Jamshedpur: XLRI- Xavier School of Management, the premier private B School in India, is to host ‘GNOSIS 2013’ – its Annual Finance Symposium for the fourth time on 8th November, 2013 at Hotel ITC Grand in Mumbai.
The symposium aims to bring together industry stalwarts and policy makers to discuss their views on issues that are the next big catalysts in the global financial landscape. The event is organized by Finance Association at XLRI (FINAX).
Keeping the current economic scenario of the country in mind, the theme for GNOSIS 2013 is “Role of Financial Services in Mitigating the Crisis”.
The event is expected to witness influential professionals from industry and academia that will deliberate upon issues plaguing the economy at the moment and to get answers as to how to the crisis can be mitigated.
The key speakers in the panel to Mr. SV Murali Dhar Rao- Executive Director, SEBI; Mr. Bunty Bohra- CEO, Goldman Sachs; Mr. Abraham Chacko- Director, Federal Bank; Mr. Narayan Swamy- Director and Head of Investments, Citibank; Mr. Anant Narayan- Head of Wholesale Banking, South East Asia, Standard Chartered Bank; Ms. Geeta Andradas – MD & CEO Citizen Credit Cooperative Bank; Mr. Rajeev Gupta- Ex Merrill Lynch India Head amongst other distinguished guests.
“It will be heartening to see the youth pick up issues and questioning the current thought leaders. It is a highly commendable effort by our students to be able to bring together such a vast and highly revered group of professionals.
GNOSIS is a one-of-its kind Finance Symposium we expect it to go a long way”, commented Dr. Pranabesh Ray, Dean, XLRI.
XLRI Jamshedpur is a premier, private management school in the country founded in 1949 by Fr Quinn Enright, S.J. in the Steel city of Jamshedpur, Jharkhand.
Over the last few decades, XLRI has striven to contribute its best to the professional growth and management of innumerable institutions that serve the public, especially organized industry, labour, service agencies engaged in rural development, education, health and other public systems.