Lalit Bhasin has been elected as the National President of Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC). Before being elected as the National President of the IACC, Bhasin was the Executive Vice President of IACC.
He is the 54th National President of IACC, which was set up in October 1968 and is headquartered in Mumbai, having 14 offices all over India, with a large membership from large, medium and small business entities.
“I am privileged to lead the IACC at a time when the Indo-US partnership is poised to leapfrog in many areas and directions thanks to the direction and support being given by the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Joe Biden: IACC will draw strength from the rare bonding between India and the US to sharpen broad contours of engagements to take it to the next level;” says Bhasin immediately after taking over the leadership.
To complement and supplement the multi-directional dialogue at the Economic Summit, Bhasin pioneered the annual events for IACC like Indo-US Services Summit and Indo-US Legal Summit to promote track -2, dialogue in these domains, which are pivotal to add value to the growing economic partnership.