Small & Medium Business Development Chamber of India Organises 4th Edition of Annual Activity
“INDIA SME BANKING CONCLAVE”
Theme: “Strengthening SMEs to Survive in Competitive Market”
30th January, 2016 | Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai
§ Shri Jayant Sinha – Hon’ble Minister of State for Finance*
§ Shri Ashwani Kumar – Chairman, Indian Banks’ Association and Chairman & Managing Director, Dena Bank
§ Shri Amitabh Verma – ED & Head – SME Banking, DBS Bank India
§ Shri Ashishkumar Chauhan – MD & CEO, BSE Ltd.
§ Shri Suhas Sahakari – Managing Director, SVC Co-operative Bank Ltd.
§ Shri Jyoti Prakash Gadia – Managing Director, Resurgent India Ltd.
§ Shri Chandrakant Salunkhe – Founder & President, SME Chamber of India and Chairman & Managing Director, Macro Group of Companies
Panel Discussion on
Ecosystem for Transforming SMEs into emerging Corporate
Chaired by: Shri Ajai Kumar – Erstwhile Chairman & MD, Corporation Bank & Advisor, Yes Bank
§ Shri. Suresh Khatanhar – CGM, IDBI Bank Ltd.
§ Shri. Ajit E. Venugopalan – CGM-Credit – SVC Co-operative Bank Ltd.
§ Shri. Shishir Sandipan – Sr. Vice President, Aon Global Insurance Brokers Pvt. Ltd.
§ Shri V. Srinivasan – Chief Strategy Officer and Business Head, CRISIL Limited
§ Manufacturing Industry and SMEs – Challenges and Opportunities
§ Strengthening SMEs for sustainable growth – Role of NBFCs
§ Start-up Entrepreneurs – Growth, Finance and Promotion
§ NPA Definition – Need of the hour for change
§ NBFCs and Financial Institutions – Action plan for SME growth
§ Family Owned Businesses – Growth Story and Issues
Followed by Q & A
Accelerating Finance for SME Growth- Strategies and Initiatives
§ Factoring for SMEs: An alternative option to access credit
§ Good Governance and Business Ethics – Empower SME Management
§ Advantage of Electronic Platform to get receivables from large companies
§ Ecosystem for getting trade receivables – the Role of Ministry of MSME
§ Export Finance – Measures and Initiatives
§ Venture Capital Funding Opportunities for SMEs
§ SME Stock Exchange – Capital Market Access for SMEs
§ Investment opportunities for emerging industries
Make-In-India Initiative: Advantages & Impact on Industry and SMEs
17th National “India SME Excellence Awards” Presentation Ceremony
Releasing Activity report of the Chamber for 2015
§ Shri Ravindra Nath – Chairman & Managing Director, NSIC
Guest of Honour & Keynote Speaker:
§ Dr. K. Shivaji – Chairman and Managing Director, SIDBI
Special Address by:
§ Shri. Rajnish Kumar – Managing Director, State Bank of India
End of the Summit
CONCLAVE PARTICIPATION FEE
§ For SMES – Rs. 2,500/- + Service Tax @ 14.5% per head
§ For Bankers / Financial Institutions / NBFCs / PE & VC – Rs. 5,000/- + Service Tax @ 14.5% per head
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