Rajani Sinha joins Knight Frank India as Chief Economist and National Director-Research
Knight Frank India, one of the leading international property consultants, has inducted Rajani Sinha as the Chief Economist and National Director-Research in order to further strengthen its research and thought leadership position in the industry. Knight Frank has been regarded globally for its original, pathbreaking and unbiased market research and commentary. The latest addition to its leadership will help further fortify the company’s capabilities in creating meaningful and deep dive market commentaries.
Rajani comes with a strong and illustrious track record having worked as a senior economist in companies such as Kotak Mahindra Bank, JM Morgan Stanley as well as Dun & Bradstreet over a career spanning close to two decades. Her last assignment was with Aditya Birla Management Corporation Pvt. Ltd. as Vice President, Senior Economist. In her role at Knight Frank India, Rajani Sinha will lead a strong team of researchers and provide strategic and innovative insights to take Knight Frank India’s research capabilities to the next level.
Shishir Baijal, Chairman & Managing Director, Knight Frank India welcomed Rajani and said, “I am confident that she will bring a fresh perspective to our research endevours. With her rich background as an economist, she will provide more a multi-dimensional context, and give our already empirically strong research, greater relevance for a wider spectrum of real estate users.
Knight Frank has always been hailed for its research capabilities and has often been the source for industry stakeholders for unique and unbiased information. In- depth research and sharp analysis are the core requirements today for a sector that is at an interesting cusp of development. Thus, an evolutionary model of insights and far reaching policy analysis are the essential fulcrums to an informed future for the segment and Knight Frank is committed to providing the same.”
Speaking on her appointment as the Chief Economist and National Director-Research, Rajani Sinha said, “The last 5 years have been intense in defining India’s role on the global canvas as well as shaping the economic future of its residents. Real estate has played a crucial role in the development of the country, making this an opportune time to move research and market knowledge to a new paradigm. I am glad to be a part of Knight Frank India and partake in redefining research services for the company that will add value to the brand, its stakeholders and those involved in the realty market at large.“