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Managing Branch Team

This BygC Bytes course covers certain important aspects of team handling, performance & branch management. This course is primarily intended to benefit Branch Managers of modern private sector banks and small finance banks. Some of the inputs may also benefit supervisors in other BFSI sector too. This course is not intended as a complete program covering all […]

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Understanding Liabilities Business

Liability business provides the fuel for banks to run their business of banking. It is also the most difficult to source and the primary reason why banks invest in retail branch network and even the costly digital infrastructure. As a retail banker, this is your most important job! This course is intended to benefit bankers […]

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CASA Sourcing for Beginners

Any banking relationship gets strengthened only with CASA account. Indeed, most banking relationships in fact, start with CASA account! Sourcing CASA business is the single largest and most important task for retail banking. It is also probably the most difficult part. This course will cover a range of basic inputs which will help your understanding […]

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Current Accounts Simplified

You would probably be already aware that liabilities provide the fuel for banks to run it’s business of banking. While CASA is the most important part of liabilities, within CASA, current accounts provide the cheapest source of funds. Current account business also remains amongst the most complex of all liability products and their banking requirements are […]

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Catchment Scoping for BMs

Banking as an operational process is all about handling money. Safe handling of every single penny is important for both the customer and the bank. Our endeavour over this session will be to discuss the more important operational control elements.

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Improving Sales Interactions

Banking as an operational process is all about handling money. Safe handling of every single penny is important for both the customer and the bank. Our endeavour over this session will be to discuss the more important operational control elements.

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