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Injeti Srinivas: Why India Needed Bankruptcy Reform
Injeti Srinivas, Secretary to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs for the Government of India, explains the factors that led to the need for India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of 2016. He spoke at “Speeding Up Solvency,” an India Business Initiative event of Columbia Business School in Mumbai, India on January 17, 2019.
After India’s Bankruptcy Reform, “The Entire Ecosystem Evolved,” says Rajnish Kumar
Rajnish Kumar, CEO of the State Bank of India shares the bankers’ perspective on the entry of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of 2016 at the India Business Initiative’s “Speeding Up Solvency” event in Mumbai, India on January 17, 2019.
India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code: The Business Perspective
Company leaders and entrepreneurs affected by insolvency and bankruptcy reflect on how the new law impacts their businesses and investments. They spoke at “Speeding Up Solvency,” Columbia Business School’s India Business Initiative event in Mumbai, India on January 17, 2019.
How Will the Trump Administration Affect India?
We asked business leaders in Mumbai to prognosticate on how Trump administration policies might play out in their home country.
What Should Outsiders Know About Doing Business in India?
Frank talk on mistakes outsiders make when attempting to enter this polyglot market.
Investing in Indian Infrastructure
Top leaders discuss infrastructure investment, imperatives for a rapidly growing economy, and strategies to fuel balanced growth.
Balram Bhargava, All India Institute of Medical Sciences
“Jugaad” innovation – a quick fix – is not synonymous with frugal innovation.
Thulasiraj Ravilla, Executive Director, LAICO-Aravind Eye Care System
Innovators need to focus on a goal beyond themselves. Otherwise, they’re more likely to achieve only incremental change.
R. Gopalakrishnan: Why Management is a Performing Art
Director, Tata Sons
Director, Tata Sons
Why Management Is a Performing Art
Ashok Seth, Chairman, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute
In a country with 1.3 billion people, government can't possibly provide healthcare for all.
Nachiket Mor, Board Chair, CARE India, and Board Member, Reserve Bank of India
Shifting the dialogue on healthcare means focusing less on diagnostics and procedures and more on patient care.
Neil W. Schluger, Professor of Medicine, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
If for no other reason than enlightened self interest, it behooves business to invest in eradicating TB.