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XLRI to host its annual finance symposium on November 5

Jamshedpur : Xavier School of Management ( XLRI) is hosting ‘GNOSIS 2016’ – its annual finance symposium. The 7th edition of the symposium will be held in Mumbai on November 5.

The symposium brings together industry stalwarts, policy makers, regulators and entrepreneurs to discuss their views on issues that are the next big catalysts in the financial landscape of India. The symposium is organized by the Finance Association at XLRI (FINAX).

Keeping in mind the fast paced environment and disruption in the financial domain in the country, the theme for GNOSIS 2016 is “Changing Landscape of Banking & Financial Services.”

The keynote address for the conference will be delivered by Mr PS Jayakumar – MD & CEO, Bank of Baroda. The conference also includes two panel discussions on “Asset Quality challenges and Impact of technology in banking’’ and ‘’Fintech: Disruption in the Industry’’ featuring industry leaders like Mr Ananth Venkat – MD & Regional Head, Standard Chartered; Mr Ajay Mahajan- Group Executive President, IDFC Bank Limited; and Special Guest Sessions by Mr AP Hota – MD & CEO, National Payments Corporation of India; Samit Ghosh – Founder & CEO, Ujjivan Financial Services amongst other distinguished guests.

Celebrating its 25th year, FINAX is also hosting the GNOSIS Excellence Awards this year as part of the symposium which will recognize industry stalwarts in the banking and financial services domain who have done exceedingly well, for their contributions which have truly impacted the sector.

Established in 1991, over the last 25 years, The Finance Association at XLRI [FINAX] has striven to contribute its best to the professional growth and management of innumerable students specialising in the finance domain through their events, conferences, competitions and live projects. You can follow or for more details.

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.

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