Professor Hodrick is best known for her research on corporate financial decisions especially in corporate cash holdings and capital allocation.
Mr. Gurumurthy shared a fascinating perspective on the feministic nature of the Indian economy and the role of women in driving the Indian economy.
The two stalwarts then had an interesting discussion on various topics including the current phase of the market cycle and the key drivers for investments.
Ms. Roopa Purushothaman shared her insights on the Indian economy, her views on India post Modi 2.0, GDP growth and the reserves maintained by RBI.
Mr. Raamdeo spoke about his journey which started with no money, two bosses and a peon which then grew into a US$ 2 bn empire.
Mr. Suresh Narayanan – MD and CEO, Nestle India, spared his valuable time for an interactive session with the Millennium Mams’ delegation.
We have been shaken and stirred in the wake of COVID 19, and like all major or minor hurdles in our life, this too shall pass. It’s not the end, but it signals a new beginning, perhaps a clarion call for us to adapt and adopt to a rapidly changing world.
If we try and define a Mam, it would be ‘a woman who feels impossible is just I’m possible.’ She has a positive outlook on life and wants to earn respect through financial independence. She is responsible, ambitious, caring and of course, wants to make ‘every moment in life count.’