"The CAD is likely to improve in the short-run as oil prices are falling. Also, gold import is expected to be lower than last financial year," Kotak said addressing a Kotak BFSI (Banking, Financial Services and Insurance) conference here.
He, however, said though these factors will support the CAD situation in the short-term, the government has to come up with steps to reduce the widening trade deficit in the long-run.
The CAD was around 4 per cent of GDP in the last financial year, which was just 2.5 per cent in the previous fiscal. At present, financing of CAD looks difficult due to the falling capital inflows owing to the global economic turmoil.
Referring to the European situation, Kotak said there is less possibility of Greece exiting the 17-member monetary union.
"At some level, Germany will give into save the euro zone from breaking up," he said, adding solutions like a euro bond issue may come up in the future.
Kotak also said he is not negative on the markets and the rupee depreciation is helping certain sections of investors.
"The competitive intensity of some exporters have improved drastically due to the rupee fall, and they should take this opportunity to grow as much as possible as such events don't come in often," he said.