The IFLR India Capital Markets Forum will be taking place again on Thursday January 21 2016 in Mumbai. In the face of global market volatility, India’s economic outlook remains positive with many corporates expressing optimism in the continued implementation of reforms. Having surpassed China as the fastest growing economy in the world, India is well placed for an abundance of opportunities in its securities markets.The fifth annual IFLR India Capital Markets Forum will explore the different avenues and trends that leading stakeholders are exploring to achieve growth with their business in such environment.Attracting over 250 delegates last year, the IFLR India Capital Markets Forum 2016 will bring together key regulators with leading practitioners from banks, corporates and top international and local law firms to discuss the vital issues for raising capital in 2015 in a panel session format. They will also discuss opinionson where government policy is heading.Reserve your place today
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