An inventor and out-of-the-box thinker, holder of 37 patents in the areas of Hardware, Software, Encryption and Systems. An Amazon best selling author and his latest passion is in writing about all matters related to Money. He is none other than Shri Sree Iyer, founder of http://www.pgurus.com.
His first book of fiction, “Who painted my money white?” is a runaway success. In both e-Book and Paperback versions, it is a bestseller on Amazon, having occupied the #1 slot for several weeks.
In 2016 he started an online company http://www.pgurus.com, with a focus on providing Insights for the Global Indian. PGurus has grown into an independent, fair and accurate portrayer of India. It has blogs and in-depth articles that primarily cover four aspects of India – Politics, Business, Culture and Investing. PGurus has the most extensive coverage of Money laundering, Tax evasion and Stock Manipulation by NDTV, Art of Living case by the NGT, AgustaWestland VVIP Chopper Scam, Chidambara Rahasya and many more. Recently, PGurus has also started publishing in Hindi and Tamil, with a view of adding more Indian languages soon.
Sree writes about new technologies such as Blockchain, the future of e-Commerce, Financial instruments, Analyzing Money flows across countries, Tax Havens, Black Money and all matters related to Money. Much of the White-Collar crime being committed now is sophisticated, layered and done with a view to obfuscate. These posts try to unravel the complexities of High Finance and tell the story in simple-to-understand words.
Since November 2018, Sree Iyer has joined a Swiss-based Fintech startup, Liquineq as its Chief Solutions Officer.
Somebash is proud to host a live session with Shri. Sree Iyer on discussing the role of NRIs’ (Non Resident Indians) in preserving Indian values and heritage.
Join us for a live intriguing session with this fiery personality on May 9th, 2020 at 19:00 CEST | 10:00 PST only on our youtube channel SOMEBASH.BELGIUM.
Do check out his works on http://www.pgurus.com.
Organizer of Role of NRIs in preserving Indian Culture
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