The Indian Economy Blog

March 19, 2006

Investing in India: A 20/20 Perspective

Filed under: Business — Reuben Abraham @ 6:04 am

The South Asia Business Association (SABA) at Columbia Business School is organizing a conference on April 14th, titled Investing in India: A 20/20 Perspective. The keynote speeches are by Sam Pitroda and Kanwal Rekhi of TiE. Other speakers include Jagdish Bhagwati, Rajesh Hukku of Iflex, Joydeep Mukherji of S&P, Sanjeev Sanyal of Deutsche Bank, Anjali Kumar of Acumen Fund, David Good of the TATA group, Sreedhar Menon, chairman of Viteos capital markets, and Ajay Sharma, the director of Merill Lynch’s Pvt Equity Group. There are panels on capital markets, private equity and social enterprise, among others. If you’re in the NYC area on the 14th and have an interest in investing in India (in any form), I’d urge you to attend. You can register for the conference here.

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