Capital market has truly become the barometer of a country's economic performance. In India, the financial sector in general and the capital markets in particular have seen a comprehensive set of reforms. For such a fast growing economy, capital formation is a pre requisite and imperative. The great significance for capital formation is a developed capital market. In the present times, Indian capital markets are performing a plethora of functions. Since 1991-92, the capital market has reached these levels through a series of comprehensive reform measures introduced by the Government. Along with the opportunities there are various challenges faced by Indian capital markets such as inflation, GDP, index of industrial production, population etc.
To discuss and understand these changes, a conclave on Finance- ‘Opportunities and Challenges in Indian Capital Market’ was organized at Dr. D.Y. Patil B-School on 6th October, 2018. The event was preceded by a week-long simulation game of ‘Mock Share Trading’ in the form of competition designed by Dalal Street Investment Journal.
Dr. Dr.Mohan Khedkar, ex-vice chancellor, Amravati University was the Chief Guest at the event.
The Conclave had eminent panelists like-
- Mr. Kiran Jadhav, Chairman & MD-Kiran Jadhav and Associates
- Mr. Anil Jalihal, CFO- Indo Schottle Autoparts Pvt. Ltd.
- Mr. Anjan Gupta, VP-Morgan Stanley
- Mr. Saket Jain, Product Head - Mortgage at ShareKhanBNP
- Mr. Yogesh Supekar-Senior Editor, Dalal Street Investment Journal
- Mr. Anand Bapat, CEO-Dampf Kolben Engineering Corporation