Ex-Dy Managing Director of EXIM Bank, Debasish Mallick joins CapSavvy Board as Non-Executive Vice Chairman.
CapSavvy Consultants appointed Debasish Mallick as a non-executive Vice Chairman of the company. Mallick has served as Deputy Managing Director of EXIM Bank of India and as MD & CEO of IDBI Asset Management Company Ltd.
Mallick is an economist and a certified Associate of the Indian Institute of Bankers. His versatile career of 35 years includes serving in various domains such as Development Banking, Investment Banking, Commercial Banking, Capital Markets, Corporate Finance, International Bond Markets, Treasury, and Retail Banking.
Sharing his thoughts on his appointment, Mallick shares, “Concerted effort must be made for all-round growth and development through a strategy of widespread industrialization in a decentralized manner. This will provide large employment opportunities and produce wide-ranging goods and services to fulfill the aspiration of ‘Make in India and Make for the World’. Decentralized industrialization can be best provided by the healthy and systematic growth of MSMEs. CapSavvy is a young and fast-growing company, which uses the latest and modern technological tools in providing advisory to businesses and industries, with special focus on SMEs and MSMEs”.
“My purpose of joining CapSavvy Board is because Anil is known to me for more than 2 decades and I found him extremely passionate, go-getter, and a thorough professional. His focus on nurturing MSME and Start-up at the grassroots level will harness the MSME sector and captivate its entrepreneurial potential to build a sustainable and equitable society”, added Mallick
Anil Goyal, Founder MD of CapSavvy shares his views on Debasish Mallick’s appointment too stating, the company is thrilled and privileged to have Mr. Mallick join as an Independent Vice-Chairman to the board at CapSavvy. His presence gives the company the confidence that they have a visionary leader guiding them as the company scale responsibly to serve India’s most crucial sector, which contributes about 30 percent of its GDP.
“Debasish Mallick’s acceptance as a non-executive Vice Chairman at CapSavvy Consultants during Covid is a great breakthrough for us. Under his leadership and operational experience, SMEs and export sector will get huge benefits on the long term” Mr. Goyal added.
Welcoming Debasish Mallick to the Board, Aruna Goyal, Co-founder, and Director, CapSavvy Consultants Pvt Ltd said, “We are delighted to have Mr. Mallick join us at the board. Being an exceptional leader having led top institutions of India, Mr. Mallick will be a valuable asset to the Board. His acceptance to join us is gratifying and we look forward to his guidance as we embark on our journey forward.”
SMEs and MSMEs have emerged as a highly dynamic and vibrant sector of the Indian economy since the last five decades. With its agility and dynamism, the sector has shown admirable innovativeness and adaptability to survive in the recent economic downturn as a result of the COVID Pandemic and have lots of opportunities to grow in the future. In recent years, the sector has consistently registered a higher growth rate compared to the overall industrial sector in India. Similarly, the start-up landscape in the country has become the epitome of innovation with some of them bringing out solutions to the local and regional problems. However, to stimulate their growth and enable their journey, they require appropriate market access and funding which is one of the initiatives being undertaken by CapSavvy. The joining of Mr. Mallick on the board of CapSavvy will have a significant impact from the perspective of the MSMEs and the Start-up industry.