2018

Mar 01 Mumbai

The FouRs of Growth

7

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Summary

 

The macros and micros are signalling that India's growth story is beginning to chug along.

 

We believe the shape and pace of recovery in fiscal 2019 will be driven by the four 'R's - resolution of banking stress, rural rejuvenation, relentless implementation of reforms, and return of global growth.

 

And would also be a likely kicker from faster and synchronised recovery in global growth.

 

Will India be able to take advantage this time around after missing the opportunity in 2017 because of demonetisation and hiccups during the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax?

 

What's in store for India in fiscal 2019?

 

For answers, CRISIL invites you to a seminar India Outlook 2018-19, which would take a topdown and bottom-up look through macros and industrial sectors to paint the landscape.

 

Agenda*

 

9:30 am

Registration

10:00 am

Opening address and context setting

Ashu Suyash, MD & CEO, CRISIL

10:15 am

CRISIL presentation and panel discussion on

‘The big picture: Will the economy muddle through or take off?’
Panelists

  • Neelkanth Mishra, India equity strategist, Credit Suisse
  • Sajjid Chinoy, Chief India Economist, JP Morgan
  • Indira Rajaraman, Former Member of the 13th Finance Commission
  • Andreas Bauer, Senior Resident Representative, IMF India               

Moderated by Dharmakirti Joshi, Chief Economist, CRISIL

11:30 am

CRISIL presentation and panel discussion on

‘Is NCLT the turning point in India’s stressed assets saga?’
Panelists

  • V Srinivasan, Deputy Managing Director, Axis Bank
  • Sandeep Parekh, Founder, Finsec Law Advisors

Moderated by Gurpreet Chhatwal, President, CRISIL Ratings

1:00 pm

Closing remarks and vote of thanks

1:05 pm

Networking lunch

 

*Tentative programme

 

Venue
 

Grand Ballroom - II & III, Grand Hyatt, Santa Cruz (East), Mumbai


R.S.V.P.

  • Priyanka Shinde
    CRISIL Limited
    B: +91 22 3342 8037
    priyanka.shinde@ext-crisil.com