Productive sectors are the real sectors of the economy. Sectoral components of GDP such as agriculture, industry and services are the productive sectors. It reflects the viable, creditworthy picture of an economy emerging. Investment on the productive sectors has been a main focus of the government thus to stimulate economic growth and generate income and employment opportunities.
As the size and complexity of financial institutions have increased, so too have the challenges of understanding and reducing operational risks down to truly manageable levels. Increased regulatory concern and scrutiny have also increased the cost of operational risk events in the shape of outright financial loss, regulatory fines and declining customer confidence.
Environmental risks pertain to the potential for damage of the environment and ecosystem. The principal sources of such potential damage are pollution of the air, water and land resulting from industrial activity. Environmental risks are largely a function of the nature (i.e., sector) of the business activity. Social risks pertain to the potential of business activities to cause an adverse impact such as damage, injury or loss to persons (e.g., employees, customers) and communities (e.g., neighbors).
With the rapid expansion of capacity and networks, Nepalese banks have been facing serious shortage of skilled manpower in all functional areas and more so in credit. As credit risk is by far the most dominant factor in bank failures, the importance of proper Credit Risk Management system in a bank can hardly be exaggerated. And, good Credit Risk Management always begins with making good loans.
The banking industry in Nepal has seen exponential growth. The competitive market has stretched the limits of customer numbers. To tackle these issues, excellent customer service, innovative products and foreign exchange management becomes essential. With this in mind National Banking Institute has developed Foreign Exchange Management program. This program aims to deliver the best course content consultation with the industry experts from close inputs from the regulators.
Sale is a lifeline of any business. To acquire, engage, delight and retain customers for sustainability of business are some of the core functions of a sales team which is a skill requiring persistent training for learning, unlearning and relearning of right skills for Effective Sales.
Even faking a smile at customers has become hard in today’s hectic banking sector. This program teaches the participants how to bring changes in one’s behaviors and thinking so that customers become their biggest fans. Happier ones’ customers are, the more secure ones’ career becomes, is the main message this program imparts.