ADFIAP annual meeting in New Delhi to cover inclusive and sustainable development

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ADFIAP’s 41st Annual Meeting with the theme, “Promoting Inclusive & Sustainable Development—Role of DFIs,” will be held at the ITC Maurya in New Delhi, India on February 20-22, 2018. The event, hosted by ADFIAP members in the India which include IDBI Bank Limited, Export-Import Bank of India, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, National Small Industries Corporation, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, National Housing Bank and North Eastern Development Finance Corporation Ltd., will be keynoted by the Honorable Union Finance Minister, Mr. Arun Jaitley, and attended by more than a hundred delegates from ADFIAP members, partners, and invited guests.

To be presented by international and local speakers are five (5) different topical sessions covering, “Agricultural and Rural Development” (Session 1); “Affordable Housing” ( Session 2); “Micro Small and Medium Enterprises” (Session 3); “Infrastructure Development” (Session 4); and “International Trade” (Session 5).

A pre-meeting session on “Cleantech Finance Lab: Scaling Cleantech Innovation and Financing” will also be conducted in the afternoon of February 19. The event is under the EU-grant funded project, Asian Cleantech MSME Financing Network (ACMFN) that aims to build and leverage a cleantech financing eco-system to spark improved access to finance for Asian cleantech enterprises.

Other highlights of the annual meeting include the Welcome Dinner and Awards Night, the 87th ADFIAP Board of Directors Meeting, the 23rd Extra-ordinary Meeting of the General Assembly, the Delegate-Meets-Delegate networking sessions, the Closing Dinner, and Fellowship Day.

ADFIAP welcomes all of its members to New Delhi, India! Please click here for more details of the event:

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