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MBA Banking

Some of the pioneer B schools in the country are now offering campus based eMBA-Finance (Banking & Insurance) program encompassing the whole range of Banking Services – Central, Commercial, Cooperative, Investment and International Banking with Insurance subjects such as Risk Management and Re insurance. Beside the classroom sessions, the MBA banking program includes on the job training, research & industrial project training. Students participate in workshops, seminars and class debates, solve case studies and have an opportunity to learn foreign languages. In addition to the regular curriculum, students undergo training in courses to improve their resourcefulness and networking skills.

These colleges have designed the program specifically, and strive to meet the needs of the fast expanding and crucial Banking Sector globally. The Finance Sector is emerging from its worst crisis in 80 years with tighter regulations and an overhang of debt in the West. The growth of Banking in emerging economies is changing exponentially and there is a need for bankers to address questions relating to opportunities and threats that arise from this and the lessons learnt if any.

Along with globalization, innovations in communication technology and de-regulation, the financial institutions have seen a tremendous transformation. Though these resulted in positive economic benefits such as increased productivity and capital flows, lower borrowing costs and better price discovery & risk diversification, they also lead to greater linkages across financial institutions around the world and increase in exposure to common sources of risk. In other words, the recent financial crisis has shown that financial institutes around the world are highly interconnected and that vulnerabilities in one market can easily spread to other markets outside national boundaries.

Keeping all these scenarios in mind students are exposed to highly effective management programs on skill set development by visiting faculty from reputed B Schools from within India and overseas. Some of the leading colleges of the country make it a priority to regularly interact with international dignitaries from USA, China, Mauritius, Israel, Pakistan, and other nations who impart valuable knowledge to the students. Students passing out of such portals are confident and are encouraged to acquire the required skills to lead and innovate in their career path.

These top institutes are the ones that not only play a part in the education of the students, but also invite top companies for placements and recruitments at the end of the year. They strive to achieve the right job fit with focus on ensuring that the students are placed in a company where they fit-in intellectually and culturally in India or overseas.

RBS, American Express Bank, HDFC, ICICI, AXIS Bank, Kotak Bank, Saraswat Bank and IDBI are some of the Banks which have recruited many MBA Banking students from leading B school campuses.

RBS, American Express Bank, HDFC, ICICI, AXIS Bank, Kotak Bank, Saraswat Bank and IDBI are some of the Banks which have recruited many students from leading campuses.

Online Banking With Rbs

With the advent of online banks banking has been simplified and made so user friendly that people can carry out financial transactions from the confines of their homes the only requirement is a computer with internet connection. RBS online banks are the pioneers in this new technology.

With the RBS Online Banking, customers can safely and securely manage their money when it suits them. The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is one of the retail banking subsidiaries of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc, and together with NatWest and Ulster Bank, provides branch banking facilities throughout the British Isles.

To support the positioning of the bank as a global financial services player as opposed to its roots as a national bank, Royal Bank of Scotland started to use the RBS initialism in 2006 to move away from referring to both the Group brand and its retail banking brand. The Daisy Wheel logo, an abstract symbol of 4 inward pointing arrows, was adopted by RBS subsidiaries Ulster Bank in Ireland and Citizens Financial Group in the U.S.

As a global financial service for its customers, RBS now has online banking services referred to as Digital Banking. You can do your banking needs anytime, anywhere as long as you have a computer and internet access. Customers can save time when they check up-to-the-minute balances and mini statements, with Digital Banking. You can also stay on top of your finances by having the ability to check your limits and keep track of your spending at any given time of the day, at any given day of the week. Digital Banking also allows you to move your money instantly between RBS accounts any time you need to. You can also settle your bills, make payments, and manage standing orders whenever you like, wherever you may be. You have quick and easy access to your online statements to up to 7 years worth of transaction history. No more rummaging through your files and paperwork at home. You can also access the current bank rates with Digital Banking. Customers can safely do all these and much more online thanks to RBS advanced security systems that provide added protection for your money through free software they provide.

You need to be 16 years of age or over and have an RBS current account, credit card, savings account or loan to sign up for Digital Banking. Learn more about RBS Online Banking by visiting their website.