Program on Financial Crimes Management
Monday, January 30, 2017
to Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Hotel Taj Mahal Palace, Apollo Bunder, Mumbai
The rising trend in loan related frauds in the financial sector is a matter of serious concern. Equally disquieting is the delay in detection and reporting of such frauds by banks. The rapid surge of computer applications in banking sector have exposed the financial sector to various additional operational risks. In this context a framework for fraud risk management in banks has been laid down by Reserve Bank of India. In the context of the increasing incidence of frauds in general and in loan portfolios in particular, ensuring normal conduct of business and protecting risk taking ability assumes importance for smooth functioning of banks
The objective of this program is to examine various challenges and solutions for implementation of “Framework for dealing with loan frauds” in commercial banks and draw their focus to prevention, early detection, prompt reporting and timely initiation of the accountability exercise. The program oriented towards minimizing the vulnerability of the banking system.
Senior officers handling fraud monitoring, CVOs, Heads of Operational Risk Management Department and Compliance Officers of the commercial banks
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