Investor Issues: Hear no evil
Over the past two years, Moneylife Foundation, our not-for-profit financial literacy organisation, has realised that a big problem with policy-making today is that nobody listens to the ordinary saver.Hence, frustrated savers are pulling money out of the market and mutual funds and putting in bank fixed deposits
Dr Veerappa Moily was in Mumbai on 22nd February on the last of a of 4-city seminar series titled “India Corporate and Investor Meet”. The title and the programme structure suggested that the ministry would actually listen to what industry and investors had to say. It began well...
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