Dynamics of Financial Sector Regulation

Venue/Deadlines Program Dates Program Fees
Venue : IIMB Campus
Early Bird Discount Date : 29 July, 2024
Last date for registration: 09 Aug, 2024


Start Date : 19 Aug, 2024
End Date : 23 Aug, 2024

Residential Fee(excluding GST) :  Rs. 1,40,000
Residential Early Bird Fee(excluding GST) :  Rs. 1,26,000
Non-Residential Fee(excluding GST) :  Rs. 1,15,000
Non-residential Early Bird Fee(excluding GST) :   Rs. 1,03,500

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Programme Overview
The regulatory and supervisory landscape for the financial sector entities has witnessed substantial changes in the recent past, the more so for banks and NBFCs. Greater emphasis is being laid on governance and compliance. The programme gives an introduction and helps the participants to navigate the regulatory architecture.

Programme Objective
Compliance and risk management have never been the responsibility of the respective vertical alone but the need for these to get embedded into every aspect and functions of a bank’s and NBFC’s operations has never been more important than now. This critical function will blend the aspects of regulation, compliance and their interlinkages with governance.

Programme Content
The manner of conduct of business, the quality and efficiency of various governance structures, transparency of decision-making processes and the extent to which the compliance culture and the risk culture have permeated across the entity are areas of regulatory focus. Considerable regulatory and supervisory attention is being paid to customer centricity of the business operations in terms of efforts to minimise customer grievance in the first place and the quality of redress mechanisms to address customer complaints. The course deals with risks, regulatory requirements and governance in the financial sector institutions.

Key Benefits/Takeaways
The participants will get a good understanding of (a) the critical importance of regulation (b) an understanding of how the regulators look at the issues (c) understanding the concerns of regulation that help formulate strategy within the framework and (d) cut costs on follow up as a result of regulatory interventions and observations.

The course will have a mix of lectures and case discussions. It will be unique in that the faculty comprises a mix of ex-regulators and ex-bankers besides academics from IIMB

Who Should Participate
The course is intended to enable the senior management (excluding the board-level executives) of banks and NBFCs to understand and appreciate the changing regulatory and supervisory focus so that they can help their institutions carry on their business in a manner that conforms to the expectations of the regulator.

Participant Benefits
As a participant of this Short Duration Programme, you will be able to enjoy some exclusive benefits other than the outcomes such as skills and knowledge enhancement and building specific competencies that can help shape your career growth.

Some of the exclusive benefits of attending this programme are listed below –

  • Receive Executive Education eNewsletters
  • Invitation to share articles to the EEP blog (subject to a shortlisting process)
  • Participate in EEP webinars on various topics
  • Invitation to curated events and programs by the EEP office

Programme Directors

Mr NS Vishwanathan is a career central banker. He joined the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in 1981 as a Direct Recruit Officer in Grade B, and retired as Deputy Governor in March 2020. During his nearly four decade service in RBI, he had exposures to core central banking and administrative functions. In this period he also worked in three external institutions – two domestic organisations and a foreign central bank. His areas of expertise include regulation and supervision of banking, non-Banking and cooperative banking entities and sector. As Deputy Governor, he handled banking, non-banking and cooperative banking regulation and supervision besides several other functions including internal governance, internal control and risk monitoring. He was Member of the Expert Committee on Economic Capital Framework for the Reserve Bank of India (Chairman: Dr Bimal Jalan, former Governor, Reserve Bank of India). Mr Vishwanathan is currently the Chairman of the Academic Advisory Council of the College of Supervisors of Reserve Bank of India.

As Deputy Governor he represented RBI/India as the Member, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS). Member, Financial Stability Board (FSB) and some of its sub committees, Member and later Co-chair of FSB Regional Consultative Group for Asia (RCG Asia). As Executive Director of RBI, he was Member of several Committees reporting to the BCBS and also the Member, Executive Committee of the International Cooperative Credit Union Regulators’ Network. Mr Vishwanathan was part of several domestic organisations, notably, non-executive Member of the Board of Directors, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Member, Bank Board Bureau (BBB), and Member, Governing Council, Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT). He was also Member / Chairman of several working groups, committee constituted by Government of India and Reserve Bank of India.

MS Sriram

Professor M S Sriram is a faculty member of IIM Bangalore, and a Distinguished Fellow at the IDRBT – an institute set up by the RBI. Prior to this he was the ICICI Bank Lalita D Gupte Chair Professor in Microfinance at IIM Ahmedabad. He is a graduate from Institute of Rural Management Anand and a Fellow of IIM Bangalore.

Prof. Sriram recently chaired the Expert Committee on Kerala Cooperative Bank; was on the External Advisory Committee of the RBI for licencing Small Finance Banks; and was on the Financial Inclusion Advisory Committee of the RBI. He serves on the boards of NDDB Dairy Services, Indian Dairy Machinery Company, Micro-Credit Ratings International and Centre for Budget and Policy Studies. He is also a Trustee of Pratham Books, Sanket Trust (that runs Ranga Shankara in Bengaluru) and Dastkar Andhra

Programme Charges

Programme Fee
INR 1,40,000/- Residential and INR 1,15,000/- Non -Residential (+ Applicable GST) per person for participants from India and its equivalent in US Dollars for participants from other countries.

Early Bird Discount
Nominations received with payments on or before 29-July-24 will be entitled to an early bird Discount of 10%.
Early Bird Fee (Residential) INR 1,26,000/-(+ Applicable GST)
Early Bird Fee (Non-Residential) INR 1,03,500/-(+ Applicable GST)

Group Discount
Group Discount of 5% percentage can be availed for a group of 3 or more participants when nominations received from the same organization.

Please Note

  • All enrolments are subject to review and approval by the programme director. Joining Instructions will be sent to the selected candidates 10 days prior the start of the programme.
  • The programme fee should be received by the Executive Education Office before the programme commencement date.
  • In case of cancellations, the fee will be refunded only if a request is received at least 15 days prior to the start of the programme.
  • If a nomination is not accepted,the fee will be refunded to the person/ organisation concerned.
  • A certificate of participation will be awarded to the participants by IIMB.

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