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Participation in a Conference on "Finance in Digital Era: Navigating the knowns and unknowns" on 6th and 7th November 2017 at Hotel Trident, Mumbai

TO ALL THE MEMBERS,

With reference to the above, we are glad to inform you that Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and Indian Banks Association (IBA) are jointly organizing FIBAC – an annual Banking Conference on 6th and 7th November 2017 at Hotel Trident, Nariman Point, Mumbai with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) as its Knowledge Partner. The theme of the Conference is “Finance in Digital Era: Navigating the knowns and unknowns".

Mr. N S Vishwanathan, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has kindly agreed to inaugurate the conference. This annual flagship conference, which has now become the marquee event in the calendar of members of the entire Banking and Financial Sector fraternity in the country, is eagerly looked forward to, and even draws participation from different parts of the world. Chairmen, MDs, CEOs of different leading Banks – both from the Public and Private Sectors are scheduled to share their expertise and knowledge in the area of modern finance, as Guest Speakers during the Conference. Participation in the Conference is priced. Participation Fee for Non-FICCI/Non-IBA members is Rs.15000 + 18% GST. A copy of the Programme and Registration Form is enclosed herewith for your information and confirmation for your participation.

Considering the growing importance on Digital World on issues relating to the modern-day-financing, in case, your company is interested in participation in the above mentioned Conference, you may like to confirm participation directly to FICCI at the earliest but not later than 5th November 2017 (Contact Persons: Ms Rosy Jose / Mr. Yogesh at 011-23487424 (D)/ 23487290 ; email at fibac2017@ficci.com) with a copy forwarded to the Council for follow-ups, if necessary.

Regards,

Srijib Roy

Additional Director,

SRTEPC

Mumbai

 

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