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February 3, 2021
2021-5120

Thursday, 4 February 2021 | Decoding India Union Budget 2021-22: Impact and the way forward (2 pm GMT)

With COVID-19 taking a toll on the global economic activities in the last 12 months, Finance Ministers and Tax Administrators have faced a balancing act between offering incentives, tax deferrals and reliefs, and maintaining fiscal discipline. As the Honourable Indian Finance Minister presents the 2021 Indian Union Budget, foreign investors and domestic businesses alike are keen to understand the measures aimed at growing the Indian economy. 

To provide an overview of the macro-economic landscape and share a perspective on the Budget proposals, join us for a LIVE webcast on "Decoding the India Union Budget 2021-22: impact and the way forward," where our EY Professionals will take you through the details of the Budget and what this may mean for your business.  

Date: Thursday, 4 February, 2021

Time: 14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET

Registration: Register for this event.

Moderator

  • Amit B Jain, EY EMEIA Global Tax Desk Network Leader (Moderator)

Panelists (in alphabetical order)

  • Matthew Mealey, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP (UK), EY Global Content and Innovation Leader
  • Pranav Sayta, National Leader, Ernst & Young LLP, International Tax and Transaction Services, India
  • Sameer Gupta, National Leader, Ernst & Young LLP, Tax Markets, India
  • Uday Pimprikar, National Leader, Ernst & Young LLP, Indirect Tax, India

Click here to learn more and register for other sessions around the Indian Budget 2021-22.

You can learn about and register for other EY Tax webcasts here.

 
 

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