"India is currently the major market for bullion and jewelery, we are looking forward to the increased and active participation from all over the world at this summit where the eminent industry leaders, both domestic and international, would share their thoughts and also address some of the critical issues," IIBS President Mohit Kamboj said.

Over 2,000 delegates from India and countries like Hong Kong, UAE, the UK and Turkey are expected to participate in the two-day deliberations on important and relevant topics such as FDI investment in bullion and jewelery industry, Changes needed in gold policy, among others, Kamboj said.

Eminent speakers include P R Somsundaram, Managing Director & Alistair Hewitt, Market Intelligence from World Gold Council; Motilal Oswal, Chairman & Managing Director, Motilal Oswal Financial Service Ltd; Surender Kumar Jindal, Director, Jindal Group and Rajesh Khosla, Managing Director, MMTC-PAMP India Pvt Ltd.

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