This one-day conference is expected to attract over 300 business leaders and provide extensive networking opportunities for domestic and international financial institutions;
The conference will open with a keynote address by the Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO), with the Director General & Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Ajay Sahai, giving a presentation on how government policies are helping facilitate trade.
As the biggest trade and export finance gathering in India, the conference brings together decision makers from some of the country’s biggest corporate players, including Reliance Industries, Essar Group, ABB India and Konecranes, to give their unique insights into today’s market. The will also attract many local and international delegates from the banking and financial services sectors to discuss liquidity challenges, corporate demand for capital, the impact of changing global trade flows and specific industry case studies.
“India’s economy has fluctuated of late with concern growing in many sectors regarding the impact of global economic conditions,”
With so many high-level delegates in attendance, networking will be a key feature throughout the day. With a specific networking lunch, an evening drinks reception and numerous breaks, there is ample opportunity for anyone serious about doing business in India to create new business contacts and build relationships with the market’s main players.
“The annual India trade and export finance conference has rightly become a flagship event within the Exporta Asia calendar,” says Rupert Sayer, CEO of Exporta Asia. “Many delegates and supporters return year after year and have helped develop this key industry gathering into a hotbed of contemporary discussion and unrivalled networking. We look forward to facilitating business in the region for many years to come.”
The conference welcomes support from leading initiations, such as ICICI Bank, Bank of America, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Westpac, India Factoring, J.P. Morgan, Ace Global Depository, Dentons, UBI Banca and Codix. The event has institutional partnerships with BAFT-IFSA, Swift, All India Association of Industries, ICISA, the SME Chamber of India, India International Trade Centre, Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, IFG, Europe-India SME Business Council, SME Export Promotion Council, the Cool Connection, the Supply Chain Finance Community, and the Maharashtra Industry and Economic Development Association.
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