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Dainik Bhaskar Group announces Financial Inclusion Conclave

The inaugural edition of the conclave will be held in New Delhi on August 29

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | August 23, 2012

Dainik Bhaskar Group’s National Government Vertical has added a Financial Inclusion Conclave in the series of events that includes its flagship property, India Pride Awards, Power Vision Conclave, Mission Infrastructure Conclave and National Education Summit.

To be held at Hotel Le Meridian, New Delhi on August 29, 2012, ‘Dainik Bhaskar Financial Inclusion Conclave 2012’ is aimed at bringing together the various stakeholders such as policy makers, financial stalwarts, financial institutions, banking and non-banking organisations, IT & technology providers, and social activists to find ways and means of strengthening the country`s financial inclusion process and achieve the dream of ‘Reaching out to the Unreached’.

Jaideep Dhagat

Announcing the launch of Dainik Bhaskar Financial Inclusion Conclave 2012, Jaideep Dhagat, Senior General Manager and Business Head, National Government Vertical, Dainik Bhaskar Group, said, “We have been doing a lot of quality events for the last four years. Financial Inclusion Conclave is a new addition to the series of events conceptualised by National Government Vertical. The conclave aims to bring the stakeholders on one platform under a PPP model where the government and private sector will meet each other. I hope that during the daylong conclave, there will be enough discussions between bankers, policy makers and other stakeholders in the financial sector of India.”

Dr C Rangarajan, Chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, will be the Chief Guest for the Conclave while DK Mehrotra, Chairman, LIC, will deliver the keynote address.

Other prominent speakers at the conclave are:

  • Namo Narayan Meena, Minister of State for Finance
  • Umesh Kumar, Joint Secretary (Banking Administration), Ministry of Finance
  • R Ramaseshan, MD & CEO, NCDEX
  • Speaker from RBI
  • Speaker from LIC
  • Alok Prasad, CEO, Micro Finance Institution Network (MFIN)
  • Sanjeev Pandey, EVP & Country Head - Cooperatives Bank Channel, Yes Bank
  • Anil Kaul, Head Rural and Inclusive Banking Group, ICICI Bank
  • S S Bhat, General Manager-Financial Inclusion, Canara Bank
  • Jayanta K Sinha, Chief General Manager (Rural Business), SBI
  • Chandra Shekhar Ghosh, Chairman & MD, Bandhan
  • Arindom Datta, Senior Director and Head- Rural & Development Banking/Advisory, Rabo India Finance
  • LV Saptarshi, IAS (Retd), Co-Chairman of Confederation of NGOs of Rural India (CNRI)
  • Rabindra Nath Sen, Chairman, Damodar Valley Corporation
  • Usha Gopinath, Director- Client Education Programmes- India, Accion
  • Ambarish Datta, MD & CEO, BSE Institute
  • Ashok Pal Singh, Deputy Director General, UIDAI
  • Roy Mathew, Senior VP & Business Head – e-Governance, IL&FS Education & Technology Services
  • Manish Khera, CEO, FINO Limited
  • AC Mahajan, Chairman, Banking Codes and Standards Board of India
  • Rajeeb Chatterjee, Senior VP, HDFC Bank
  • Deepak Maheshwari, Vice-President, Public Policy, South Asia, MasterCard Worldwide

This initiative is also supported by leading stakeholders in the financial sector and LIC is the title sponsor of the Conclave.

The Financial Inclusion Conclave will enjoy promotional advertising and editorial coverage across Dainik Bhaskar Group’s print publications, digital platforms, India Core platforms. The Conclave will also be deferred telecast on ABP News.

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Comments (2)
  • Dhawal Pand- 7 years ago

    Sir, I am a Ph.D. research scholar and doing my work on financial inclusion.May i attend this conclave? Kindly give me details .

  • jawahar lal- 7 years ago

    Dear sir, I am retired senior manager of bank of baroda. I want to give suggestion for success of financial Inclusion, that instead of giving addition work of FI to staff of nearby branch staff. addition staff should be engaged for the financial Inclusion work