National Banking Institute (NBI) is hosting a power talk session with Mr. K. Ram Kumar, Executive Director of ICICI Bank and president of ICICI foundation from India on December 18th amidst a grand function in Kathmandu.
Prior to joining ICICI Bank in 2001, Mr. Ramkumar has served companies such as Hindustan Aeronautics, Brookebond Lipton India Limited (now Hindustan Unilever Limited) and ICI India Ltd. His work in these companies has mainly been in the areas of Human Resources Management and Manufacturing.
Mr. Ram Kumar is credited with architecting ICICI Banks HR and talent management pool.
Mr. Ramkumar has completed his Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management from Madras School of Social Work in 1984. He has joined the Board of Directors with effect from February 1, 2009.
Leadership Development, Succession Management, building a supply chain for the Bank’s human resources requirements, leveraging technology to innovate, and driving operational excellence for world class service quality, are his passion.
Institute for Finance, Banking & Insurance and ICICI Manipal Academy for Banking & Insurance were conceived and nurtured by him. The partnership Initiatives with SEBI – National Institute for securities management and with NIIT - the NIIT University, were also nurtured by him. He led the CSR project of ICICI Foundation on skilling youth and promoting livelihood. This is done under the ICICI Academy for Skills, which has 9 centers offering 7 skills to 7500 youth per year.
He writes extensively on a range of topics on his blog www.theotherview.in.
During his 2 days visit to Nepal Mr. Ram Kumar will be addressing senior banking executives and HR professionals in an event hosted by National Banking Institutes.
National Banking Institute was established under aegis of Nepal Bankers’ Association with shareholding from Nepal Rastra Bank, various member banks of Nepal Bankers’ Association and RMDC with grant support of Asian Development Bank.
For further information please contact National Banking Institute, Program Division at
4415903, 4415905 and 4436001. Or
Visit www.nbi.com.np for further detail about the program.