Mumbai, November 3, 2014:
The Indian School of Business (ISB) with campuses at Hyderabad and Mohali, will host Deepak Parekh, Chairman, HDFC, Adi Godrej, Chairman, Godrej Group along with other experts / leaders in the India's BFSI sector including senior officials from the Reserve Bank of India & policy makers at the Capital Markets Conclave,
Artha 2014. This Conclave is being held in Mumbai, on Saturday, November 8, 2014. The theme of the Conclave for this year is: "The 10.0 Solution – Road Map to 10% Indian Growth".
Artha 2014 is driven by ISB alumni and Students of Finance Club at the ISB.
The theme of the Conclave is 'how India can achieve 10.0% GDP Growth in the near
future, on the back of major policy changes, and the economic scenario in India'. The discussion would include on how India could be made resilient to external shocks, and how Infrastructure sector will be the catalyst in helping
India achieve 10% GDP Growth. Also it would discuss on the sunrise sectors in Equity Markets, and how the flow of fund would take place in the near future and how the Bonds can help support the businesses in India, and how
Speaking about the objective and need for Artha 2014, Ajit Rangnekar, Dean, ISB said, "ISB Capital Markets Conclave serves as a
perfect platform in providing an interface between ISB alumni, Students and experts in the area of Finance. The School is committed to conduct the best of academic research in Finance which is in line with ISB's mission to create
an impact that influences scholarship, practice and policy. Events such as these will go a long way in bridging the gap between academia and Industry in the area of Finance and Capital markets."
Artha 2014 will have four panel discussions on four key topics: Indian Economy: On a Robust or a Fragile Path? Charting Indian Growth through a Strong Infrastructure base; Unrevealing Equity
Flows through the Sunrise Sectors; Deepening Bond Markets for Investment Growth.
The list of eminent Panelists is as follows: Panel 1 - Indian economy: On a Robust or a Fragile Path?: Manish
Chokhani - TPG Growth; Sunil Sanghai – HSBC; Prof Subramanian, ISB; Garry Singh, Pinkerton; Saimran Chakraborty, Standard Chartered; and ¥Vedika Bhandarkar - Credit Suisse. Panel 2 - Charting Indian Growth
through a Strong Infrastructure Base: Archana Hingorani, ILFS; Vinayak Chatterjee, Feedback Infra; V. Srinivasan, Axis Bank; Vikram Limaye, IDFC; K. Venkatesh, L&T Infra; Kiran Kumar Grandhi, GMR; Ajit Gulabchand, HCC.
Panel 3 - Unraveling Equity Flows through the Sunrise Sectors:
Sanjay Nayar – KKR; Nilesh Shah - Axis Capital; A Balachandran - Aditya Birla Asset; Mahesh Chabbria – Actis; Rahul Bhasin – Barings; and Sunil Singhania - Reliance Capital. Panel 4 - Deepening Bond Markets for Investment
Growth: Zia Mody – AZB; Randhir Singh, Deustche Bank; Rahul Banerjee - Standard Chartered; Chandrashekhar Ramakrishnan - CFO, Tata Motors; Jaideep Khanna – Barclays; Sanjeev Bajaj - Credit Suisse; Shilpa Kumar – ICICI Bank.
ISB Capital Markets Conclave - 'Artha' is the annual flagship event of the ISB Finance Club and has hosted some highly accomplished leaders in the past. The conclave brings together some of the best minds at the
forefront of industry, policy and academia through interactive discussions, with the aim of developing perspectives and inspiring the student body.
About the Indian School of Business
Indian School of
Business (ISB) is a global Business school offering world-class management education across its two campuses – Hyderabad and Mohali. The School has grown at a rapid pace over the twelve years since its inception and already has
several notable accomplishments to its credit – it is the youngest school ever to consistently rank among the top Global MBA programmes, the first institution in South Asia to receive the prestigious AACSB accreditation, one of the
largest providers of Executive Education in Asia, and the most research productive Indian management institution. A vibrant pool of research-oriented resident faculty, strong academic associations with leading global B-schools and
the backing of an influential Board, have helped the ISB fast emerge as a premier global Business school in the emerging markets.