Sunday, December 03, 2006

XLRI Organizes National Banking Symposium in association with ICAI

XLRI School of Business and Human Resources in association with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India is set to stage the ‘National Banking Symposium’ (NBS) on “Risk Management Strategies for Banks” on 5th of December, 2006.

It will be the first time that XLRI hosts the National Banking Symposium. It is also the first time that XLRI and ICAI have come together for such an event. The event would serve as a forum for interaction between financial intermediaries and academicians and would also help to throw light on the critical issues faced by the Indian Banking regime in the present scenario. In addition, the symposium would also serve to understand the new dimensions of risk management in the Indian Banking sector space.

The event will see participation from various dignitaries from diverse financial domains spanning regulatory bodies, leading banks and consulting firms, who will enlighten the audience with their views on the Banking Industry. Some of the Speakers at the event are:

• Mr B.M. Mittal, CGM, Punjab National Bank
• Mr Kalyan Debnath, Executive VP, Peerless Investment Group
• Mr Mohan Bhatia, Sr. Principal Consultant, I Flex Solutions
• Mr B. Sekkizhar, FCA, Independent Consultant, Kenexa Technologies

The National Banking Symposium is being organized with the aim of propelling discussion on the themes of current relevance to the Banking Sector. In the light of the recent RBI regulations regarding BASEL II norms, the various risk characteristics of Indian banks become even more important. The specific areas which have been identified for discussion are Market Risk, Credit Risk, Operational Risk and Risk Management and BASEL II.

The event will see an audience comprising of Finance Professionals and Industry experts from across the country, faculty and students of XLRI and representatives from industries in Jamshedpur and Kolkatta.

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