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India 2017: An Investment Destination

Business of Asia

NEW YORK, February 7, 2017 — Business experts discuss how recent reforms in India and the unknown future of U.S. foreign policy could affect India's economy. Speakers included Mark Barnes, partner of international growth and high growth markets at KPMG; Rishi Chugh, partner in charge at KPMG’s U.S.-India practice; Mini Roy, international trade and development industry thought leader at Standard Chartered Bank; Naveen Aggarwal, head of the India-U.S. corridor at KPMG India; and Himanshu Mandavia, tax partner at KPMG India. (1 hr., 21 min.)

Cocktail Reception from 5:30PM

In light of the various developments in India in the last few months and considering the many changes in direct and indirect tax laws likely to come into effect in 2017, what will be the impact on the growth of India’s economy and foreign direct investments? Between comprehensive reforms in India and the unknown future of U.S. foreign policy with a new administration in power, India may be standing at a critical crossroads. Get an informed view and expert insights at this annual event hosted in collaboration with KPMG, timed to coincide with the announcement of the 2017 Indian Budget.


Naveen Aggarwal, Head of India-US Corridor, KPMG India

Nitin Atroley, Head of Sales and Markets, KPMG India

Mark Barnes, Partner, International Corridors, High Growth Markets, KPMG

Rishi Chugh, Partner in Charge, KPMG’s U.S.-India practice

Himanshu Mandavia, Tax partner, KPMG India (on rotation in the United States)

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Event Details

Tue 7 Feb 2017
6:30pm - 8:00pm

Asia Society
725 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021

Members $20; Students/Seniors $25; Nonmembers $30
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