GIFT City delegation in Sydney, Melbourne

AIBC supported and co-hosted a high-level delegation from India’s International Financial Services Centres Authority (IFSCA), popularly knowns as GIFT City, in Melbourne and Sydney on 28 and 31 August respectively.

“Business Opportunities in India’s first IFSCA GIFT City” formed the theme of the roundtables, which were attended by over 150 people. Businesses discussed sustainable market entry options and recommendations with the delegation, including leveraging the GIFT City as a landing pad in India. 

The conferences were held in collaboration with the Indian Consulate Generals in the respective cities along with ICAI Australian chapters, Bloomberg (Sydney) and EY (Melbourne).

The delegation was led by Dipesh Shah, Executive Director, IFSCAI and also included senior officials from the regulator, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), as also several senior finance and capital market experts,  such as Keyur ShahEYAmit PhulwaniKPMG India, as also Nitin Jaiswal from Bloomberg.

As India’s first offshore international financial centre, GIFT City  presents compelling opportunities for global financial institutions, banks, funds, capital market players, insurance, fintech, technology and global capability centres.

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