No. PR- 280
June 23, 2022
Dr. M. D. Patra, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India, to address PHD Chamber on Geo-political Spill-overs and Indian Economy on 24th June 2022
PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry has invited Dr. M. D. Patra, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India, to address the members of PHD Chamber and industry stakeholders on ‘Geo-Political Spill-overs and Indian Economy’ on 24th June 2022 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at PHD House, New Delhi.
Since the global economic environment is extremely dynamic, at this stage the implications of the global economic developments have to be adequately addressed so that the economic growth trajectory of the Indian economy remains intact, said Mr Pradeep Multani, President, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in a press statement issued here today.
Industry Body appreciates the calibrated steps undertaken by the Reserve Bank of India and Government of India for handholding of the industry, said Mr Pradeep Multani.
We appreciate that India is the fastest moving economy among the major economies, despite so many global headwinds, said Mr Pradeep Multani.
Industry stakeholders look forward to interact with Hon’ble Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India, Dr. M. D. Patra, said Mr Pradeep Multani.
About Dr. Michael Debabrata Patra, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India
Dr. Michael Debabrata Patra, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India
Dr. Michael Debabrata Patra, as the Deputy Governor of Reserve Bank of India, looks after Monetary Policy Department including Forecasting and Modelling Unit (MPD/MU), Financial Markets Operations Department (FMOD), Financial Markets Regulation Department including Market Intelligence (FMRD/MI), International Department (Intl. D), Department of Economic and Policy Research (DEPR), Department of Statistics & Information Management (including Data and Information Management Unit) (DSIM/DIMU), Corporate Strategy and Budget Department (CSBD) and Financial Stability Unit.
Dr. Patra, a career central banker since 1985, has worked in various positions in Reserve Bank of India. Prior to this, he was Executive Director of the Reserve Bank. He has worked in the International Monetary Fund as Senior Adviser to Executive Director (India) during December 2008 to June 2012. He has published papers in the areas of inﬂation, monetary policy, international trade and ﬁnance, including exchange rates and the balance of payments. A Fellow of the Harvard University where he undertook post-doctoral research in the area of financial stability, he has a Ph.D. in Economics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.
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