Around 900 international participants from SAARC, Middle East, South East Asia, East Asia, West Africa, Caribbean Island, East Africa, CIS and Central American countries attended the training programmes at the National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM), Pune during the period April 2017 to March 2018 for the various training programmes being conducted by NIBM. This is the highest ever number of overseas participants since NIBM was set up in 1969.
Of the SAARC countries Bangladesh had the maximum number of 282 of their bank officials trained; followed by Nepal 282; Sri Lanka 97 and Maldives with 25. Some of programmes such as International Programme on Asset-Liability Management and International Programme in Banking and Finance with Focus on Risk Management received 34 and 38 number of participants respectively. The other International Programme in Bank Financial Management with focus on Risk Management & Basel II & III Accords was also well attended by 33 participants.
Dr K L Dhingra, Director, NIBM inaugurated these training programmes and shared his rich experience in the field of Banking & Finance.
Some of these programmes are supported by the Ministry of External Affairs Government of India (GOI) under its Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC), Special Commonwealth Assistance for Africa Programme (SCAAP) and the Colombo Plan.
As NIBM is a pioneer in banking and finance and has a congealed domain knowledge expertise of the subject, many developing countries have evinced increasing interest in NIBM training programmes.
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