In Ancient Greece, mythology has it that Itus was a mortal who had immense admiration for Apollo ( considered the king of gods). Itus never lied, he was a great musician and had a great passion for archery. Itus was considered to be the most humble mortal alive.
When Apollo was in trouble, he sought to Itus for help to protect him. Itus protected Apollo and won a fight with the sword (given by Apollo) against the God Ares. As Itus grew wiser, Apollo decided to make Itus a god.
At our firm, we have symbolised this fiduciary responsibility of protection as our journey for shareholders and investors wealth.
Founder and Fund Manager
Naveen Chandramohan, the Founder and Fund Manager of ITUS Capital, believes in having a shared commitment to growth, an ideology that sets him and ITUS apart from other players in the industry. He believes that wealth management firms should take a fiduciary responsibility in working for clients, and that the current status quo in the industry should be challenged.
He has a proven track-record and is known for developing innovative investment strategies that offer clients a more valuable and enriching experience. He believes that championing the goals of the investor with passion and integrity should be the primary goal of everyone associated with ITUS.
Before founding ITUS Capital, Naveen served as the Responsible Officer & Portfolio Manager with Hutchin Hill Capital HK Limited, where he was responsible for starting an EM Equities Event Driven Fund and managing a capital of USD 150 million across geographies. He was also the Partner at the asset management firm Oracle Capital Ltd. HK till 2015. Born and brought up in Chennai, Naveen is a professional diploma holder from the prestigious Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and a graduate from Birla Institute of Technology and Science. In his 12 years of professional career, Naveen has many accolades and achievements to his name. He is the co-author of a research paper, published in the Journal for Networking and Communication as part of a project sponsored by Nokia, and has conceptualised and designed a micro-robot as part of a MEMS project.