Luis Carlos Sarmiento, Jr., MBA ’85, president and CEO of Colombia’s Grupo Aval S.A., mingles with MBA students in the Dyson Atrium of Sage Hall
Johnson’s dean and faculty greet Ricardo Martinelli, president of the Republic of Panama, during his visit to Cornell University
Lourdes Casanova, faculty director of the Emerging Markets Institute, is a member of the Global Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum on Latin America
Senior lecturer Lourdes Casanova speaks at the Global Forum on Latin America
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Sandiip Bhammer, MBA '04, managing director of Tarragon Capital Advisors (India) Private Limited, moderates the panel on challenges in India capital markets and foreign portfolio investments.
Vinay Malik, a principal at Enterprise IP Legal Solutions, listens intently to speakers.
Ashish Chugh, managing director, long/short emerging markets equity investing, Bay Pond Hedge Fund, Wellington Management Co., speaks on investing in India capital markets.
Participants at the Emerging Markets Institute India Conference
Ken Gurrola, MBA '95, chairman /CEO, Eastridge Capital, LP, and Markwood Capital, LLC, at the conference. Gurrola spoke on research and development opportunities in India.
Arvind Sanger, founder of Geosphere Capital Management, LLC, on the India Capital Markets panel.
Conrad Saldanha, CFA, managing director and portfolio manager, Neuberger Berman Management, LLC, discusses investment challenges and opportunities in India.
Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta concentrates on comments from panelists.
Participants pose questions to panelists on future opportunities in India.
Lourdes Casanova, academic director of the Emerging Markets Institute, welcomes speakers and guests to the 5th Annual International Conference
Ravi Ramamurti, Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy and director, Center for Emerging Markets, Northeastern University, moderates a panel on research and development opportunities in India.
Angad Verma, MBA '17, listens to panel discussion.
Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta discusses the conference program with His Excellency Arun Kumar Singh, Ambassador of India to the U.S.
Jason Hershman, MBA '16, poses a question to the panelists
Arun Kumar Singh, Ambassador of India to the U.S., delivers a keynote.
Speakers pose with Lourdes Casanova, academic director of the Emerging Markets Institute, and Dean Soumitra Dutta
Dean Dutta talks with John Foreman, managing director of Asian Equity Sales at Jefferies LLC.
Participants enjoy informal discussion following the conference.
Hugh Courtney, dean and Professor of International Business and Strategy, D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University, listens to conference speakers
Sam Sotoodeh, MBA ’87, member of the EMI advisory group, enjoys networking at the conference
Tarun Das, former managing director of the Confederation of Indian Industries, and Mukesh Ashi, president of the India US Business Council, lead a discussion on the topic “Make in India”
Ambar Chowdhury, principal, National Service Line Leader Monitor, Deloitte Strategy Practice, speaks on innovation opportunities in India
Rustom Desai, MBA ’95, managing director, Corning India, speaks on the manufacturing climate in India
Rustom Desai, MBA ’95, managing director, Corning India, delivers keynote address
Ken Gurrola, MBA '95, and his daughter Mimi at the conference's close.
Distinguished speakers included Jayant Sinha, Honorable Minister of State for Finance, Government of India; Arum Kumar Singh, Ambassador of India to the U.S., and Ruston Desai, MBA ’95, managing director, Corning India.
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