The Indian Institute of Management,
Mr ML Jain, AGM – Kerala Region, Bank of Baroda, was the chief guest, and inaugurated the seminar. In his inaugural address, he emphasized that there was a dire need for young managers if
The event commenced with a team from NCDEX conducting a three hour workshop on commodities and derivatives trading. The workshop imparted knowledge to the participants regarding the commodity markets in India, their evolution, product conceptualization, design & contract specifications, risk mitigants and settlement process. It was supported by a demo of an NCDEX trading terminal to view live action on the quotes placed by the market players. This workshop was especially apt as a
Mr Manish Gupta, Head, Structured Trade, Citibank then addressed the participants. He mentioned the various ways in which financial corporations provide finance at every step of the supply chain in all industries, through the use of structured instruments. The ways in which these instruments are utilized were mentioned, such as factoring, forfaiting, insurance, and ECA (External Credit Agency) guarantees.
The next speaker to take the stage was Mr CJ George, MD, Geojit Securities, who gave a very candid view of how the primary markets in
Mr Anil Jhala, CFO, Birla SunLife Insurance, gave the next talk on Key Drivers of Growth in the Insurance Industry. He started with a historical overview of the insurance market, from the first Indian insurance company in 1818 till the IRDA act of 2000, which opened the field for private players. He said that
The second day’s proceedings started with Mr. Partho Mukherjee, Head – Treasury, UTI Bank talking about currency and interest rate derivatives. He outlined how policy, the yield curve, liquidity of the underlying markets, the players and volatility play an important role in shaping the framework for a sound derivatives market. The absence of potentially big players like the PSUs make the derivatives markets rather nascent. Yet derivatives remain the fastest growing market in the treasury space. He was confident of Mumbai becoming the next commercial hub in
Mr. Hemant Tanna, VP Investment Banking, ING Vysya, concluded the seminar with a very interactive talk on tapping international debt markets. He noted that ECB (External Commercial Borrowings) guidelines were the single most important reason for
The event also consists of a paper presentation on the topic “Financing the Infrastructure Growth in India over the Next Ten Years,” in which students from top B-Schools across the country are taking part. The Platinum Sponsor for Arthanomics 2006 was Bank of Baroda. The paper presentation was sponsored by Larsen & Toubro. Hindu Business Line was the Print Media Partner for the event, IndiaInfoline the Online Media Partner, and State Bank of Travancore the Associate Sponsor.
The Platinum Sponsor for Arthanomics 2006 was Bank of Baroda. The paper presentation was sponsored by Larsen & Toubro. Hindu Business Line was the Print Media Partner for the event, IndiaInfoline the Online Media Partner, and State Bank of Travancore the Associate Sponsor.