The ratio of bond issuances and liquidity has increased in India in the past 10 years, however, state governments issue more bonds than the Central Government, currently. Thus, the Corporate bond market in countries such as the U.S is more developed than in India. While banks have the right of issuing bonds, other entities should also be allowed to issue bonds, to ensure the development of the Corporate debt market in India.
The Panel Discussion on Corporate Debt Market “Issues and Challenges,” organised by the Bombay Chamber saw two knowledge-packed sessions by our expert panelists who gave their insights on the topics: Learnings from the Past and Present to Create A Vibrant Debt Market Future and Role Of Debt Market – Funding India’s Journey To $5 Trillion Economy. The Keynote address by Shri. T Rabi Sankar, Deputy Governor, RBI, highlighted the prospects and challenges of the Corporate Bond Markets in India.
Ms. Latha Venkatesh, Executive Editor, CNBC
Mr. Nilesh Shah, Group President & MD, Kotak Mahindra Bank
Mr. Neeraj Gambhir, Group Executive, Axis Bank
Mr. Jayesh Mehta, MD & Country Treasurer, Bank of America
Mr. Tamal Bandyopadhyay, Consulting Editor, Business Standard
Mr. Rajiv Anand, Deputy Managing Director, Axis Bank
Mr. Abizer Diwanji, Head Financial Services, Ernst & Young Global Consulting Services
Mr. Suresh Krishnamurthy, Senior Director – Market Intelligence & Analytic CRISIL Limited
Prof Ananth Narayan, Associate Professor(Adjunct), Finance & Economics, SPJIMR SP Jain Institute of Management & Research
Knowledge Partner :
NRB Bearings Limited
SPA Capital Services Ltd.
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