Murali Raghavan is a Chartered & Cost accountant from India. He is based in UAE for the past 29 years and is the co-founder of the company CFOSME, which enables SMEs to optimize their Cash from Operations with improved financial ecosystems. His experience with multinational companies in retail & wholesale distribution, Information Technology, Real Estate and Hotel development, Risk Management & Insurance (Financial Advisor) gives him a wide range of skills and experience.
Raghavan’s book is a financial thriller that dives deep into money laundering in India, particularly the methods used by corrupt businessmen and politicians to funnel their ill-gotten gains into the banking system, post the surprise announcement of Demonetization,
The novel has been written after a lot of research about the methods used by people with ill- gotten wealth to deposit their black money with banks and the vulnerabilities around the data of cash deposits that exists even today.
Riding the De (Mon)
- A presumably innocent banker
- A religious leader accused of murder
- A journalist who is after more than just the next big story
- A plan to use demonetization to topple a government.
It is a must read for finance professionals and curious minds who are interested to understand if the Government made any real substantial gains from the surprise announcement.