Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his visit to Australia in Sydney by meeting executives from the country’s top multinational corporations. PM Modi met with Paul Schroder, Chief Executive Officer of AustralianSuper, a superannuation fund based in Melbourne, Victoria, on Tuesday.
The Prime Minister emphasized India’s credentials as one of the world’s most preferred major economies for foreign investment and invited AustralianSuper to collaborate with India.
Schroder is in charge of the fund’s leadership and strategic development, as well as providing advice to the board.
After his meeting with PM Modi, Schroder said, “Ours was the most impressive meeting. The Prime Minister is the most impressive person who understands business and who is very encouraging as well.”
“The Prime Minister talked about his dreams about India and is really ethic which is a very powerful message,” he said, adding, “AustralianSuper does invest in India of course and in particular in the Indian infrastructure fund and we have had a very good experience investing in India.”
According to a statement from the ministry of external affairs, Prime Minister Modi emphasised India’s credentials as one of the world’s most preferred major economies for foreign investments and invited AustralianSuper to collaborate with India.
Prime Minister Modi is in the country for a three-day visit to meet with his Australian counterpart, Anthony Albanese. On Monday, Modi arrived in Sydney and was greeted by Australian High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell and other officials. Members of the Indian diaspora greeted him with “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Vande Mataram” chants.
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