Mr Safir Anand is recognized as one of India's top intellectual property attorneys, but few people know he spends a lot of time picking value stocks on Dalal Street. Investing as his passion and firmly believes that the stock market is a great teacher, as long as you respect it and are keen to learn from it. In addition to advising leading companies on IP matters in India, he also helps clients in the SAARC region to strategize, monetize and enforce their IP. Safir is regularly featured by media for his views on diversity in intellectual property law issues including Times of India, Hindustan Times, Business Standard, Economic Times, Financial Express and Mint, to name a few. Safir is a member of INTAs famous and well-known marks committee; the Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group (PTMG); and Marques brand and marketing team and marketing to kids team. He has collaborated with the UK Intellectual Property Office to further brand management in India. He has also participated in the ACMA conference on IP management through brand protection and brand licensing; and, as the sole knowledge partner, in MeltingPot2020 to encourage student innovation. Safir has authored numerous publications including Getting the Deal Through Licensing; Getting the Deal Through: Trademarks; Getting the Deal Through: Advertising and Marketing; the India chapter of Worldwide Franchising Laws; a chapter on fashion laws in India for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer; an article for Licensing in the Boardroom on key licensing issues in India; a paper on IP monetisation; and Securing Value in the Credit Crunch. Safir has featured in Managing Intellectual Property (2015�2017); WTR 1000 (2015�2017); WWL: Trademarks; (2015�2017); Chambers and Partners: Asia-Pacific (2015�2017); AsiaLaw (2015�2017); Asia IP Experts (2015�2017); and Best of the Best: Trademarks (2015). He won the Wockhardt Foundation Youth Popular Award for best lawyer of 2016, and has also been ranked as one of the top 50 licensing lawyers in Asia. This ace investor calls himself a �growth mindset� investor and says he looks at the opportunity cost of capital before picking a company.