Fieldfisher to host Indian political risk and investment event in Amsterdam
On 20 September 2019, European law firm Fieldfisher will be hosting an event – India 2024: How politics and regulation will transform India’s business risk and investment landscape in the next five years – at the George Marina in Amsterdam.
Trade between India and the Netherlands has accelerated in recent years.
India is open for business; Dutch companies are increasing their investments in the country, while Indian businesses increasingly see the Netherlands as a preferred conduit for trading with the European Union.
Amit Narayan, Partner & MD of Control Risks India and Manish Bahl, Partner, Fieldfisher Netherlands will be hosting a session to find out more on how politics and regulation will transform India's business and investment climate in the next five years.
This session will cover:
The impact of Modi’s second coming as prime minister
How regulation and legislation will deliver the economic reform program of the Indian government
How the business investment climate is expected to shape up in the next five years
How growing alignment with the global economy is driving change to the legal, compliance and ethics standards that Indian companies adhere to
How the changing international trade alliances are expected to drive new avenues for growth
Date: Friday, 20 September 2019
Location: George Marina, Spaklerweg 10A, 1096 BA Amsterdam, Netherlands
The event is now fully booked, but please click here to contact us if you have any questions or would like to receive information from the event.
About our speakers:
Amit Narayan is a Partner at Control Risks and leads the India and South Asia business. Based in New Delhi, Amit has supported a wide range of private and public-sector clients with designing, developing and implementing risk-mitigation strategies. He has over two decades of experience with helping clients with crisis management and reputational risk mitigation plans. He has advised clients on political and regulatory risk, pre-investment risk, public policy, labour disputes and stakeholder mapping across the sub-continent.
Manish Bahl is a Dutch and UK registered lawyer who specialises in core competition/ anti-trust, commercial contracting and regulatory matters. He is based in Amsterdam and is responsible for all India related inbound and outbound work. Manish has extensive experience in advising businesses on their cross border contracting, routes to market, supply, pricing, co-operation, and acquisition strategies and regulatory requirements for a wide variety of sectors.