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Assocham Events   

8th Annual Banking Summit
-Poised for Explosive Growth-

21 November, 2012 Hotel Taj Mahal, Mansingh Road, New Delhi

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Event Details

Banking sector forms an important ingredient to fuel the growth engine of an economy. In the past, Indian Banking Sector has been able to withstand the global downturn and domestic challenges because of its inherent strengths and regulatory competence. Indian economy is now integrating, at a much faster pace, globally. In the current economic scenario and with an eye on the future, Indian Banking industry needs aggressive reforms to enhance its competitiveness in the global market in addition to fostering faster economic fortune of the country.
 
There is an urgent need to expand Financial Inclusion which is an indispensable booster dose for inclusive growth. It is indispensable for the banks to leverage Information Technology for the effective rollout of products and services and make them available to large number of potential beneficiaries sitting at the lower levels of the pyramid. Infra-funding needs banking support as well as other alternate sources for its huge demand.
 
In view of these emerging issues and key developments in the Banking Sector, ASSOCHAM is organizing 8th Annual Banking Summit” on 21st November, 2012 at The Taj Mahal Hotel, 1- Mansingh Road, New Delhi-110011. The Summit will bring together banking practitioners, policy makers, regulators, academicians and stakeholders in the financial sector in general to discuss, debate and deliberate over issues facing the Indian Banking Sector. The eminent participants would work-out a roadmap that can help in transforming the Indian Banking Industry into an ‘innovative-futuristic-global’ player- Poised for Explosive Growth.
 
Dr. K. C Chakravarthy, Dy. Governor, RBIhas very kindly confirmed to Address the Inaugural Session. We have invited Shri P Chidambaram, Hon’ble Finance Minister to inaugurate the Summit. We have also invited several prominent dignitaries including Dr. C Rangarajan, Chairman-Economic Advisory Council, PMO, Shri D. K. Mittal, Secretary, Dept. of Financial Services, MOF for this very important Banking Summit.
 
We cordially invite you as well as your colleagues to this prestigious Summit, the registration form and other details are attached for ready use. We also request your organization to avail partnership / sponsorship opportunities for the Summit to mark your presence among the industry stalwarts, as per details enclosed for your kind reference.
 
We look forward to your active participation both as delegate and availing sponsorship opportunities.

Registration Fees: 

  • Indian Delegates: INR. 4,000/- per delegate  
  • Foreign Delegates: US $ 75/- per delegate  
  • There is 10% discount for 3 and more delegates from same company). Fee once paid is non – refundable, although change of nomination is allowed

    For more details please contact: 

    Rakesh Suraj (98998 67287), e-mail: rakesh.suraj@assocham.com
    Kumar Dewashis (9872455460), e-mail: kumar.dewashis@assocham.com
    Hitesh Khanna (9899172904), e-mail: hitesh.khanna@assocham.com
    Manish Kumar (9891594346), e-mail: manish.kumar@assocham.com
    Areeb Imam (9810851661), e-mail: areeb.imam@assocham.com

    Corporate Office
    The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
    ASSOCHAM Corporate Office, 5, Sardar Patel Marg
    Chanakyapuri, New Delhi – 110021
    Phone: 46550555 (Hunting Line)
    Fax: 01123017008/9

    Email: assocham@nic.in