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Parvataneni Brahmayya or P Brahmayya (b. Oct 2, 1908 - 1980) was a chartered accountant. He founded Brahmayya & Co., a firm of Chartered accountants. An alumnus of the Madras Loyola College and trained in the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, he was a part of the Central Council, the highest decision making body of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India for about 15yrs since 1962; was a trustee of UTI; a board member of the State Bank of India apart from being on several government advisory committees. According to the Managing Director of The Hindu, N. Murali, Brahmayya's generosity, especially towards young chartered accountants was legendary.
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