The Indian Economy & Banking Sector Outlook 2022
The Indian economy is still dealing with the disruption from COVID-19. It prompted an unprecedented government and private institutions’ response, unlike anything we’ve seen in decades.
This has brought a renewed focus to all players. i.e. investors, governments, and corporations speculate about its long-term political, economic, and social consequences.
What are the Indian government’s key policy priorities to rebuild the economy and will they ensure a resilient, sustainable recovery in 2022 and beyond?
This webinar will explore insights on how India can tap its fundamental potential to set its economy on a high-growth path as well as:
- Factors driving the economic revival
- Global and domestic sentiments
- Measures for growth ahead
- Banking sector as a catalyst for transformation
Date: Jan 31, 2022
Time: 5:00 pm IST
Dr. Manoranjan Sharma
Chief Economist, Infomerics Ratings
Dr. Manoranjan Sharma, Chief Economist, Infomerics Ratings, Delhi has a brilliant academic record. He was the Chief Economist of Canara Bank for 17 years, General Manager for 6 years, and Chief Learning Officer for 5 years.
His papers and books, viz., Global Financial Meltdown; Leading Issues in Indian Economy; Studies in Money, Finance and Banking; India’s Transforming Financial Sector; Dynamics of Indian Banking; and Indian Economic Policies and Data figure in Libraries of almost all top Universities of the world, viz., Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, London School of Economics, Library of Congress, Washington; Harvard, Princeton, Yale, etc.
He has 300 publications, including in The Business Review (Cambridge, US), Journal of Economy and Business (Bulgaria), Occasional Papers (RBI, Mumbai), The Indian Banker (IBA, Mumbai), Bank Quest (IIBF, Mumbai), CAB Calling (RBI, Pune), The Eastern Anthropologist (Lucknow), Lucknow Management Association Convention Journal (IIM, Lucknow), Professional Banker (ICFAI, Hyderabad), Analyst (ICFAI, Hyderabad), Yojana (Information and Broadcasting Ministry), Property World (global London-based UBM group, Mumbai), The Economic Times, Financial Express, Times of India, Hindu Business Line.
His views have been repeatedly cited in The Associated Press (New York), Dow Jones (New York), International Herald-Tribune (New York), Wall Street Journal (New York).