New Delhi: Association of National Exchanges Members of India (ANMI) has renewed the mandate to PROSE Integrated as their communication partner for the fourth year in a row. ANMI is the flagship financial markets forum with over 900 members of the NSE and BSE.
ANMI has been an important part of the Indian financial markets and instrumental in triggering structural reforms. It is the strongest and the most organized voice of the industry to recommend and execute policy-level changes. ANMI has been a catalyst for implementing global best practices in coordination and guidance of policymakers at the Ministry of Finance and market regulator SEBI.
Over the past four years, the team of PROSE Integrated has contributed to the strategy and end-to-end execution of Public Relations, Social and Digital media as well as events for ANMI. The industry’s flagship events such as ANMI International Convention, Stock Tech, and World Investor’s Week were executed by PROSE across PR, social media, and traditional advertising.
Commenting on the development, K K Maheshwari, President, ANMI, said: “Since the beginning of our association with PROSE Integrated, they have understood our requirements. With domain knowledge and expertise in handling communication strategy for policy advocacy, the team at PROSE acts as an extended arm of ANMI. Over the last 4 years, PROSE has successfully communicated the challenges faced by financial markets intermediaries to regulators and policymakers. It has also assisted ANMI in suggesting measures for Ease of doing business and structural reforms necessary for the overall development of Indian Financial markets.”
Setu Shah, Founder & CEO at PROSE Integrated, said “Our association with the largest financial market forum of India has been an enriching experience. This long-term partnership has enabled ANMI to focus on its core activity of policy advocacy for the development of the Indian Financial Markets. As we enter our fourth year of association with ANMI, we hope to see more success and greater recognition for ANMI’s insights on reforms in Indian Financial Markets.”