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What Does It Mean For Banks To Penetrate Rural India? | Tamal Bandyopadhyay | TEDxMDAE
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Added Jul 19, 2016
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Tamal Bandopadhyay talks about his experiences in banking and highlights his involvement with the Bandhan Bank. In particular, he stressed on the challenges and means of overcoming these difficulties for banking in rural India.

Tamal Bandyopadhyay is one of the most respected business journalists in India. His weekly column, Banker's Trust, in India's second largest read financial daily Mint, is widely read for its deep insights into the world of finance and its unerring ability to anticipate major policy moves. Tamal has kept a close watch on the financial sector for close to two decades and has had a ringside view of the enormous changes in Indian finance over this period. He is a frequent speaker at seminar across India and overseas. A post graduate in English Literature from Calcutta University, Tamal has worked with four national business dailies in India -- Business Standard, Financial Express, Mint and The Economic Times, and authored three books on finance, Bandhan: The Making Of A Bank, Sahara: The Untold Story and A Bank for the Buck. He is also a contributor to The Oxford Companion to Economics. Currently, Tamal is a Consulting Editor of Mint and an Adviser on Strategy for Bandhan Bank.

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