Date: May 30, 2018

Navigating India (A)

Session Description

Combined by economic and demographic strengths, India has become one of the world's ten fastest growing economies, but remains a complex place to do business. Join us for an interesting and interactive discussion to gain a better understanding of banking in this diverse country.

Insights you will gain:

  • Hear an economic outlook
  • Understand regulations, what they are and how your business should prepare
  • Discover a deeper understanding of the many clearing systems in India
  • Gain insight into operating best practices and how businesses have succeeded in India.

Speaker Information

Todd Ellis is the Chief Financial Officer for FSG, a mission-driven consulting firm. Todd has many years of leadership experience in public accounting and consulting. He has expertise in helping nonprofits better optimize their finance functions and a strong ability to build and nurture relationships with diverse parties-clients, vendors, bankers, lawyers, etc.

Todd holds a BS degree in Accounting and a Master's degree in Taxation.

Maria Logiopoulou is an International Treasury Sales Officer in the Global Treasury Solutions (GTS) Team for the Northeast US region. She specializes in working with Commercial global clients to optimize their cash management structure worldwide. Prior to joining the US team, Maria was a Director in the GTS Officers Team in EMEA and was responsible for more than 30 UK headquartered clients with GTS relationships. Industries include consumer products, technology and telecoms.

Maria joined Bank of America Merrill Lynch in October 2010 after four years with ABN AMRO and subsequently Royal Bank of Scotland in London where she performed a similar GTS relationship role. Prior to that, she spent eighteen years at Citi in Athens, Greece, specializing in Cash Management and Trade Products.

Maria is a graduate in Statistics and Computer Science, from the University of Athens, (Athens Business School). She has also studied History of French Arts at the University of Paris -Sorbonne.