National Summit

Asset Reconstruction summit – ARCON 2017

20 January, 2018, Hotel Four Seasons, Mumbai

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Chief Guest
          Dr. Viral V. Acharya, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India
 Greetings from ASSOCHAM
The Indian debt overhang issue is one of the major reasons that fresh investments are currently not being made in the scale required to promote higher growth and boost employment. Among banks the Public Sector Banks (PSBs) are burdened with the bulk of Net Non-Performing Loans (NNPAs). These NNPAs are concentrated in long gestation projects.
ARCs could be a qualitative and to an extent a quantitative part of the solution. Specifically, ARCs can provide "market" feedback on valuations of NNPAs and provide restructuring solutions for the debt overhang problem which is exacerbated by excessively lengthy Indian legal processes. The importance of accurate valuations, turnaround options plus speedier
Legal remedies cannot be overstated.

In this backdrop, ASSOCHAM in association with ARCs Association in India is organizing ARCON 2017 scheduled on 20th January 2018 at Hotel Four Seasons Worli , Mumbai

CRISIL is the knowledge partner for the summit.

The deliberations at the conference will serve as a game-changer and help authorities in addressing the apprehensions and issues raised by different stakeholders.
Key Areas of Discussions
Raising Finance for Distressed Assets
Debt Aggregation
Availability of working capital lines to stressed assets
Limit on conversion of debt into equity
Role of Valuation Systems etc.

Your participation as speaker or as delegate would add immense value to the content of the conference.

Registration form and summit brochure enclosed here with for your kind reference.

Request members to kindly make it convenient to attend and participate the important conferences.

We look forward for your kind confirmation.


Chandan Kumar
Director, Department of Banking & Financial Services
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