One of the Richest Persons in India Dilip Shanghvi Quotes

Best quotes of all time by Dilip Shanghvi who got awarded as civilian honour of the Padma Shri in 2016.

Dilip Shanghvi Popular Quotes

  • I like to win without fighting. But if I can’t, then I’m prepared to fight.
  • Whenever you look at any potential merger or acquisition, you look at the potential to create value for your shareholders.
  • A board of directors that cannot produce reliable audited financial statements for almost seven years simply should not remain in office.
  • There is no sense in getting excited by market cap because it is a tool.
  • Innovation requires a novel approach to scientific problem solving, higher level of resource commitments over much longer time durations.

Dilip Shanghvi Quotes on Business & Company

  • I have targets for business achievements; I do not have targets for acquisitions. Because if you have targets for acquisitions, you end up making compromises in terms of valuations, and you buy things because you have a target, and it is not good for business.
  • If a company is not doing well, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it is not a good company.
  • Personally, I feel that a company which looks at problems of other companies and learns from their mistakes is a successful one.
  • Taro will continue to exist as an independent company.
  • After watching Taro reach the brink of bankruptcy, seeing their shares delisted from trading, hearing endless false promises about receiving audited financial statements, and witnessing an unchecked drain of company resources, the shareholders have clearly had enough.

Dilip Shanghvi Famous Quotes

  • Analysts estimate that emerging markets are expected to drive 90 percent of the world’s pharmaceutical market growth, and differentiated products will be important to this growth.
  • Projects can take years to exhibit proof-of-concept and a few more years to be converted into commercial realities.
  • I have never seen myself as a promoter. I always evaluate myself as a manager.
  • I am not comfortable at all with this tag of being dubbed ‘the richest Indian’ and all the attention that follows for the reason.
  • Clearly in my mind, I have two distinct positions – owner and manager. So I am open to reviewing my performance as a manager as any other person in Sun Pharma.
  • It is always a challenge to work when people have big expectations. I would much rather feel comfortable working without expectations.
  • If I look myself as a manager, I have lot more to learn.
  • I think FDA’s concerns are patient-safety.