Economics Conclave 2017on 5th August 2017

Over the past 3 years, India has witnessed systemic reforms including banking sector reforms, liberalization of FDI policy, subsidy reforms, direct benefits transfer, demonetization, Fintech revolution, new legislations, and GST. The situation, however, hasn’t changed much on the ground, with pain visible on account of absence of private investments, and rising pile of bad loans. Businesses in India still clamor about high interest rates, weak judicial system, uncertainty in political decision making. Have economic reforms changed the ground realities and improved ease of doing business in India, or is it still work in progress? Economics Conclave 2017 organized by RSDT student team of SIBM, Pune will address these issues and the theme for the conclave is  “Doing Business in India: Economic Reforms and Ground Realities”

The event will begin with a Keynote speech by Mr. Kashinath Katakdhond, MD & CEO, Receivables Exchange of India Limitedaddressing the students on: “Economic reforms shaping India’s place in a multi-polar world”

Keynote Speech will be followed by a panel discussion. The following esteemed members are on panel discussion:

         Kashinath Katakdhond, MD & CEO, Receivables Exchange of India Limited

         Brinda Jagirdar, Retired as General Manager & Head Economic Research / Chief Economist, State Bank of India

         Neeraj Sharma, Partner, Price Waterhouse & Co. LLP (PwC)

Pradip Kadam, Senior Consultant / Director, Mastercard India

             Moderator – Mr. Biharilal Deora, Principal Advisor, Association of International Wealth Management of India

Place: SIU, Auditorium, SIBM Pune, Lavale campus

Date: 5th August, 2017 (Saturday) Event Timings: 01:45 PM – 04:00 PM

Dr R Raman

Director – SIBM Pune

&

Dean – Faculty of Management – SIU

 

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