About Us

Keynote is a Full Service Investment Bank and Brokerage house offering integrated financial advice and services. Founded in 1993 and registered as SEBI Category I Merchant Bank, it has been promoted by professionals with over three decades of rich experience in financial and capital markets.
Since inception Keynote has remained committed to offering quality Investment Banking solutions combined with integrity and creativity through every challenging scenario. Our services enable our clients to access Capital Markets, Corporate Finance Advisory, Mergers and Acquisitions Advisory, ESOP Advisory, Equity/Debt Placements and Restructuring.
Keynote has over two decades of experience in the Equity Capital Markets, Corporate Finance and Advisory and a track record of over 400 transactions under its belt as a mark of its success. Markets, Corporate Finance and Advisory and a track record of over 400 different transactions.
Over the years, Keynote has developed a strong bond with business groups in the mid-market segment and a deep relationship with domestic & global institutions, mutual funds & FIIs investing in India.
 It is committed to long term relationships and has a proficient and skilled team invested in its clients and their business.


Vineet Suchanti

Managing Director


Rakesh Choudhari

Managing Director
Stock Broking & Invesment Advisory

Anurag Goyal

Executive Director
Investment Banking | ECM | AIF


Devin Joshi

Chief Financial Officer


Harsh Choksey

Director – NBFC
Head – Special Projects, Strategic & New Initiatives


Nilesh Dhruv

Executive Director

Cherian MJ

Vice President
Keynote ESOP


Ankur Mestry

Vice President
Primary Market & Mutual Funds

Mohit Barasia

Institutional Sales

Sunu Thomas

Assistant Vice President
Merchant Banking | ECM

Anushri Soni

Assistant Vice President
Corporate Finance

Namrata Jain

Assistant Vice President
Alternative Assets

What We Are Good At

Capital Markets
Corporate Finance Advisory
Mergers and Acquisitions Advisory
ESOP Advisory
Equity/Debt Placements and Restructuring