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Dalal Street Investment Journal appoints new CEO

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New Delhi: Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ), India’s rank one investment magazine has named Joydeep R Ray as its new Executive Editor and Chief Operating Officer.

Before joining, Dalal Street Investment Journal, Ray served a long and exciting tenure with The Indian Express and also spearheaded the editorial operations of the Business Standard in Gujarat before taking charge of his assignments with NDTV Profit and NDTV 24×7.

He also has worked for a significant time with Associated Press, world’s largest news agency. Based out of Pune and Mumbai, Ray will oversee editorial activities of Dalal Street Investment Journal and all of its products’ content. Along with editorial operations, Ray having his roots in a Himalayan hill town and equally in love with the western Indian states, he will be putting his efforts on taking operations of the DSIJ to a new height.

“I am elated that Ray has joined our team,” said Rajesh V Padode, Managing Director – DSIJ Pvt Ltd. “He shares our values and our focus on quality content with a strong emphasis on customer experience. He has shown himself to be an extraordinary leader throughout his career and has a proven 20 year track record.”

“I look forward to all the excitements coming from the challenges ahead with my joining with this prestigious brand. DSIJ has always been a respected and coveted brand like all of the other brands I served before. Biggest task ahead is to take this brand to a new level, a newer height along with the topsy-turvy of the stock markets while I will keep ears and eyes open to hear from our readers, investors as they say the last word when it comes to DSIJ” said Ray. (ANI)

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