Mumbai hosts CNBC-TV18 Investor Camp

MUMBAI: With five successful Investor camps in Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore and Chennai respectively, business and finance channel CNBC-TV18 returned to India's Financial Capital, Mumbai and hosted the sixth in the series of the Investor Camps.     

The camp is aimed at guiding investors in managing their investments effectively, captured the attention of audiences, providing investors with alternative opportunities to secure their investments in the present volatile market condition. The Investor camp in Mumbai provided investors with inputs on value investing in action, common sense approach to equity investment and an overview of the primary market.

The camp is a first of its kind initiative that brings investors face to face with the stalwarts in the investment profession, regulatory authorities, fund managers and brokers. The camps have provided investors with in-depth investment insights, perspectives on the risk and return expectations for various investment options ranging from stocks, bonds, mutual funds, insurance, real estate and commodities market.

Panelists who participated in the discussion included Enam Securities director Manish Chokhani. Prudential ICICI AMC CIO Nilesh Shah dwelt on the common sense approach to equity. Speaking about the initiative CNBC- TV18 CEO Haresh Chawla stated, "CNBC-TV18 has taken on the task to educate the investor from all walks of life. The Investor Camps aim to bridge the gap between the investors and specialists in investment advice. Through this initiative CNBC-TV18 continues its endeavour to help investors make informed decisions. The Investor Camps are an ongoing series travelling to key metros and mini-metros across the country and will form one of CNBC-TV18’s pillars of its investor service initiative. By far the biggest and most widespread investor service initiative, CNBC-TV18 has customised it to address the real investment issues that affected the people of India."


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