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Amol Dhargalkar: 30 years of listening and exceeding client expectations

Summary

Amol Dhargalkar discusses how Chatham has worked alongside our corporate clients to understand and exceed their expectations. Chatham Financial is celebrating 30 years of serving our clients.

Supporting clients through the years

We have served corporate clients for quite a long time and have seen their needs and demands change significantly through the years. There used to be a pervasive sense that pure technology could support our clients' growth, but we quickly learned that there was a need for more support behind the automation and technology. What we see with most of our corporate clients is a desire for them to have a connection with an individual who really understands their needs, their business, their risks, and their portfolio. This relationship, paired with technology, has provided a better, more fulsome answer to the problems that our clients are facing and sometimes provides answers to questions that they did not even know they had.

No one size fits all

There is not a-one-size-fits-all approach to solve the problems and challenges that our clients face in the capital markets. It can be tempting to think that a technology solution or a quick-fix approach could be the answer. Rather than applying a surface solution to a challenge that goes much deeper, take the time to dig into the problem and understand the impact.

Rather than applying a surface solution to a challenge that goes much deeper, take the time to dig into the problem and understand the impact.

Serving clients excellently

We have helped clients negotiate ISDAs, navigate derivatives capital markets transactions, implement technology solutions, apply hedge accounting to a simple or complex fact patterns, and much more. We have consistently built a reputation by exceeding our clients' highest expectations. Chatham's history has always been one of listening to our clients, serving them excellently, and understanding that the problems that we are solving today relate to other problems and challenges our clients are facing.

Chatham's history has always been one of listening to our clients, serving them excellently, and understanding that the problems that we are solving today relate to other problems and challenges our clients are facing.


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About the author

  • Amol Dhargalkar

    Managing Partner, Board Member
    Global Head of Corporates

    Kennett Square, PA

    Amol is a Managing Partner and member of Chatham’s board of directors and senior leadership team. He leads Chatham’s corporates sector, with 20 years of experience, supporting clients in their hedging and risk management programs.

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