GenNext business leaders' stock market wealth surges to Rs 14,000 cr, Akshata, Rohan Murthy at Rs 5,700 cr in 2013

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Narayana Murthy with son Rohan Murthy and daughter-in-law Lakshmi Venu. AP Narayana Murthy with son Rohan Murthy and daughter-in-law Lakshmi Venu. AP
SummaryStock market wealth of children of top honchos soared in 2013, led by Infosys, Wipro, and Sun Pharma.

The stock market performance of Anil Ambani-led group's companies was a mixed bag. Consequently, holdings of his children -- Jaianmol and Jaianshul -- stood at over Rs 31 crore. While shares of group's telecom arm Reliance Communications Ltd rose, that of financial services unit Reliance Cap and infrastructure firm R-Infra fell.

Godrej scions --Tanya, Pirojsha, Nisaba and Firoze -- finished the year at Rs 960 crore worth of shares held in Godrej Industries (down about 13 per cent) and Godrej Consumer (up around 17 per cent) in 2013.

O P Jindal group's next-gen leaders Tarini, Tanvi and Parth's holdings in JSPL, JSW Steel Ltd and JSW Energy saw their total kitty end lower at Rs 560 crore.

Anant, son of RPG Group chairman Harsh Goenka, also saw a mixed bag with the value of shares he controls in CEAT zooming while KEC slipped.

However, an over 70 per cent plunge in Wockhardt Ltd shares dragged down the market value of holdings of Habil Khorakiwala's sons - Murtaza and Hozaifa.

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