks Association and a member of the Expert Committee on Banking and Finance of ASSOCHAM (Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India).
Ranga, as he is lovingly called, is a finance professional with 35 years of variegated experience in India and overseas. He qualified as a CA from Fraser & Ross and was later admitted as a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered accountants of India. He was also admitted as a member of other professional bodies while serving professional services firms. Ranganathan was a Senior Partner with Ernst & Young, one of the big four global firms. He served E&Y, India during its crucial growth phase for ten years in various capacities. He was also on the governing council of E&Y, India and often chaired its meetings to deliberate on partner admissions, their removal and the approval of partner compensations/remunerations besides other governance related matters of the firm, as a whole.