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Monthly Seminar Series on
India’s Financial Sector

ICRIER launched a monthly seminar series on India’s Financial Sector in October 2006.  The seminar generally takes place on the first Tuesday of every month, subject to the availability of the speaker.  The objectives of the seminar series is three fold:

  • to encourage the exchange of ideas across a wide range of financial sector issues
  • to facilitate interaction between policy makers, industry representatives and the academic community working in the field of financial sector in India
  • to disseminate current findings of research on financial sector issues in India

Several eminent personalities working in Indian finance have delivered seminars in the seminar series.  

Date Speaker Title
April 3, 2007
Prof. M. S. Sriram, Professor, IIM Ahmedabad
Financial Flows of the Rural Poor: A Study in Dungarpur District, Rajasthan
March 6, 2007
Susan Thomas, Assistant Professor, IGIDR, Mumbai
Agricultural Commodities Derivatives Market in India
February 6, 2007
K. P. Krishnan, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Government of India
Anti Money Laundering Regime in India
January 9, 2007
Jayanth R. Varma, Professor, IIM, Ahmedabad
Risk Management at Indian Exchanges: Going Beyond Value at Risk
December 5, 2006
Dilip M. Nachane, Senior Professor, IGIDR, Mumbai
Basel II : A Critical Appraisal from an Indian Perspective
November 14, 2006
S. L. Shetty, Director, EPW Research Foundation, Mumbai
Policy Responses to the Failure of Formal Banking Institutions to Expand Credit Delivery for Agriculture and Non-Farm Informal Sectors: The Ground Reality and Tasks Ahead
October 3,
Ajay Shah, Former Consultant, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India
Indian stock market volatility


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