“Financial literacy is a tool for achieving prosperity” – Rajat Dhar

Rajat Dhar, Director of the Federation of Indian Investors

Krishi Jagran is celebrating “Jai Kisan Jai Vigyan” week from December 23 to 29, 2021 by hosting a number of webinars and events to commemorate the birthday of the former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the late Chaudhary Charan Singh. The event honors their significant contribution to promoting the use of science for the benefit of farmers.

On the second day of the ‘Jai Kisan Jai Vigyan’ week, Krishi Jagran hosted a webinar on “Financial literacy for farmers” today. MC Dominique, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Krishi Jagran and Agriculture World, moderated this session.

Opinions shared by Rajat Dhar:

Rajat dhar, the director of Federation of Indian Investors thanked Krishi Jagran for providing such a wonderful platform to express his perspective on financial literacy.

He provided in-depth analysis on this topic, passionately stating that financial literacy is a tool that only aims to double farmers’ incomes and therefore should be used as such.

Despite Erode’s many examples from Tamil Nadu to Assam, he pointed out how finances can only be used if farmers have a thorough knowledge of the circumstances of the industry around them, which he says can only be obtained once people start getting involved with banks to gain knowledge so that they can choose where to invest.

About Rajat Dhar:

  • Rajat dhar is the managing partner of Finogent Council, leader in private banking and consulting. He has expertise in financial planning and global wealth solutions. The Finogent Advisory manages the investments of HNIs and well-off Indians. He is also among the first in India to manage UK-based pension funds under QROPS.

  • He has almost 6 years of experience working in the BFSI segment. He has experience in investment management and global markets. He also has considerable experience in financial planning and is an early practitioner of rate planning.

  • He is well acquainted with global market trends and has enabled Finogent Advisory to have fruitful relationships with renowned financial institutions around the world. He has headed Cogent Advisory since 2011. Dhar is closely assisted by Rohini Raina, Co-founder of Cogent Advisory where she is in charge of the firm’s Corporate Relations.

Dhar is also actively involved in guest lectures at renowned institutions, such as Amity School of Business, and is a regular visitor to the institute. The main national economic dailies like Mint, The Economic Times, etc. have covered Dhar’s advice on topics ranging from complex investment products, financial planning to taxation and cash management.

Link to watch the discussion: https://fb.watch/a5kIZwMGia/

Louis R. Hancock