Europe, India and a new $10tr economy

05.10.2017 | 17:30
Asia Leaders Series, Talstrasse 1 Zürich , Switzerland
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Mohandas Pai, investor and former CFO and Board Director of Infosys, will address the disruptions that are reshaping the world, and how a new EU-India corridor would propel traditional industries into the modern era and pave the way for a $10 trillion economy by 2030.

Major shifts in global economic power are reshaping our world. The average rate of growth in Europe remains at around 2%. Meanwhile, PwC estimates India’s economy will rise from $2.3TR GDP today to $7.8TR by 2030. As Asia’s superpowers leap forward, can Europe’s traditional industries transform rapidly enough to compete effectively in Asia?

As an early employee who became CFO and long-standing Board Director of Infosys, now a $35bn world-leading IT company. Pai has emerged as one of India’s most prominent figures in business and public policy. He runs an ecosystem of funds in India, one of which is Exfinity Venture Partners LLP. Exfinity invests in frontier-technology company, primarily B2B in the US-India corridor.

In his talk, Mohandas Pai explores the idea of a new EU-India corridor, combining Europe’s most innovative institutions with the world’s largest, fastest-growing market. He delves into the technological disruptions which are paving the way for a new $10 trillion-dollar economy by 2030.