Pre Conference Workshop – Lead Resource Persons
Mr. S. N. Ananthasubramanian
Senior Partner of S N ANANTHASUBRAMANIAN & CO., Company Secretaries
Dr. Krishna Prasanna P
Associate Professor
Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras

Dr.Durga Prasad Samantaray
Associate Professor-Finance,
College of Business Administration,
King Saud University,
Saudi Arabia
Ms.Sneh Thakur
Headi-Credit and Collections,
Ujjivan Small Finance Bank

Conference Speakers

 Keynote Speaker – Inaugural Distinguished Speaker – Inaugural Session

Mr.Viju Parameshwar
Former President & CEO,
Kluber Lubrication India Private ltd,
Topic: The Role and Structure of CFO in a Manufacturing Company

Mr. Kesavan Venugopalan
Group Chief Financial Officer
Narayana Health
Topic: Finance…  A Long Haul

Distinguished Speaker -Valedictory Function

Dr.Prasanna Chandra
Director-Centre for Financial Management, Bangalore
Topic: ‘Nonscientific Perspectives on Finance

Invited Speakers

Mr. Swaminathan Santhanam
Independent IT Solutions Consultant
Topic: Digital Transformation in Organizations
Mr.Manoj Pasangha
Senior Vice President & Zonal Business Head, Bharat Financial Inclusion Limited
Topic: Challenges and Opportunities for Micro Finance Industry in the Changing Landscape of the Country

Mr.Sanjay Somasundara
Deputy Vice President-Tamil Nadu
Kotak Mahindra Life
Topic: Life Insurance Industry  over the last decade and Current Trends
Mr. Pavan Kumar Kopparam
AVP – Investment Advisory
Entrust Family Office
Topic: Lessons from Global Financial Crisis

About the Conference

The capital markets are set for turbulent times as the recent developments in the global financial markets might have ramifications that could erode the fortunes of emerging markets. The good news though is that the Indian economy is set to bear the lesser brunt of the impact of the happenings in global markets. Global developments coupled with the recent happenings in the domestic market have reinforced efforts to draw a roadmap for markets to navigate the uncertainties. The recovery of U.S market could trigger a hike in interest rates; likewise, changes in the global policies of the new administration in the U.S and the exit of U.K from the European Union could have ripple effects across the globe in terms of trade wars.

Despite all these odds stacked against it, the GDP in India is expected to grow in the range of 6.5%-7.25%. The fastest growing economy in the world is poised to remain at the epicentre of all investing activities.

A slew of measures led by the government in bringing up transparency in operations, efforts to eradicate black money, policies providing a fillip to new start-ups and MSMEs, impetus to infrastructural development and opening up of banking sector are expected to turn the financial pivot firmly in India’s favour.

Overwhelmed with resounding success from the earlier versions of the International conference on Finance and Accounting, SDMIMD takes the pleasure in announcing the 6th International Conference on Emerging Trends in Finance, Accounting and Banking on August 18-19, 2017.

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