A set of inspirational quotes by Kotak Mahindra Bank’s Uday Kotak

Uday Kotak is an Indian Billionaire. He is said to be one of the most powerful and influential Indian bankers of all time. He is the founding father of the Kotak Mahindra Bank.

Uday Kotak is an Indian Billionaire. He is said to be one of the most powerful and influential Indian bankers of all time. He is the founding father of the Kotak Mahindra Bank. He is said to come from a middle-class Gujarati family. His family business constituted the involvement of cotton making. Though after completing his studies he accounted to join the family business in the year 1980 but soon after he detailed upon entailing his journey when he started his venture of financing and bill discounting. It has been accumulated that Anand Mahindra the chairman of the Mahindra Group, played a huge role in the investment of his business. Later on, a small establishment started by Uday Kotak become one of the popularised commercial banks of India making him the richest banker in India. Due to his devotional acclamation and hard work he. Is now where he is supposed to be inspiring numerous young generations throughout which is why we enlisted some of his top inspirational quotes to keep you going :

  • There’s no harm being a copycat. If someone else is doing a good job, copy. It’s free.”
  • “If what you create does not outlive you, then you have failed.”
  •  “The trouble with opportunity is, it never announces when it comes. It’s only after it’s gone, you’d realize that you missed it.”
  •   “Technology is an enabler; you have to be at the cutting edge of technology – there is no choice.”
  •  “When a lion doesn’t get its prey, it remains hungry. When the prey saves himself, he has not won, but has saved his life.”
  •   “In a marathon, if you run too fast, you get exhausted. If you run too slow, you never make it.”
  •   “Younger customers are the future, but older customers have the money. So you need both: one for the present, and the other for the future.”
  • If companies can raise equity from the market, then their problems for financing incomplete projects will come to end. The investment cycle in the capital market can kick-start with the money of savers and investors.
  • Foreign investors are looking for a consistent and stable policy in India.
  • There’s no harm in being a copycat. If someone else is doing a good job, copy. It’s free.
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