Sept 05, 2021 - Indian Banking and Fiction
Hope you are doing well. Are the stories that the Indian banking industry has weaved and actual fiction any different? So, Today’s recommendations are:
Yes Man: The Untold Story of Rana Kapoor, by Pavan C Lall
Starting from a young Rana heading to the Shri Ram College of Commerce, the book traces the rise and fall of Rana and his Yes Bank. The book informs us of problems with the Banking Sector, the uselessness of Independent Directors and how difficult it is to remake fallen giants.
Set during Michael Corleone's time in Sicily, this book does not revolve around Michael. It looks instead at Salvatore Guiliano and his life as a rebel, his relation with his family, and Sicilian values. Well paced story, drawn out character development, and a poignant painting of pain, this book is a good weekend read.
Looking forward to writing to you soon.