New Delhi, Aug 23: The first day of two-day India Banking Conclave witnessed vibrant discussion with respect to Development Finance, reforms in the banking sector and India vision 2030 and Banking.
The conclave is being organised by the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and the government Think Tank NITI Aayog. Not only the best minds of the banking and financial sectors will participate but also some renowned international names too will figure as the sector is undergoing a major churning at least in India. The focus will be on reform in the banking sector.
Two-day conclave organised is planned in such a way that deliberations on every issue that is good for the banking industry and such issues that are plaguing the sector will be compiled in the form of a report for handing it over to the government so that action can be initiated on them in the long run.
The programme will see panel discussions on NPAs, development of banks with changing times, privatisation versus merger and the future of banking, among other issues.