By K. Ashwin Mob: 00919920183006 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Moneylife Foundation (www.mlfoundation.in), the collective voice of over 22,000 savers, along with some prominent organisations and groups, has organised a special “Open House” where the chief guest is none other than the Reserve Bank of India’s Deputy Governor Dr Kamlesh Chandra (KC) Chakrabarty.
The RBI Deputy Governor, will reply to issues related with banking services and charges during the “Open House with Dr KC Chakrabarty” on 3 June 2013 at Walchand Hirachand Hall, 4th floor, Indian Merchants’ Chamber, IMC Marg, Mumbai – 400 020 (Opposite Churchgate station) between 6pm to 8.30pm. Dr Chakrabarty is going to address several concerns and issues of customers related with banking services.
This Open House is unique because several organisations and groups active in financial sector and social reforms have collaborated with Moneylife Foundation in this effort. The organisations are Forum for Fast Justice, Council for Fair Business Practices (CFBP), Consumer Complaints Cell (CCC), Mumbai Grahak Panchayat (MGP), All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) and All India Bank Depositors’ Association (AIBDA).
Dr Chakrabarty’s banking career spans over three decades. He also served as CMD of Punjab National Bank and Indian Bank for two years each and also as the chairman of the Indian Banks’ Association (IBA). Dr Chakrabarty is the central bank’s nominee on the Financial Stability Board. He is closely associated with many institutes, organisations, committees and working groups like National Housing Bank, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM), Indian Institute of Banking & Finance, etc.
Admission to the event is absolutely free but prior registration is requested. For more details, visit http://moneylife.in/events/KCChakrabartyopenhouse/index.html
Moneylife Foundation: (www.mlfoundation.in )
As part of its strong investor- and customer-orientation, in February 2010, Moneylife set up a non-profit organization, Moneylife Foundation. The Foundation is engaged in spreading financial literacy and works towards safe and fair market practices through workshops, round table meetings, lectures by experts, awareness campaigns, and advocacy to crystallize policy and effect regulatory changes to protect investor rights, grievance redressal, counselling and research, etc.
In the short span of three years, Moneylife Foundation has over 22,000 members and had conducted 166 seminars and workshops.