Bank personnel with interest to develop the better foundation on MS-Excel are highly recommended to attend our new program for mastering the skills on Excel. The highlights of the program are to familiarize participants with the new excel interface, to acquaint participants about different useful excel commands, to enable participants handle bulk data and learn different formatting techniques.
NBI is pleased to announce Basic Course on AML/CFT based on recent law passed in June 2014 in the national and international context. Program takeaways includes Theoretical, Legal and Practical aspects such as understanding how a BFI can take business and AML/CFT together with compliance, how a BFI can best implement the newly amended but rigorous laws with limited resources, understanding how AML/CFT policies and procedures are developed for the institution, and so on.
National Banking Institutes announces program on Project Financing. The program aims to provide an opportunity for the participants to increase their insights and broaden their capacity in “Energy Project Finance” domain. Project finance is the long-term financing of infrastructure and industrial projects based upon the projected cash flows of the project rather than the balance sheets of its sponsors. Risk identification and allocation is a key component of project finance.
After completion of a series of program on Current Issues & Challenges in BFIs in four different regions of the country, NBI is pleased to announce the program in Dhangadi for the first time. Program will focus on Regulatory aspects i.e. How to create best operational system? Types of Risk in BFI’s and mitigating tools, Risk Per NRB perspective, Role of internal control in Risk Management Operations Risk along with Operational Risk Management in BFI’s.
Nepal has long been known as a remittance-based economy. Had migrant workers employed in Gulf countries and Malaysia, among others, not sent money to the country, the domestic economy would have collapsed long ago, so goes the saying by the country’s renowned economists. But what is little known is that foreigners working in Nepal are also sending money abroad. And the size of funds that they are remitting home is increasing day by day. In the recent years many banks and financial institutions are offering. Money transfers and this business have grown in to huge business.
After completion of a series of program on Current Issues & Challenges in BFIs in four different regions of the country, NBI is pleased to announce the program in Kathmandu for the first time. Program will focus on Regulatory aspects i.e. How to create best operational system? Types of Risk in BFI’s and mitigating tools, Risk Per NRB perspective, Role of internal control in Risk Management Operations Risk along with Operational Risk Management in BFI’s.
Understand the consequences to individual of violating money laundering laws and policies. Understand how minimum resources and staff can work and expand business on Anti Money Laundering and Combating Financial Terrorism. Program will also help to understand their individual and institutional roles, Linkage between Banking and AML/CFT measures and their inseparability, instruments that help assessing risk and focusing and so on.
Advance credit workshop with an objective to introducing contemporary techniques including an in-depth understanding of non-financial risk, which many a times serves as root of a "non-performing assets". This program will also actuate the participants to get accustomed with the interview techniques for the borrowing clientele both exiting and prospects.
National Banking Institute in association with IFC presents "Corporate Governance - Where have we failed?" More than two dozen BFIs faced trouble in last decade and large numbers of depositors are still waiting for their savings back. Where have we gone wrong? What is the Conflict Of Interest? Whose Bank is it anyway? Why has the Board failed to understand its role in Corporate Governance? What is the role of the management and top executives? and Does increasing number of Operations Risk has anything to do with Corporate Governance and compliance adherence in the Banks?
The major challenge for development banks facing right now is the big question mark WHAT IS THE FUTURE? This half day interaction program aims to discuss future of development banks, sustainability, & economic relevance in Nepalese financial highway through meaningful discussion with stakeholders. There is a growing concern about the existence of development banks in Nepal with billions of capital investment in development bank, thousands of human capital working and hundreds of branch spread nationwide.