"These and other similar reforms will lead to the next curve in economic activity and inclusive, participative growth," the MD and CEO of the country's largest private sector bank said here.
Kochhar said ICICI Bank has been pursuing the financial inclusion agenda since last decade when it started lending to under-banked customer segment through Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs).
Speaking at the NHRDN National Conference, she said the rapidly changing landscape in India will give immense opportunities to 'Architect the Curve', to be at the forefront of change and influence the world not just at an economic level but also at the social level.
Talking about impact of urbanisation on infrastructure, Kochhar said currently demand is concentrated in few cities, whereas supply comes from across the country.


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