30 March 2022 07:09:48 IST

National Institute of Bank Management ties up with TalentSprint

The National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM), established by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and banks, and edtech company TalentSprint, have partnered to launch an advanced programme in banking and leadership for a digital world. This programme is aimed at participants who aspire to be digital-first professionals and spearhead digital transformation initiatives within their organisations, a release from TalentSprint, said. 

The six-month online programme is case-study driven and said to provide professionals with a comprehensive understanding of digital transformation in banking and financial institutions. It will conclude with a certification ceremony during the two-day campus visit to the NIBM campus in Pune. The programme will be delivered on TalentSprint’s digital platform ipearl.ai. 

Tech-savvy bankers

The programme, offered by NIBM and TalentSprint, will cover key aspects of digital banking and finance and act as an enabler to gaining modern leadership skills, said B V Chaubal, Chairperson, Central Depository Services (India) Ltd. “It is being launched at the right time as the banking ecosystem is changing as never before. Modern-day bankers must display tech-savviness along with analytical capabilities. They are required to be competent enough to deliver new-age products and services that promise enhanced customer experience. In particular, speed, safety and security are non-negotiable,” he added.  

“It will give high-level exposure to professionals in digital technologies that are in-demand, thus empowering the future leaders of digital-first banking, “ said Dr Partha Ray, Director, National Institute of Bank Management. 

Dr Santanu Paul, MD and CEO, TalentSprint, said, “Innovation, regulation, technology and customer expectations are rapidly changing the banking and financial services sector. This specially curated programme addresses industry requirements and aims to build the capability of senior banking and finance professionals by enabling them to make the best use of digital tools.”