Thursday, June 14, 2012

If you are interested in working on Indian financial sector policy, read on

The Financial Sector Legislative Reform Commission ("FSLRC"), with which I am associated as a consultant is actively involved in re-writing financial sector law for India.  Ajay Shah has this post on his blog about opportunities to work with the macro-finance group at the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy:

This is a very important project for building our national institutions in the financial sector. If you are interested in working in this space, please contact Anurodh Sharma (anurodh54 at with your resume by 22 June 2012, identifying where your interests and capabilities lie.

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