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The Centre for Capital Markets invites you to a talk on “Building an Investment Profession in India” by Mr. Paul Smith, President & CEO , CFA Institute. The talk is scheduled to take place on Monday, April 20, 2015 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm at the MDC Seminar Hall, IIMB Campus.
The IIM-B Networth Finance Club brings to you a weekly digest covering all important economic & business events and key global indices movements. All future issues of this digest can be found under Resources for Students – IIM-B Student Networth Club Click here to read the issue for the
We are pleased to announce Rohit Kumar Jain and Harshal Ashok Waghmare, both first year students of the Post Graduate Program at IIM-Bangalore, as the Bloomberg Champions from IIM-B for the year 2015 – 16. During this stint, they will help promote the use of Bloomberg on campus and also
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Networth brings to you the fifth issue of Deal Fix. This edition focuses on rise of Real Estate Investments in India (REITs etc.) and increased M&As in the startup arena. If you wish to share your views on this edition or anything in the deals, finance spectrum, please do drop in
The Centre for Financial Stability, a US think-tank, keeps track of Financial Stability Reports from 60 different countries, 24 developed and 36 emerging. They are available on (this) page.
The Centre for Financial Markets and Risk Management at IIM-Bangalore is pleased to announce the first in its series of workshops, conducted by Srinidhi Raghavendra, Vice President, Commodities at Singapore Exchange. During the workshop, Srinidhi will describe commodity and commodity derivatives markets, structures and exchange systems. Commodity trading strategies and
The following piece by Prof. SG Badrinath, Visiting Faculty & Chair, CCMRM, IIM-B was featured on Monday, 15th February 2015 in the Opinions section of the Mint newspaper. http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/lB2jl53gYNMSfU5BNH53YI/GDP-data-pitfalls-of-overscepticism.html In the last week, there have been a number of pieces talking about the dramatic revision in Indian GDP estimates. On