Mint Stressed Assets Investment Summit
Indian banking has now become one of the most contrained in Asia due to bad loans. Overall stressed advances at Indian banks have jumped to Rs 8 trillion, as per a recent report by EY. However, a number of funds, both domestic and foreign are keen on investing in distressed assets in India. Policy moves like approval for 100% FDI in the ARC space and the new bankruptcy law are also expected to help investors as well as strengthen the rights of debt holders.
Mint organised Mint Stressed Assets Investment Summit to outline the current status of the stressed asset market in India and to present its outlook for the near future by inviting subject matter experts and thought leaders to give perspectives of different stakeholders operating in this field.
The conference unraveled the good, the bad and the ugly from a risk-return perspective. Some of the leading institutional fund managers, ARCs, turnaround experts were part of the conference.
- Some of the leading institutional fund managers, ARCs, turnaround experts were part of the conference.
- The event witnessed the participation of high profile executives and decision makers from Indian & Global Private Equity, Banks, ARCs, Stressed Assets Companies, Restructuring & Turnaround Experts and other Deal-makers.
- Keynote Address by M.S. Sahoo, Chairman, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India
“Investing in a perfect storm”
Venue and Date
16th December 2016, Mumbai