Brickwork Finance Academy announces Public Finance - India & US, at its campus on Kalena Agrahara, Bannerghatta Road, on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 11 am.
The session would look at the fiscal and monetary policies of both India and US with reference to the present economic conditions. While no one doubts the long term growth story of India, the present seems precarious. The uncertainties in the Indian political parties, fiscal deficits of governments, inadequate penetration of banking system, uncomfortable level of inflation have made decision making difficult. While the country has undertaken many reforms in the financial sector, reforms in the real sector have been lacking. The US too shows political gridlock in cutting budget deficit and faces an election year that can throw up huge challenges for the next President. The US monetary policy with substantial quantitative easing has tripled the Fed's balance sheet, yet the credit growth has not taken off. While the US corporate profits are healthy, the employment growth has not picked up.
The session is part of promoting financial literacy and discussions amongst interested professionals. The session is short and expected to be over by 12.30. Those interested should rush their email with brief profile to email@example.com.
Based on availability of seats, invitations will be sent. The event is by invitation only. Please call: Raghavendra @ 97434 37999 or Arti/Priya @ 97434 37888 for registration.
For more details on Brickwork Finance Academy please visit www.bfa-india.org.
Raghavendra, +91 97434 37999
Arti/Priya, +91 97434 37888