EuroFinance to host 13th annual Indian Cash, Treasury & Risk Management Conference in Mumbai next week

  • Conference will focus on India’s economic growth in times of disruption

Mumbai: Over 300 senior-levelTreasurers, Financial Controllers, CFOs and public and private sector decision-makers from India’s leading companies will come together on 23-24 November, 2015 at Taj Lands End Hotel in Mumbai, for the 13th EuroFinance India Conference on Cash, Treasury and Risk Management. The current disruptions affecting India’s business landscape will be a major point of discussion.

India’s influence on global business is increasing, but how is it being affected by global disruptions and how are companies adapting to changes across the board? It is a crucial time for companies to consider how they should position themselves in this environment.

EuroFinance will bring together their global expertise to India, where they have blended international themes into the Indian context and introduced exciting new themes such as digital disruption, progress of solutions and ideas in treasury and the future of banking. The conference will help finance professionals in the country gain perspective on these issues and work out how to overcome the associated challenges in order to grow their business and subsequently India’s economy. 

Global and local best practices will be unveiled, alongside key elements of risk, balance sheet, collections and payments. Also on the agenda will be the way companies can re-assess the way they harness the power of technology and infrastructure to help keep their financial position ahead of the curve.

Bank of America is the global sponsor and DBS, BNP Paribas and Deloitte are the official sponsors for the two-day conference.  Key speakers at EuroFinance’s conference include:  Harjeet Kohli, Group Treasurer at Bharti Airtel, Dr Ajit Ranade, Group Chief Economist of Aditya Birla Group and Venkatesh Krishnamoorti, Senior Director of Treasury at Cognizant Technology Solutions India Pvt Ltd.

Key topics to be discussed will include:

  • Making ‘Make in India’ happen: The funding story
  • Cyber security in treasury
  • Key global regulatory changes
  • How payments can be mitigated against global risk

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