5 Bankers on Off Track Ventures

5 Bankers on Off Track Ventures

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 21 March 2013, 12:27 Hrs
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Bangalore: Banking is one of the most popular career choices for many who are passionate about money matters. But since few years its reputation has been in turn down mode.  While many are worried about their banking career, there are five ex-bankers who went completely off the track and commenced different ventures. Read on to know who these people are as reported by Economic Times.

1. Rajan Mehta
Earlier job: Founder, Benchmark Mutual Fund
Quit in: July 2011
Now runs: My Care Health Solutions

He was a banker for two years selling exchange traded mutual funds, Benchmark Mutual Fund. But now he has turned his sight to the Health care industry and started My Care Health Solutions.

MyCare offers combined healthcare solutions and services to facilitate people live a happy and healthy life. The company aims in providing low cost healthcare services using technology like cloud computing, digitized health records and mobile phones etc. Mehta said, "We are evolving a business model to embrace all these (tech) changes'', reported Economic Times.

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