CAFRAL-ReBIT Business Leaders’ Forum #4
“Collaborative ecosystem and efforts along with good governance and security practices are important to any financial institution,” remarked Mr Mahesh Kumar Jain, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India during his key note address at the fourth edition of Business Leaders’ Forum. Crisis management and communications was the central theme of this edition of BLF - a congregation of senior bankers in the country. The event was held at Taj Lands End, Mumbai on 14 November, 2018.
Date : 14 Nov 2018, 10:20 13
CAFRAL-ReBIT Business Leaders’ Forum #3
The topic of fraud management, particularly in the area of corporate lending, has been vexing bank managements in the last few years. Given that it is time to look at the problem de novo and identify the right approach to manage fraud risk in an effective manner, the third edition of the Business Leaders Forum - a joint initiative between CAFRAL and ReBIT - took ‘Corporate Loan Fraud Management’ as the chosen theme. The event, held at the Malabar Hall, Taj Lands’ End, Mumbai, on 2 August 2018, witnessed a gathering of select senior, experienced bankers in the country and invoked an effective deliberation, replete with actionable insights.
Date : 02 Aug 2018, 11:00 00
CAFRAL-ReBIT Business Leaders' Forum #2
“Shutting down the dark web is impossible. However, the Maharashtra police is well-equipped with tools, technologies and the skills to nab imposters in the world of the dark web”, announced Mr Satish Mathur, Director General of Police, Maharashtra, at the key note address he delivered at the second edition of Business Leaders’ Forum, a joint-initiative of CAFRAL and ReBIT. He invited banks to approach Maharashtra Police, and seek help in dealing with cyber fraud.
Date : 23 May 2018, 11:00 00
CAFRAL-ReBIT Business Leaders' Forum
Business Leaders’ Forum (BLF), a joint initiative by the Centre for Advanced Financial Research and Learning (CAFRAL) and Reserve Bank Information Technology (ReBIT), began its journey on February 9, 2018, at the Harvard-style ‘Classroom’ at the Taj Land’s End, Mumbai. It had more than 40 participants – CEOs, Board members, business leaders, and senior management representatives of various banks across the country.
Date : 09 Feb 2018, 11:00 00