Bank of Baroda, India’s second largest public sector bank, on Thursday September 20, 2018 organized a MSME industrialist Meet in association with Chamber of Small Industries Association (COSIA), Thane Small Scale Industries Association (TSSIA) and WADA Industries Association.
Bank of Baroda’s MSME Industrialist Meet was initiated by the bank’s Mumbai Metro East Region to create a platform that deliberates upon the latest development in financing SME sector in current economic scenario. This meet also served as a platform for facilitating conversations between the entrepreneurs and the banking industry experts.
Mr. K P Singh, Head – MSME Relationships & Govt. Schemes, while addressing the entrepreneurs in the audiences as partners said, “Bank of Baroda strives to be an innovative and customer friendly bank. We believe in assessing the markets and understating the problem areas to offer the entrepreneurs a product that will not only support but also enhance their growth. At Bank of Baroda, we are proud to partner with the sector that is the back bone of Indian government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative. We hope to help finance the MSME sector with more innovative products and contribute towards the growth of our Indian economy.”
Mr. Navtej Singh, General Manager, Zonal Head, Mumbai Zone, Bank of Baroda and Mr. K P Singh, General Manager & Head – MSME Relationship & Govt. Schemes, Bank of Baroda, officials from Bank of Baroda’s Mumbai Metro East Region – Bhandup, along with representatives from COSIA, TSSIA and WADA Industries Association attended the event.
The speakers deliberated upon the issues faced by the MSME industries and highlight the various innovative products that Bank of Baroda offers to overcome these challenges. Advocate Sanjay Dwivedi, a veteran legal consultant for indirect taxes, shared relevant insights for the entrepreneurs on how to prepare for GST audits.
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