Development of Indian forex market

 

The Indian foreign exchange market has come off age in terms of variety of instruments, participants and the overall market turnover. Simplification of operating procedures and introduction of several new instruments has provided greater flexibility to the market participants in undertaking foreign exchange operations and managing their currency risks. Over the last many years, several measures have been taken to curb the volatility in the domestic forex market.

In order to know the implications of recent economic and regulatory developments on the Indian forex market, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organizing an Open House Discussion on Impact of recent economic and regulatory developments on the Indian forex market on Tuesday 31st October 2017 from 9:30 am onwards at PHD House, New Delhi. This will provide an excellent platform to get the first hand information and create awareness on impact of recent economic and regulatory developments on Indian Forex market.

We are pleased to inform you that Shri R. S. Ratho, Chief General Manager, Financial Markets Operation Department, Reserve Bank of India from Mumbai and Shri Vikas Jaiswal, Assistant General Manager, RBI, Foreign Exchange Department, New Delhi have very kindly consented to participate as an esteemed speakers in the Open House Discussion

 

We hope that the Open House will serve as a platform to open intellectual discussions to assess the impact of recent economic and regulatory developments on Indian Forex market and brainstorm on the measures to mitigate the same.

We would be grateful to you for your kind presence during the session and request you to kindly make it convenient for being with us.

A line in confirmation through email to Ms. Surbhi Sharma, Sr. Research Officer, PHD Chamber at research@phdcci.in or sunitag@phdcci.in or Fax at 011—26855450 shall be highly appreciated.

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