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Vibha Ravi

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Vibha Ravi is Senior Editor at Scrip and Pink Sheet. Based in Mumbai, India, she provides news and analysis on a broad range of subjects related to companies like deals, strategy, regulation and policy. Her multimedia content including infographics and podcasts have helped her win internal awards. She brings her education in business management and experience as a senior journalist for AFX-Asia to bear in spotting trends. As an attendee and panelist at conferences, she strives to bring unique insights to the audience. In her spare time, she enjoys travel, photography and blogging.

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