Emerging Trends In The Global Financial LandscapeApproaches, Challenges & Opportunities 23rd & 24th February, 2015 SCMS, PUNE, INDIA



Padma Bhushan Dr. S. B. Mujumdar

Founder & President, Symbiosis Chancellor, Symbiosis International University

Symbiosis International University Inspired by the ideals of 'Vishwa Bharati' of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore and with a deep desire to help foreign students, an idea of 'Symbiosis' was conceived by Padma Bhushan Dr. S. B.Mujumdar in the year 1971. The motto of Symbiosis is 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' and truly for the foreign students at Pune, it is a 'Home away from Home’. Symbiosis is a multi-lingual, multi-national, multi -cultural educational complex of international repute comprising of institutes imparting training in diverse


National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NAAC)

Emerging Trends In The Global Financial LandscapeApproaches, Challenges & Opportunities

established by the University Grants Commission of India.

23rd & 24th February, 2015 SCMS, PUNE, INDIA

Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, Pune


disciplines at several campuses. Symbiosis International University was accredited and awarded Grade 'A' by the

The journey of Symbiosis Center for Management Studies began at Pune in 2004 and it has seen a progressive growth every year in terms of curriculum design and student intake. The Institute has been ranked second in India in the field of under graduate management education by the India Today Neilson Survey for the year 2014.


Conference Overview


Objectives of the Conference


Suggested Subthemes for Research


Paper submissions


Key Dates


Manuscript Submission


Guidelines for Manuscript Submissions


Registration fee details


Mode of Payment


Advisory Board & Organizing Committee

With state of the art infrastructure and a fully operational campus, SCMS-Pune is emerging as an internationally recognized fully integrated management institute of higher learning. The institute seeks to inculcate a spirit of lifelong learning and aspires to strengthen the capabilities of the students by integrating concepts with applications and values.The institute strives to develop an innovative academic environment through the synergy between faculty, students, industry and technology. The institute encourages constant interaction with the industry and other leading management/ research institutes. The third International Conference is one such endeavour.

Conference Overview The World Economic Forum, in its report ‘Outlook on the Global Agenda 2014’, has indicated “widening income disparities, persistent structural unemployment, diminishing confidence in economic policies, lack of values in leadership and expanding middle class in Asia” as some of the significant top ten trends facing the world. To address issues that emanate from these trends and to provide an impetus for economic growth and development, it is critical to ensure a fundamentally strong, functionally efficient and market driven financial sector. Post the global financial crises, the financial landscape has witnessed significant changes; with policy makers and regulators having embarked on an inclusive reform agenda. There is an increased recognition that the high level of inter-connectedness of economies not only leaves the domestic economy uninsulated from the events elsewhere in the world but also of the need for a collaborative and supportive approach between economies. Consequently all the constituents in the globalized financial sector comprising

of the financial institutions, financial markets, financial instruments and services have undergone reforms aimed at strengthening the financial system in the face of domestic and external crises. Several crucial aspects including prudential norms, recording and reporting financial information, supervision and control, financial inclusion and enhanced Corporate Governance have been the underlying themes of these reforms. Against this backdrop, it is appropriate to discuss, deliberate and conduct research based studies capturing the emerging trends in the global financial landscape. The two day Conference aims to provide a platform for academics, researchers, policy makers, practitioners and representatives of the corporate sector to share their practical experiences and research findings resulting in a better understanding of the global financial sector- the challenges and opportunities. The Conference will see the participation from eminent speakers representing a broad cross section of regulators, bankers, corporates and service providers.

Objectives of the Conference 

To discuss, analyze, share opinions and research based findings so as to build consensus on a wide range of issues pertaining to the global financial sector. To highlight the need and impact of multi-lateral co-operation between countries, institutions, investors, practitioners and policy makers for attaining sustainable financial growth.

To provide a forum for researchers, practitioners and all stakeholders to discuss and arrive at new insights on key aspects of financial regulation globally. To provide an opportunity to researchers and academicians to collaborate and engage in research partnerships.

Suggested Subthemes for Research Paper submissions Financial Services & Financial Instruments

Regulators 

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Strategies for strengthening Financial regulators/ Financial Institutions. Reforms in the Insurance sector/FDI in Insurance Social security through Pension reforms FSLRC recommendations Systemic risk regulation Dodd-Frank Act Non Bank Holding Company (NBHC) structure Macro -Economic Instability/Stability with respect to Financial Sector Reform

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Life and Non-Life insurance Bancassurance Credit Rating Depositories Factoring & Forfaiting Portfolio Management Personal Finance and Wealth Management Asset Management Companies Hire Purchase/ Leasing Structured and Non-Structured products Bitcoins- Rise and fall of digital money

Suggested Subthemes for Research Paper submissions Financial Inclusion: Issues and Challenges      

Broadening and deepening the financial markets Role of Cooperative Banks, RRBs Measuring Financial Inclusion Financial awareness at the bottom of the pyramid Financial literacy among otherwise educated sections of society Financial Education for entrepreneurs of MSME s

Banking Sector     

Financial Markets

Allied areas    

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Financial Marketing Financial Services Market research Ethical issues in Marketing Digital Marketing Trends in Banking and Financial Services Entrepreneurial Finance- Issues and Challenges Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital Reforms in SME Financing Changing financial scenario of Self Help groups Entrepreneurial Sector Reforms Financial reforms for women Entrepreneurs Enterprise Risk Management Human Resource needs in the evolving Financial Sector Strategic HR in Financial Services Recruitment and Retention strategies post the Global Financial Crises

Key Dates Last date for submission of full length papers 10th December, 2014 Notification of Acceptance of the full length papers (International delegates) 1st January, 2015 Notification of Acceptance of the full length papers (Indian delegates) 15th January, 2015 Last date for registration for the Conference 15th February, 2015

Organic and Inorganic growth of Financial Institutions Banking in Emerging markets Financial intermediation by Banks Risk Management in Banking and Financial institutions Transition to BASEL III

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Reforms in the Capital market Equity and Debt Markets Derivatives Market Stock Exchanges

Specialised Institutions 

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Development Finance Institutions in the nature of NABARD/ SIDBI/EXIM/ IDFC/ NHB Role of NBFCs in emerging economy Issues in development and promotion of Asset Finance Companies/Investment Companies/Loan Companies Post Offices & last mile connectivity

Manuscript Submission Original unpublished papers falling under any of the sub themes are welcome. Before submitting your papers please indicate the subtheme under which your paper falls or even touches upon. All abstracts and full length papers should be mailed to

[email protected] Please refer to the paper submission guidelines to help you prepare your paper. The presentations would be done as per the Tracks which would be communicated to the paper presenters before the conference.

Guidelines for Manuscript Submissions Abstract The abstract should not be more than 150 words including key words with Font size 12. The abstract should be followed by 3-5 keywords arranged in alphabetical order.

Full Length papers: 

Times New Roman font must be used throughout the paper.

Title of the paper must be in sentence case, bold and centered with font size 17

 Word limit must be a minimum 2500 words to maximum 6000 words (i.e. minimum 3 to maximum 10 printed pages which include tables, graphs, figures, equations, or any other illustrations).

Authors and affiliations should be followed after the title of paper. The author(s) name should be of font size 13 point and bold. Affiliation(s) of the author(s) along with their full address (es) of organization(s) followed with phone, fax and email should be of font size 8 point, italics, centered and single lined-spaced. 

The body of the paper should follow the abstract and must have the following o





Results or Findings



The body should be single line spaced.

The 6th Edition of APA referencing style must be used in the text as well as in the reference section.

Details of the references quoted in the text should appear at the end of the paper in alphabetical order. References should be single line spaced with font size 9. Strictly use British English. It is responsibility of the author(s) to check grammar, spellings, punctuation marks and the overall English thoroughly before submission of the paper.

Publication Full length papers of accepted abstracts will undergo a double blind peer review process. Selected papers will be published in the SCMS Journal with an ISSN no. However researchers whose research papers are selected for publication in the Institute’s Journal may choose to publish their work elsewhere in which case they must acknowledge that the paper has been presented at the Conference. In case the delegates are not able to physically present their paper, their research paper will be published (in absentia) and a published copy along with the certificate will be dispatched to his/her correspondence address by post soon after the conference.

Registration fee details: Mode of Payment Delegates may remit registration fees by sending a demand draft in favour of Symbiosis Centre For Management Studies (UG) payable at Pune. Payment may also be directly deposited in the Institute’s account.

Details of NEFT/RTGS transfer Bank Name: CORPORATION BANK Branch Name: VIMANNAGAR, PUNE SWIFT No: CORPIN BB 132, Bank Account No: 073900101040101(15 digits). RTGS IFSC Code: CORP 0000739



Corporate Delegates:

INR 3,000



INR 2,500


Full time Research Scholars

INR 1,500


Graduate & Post graduate students

INR 500


After making an electronic transfer of funds, delegates are requested to inform the following details to [email protected] & [email protected]   

MICR Code: 411017009

Bank Code: CORP 0000739


Scan copy of the receipt of the transaction UTR No Of Account Transfer Remitter’s Name/Account Holder Name Date Of The Transaction Amount Name Of The Person Attending theConference.

Advisory Board Smt. Meena Hemachandra

Principal & CGM, College of Agricultural Banking (CAB), Reserve Bank of India (RBI)

Mr. Alok Sheopurkar

Executive VP and Head HR, HDFC Asset Management Company

Mr. Ajay Sharma

Chief General Manager, IDBI

Dr. Sunder Ram Korivi

Dean, School for Securities Education and School for Securities Information & Research, NISM

Dr. Manju Singh

Head - PhD Programme and Research Projects, SIRI,SIU

Dr. Yogesh Patil

Head, Research Publications, SIRI, SIU

Organizing Committee Conference Convener Dr. Bhama Venkataramani, Director, SCMS Pune Conference Secretary Prof. Parimala. Veluvali Organizing Committee Members Prof. Adya Sharma, Deputy Director Dr. Nitin Mahankale Prof. Sajeesh Hamsa Prof. Ishita Dutt Prof. Deepak Havaldar Prof. Ashutosh Mathur Prof. Sabiha Fazalbhoy Prof. Archana Singh Prof. Neha Joan Panackal Prof. Sharmila Devi Prof. Nilam Patil For any conference related queries please contact Mrs. Aditi Vankar- Coordinator M: +91 9850492661, Email: [email protected]

Symbiosis Centre For Management Studies, Pune, Survey # 231, Near Lunkad Gold Coast, Viman Nagar, Pune - 411014 Telephone : - +91 20 26634531/33/34.

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