Indian banking sector has been facing a lot of trouble over the past three years due to the burden of bad loans. This scenario has opened up new vistas for the Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs).
After making a major impact in its earlier endeavours, NBFC100 Tech Summit is now unveiling its 3rd edition in Delhi. The conclave will bring various stakeholders, technology partners and the policymakers under one roof to focus upon the changing dynamics of the financial sector and projecting the role of NBFCs in ensuring the same.
This congregation will assimilate the who’s who from the NBFC sector across the country.
In alignment to the rising significance of NBFCs, Elets Technomedia will uncover the 3rd NBFC100 Tech Summit, a grand amalgamation of stakeholders from across the Banking, Financial services and Insurance (BFSI) Sector. The event serves as a platform for stakeholders from various segments of the BFSI fraternity to network and connect with fellow corporate leaders and other stakeholders of the ecosystem.
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