Campaign India Team
Jun 13, 2008

Reliance Money, NDTV Profit partner for investment show

NDTV Profit and Reliance Money are teaming up to launch ‘Money Mantra’, a show targetted at the average retail investor. The show will look at enhancing investment awareness among investors. The show was launched recently at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) by a team that included Shivnath Thukral, managing editor, NDTV Profit; Sudip Bandyopadhyay, director and CEO, Reliance Money and Pankaj Pachauri, executive editor and anchor, NDTV along with BSE's MD and CEO Rajnikant Patel. 

Reliance Money, NDTV Profit partner for investment show

NDTV Profit and Reliance Money are teaming up to launch ‘Money Mantra’, a show targetted at the average retail investor. The show will look at enhancing investment awareness among investors. The show was launched recently at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) by a team that included Shivnath Thukral, managing editor, NDTV Profit; Sudip Bandyopadhyay, director and CEO, Reliance Money and Pankaj Pachauri, executive editor and anchor, NDTV along with BSE's MD and CEO Rajnikant Patel. 

The only Hindi programme on NDTV Profit, Money Mantra will be hosted by NDTV anchor Pankaj Pachauri with a panel of financial experts along with Reliance Money's Bandyopadhyay as a permanent panelist. The panelists will take both audience and viewers' questions, either live or through email. The show will also showcase a couple of case studies of people looking to make investments or improvise from their past mistakes. The half-hour weekly show on personal finance and investment will premiere on NDTV Profit on June 20 airing every Friday at 7:30pm.

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Campaign India

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