Objective: To intensify the information exchange of the results in theoretical research and practical developments in the field of accounting and finance.
Session I: Emerging Trends in Global Accounting, CA K. Raghu
He highlighted on the global trends in Accounting of adopting new developments such as cloud computing, IFRS, Extensible business reporting languages, Big Data and analytics, forensic accounting and fraud detection, challenges for the accounting profession were shared. Finally, he quoted “Simple, Humble, Hardworking, Passionate, Ethical and Boldness leads to the success of an individual” followed with interaction.
Session II: Trends and challenges in Wealth Management, Shri. PhaniSekharPonangi
Description about the scope of wealth management in India in the present context, he also explained on the opportunities and benefits of wealth management and exploring career opportunities of wealth management. Lastly, he quoted in his session “Wealth is when money works for you” followed with interaction.
Session III: Impact of GST on Indian Business, CA. Madhukar N Hiregange
In presentation he discussed the brief about GST, measures welcomed by industry, concerns of Industry, features of GST, case study, Impact of GST and its opportunities in Indian and followed by interaction.
Session IV: Access to capital Markets prospects and challenges, Shri Ajay Thakur
In the session, he discussed about the SME platform, benefits and challenges of SME companies, listing importance and also emphasized on to create equity creation. Followed by interaction.
A total of 60 papers were presented at the conference relating to Accounting and Finance.
List of Resource Persons with details:
Inauguration: Shri. George Edward Johnston, Head India Product, Barclays Investment Bank.
Sessions I: CA K. Raghu, Former president of ICAI, Board Member of International Federation of Accountant
Sessions II: Shri. PhaniSekharPonangi,
Charted Alternate Investment Analyst,
Fund manager Karvy stock broking ltd, Mumbai.
Sessions III: CA. Madhukar N Hiregange, Senior Partner of Hiregange and Associates.
Sessions IV: Ajay Thakur, Head BSE SME, Mumbai
Valedictory: Dr. Sri Ram Kothapalli, V.P. Quality Head, ITC Infotech ltd
Outcome: The Conference brought altogether over 143 delegates from countries like United Kingdom, Oman and Dubai, Indian States such as Maharastra, Orissa, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka, who took part in the conference to shared their experiences to learn from one another and to debate the future development of Accounting and finance. The conference embedded Key Note sessions, plenary sessions (Paper Presentations) and round table conference to enable delegates to discuss and deliberate emerging trends in Accounting and finance. this conference provided a forum for researchers, educators, students and industries to exchange ideas, to communicate and discuss research finding and new advances in the field of Accounting and finance and also to enable the participants to explore possible avenues to foster academic and student exchange, as well as scientific activities within the region and India as a whole.