The wealth creation conversation of 2016 brought together women leaders of diverse fields on a single platform. The aim was to equip women to explore wealth creation opportunities
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi |Â November 17, 2016
English business channel BTVi hosted âWomen & Wealthâ, the wealth creation conversation of 2016, with Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, stock market wealth guru and ace investor.
Smriti Irani, Union Textiles Minister, also the driving force behind the NGO -- People for Change-- and Ekta Kapoor, Jt. MD, Balaji Telefilms, were a part of the conversation to share their experience in this regard. The event anchored by Siddharth Zarabi, Executive Editor, BTVi with Radhika Bajaj, Presenter, ?Thomson Reuters, brought together women business leaders, young women, aspiring entrepreneurs and women professionals across sectors on a single platform to discuss this topic.
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala said, âI am glad to be a part of this show as I believe it is my responsibility to give my bit to educate as many citizens as possible to take correct financial decisions. As women and wealth are synonymous, earning wealth by legitimate means holds utmost importance. I would suggest donât try to time markets and have holding power in investments.â
Smriti Irani, Union Textile Minister, said, âI am thankful to BTVi and Jhunjhunwala, for taking out time for this discussion on âWomen and Wealthâ. We need such insightful initiatives for better understanding of investment and wealth. We at People for Change hope to strengthen women from all financial groups to take responsible wealth decisions for themselves and their families.â
Ekta Kapoor, Jt. MD, Balaji Telefilms, said, âI have been a risk taker myself in my earlier stages of financial planning. Women are management gurus, they manage home finances efficiently and have the ability to manage wealth as well. With responsible insights from people like Jhunjhunwala, women can outshine in wealth creation.â
Commenting on the initiative, Siddharth Zarabi, Executive Editor, BTVi, said, âI would like to extend our sincere appreciation to Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Smriti Irani and Ekta Kapoor for being a part of the show. This initiative brought together women in business under one roof to educate them on how to take financial decisions. The show is aimed at equipping women with the right kind of information that would prepare and empower them to take specific steps towards planning their future and explore wealth creation opportunities.â
Zarabi added, âI am proud to announce that in the coming months this show will aim to reach as many women as possible in several cities across India to broaden the conversations around âWomen and Wealth.â
BTVi, the English business channel with access to newsmakers and research-based data, focuses on stories that affect markets and business. Reuters and BTVi have joined hands to bring financial and business news from across the globe to Indian viewers.