Krishnan leads the Quantitative Research team at Marcellus. He has around 10 years of experience spanning both equity and fixed income research. Prior to Marcellus, he was part of the New Indexes Development team at Morningstar, where he was involved in creating systematic, rules-based equity and multi-asset investment products. Before that, he was an equity analyst with D.E. Shaw & Co. and a credit analyst at Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) EM Corporate Debt Team.
Qualification: Krishnan has completed his MBA from IIM, Kozhikode and Engineering from NIT Trichy. He is also a CFA charter holder.
Marcellus’ Global Compounders Portfolio (GCP) strategically invests in 25-30 deeply moated global companies aligned with megatrends, fostering a consistent mid to high teens compounding of free cash flow/earnings. As GCP reaches its first birthday, we reflect on our journey. Despite the brief time span, it’s reassuring to witness the portfolio’s progress aligning with our expectations, […]
The majority of the listed companies in India fail to beat the market cap weighted index. In this newsletter, we discuss why the odds are stacked against an individual investor owning a small set of stocks. Over a longer investment horizon, returns of benchmark indices as well as the net wealth created in stock markets […]
Post-1947, India’s economy has been through four distinct eras. Now, with socialism fading away and with the country increasingly operating as a free market economy, we see five distinct directions in which India’s economy will evolve over the next decade: (1) Profits will polarize in the hands of a few highly efficient companies; (2) Wealth […]