Living more in the moment makes India’s business leaders very adaptable and opportunistic. Besides, Indians have been known for their enterprising abilities. If given the right kind of support and capital, they can go from strength to strength. From post liberalization reforms that started out in the early 90’s to India’s current clarion call for Make in India, corporate finance has been at the core focus and the SME sector has grown to become the large enterprises not without the optimum availability of capital being made available to them at right time and under suitable conditions. With the thought of ushering the much-needed change to the SME landscape by...
Arindam Dutta, Head- Global Finance Operations & Poland CFO Division, Credit Suisse
Nandini Mukherjee, Managing Editor
Giorgio Carlino, Chief Investment Officer, Multi Asset US, Allianz Global Investors
Sanjay Katkar, MD & CTO, Quick Heal Technologies Ltd.
Sanjay Agrawal & Alpesh Purohit, Co-Founders
Brooks Brady, SVP & Director of Credit Risk Analytics, Zions Bancorporation [NASDAQ:ZION]
S. Sundararajan, Executive Director, i-exceed
Aditya Singhania, Deputy General Manager (DGM), Taxmann
Duncan Ash, Senior Director, Global Financial Services, Qlik
Deven Parekh, Managing Director, Insight Venture Partners