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  An Interactive Session on “Indian Economy” with Sir Winston Dookeran, Leader of Congress People, Trinidad & Tobago on 4th April, 2010 at Omprakash Tibrewala Board Room, Federation House, Hyderabad.

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS - DATE 21st AUGUST 2010

Interactive Session - Promoting and Protecting Investors

              (Jointly organized by the Indian Institute of Economics& FAPCCI, Hyderabad)

  The interactive meeting on “Promoting and Protecting Investors”, held on 21st August, 2010 at 5.00 p.m in KLN Prasad auditorium in the premises of FAPCCI, Hyderabad provided a forum for Open Discussion on Protecting and Promoting the Investors in the capital markets. Editor, Money Life Foundation Mumbai along with local expertise in the capital market investors have been invited for the session to make it more useful for the benefit of the members and the investors of the region.

  The Indian economy has experienced at a rapid growth during the current decade and the corporate sector has emerged as the biggest contributor in the growth story. During this period India witnessed large inflow of foreign investments and has also seen the emergence of Indian multinational on the global corporate scene. The capital markets and its expansion has been an important factor in giving a boost to the Indian economy.

  There are substantial amounts of Households savings available in the country which can be channelized in the corporate economy through various investment schemes. This will enable the common people to derive higher return from their investments and link the growth of corporate sector to the growth of income of these households. This require an effective out reach initiatives to the common people, where they can be educated as well as encouraged to take informed investment decisions in the corporate economy in order to get higher returns.

  In addition to resource allocation, capital markets also provide a medium of risk management by allowing diversification of risk in the economy. A well functioning capital market also tends to improve information quality as it plays a major role in encouraging the adoption of stronger corporate governance principles, thus supporting a trading environment which is founded on integrity.

  An interactive session on “Promoting and Protecting Investors” on 21st August, 2010 at KLN Prasad Auditorium, FAPCCI premises. Smt. Sucheta Dalal, Consulting Editor, Money Life Founder Trustee of Money Life Foundation, Mumbai, and Sri. Debashish Basu, Founder Editor and Publisher, Money Life Foundation made a presentation on the above theme. Sri.J.Hari Narayana, I.A.S.,(Retd.,) Chairman IRDA addressed the gathering and the other members present on the dias were Sri. L.V. Subrahmanyam, I.A.S., Principal Secretary, Finance Department, AP, Sri.S.Thirumalai, Senior Advisor, Deloitte Consultants, Dr.Goutham Pingle, Dean ASCI, Dr.P.S.Rao Cardiologist& investor and Sri. Kukumba Rao, Stock Market analysis have participated with session. Dr. U.Subrahmanyam, Director IIE proposed vote of thanks.

Participants in the Interactive Session: Sri.J.Hari Narayana, I.A.S.,(Retd.,) Chairman IRDA, Sri. Debashish Basu, Founder Editor and Publisher, Money Life Foundation, Sri. L.V. Subrahmanyam, I.A.S., Principal Secretary, Finance Department, Dr.Goutham Pingle, Dean ASCI, Smt. Sucheta Dalal, Consulting Editor, Money Life Founder Trustee of Money Life Foundation, Mumbai, and others.

 

 
   
 
 
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