The Internal Quality Assurance Cell of M. L. Dahanukar College of Commerce successfully organized a conference aptly titled, ‘Artificial Intelligence and Futuristic Finance – An Academia-Corporate Conclave’ on 11th January 2020 in Keshavrao Ghaisas Auditorium, Vile Parle East, Mumbai.
With disruptive technologies changing the way we perceive business and altering the very fabric of society, a continuous transformation has become critical for the survival of any venture. Businesses have to grapple with uncertainty at every step in the way. Problems are rarely resolved by
Lenders are also required to inform the central registry of any change to a security interest and when such loans are paid off. They will have to file details of any order of attachment passed in their favour by any court or government authority.
In a circular dated April January 24, 2020, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) said insurers can offer the 'Arogya Sanjeevani Policy' - the standard health insurance policy before April 1, 2020.
The author of "Good Economics for Hard Times" added that the slowdown in the economy will also adversely impact poverty alleviation in the country as urban and rural sectors are interdependent.
HDFC Equity Fund – A Multi cap fund with history of 25 years It is extremely difficult for an average investor to understand the valuations of large -, mid-
He said that the focus on price stability as the sole objective of monetary policy has been questioned after the global financial crisis, underscoring the need for adopting a flexible inflation target to achieve macro-financial stability. “In this milieu, financial stability has emerged as another
Management commentary that it would strive to win more managed services contracts has made some analysts concerned, who said it would have to compete against larger rivals with the shift. According to Aniket Pande of Prabhudas Lilladher, Mindtree has “historically excelled in discretionary spending, (and
Central and state governments across the country have started using surveillance recognition technology to identify criminals, missing persons and dead bodies. Some states are even using software tools to mine data on social media to check for potential threats to law and order.
This was discussed when Ajay Sawhney, Secretary, MEIT recently visited Moscow, ET has learnt. Sawhney met Mikhail Mamonov Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation.