Mangaluru: MSNM Besant Institute of PG Management Studies, Bondel, held an International Conference on 'BREXIT' on February 2 and 3.
Prof K Byrappa, Vice-Chancellor, Mangalore University was the chief guest for the inaugural session. Speakers of international eminence graced the occasion.
The 21st century is witnessing a structural change in the world affairs. The British exit of the European Union is the most significant economic demerger between major economies since the second world war. Both UK and EU will be significantly changed by what is about to unfold. In this context, MSNM Besant Institute organised the international conference on BREXIT to throw light on the aftermath of BREXIT on world affairs.
The main objective of the conference was to pool the expertise, opinions, analytics and knowledge regarding the impact of BREXIT on techno, politico and economical changes on world affairs including India, United Kingdom and European Union without Great Britain. The conference provided a platform for sharing of knowledge and expertise among management professionals, corporate personalities, industrialists, entrepreneurs, bankers and manufacturers of both national and international institutions and organizations.
The Key resource persons for the International Conference were:
1. Rajiv Krishnan, People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young, India
2. Michael Spencer, Managing Director, Global Head of Economics and Head of Research, Asia Pacific, Deutsche Bank
3. David Mann, Chief Economist, Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
4. L Krishnakumar, Executive Director and Group CFO of TATA Global Beverages Limited (TGBL)
5. Diego P Iribarren, Assistant Director, Ernst & Young’s TAS Department
More than 200 participants from all over India and abroad attended the conference. Many of them presented papers on the occasion.
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