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BIBM Governing Board

Chairman
Governor, Bangladesh Bank
Members
Deputy Governors, Bangladesh Bank
Managing Director & CEO, Sonali Bank Limited
CEO & Managing Director, Janata Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, Agrani Bank Limited
Managing Director, Rupali Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, Pubali Bank Limited
Managing Director, Uttara Bank Limited
Managing Director, Bangladesh Krishi Bank
Managing Director, Bangladesh Development Bank Limited
President & Managing Director, AB Bank Limited
Managing Director, National Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, Eastern Bank Limited
Managing Director, United Commercial Bank Limited
Managing Director, Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited
Managing Director, IFIC Bank Limited
Managing Director, Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank
CEO, Standard Chartered Bank
Managing Director, Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, Mercantile Bank Limited
Managing Director, ONE Bank Limited
Managing Director, Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, National Credit and Commerce Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO,Trust Bank Limited
Managing Director, Southeast Bank Limited
Managing Director, Social Islami Bank Limited
CEO, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
Managing Director, Standard Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Limited
Managing Director & CEO, Mutual Trust Bank Limited
Managing Director, BASIC Bank Limited
Managing Director, Jamuna Bank Limited
President & Managing Director, Bank Asia Limited
Managing Director, First Security Islami Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, Meghna Bank Limited
Managing Director, South Bangla Agriculture and Commerce Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, NRB Commercial Bank Limited
Managing Director, Union Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, BRAC Bank Limited
Member-Secretary
Director General, BIBM

BIBM Executive Committee


Chairman
Deputy Governor, Bangladesh Bank
Members
Managing Director & CEO, Agrani Bank Limited
Managing Director, Rupali Bank Limited
Managing Director & CEO, Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Limited
Managing Director & CEO, NRB Commercial Bank Limited
Professor Farid Uddin Ahmed, Department of Economics, University of Dhaka
Member-Secretary
Director General, BIBM
Academic Calendar 2016

Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management


Plot-4, Main Road-1(South), Section-2, Mirpur, Dhaka-1216
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Academic Calendar Committee 2016


Advisor
Dr. Toufic Ahmad Choudhury
Director General
Chairman
Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
Professor & Director (Training)
Members
Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
Professor & Director (RD&C)
Sheikh Mozaffar Hossain
Faculty Member
Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
Associate Professor & Director (DSBM)
Ashraf Al Mamun
Associate Professor
Md. Nehal Ahmed
Associate Professor
Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
Associate Professor
Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
Associate Professor
Md. Najir Hossain
Faculty Member
Nur Al Faisal
Lecturer
Tofayel Ahmed
Lecturer
Member-Secretary
Atul Chandra Pandit
Assistant Professor

Academic Calendar Preparation & Compilation Team


Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
Professor & Director (Training)
Md. Nehal Ahmed
Associate Professor
Atul Chandra Pandit
Assistant Professor

Support Team
Sharmina Nargish
Sujan Kumar Ghosh
Tarannum Purween

Graphics & Design


Md. Nasir Uddin

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General Information
Forewords
BIBM Academic Calendar is the roadmap of BIBM activities for a particular year. Every year BIBM
prepares Academic Calendar incorporating its regular Professional Development Programs, Education
and Research Programs. Calendar preparation process of BIBM starts with the formation of Academic
Calendar Committee comprising its faculties. The committee prepares a draft by identifying the training
courses, training workshops, research workshops, review workshops and research projects etc. to be
included in the Academic Calendar for the next year. Then the draft is finalized in a Need Assessment
Meeting with the participation of head of the training institutes and representatives of all member banks
of BIBM. After finalizing the draft of the Academic Calendar, it is placed before the BIBM Executive
Committee. Accommodating the recommendations of the BIBM Executive Committee, the proposed
academic activities are placed before the Governing Board for approval.

The activities of BIBM have been expanded and transformed over the years, specially over the last few
year. In the beginning, BIBM had to concentrate on training of the entry-level officers due to absence of
appropriate training infrastructure in the banking industry. However, with the passage of time it
assumed the responsibility of imparting training to the mid and senior level officials of the banking
sector. In the early nineties, the financial sector of Bangladesh underwent a number of reform measures
as part of structural adjustment in the economy. In response to these reforms, the banking sector of
Bangladesh demanded up-gradation of capabilities of managerial-level officials as the banks expanded
their horizon of operations. Practically, growing expansion, cross-country linkages, and crises
experiences have continuously been contributing and reshaping and changing global banking activities.
In line with that, BIBM regularly updates its training areas, contents and methods. Especially,
introduction of research based professional development programs brought notable dimensional
changes in the research activities of BIBM. And, by the time these programs (Review Workshops and
Research Workshops) received tremendous applause of the banking community. Moreover, BIBM is
working on building global networks. BIBM has already launched a joint certification course on
Certified Expert in Risk Management with Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany.
Moreover the institute is in the process of introducing joint certification courses with EBTN (European
Banking Training and Financial Services Network).

In 1997, BIBM entered into education program through offering a post-graduate program in bank
management - the MBM. Initially, the program was conducted during day time. Later on, responding to
the demand from in-service professionals, MBM-Evening program was launched. Initially the programs
were run under CPGS (Center for Post Graduate Studies) affiliated with National University. In 2012,
University of Dhaka has given fresh affiliation to Dhaka School of Bank Management (DSBM) to run
MBM programs at BIBM. Beside training and education, BIBM's current activities include undertaking
research, organizing seminars and publishing reports on the issues relevant to the banking and financial
sector. BIBM publishes Bank Parikrama (a quarterly journal), Banking Research Series (a yearly
publication of the keynote papers of BIBM research workshops), Banking Review Series (a yearly
publication of the review workshop papers), Research Monographs (publications of the BIBM research
projects), Independent Review of the Banking Sector and Non-bank Financial Sector of Bangladesh
(annual publications), BIBM Bulletin (a quarterly publication) and Lecture on Ethics in Banking
(a compilation of memorial lecture on Banking Ethics) on a regular basis.

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Since inception till December, 2015 BIBM trained a total of 78,420 officers of banks and financial
institutions, and in 2015, the number of attendees in training programmes was 3752. Moreover, 2029
mid and senior level bankers took part in the Review workshop, Research workshop, Seminar and
research based/discussion programs. Further, 777 MBM graduates passed out from BIBM during the
period 1997-2015 and almost all of them have joined the banking profession. Besides, 201 MBM-
Evening graduates passed out from BIBM since inception in 2006. As part of consultancy services, in
recent time, BIBM helped developing capacity of AIBF (Afghanistan Institute of Banking and Finance)
sponsored by the World Bank; and performed Training Need Assessment for InM sponsored by DFID.
The institute also organizes special training programs and provides support in recruiting bank officials
in response to the special requisition of our member banks. In 2015, BIBM organized a number of joint
programs and undertook research and consultancy projects with International Chamber of Commerce
(ICC), Agrani Bank Limited, AB Bank Limited, UNDP and InM. In 2016, BIBM has also undertaken a
number of joint research and consultancy projects with GIZ, Poush Bangladesh, University of Dhaka
and Bangladesh Bank.

Following the regular process of formulating Academic Calendar of BIBM, a draft Academic Calendar
was presented by the Academic Calendar Committee in the Need Assessment Meeting held in October,
2015. The Academic Calendar of BIBM for the year 2016 has been approved by the Governing Board
for onward implementation.

I congratulate Academic Calendar Committee, faculty colleagues and the support team for successfully
accomplishing the task of finalizing the Academic Calendar 2016. Despite consultation with the
stakeholders, some of the training needs might remain unaddressed. BIBM welcomes suggestions from
all concerned for inclusion of unaddressed issues and further improvement of its activities.

(Dr. Toufic Ahmad Choudhury)


Director General

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Table of Contents

Title Page No.


General Information 1
Summarized Statement of Academic Calendar 9
Training Courses
Agricultural and Rural Banking 28
Appraisal and Management of Working Capital Financing 29
Asset-Liability Management in Banks 30
Audit and Inspection in Banks 31
Bank Management for Senior Executives 32
Banking Technology for Branch Managers 33
Branch Management 34
Capital Adequacy Assessment in Banks 35
Computer Network Administration and Security Management Using Windows OS 36
Communication Skill and Report Writing 37
Credit Access for Women Entrepreneurs 38
Credit Appraisal and Management 39
Credit Risk Management in Banks 40
Entrepreneurship Development for Small Enterprise Financing 41
Ethics and Integrity 42
Financial Analysis for Bankers 43
Financing Agro-based Business 44
Forex Dealing with Bourse Game 45
Green Banking 46
Human Resource Management in Banks 47
IFRS and Financial Statements of Banks 48
Information System Audit in Banks for Non-IT Executives 49
Internal Control and Compliance in Banks 50
International Trade Payment and Finance 51
Investment and Merchant Banking 52
Islamic Banking and Finance 53
IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks 54
Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills for Branch Managers 55
Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit 56
Marketing of Financial Services 57
Online Banking for Non-IT Executives 58
Prevention of Financial Crimes in Banks 59
Risk Management in Banks 60
SME Credit Risk Management 61
Training of Trainers 62

Outreach Training Courses 63


Banking Laws and Regulations 63
Credit Appraisal and Management 64
Financial Analysis for Bankers 65
Financing Agro-based Business 66
ICT for Banking Business Enhancement 67
International Trade Payment and Finance 68

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Outreach E-Workshops (Video Conferencing) 69
Banking Organization and Management 69
Organizational Development and Challenges in Banks 69
Risk Management in Banks 69

Training Workshops
Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market 70
Bank Guarantees 71
Basel-III: Regulatory Framework for Resilient Banking Systems 72
Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance for Sustainable Banking 73
Credit Risk Grading for Lending Decision 74
Customer Relationship Management in Banks 75
Debt Securities in Bangladesh 76
Enhancing Service Quality in Banks 77
Environmental Risk Management in Banks 78
Ethics and Integrity 79
Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing 80
Financial Crime and Compliance Issues in Banks 81
ICC Guidelines for Trade Facilitation 82
IT Governance in Banks 83
Inclusive Banking and Financial Literacy 74
Information System Audit and Risk Management in E-Banking 85
Infrastructure Financing and Public Private Partnership (PPP) 86
Islamic Financial Products and Regulatory Framework 87
Leadership Excellence for Bank Executives 88
Legal Aspects of Security and Documentation 89
Management of Non-performing Loans : Case-based Analysis 90
Mobile Banking and Agent Banking 91
Offshore Banking 92
Operational Risk Management in Banks 93
Preparation of Credit Proposal 94
Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing 95
Prudential Regulations and Bank Supervision 96
Retail Banking 97
Risk Based Internal Audit in Banks 98
Security Market Analysis and Portfolio Management 99
SME Delinquency Management 100
Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks 101
Structured Finance and Credit Derivatives 102
Team Building for Work Excellence in Banks 103
Term Lending: Case-based Analysis 104
Time and Stress Management for Bank Executives 105
Trade Financing in Banks 106
UCP-600 and Related ICC Guidelines 107
Working Capital Financing : Case-based Analysis 108

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Review Workshops
Internal Control and Compliance of Banks 109
Human Resource Management and Training Activities of Banks 119
Credit Operations of Banks 110
Trade Services Operations of Banks 110
IT Operations of Banks 111
Treasury Operations of Banks 111
Islamic Banking Operations of Banks 112

Research Workshops
Nature and Magnitude of Adverse Selection of Bank Borrowers: Bangladesh Perspective 113
Challenges of Correspondent Banking Relationship for Banks of Bangladesh 113
Loan Syndication in Bangladesh: Status and Challenges 114
Addressing Financial Crime in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh 114
Handling the Challenges of IT Risk Management in Banks 115
How to Incorporate Bio-Diversity Issues in Green Banking in Bangladesh? (Joint Program) 115

Roundtable Discussion
Basel III: Preparations of Banks in Bangladesh 116
Internet Banking: Benefits and Challenges in an Emerging Economy 116
Redesigning of Loan Products in Banks of Bangladesh 116

Research Projects 117

National Seminar 119

Banking Conferences 120

Publications 121

Dhaka School of Bank Management 122

Lecture Program 125

Faculty Symposium 125

BIBM Research Almanac 125

Online Nomination Process 126

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General Information
General Information
Status and Objectives
Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM) was established by Bangladesh Bank, the
nationalized commercial banks and other financial institutions as a national institute for training,
education, research and consultancy in the banking sector and was registered on 31st December
1974, under the Societies Act. XXI of 1860. The major objectives of the Institute are:
a) To impart training and education in banking operations and management;
b) To conduct research on issues relating to banking operations and management; and
c) To provide consultancy services relating to banking and allied fields.

Members of the Institute


A. Ordinary Members B. Associate Members

01. Bangladesh Bank 01. The City Bank Limited


02. Sonali Bank Limited 02. Prime Bank Limited
03. Janata Bank Limited 03. Dhaka Bank Limited
04. Agrani Bank Limited 04. Investment Corporation of Bangladesh
05. Rupali Bank Limited 05. Bangladesh Commerce Bank Limited
06. Pubali Bank Limited 06. The Premier Bank Limited
07. Uttara Bank Limited 07. Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited
08. Bangladesh Krishi Bank 08. State Bank of India
09. Bangladesh Development Bank Limited 09. Habib Bank Limited
10. AB Bank Limited 10. Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC
11. National Bank Limited 11. Bank Alfalah Limited
12. Eastern Bank Limited 12. Citibank, N.A.
13. United Commercial Bank Limited 13 National Bank of Pakistan
14. Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited 14. The Farmers Bank Limited
15. IFIC Bank Limited 15. WOORI Bank
16. Rajshahi KrishiUnnayan Bank
17. Standard Chartered Bank C. Emeritus Fellow
18. Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited Mr. A. K. N. Ahmed
19. Mercantile Bank Limited Former Governor
20. ONE Bank Limited Bangladesh Bank
21. Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited
22. National Credit and Commerce Bank Limited D. Fellow Member
23. Trust Bank Limited Dr. Mohammad Sohrab Uddin
24. Southeast Bank Limited Former Deputy Governor
25. Social Islami Bank Limited Bangladesh Bank
26. The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
27. Standard Bank Limited
28. Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Limited
29. Mutual Trust Bank Limited
30. BASIC Bank Limited
31. Jamuna Bank Limited
32. Bank Asia Limited
33. First Security Islami Bank Limited
34. Meghna Bank Limited
35. South Bangla Agriculture and Commerce Bank Limited
36. NRB Commercial Bank Limited
37. Union Bank Limited
38. BRAC Bank Limited

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General Information

Director General and Faculty Members


Director General
Professor Toufic Ahmad Choudhury
B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc., Ph.D (Economics, India)

Dr. Muzaffer Ahmad Chair Professor


Khondkar Ibrahim Khaled
Former Deputy Governor, Bangladesh Bank and Former Chairman, Bangladesh Krishi Bank

A.K. Gangopadhaya Chair Professor


S. A. Chowdhury
Former Chairman, Bangladesh Krishi Bank and Former Managing Director, Sonali Bank Limited

Supernumerary Professor
Helal Ahmed Chowdhury
Former Managing Director & CEO, Pubali Bank Limited

Md. Yasin Ali


Former Executive Director, Bangladesh Bank. Former Commissioner, Bangladesh Securities & Exchange
Commission. Former Deputy Managing Director, Prime Bank Ltd.
B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Dhaka University)

Core Faculty
Professor Selection Grade
Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
Director (Training)
B.A. (Hons.), M.A. (Economics)
Ph.D (International Finance, India)
PDF (Green Banking, USA)

Professor
Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
Director (RD&C)
B.Com. (Hons.), M.Com. (Accounting)
Ph.D (Finance, India), PDF (Corporate Finance, USA)

Associate Professor

Abdul Jalil Choudhury


B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Soil Science)
MBA (Finance, IBA), DCA (BIBM)

Md. Shihab Uddin Khan


B.Sc. (Hons.), Applied Physics and Electronics
M.Sc. (Computer Science, DU), MCP

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General Information
Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
Director (Dhaka School of Bank Management)
B.S.S. (Hons.), M.S.S. (Economics, CU), M.A. (Economics, Japan), DCA (BIBM)

Ashraf Al Mamun
M.Com (Management, DU), MBA (Management, DU), MPP (GRIPS, Japan)

Md. Nehal Ahmed


B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Statistics, DU), MBA (Finance, DU)
Certified Expert in Risk Management (Frankfurt, Germany)

Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam


B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Statistics, DU)
PGDICT (BUET), M.Sc. (ICT, BUET)

Mohammed Sohail Mustafa


MBA(UK), CFC(USA), CFA(USA)

Assistant Professor

Kaniz Rabbi
B.Sc. (Hons.), Applied Physics & Electronics, M.Sc. (Computer Science, DU)

Md. Alamgir
B.Sc. Civil Engineering (BUET), MBA (Finance, IBA, DU), MBM (BIBM), DAIBB

Mohammad Tazul Islam


BBA, MBA (Management, CU)
(on Study Leave)

Atul Chandra Pandit


BBA, MBA (Accounting & Information Systems, DU)
Certified Expert in Risk Management (Frankfurt, Germany)

Md. Masudul Haque


B.Com (Hons.), M.Com (Management, DU), DAIBB

Md. Shahid Ullah


BBA, MBA (Accounting & Information Systems, CU)

Mahmood-ur-Rahman
BSS(Hons.), MSS (Economics, DU)
(on Study Leave)

Md. Ruhul Amin


BBA (Finance & Banking), MBA (Finance, DU)

Md. Mosharref Hossain


BBA (Finance and Banking), MBA (Finance, DU)
(on Study Leave)

A. N. K. Mizan
BBA, MBA (Finance and Banking, RU)
(on Study Leave)

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General Information
Tahmina Rahman
BBA (Finance & Banking), MBA (Finance, DU)

Antara Zareen
BSS (Hons.), MSS (Economics, DU), MBM (BIBM), CDCS

Lecturer
Mohammad Shafiullah
BBA, MBA (Finance, DU)
(on Study Leave)

Md. Mahabbat Hossain


BBA, MBA (Accounting, RU)

Md. Zakir Hossain


BBA, MBA (Finance and Banking, RU)
(on Study Leave)

Maksuda Khatun
BBA, MBA (Accounting & Information Systems, DU)
(on Study Leave)

Rexona Yesmin
BBA, MBA (Marketing, DU)

Nur Al Faisal
BA(BMA), MBM (BIBM), MBA (Finance, IBA)

Tofayel Ahmed
B.Sc. (Hons., Statistics, CU)
EMBM (BIBM), CDCS

Rahat Banu
BSS (Hons. DU), MSS (Economics, DU)
EMBA(Accounting and Information Systems, DU)

Md. Abdul Halim


BSS (Hons.), MSS (Economics, DU)

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General Information
Faculty Members on Contract/ Deputation
Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
Faculty Member (on Contract)
Former General Manager, Sonali Bank Limited
B. Com (Hons.), M. Com (Accounting, DU), DAIBB

Sk. Nazibul Islam


Faculty Member (on Contract)
Former Deputy General Manager, Bangladesh Krishi Bank
B.Com (Hons.), M.Com (Management, DU), DAIBB

Md. Najir Hossain


Faculty Member (on Deputation)
Assistant General Manager, Janata Bank Limited
BA (Hons), MA (Economics), DAIBB

Faculty Consultant on Talent Acquisition


Dr. Bandana Saha
Former Director General, BIBM
B.A. (Hons.), M.S., Ph.D (Economics, U.S.S.R.)

Consulting Editor
Abed Ali
Former General Manager, Bangladesh Bank
B.Com (Hons.), M.Com. (Management)

SME Faculty Consultant


Sukamal Sinha Choudhury
Former General Manager
Bangladesh Bank

Faculty Consultant on Risk Management


Sajib Azad
Former Director, Moodys & Bank of England

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General Information
D.G Office
P.S. to Director General : S.M. Shahinul Islam, MSS, PGDDS
Evaluation/Documentation Officer : Sheikh Muhammad Anwar Hossain, M.A.
Staff Officer : A.K.M. Shahinuzzaman
MSS (Social Science in Sociology & Anthropology)
Administration
Senior Administrative Officer : Sharmina Nargish, BA (Hons.)
M.A. (Mass Communication and Journalism), PGDHRM
Officer, Publications-cum-Public Relations : Md. Golam Kabir, M.Com.(Mgt.), L.L.B
Asstt. Program Officer (DSBM) : Md. Habibur Rahman, M.A., DCAP
Asstt. Program Officer (EMBM) : A.N.M. Wahid Mondal, M.A. (Philosophy)
Asstt. Administrative Officer : Dipa Roy, BSS (Hons.), MSS (Economics.), PGDPM
Asstt. Administrative Officer : Khalid Hossain Mia, M.A., PGDPM
Engineer (Part-Time) : Md. Nurul Amin Farook, B.Sc Engr. (Civil)

Accounts
Senior Accounts Officer : Md. Nuruzzaman, M.Com. (Mgt.), PGDPM
Asstt. Accounts Officer : Abu Taher Patwary, B.Com.
Asstt. Accounts Officer : Md. Neamoth Ullah, B.Com. (Hons.)
M.Com (Accounting), MBA (Finance)

Library
Librarian : Sufia Khatun, M.A. (Library & Information Science)
M.Sc. (Geography)
Assistant Librarian : Numaira Afrin, B.Com. (Hons.), M.Com. (Marketing)
M.A. (Information Science and Library Management)
Assistant Librarian : Farhana Haque
M.A. (Information Sciences & Library Management)
Hostel
Hostel Superintendent : Md. Hamidur Rahman
B.A. (Tourism & Hotel Management)
Physician : Dr. Md. Saydul Islam, MBBS

Training Wing
Training Officer : Sujan Kumar Ghosh
BSS (Hons.) (Economics, KU), MS (Economics, NSU)

Research Wing
Research Officer : Papon Tabassum
BSS (Hons.) (Economics, KU), MS (Economics, NSU)

IT Operation
Computer Network Manager : Md. Lutful Alam Maruf
MSc. in Computer Science & Engineering, CCNA,CDCP

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General Information
Selected Information on Participants and BIBM Infrastructure
Executives Participated in the Training Courses and Training Workshops of BIBM
Year No. of Officers Year No. of Officers
1974 258 1995 1482
1975 517 1996 1514
1976 520 1997 1464
1977 580 1998 1340
1978 620 1999 1604
1979 712 2000 2176
1980 1198 2001 1938
1981 1030 2002 2124
1982 915 2003 2781
1983 817 2004 2705
1984 1170 2005 2433
1985 1259 2006 3651
1986 1234 2007 3989
1987 892 2008 3632
1988 757 2009 4250
1989 1241 2010 2632
1990 1407 2011 2636
1991 2067 2012 2789
1992 2077 2013 3296
1993 1902 2014 3560
1994 1499 2015 3752

Total Participants in 2015


Events Number of Program Total Participants
Training Course 52 1931
Outreach Training Course 06 346
Training Workshop 45 1475
Outreach Workshop (Lecture Program) 04 403
Outreach E-Workshops (Video Conferencing) 03 188
Review Workshops 07 467
Research Workshop 06 417
Foundation & Special Courses 52 1448
Seminar 10 1002
Roundtable Discussion 03 143

MBM & EMBM Students Passed


Passing Year MBM Student Passing Year MBM Student EMBM Student
1999 41 2009 48 36
1999 40 2010 48 38
2000 42 2011 48 31
2001 40 2012 47 43
2002 45 2013 57 25
2003 44 2014 - -
2004 42 2015 52 -
2005 44
2006 40
2007 49
2008 50

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General Information
Hostel Accommodation
BIBM has a six-storied hostel building with an accommodation capacity of 150 bank executives and MBM
students. It has a separate female block.

Library Books and Journals


There are about 27,935 books in BIBM library and the Institute subscribes to about 200 domestic and
foreign journals and magazines.

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Summarized Statement

SUMMARIZED STATEMENT OF ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2016


A. IN-HOUSE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

A1. TRAINING COURSES


Sl. No. Title Frequency Duration
1. Agricultural and Rural Banking 1 4
2. Appraisal and Management of Working Capital Financing 2 4
3. Asset-Liability Management in Banks 3 5
4. Audit and Inspection in Banks 1 4
5. Bank Management for Senior Executives 1 10
6. Banking Technology for Branch Managers 1 5
7. Branch Management 2 7
8. Capital Adequacy Assessment in Banks 1 3
9. Computer Network Administration and Security Management Using Windows OS 1 7
10. Communication Skill and Report Writing 1 3
11. Credit Access for Women Entrepreneurs 1 3
12. Credit Appraisal and Management 3 8
13. Credit Risk Management in Banks 1 3
14. Entrepreneurship Development for Small Enterprise Financing 1 4
15. Ethics and Integrity 1 2
16. Financial Analysis for Bankers 2 8
17. Financing Agro-based Business 1 4
18. Forex Dealing with Bourse Game 1 5
19. Green Banking 1 4
20. Human Resource Management in Banks 2 5
21. IFRS and Financial Statements of Banks 1 3
22. Information System Audit in Banks for Non-IT Executives 1 5
23. Internal Control and Compliance in Banks 2 4
24. International Trade Payment and Finance 3 8
25. Investment and Merchant Banking 1 5
26. Islamic Banking and Finance 1 5
27. IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks 2 5
28. Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills for Branch Managers 1 5
29. Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit 3 5
30. Marketing of Financial Services 2 3
31. Online Banking for Non-IT Executives 1 5
32. Prevention of Financial Crimes in Banks 2 4
33. Risk Management in Banks 2 5
34. SME Credit Risk Management 2 4
35. Training of Trainers 1 5
Total 53

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Summarized Statement

A2. TRAINING WORKSHOPS


Sl. No. Title Frequency Duration
1. Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market 1 2
2. Bank Guarantees 1 2
3. Basel-III: Regulatory Framework for Resilient Banking Systems 2 2
4. Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance for Sustainable Banking 1 2
5. Credit Risk Grading for Lending Decision 1 3
6. Customer Relationship Management in Banks 2 2
7. Debt Securities in Bangladesh 1 2
8. Enhancing Service Quality in Banks 1 2
9. Environmental Risk Management in Banks 1 2
10. Ethics and Integrity 1 1
11. Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing 1 3
12. Financial Crime and Compliance Issues in Banks 1 2
13. ICC Guidelines for Trade Facilitation 1 3
14. IT Governance in Banks 1 2
15. Inclusive Banking and Financial Literacy 1 2
16. Information System Audit and Risk Management in E-Banking 1 3
17. Infrastructure Financing and Public Private Partnership (PPP) 1 3
18. Islamic Financial Products and Regulatory Framework 1 2
19. Leadership Excellence for Bank Executives 1 2
20. Legal Aspects of Security and Documentation 2 2
21. Management of Non-performing Loans : Case-based Analysis 2 2
22. Mobile Banking and Agent Banking 1 2
23. Offshore Banking 1 2
24. Operational Risk Management in Banks 1 2
25. Preparation of Credit Proposal 1 2
26. Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing 2 2
27. Prudential Regulations and Bank Supervision 2 3
28. Retail Banking 1 2
29. Risk Based Internal Audit in Banks 1 2
30. Security Market Analysis and Portfolio Management 1 2
31. SME Delinquency Management 1 2
32. Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks 1 2
33. Structured Finance and Credit Derivatives 1 2
34. Team Building for Work Excellence in Banks 1 2
35. Term Lending: Case-based Analysis 1 2
36. Time and Stress Management for Bank Executives 1 2
37. Trade Financing in Banks 1 2
38. UCP-600 and Related ICC Guidelines 1 3
39. Working Capital Financing : Case-based Analysis 2 2
Total 46

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Summarized Statement

B. OUTREACH PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS


B1.OUTREACH COURSES/WORKSHOPS
Sl. No. Title Venue Frequency Duration
1. a. Banking Laws and Regulations
b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues * Barisal 1 5

2. a. Credit Appraisal and Management


b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues * Rangpur 1 5

3. a. Financial Analysis for Bankers


b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues * Sylhet 1 5

4. a. Financing Agro-based Business


b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues* Bogra 1 5

5. a. ICT for Banking Business Enhancement


b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues * Chittagong 1 5
6. a. International Trade Payment and Finance
Khulna 1 5
b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues *
Total 6
*Participated by regional heads of banks

B2. OUTREACH E-WORKSHOPS (VIDEO CONFERENCING)


Sl. No. Title Venue Frequency Duration
1. Banking Organization and Management Rajshahi 1 1
2. Organizational Development and Challenges in Banks Khulna 1 1
3. Risk Management in Banks Chittagong 1 1

B3. BIBM-FRANKFURT SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND MANAGEMENT JOINT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM


Sl. No. Title
1. Certified Expert in Risk Management (CERM)

C. RESEARCH BASED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS


C1. REVIEW WORKSHOPS
Sl. No. Title
1. Credit Operations of Banks
2. Human Resource Management and Training Activities of Banks
3. Internal Control and Compliance of Banks
4. Islamic Banking Operations of Banks
5. IT Operations of Banks
6. Trade Services Operations of Banks
7. Treasury Operations of Banks

C2. RESEARCH WORKSHOPS


Sl. No. Title
1. Addressing Financial Crime in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh
2. Challenges of Correspondent Banking Relationship for Banks of Bangladesh
3. Handling the Challenges of IT Risk Management in Banks
4. How to Incorporate Bio-Diversity Issues in Green Banking in Bangladesh? (Joint Program)
5. Loan Syndication in Bangladesh: Status and Challenges
6. Nature and Magnitude of Adverse Selection of Bank Borrowers: Bangladesh Perspective

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D. RESEARCH PROJECTS, SEMINARS AND ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION


D1. RESEARCH PROJECTS
Sl. No. Title
1. An Evaluation of Core Banking Software in Banks of Bangladesh
2. Financial and Non-Financial Issues in Implementing PPP in Bangladesh: An Examination of PPP Projects
in Pipeline
3. Fund Transfer Pricing of Commercial Banks of Bangladesh: Status and Measures for Implementing in
Banks of Bangladesh
4. Green Reporting Practices in Bangladeshi Banks (Joint Program)
5. Impact of Adopting Basel Accord in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh
6. Impact of Social Safely Net Programs on the Performance of SOCBs
7. Financial Inclusion and Shadow Banking (Joint Program with Bangladesh Bank)
8. Should Disaster Risk be a Part of Environmental Risk in Banking? (Joint Program with University of Dhaka)
9. The Impact of SME Financing on Banks Profitability: An Enquiry Across Banks in Bangladesh
10. Green Banking for Energy Sustainable Economy (Joint Program with GIZ and SREDA)

D2. NATIONAL SEMINARS


Sl. No. Title
1. Corporate Governance in Banks- Impact on Profitability
2. Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks in Bangladesh: Issues and Challenges
3. Handling Credit Risk of Banks in Bangladesh: Demand, Supply and Regulatory Perspective
4. Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Enhancement of Business and Profitability
of Banks
5. Implication of Loan Rescheduling and Write-off on the Performance of Banks
6. SME Finance and Inclusive Growth: Bangladesh Perspective

D3. ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION


Sl. No. Title
1. Basel III: Preparations of Banks in Bangladesh
2. Internet Banking Benefits & Challenges in an Emerging Economy
3. Redesigning of Loan Products in Banks of Bangladesh

E. BANKING CONFERENCES
Sl. No. Title
1. Annual Banking Conference 2016
2. Annual Conference for the Chief Executives of Banks and Non-Bank Financial Institutions 2016
3. International Conference on Green Banking for Green Industry and Green Economy (Joint Program)
4. International Conference titled BankTechAsia on Retail Banking Technology (Joint Program)

F. LECTURE PROGRAM
Sl. No. Title
1. Sixteenth Nurul Matin Memorial Lecture on Ethics in Banking

G. PUBLICATIONS
Sl. No. Title
1. Bank Parikrama- A Journal of Banking and Finance
2. Banking Review Series
3. Banking Research Series
4. Compilation of Speeches of Policy Makers
5. Independent Review of Banking Sector of Bangladesh
6. Independent Review of Non-Bank Financial Sector of Bangladesh
7. A Review of the Financial Sector of Bangladesh (Bi-annual) (New)
8. Proceedings on Annual Banking Conference
9. Research Monograph (Completed Research Projects)
10. BIBM Bulletin

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Summarized Statement

Broad Area-Wise Distribution of Training Programs


Credit Management Frequency
Training Courses
Credit Appraisal and Management 3
Credit Risk Management in Banks 1
Financing Agro-based Business 1
Appraisal and Management of Working Capital Financing 2
Outreach Training Courses
Credit Appraisal and Management 1
Financing Agro-based Business 1
Training Workshops
Credit Risk Grading for Lending Decision 1
Management of Non-performing Loans : Case based Analysis 2
Preparation of Credit Proposal 1
Retail Banking 1
Term Lending: Case-based Analysis 1
Working Capital Financing : Case-based Analysis 2
Review Workshop
Credit Operations of Banks 1
Research Workshop
Loan Syndication in Bangladesh: Status and Challenges 1
Nature and Magnitude of Adverse Selection of Bank Borrowers: Bangladesh Perspective 1
Inclusive Banking Frequency
Training Courses
Agricultural and Rural Banking 1
Credit Access for Women Entrepreneurs 1
Entrepreneurship Development for Small Enterprise Financing 1
Green Banking 1
SME Credit Risk Management 2
Training Workshops
Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market 1
Inclusive Banking and Financial Literacy 1
Environmental Risk Management in Banks 1
SME Delinquency Management 1
Human Resource Management Frequency
Training Courses
Human Resource Management in Banks 2
Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills for Branch Managers 1
Communication Skill and Report Writing 1
Training Workshops
Leadership Excellence for Bank Executives 1
Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks 1
Time and Stress Management for Bank Executives 1
Team Building for Work Excellence in Banks 1
Review Workshop
Human Resource Management and Training Activities of Banks 1
Outreach E-Workshops (Video Conferencing)
Organizational Development and Challenges in Banks 1

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International Trade Payment and Finance Frequency


Training Course
International Trade Payment and Finance 3
Outreach Training Course
International Trade Payment and Finance 1
Training Workshops
Bank Guarantees 1
ICC Guidelines for Trade Facilitation 1
Offshore Banking 1
Trade Financing in Banks 1
UCP-600 and Related ICC Guidelines 1
Review Workshop
Trade Services Operations of Banks 1
Research Workshop
Challenges of Correspondent Banking Relationship for Banks of Bangladesh
ALM and Risk Management Frequency
Training Courses
Asset-Liability Management in Banks 3
Audit and Inspection in Banks 1
Capital Adequacy Assessment in Banks 1
Risk Management in Banks 2
Training Workshops
Basel-III: Regulatory Framework for Resilient Banking Systems 2
Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance for Sustainable Banking 1
Operational Risk Management in Banks 1
Risk Based Internal Audit in Banks 1
Research Workshop
Addressing Financial Crime in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh 1
Outreach E-Workshops (Video Conferencing)
Risk Management in Banks 1
Bank Management, Regulation and Supervision Frequency
Training Courses
Bank Management for Senior Executives 1
Branch Management 2
Ethics and Integrity 1
Internal Control and Compliance in Banks 2
IFRS and Financial Statements of Banks 1
Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit 3
Prevention of Financial Crimes in Banks 2
Outreach Training Course
Banking Laws and Regulations 1
Training Workshops
Ethics and Integrity 1
Financial Crime and Compliance Issues in Banks 1
Legal Aspects of Security and Documentation 2
Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing 2
Prudential Regulations and Bank Supervision 2
Outreach E-Workshops (Video Conferencing)
Banking Organization and Management 1
Review Workshop
Internal Control and Compliance of Banks 1
Research Workshop
Addressing Financial Crime in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh
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Information and Communication Technology Frequency


Training Courses
Computer Network Administration and Security Management Using Windows OS 1
Banking Technology for Branch Managers 1
Information System Audit in Banks for Non IT-Executives 1
IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks 2
Online Banking for Non-IT Executives 1
Outreach Training Course
ICT for Banking Business Enhancement 1
Training Workshops
Information System Audit and Risk Management in E- Banking 1
IT Governance in Banks 1
Mobile Banking and Agent Banking 1
Review Workshop
IT Operations of Banks 1
Research Workshop
Handling the Challenges of IT Risk Management in Banks 1
Treasury, Investment and Merchant Banking Frequency
Training Courses
Forex Dealing with Bourse Game 1
Investment and Merchant Banking 1
Training Workshops
Debt Securities in Bangladesh 1
Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing 1
Infrastructure Financing and Public Private Partnership (PPP) 1
Security Market Analysis and Portfolio Management 1
Structured Finance and Credit Derivatives 1
Review Workshop
Treasury Operations of Banks 1
Islamic Banking Frequency
Training Course
Islamic Banking and Finance 1
Training Workshop
Islamic Financial Products and Regulatory Framework 1
Review Workshop
Islamic Banking Operations of Banks 1
Cross Cutting Courses Frequency
Training Courses
Financial Analysis for Bankers 2
Marketing of Financial Services 2
Training of Trainers 1
Training Workshop
Customer Relationship Management in Banks 2
Enhancing Service Quality in Banks 1
Outreach Training Course
Financial Analysis for Bankers 1
Research Workshop
How to Incorporate Bio-Diversity Issues in Green Banking in Bangladesh? (Joint Program) 1

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Academic Programs for the Year 2016

Training Courses Schedule


Course Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. HRMB 5 10
2. IBF 5 17
3. ITSFPB 5 24
4. LAGBC 5 24
5. SMECRM 4 31
6. AMWCF 4 01
7. ITPF 8 07
8. BM 7 14
9. GB 4 22
10. CSRW 3 28
11. PFCB 4 29
12. ALM 5 06
13. BTBM 5 06
14. AgRB 4 13
15. CAM 8 20
16. MFS 3 27
17. FAB 8 03
18. AIB 4 10
19. CNASM 7 17
20. LTBNS 5 17
21. RMB 5 24
22. EDSME 4 02
23. ICCB 4 02
24. BMSE 10 08
25. ISABNITE 5 15
26. FAgBB 4 22
27. IFRS 3 24
28. IMB 5 29
29. ITPF 8 05
30. CAAB 3 07
31. LAGBC 5 12
32. ALM 5 17
33. EI 2 20
34. CAM 8 24
35. OBNITE 5 24
36. PFCB 4 01
37. HRMB 5 07
38. BM 7 16
39. CRM 3 16
40. MFS 3 28
41. ITSFPB 5 25
42. RMB 5 02
43. CAWE 3 04
44. FAB 8 09
45. ICCB 4 17
46. AMMWCF 4 23
47. SMECRM 4 24
48. ITPF 8 01
49. LAGBC 5 06
50. FDBG 5 13
51. ALM 5 20
52. CAM 8 04
53. TOT 5 11

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Outreach Training Courses Schedule


Working
Course No. Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May June Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Days
1. FAgBB 5 28 Bogra
2. ITPF 5 27 Khulna
3. FAB 5 17 Sylhet
4. ICTBBE 5 07 Chittagong
5. BLR 5 25 Barisal
6. CAM 5 16 Rangpur

Outreach E-Workshops (Video Conferencing)


Workshop Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. RMB 1 Chittagong
2. ODCB 1 Khulna
3. BOM 1 Rajshahi

Training Workshops Schedule


Workshop Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. PMLTF 2 13
2. MNPL 2 20
3. RBIA 2 20
4. DSB 2 27
5. RB 2 03
6. ISAEB 3 09
7. B-III 2 10
8. FLVF 3 16
9. CRGLD 3 23
10. SMAPM 2 02
11. CRMB 2 09
12. ICCGTF 3 14
13. PRBS 3 22
14. CSRGSB 2 30
15. MBAB 2 06
16. LASD 2 12
17. BG 2 20
18. IFPPP 3 26
19. WCFCA 2 11
20. TSMBE 2 18
21. ORM 2 25
22. ESQB 2 01
23. PCP 2 05
24. SMEDM 2 08
25. AFCM 2 15
26. PMLTF 2 15
27. TBWEB 2 20
28. TFB 2 27
29. ERM 2 03
30. IFPRF 2 03
31. MNPL 2 10
32. SFCD 2 17
33. PRBS 3 22
34. ITG 2 30
35. B-III 2 28
36. IBFL 2 28
37. LEBE 2 05
38. OB 2 12
39. TLC 2 19
40. CRM 2 30
41. EI 1 31
42. SHRM 2 09
43. LASD 2 16
44. WCFC 2 23
45. FCCIB 2 07
46. UCP 600 3 13

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Review Workshops Schedule


Workshop Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. ICCB 1 21
2. HRMTAB 1 05
3. COB 1 17
4. TSOB 1 26
5. ITOB 1 02
6. TOB 1 14
7. IBOB 1 20

Research Workshops Schedule


Workshop Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. NMASBBBP 1 04
2. CCBRBB 1 24
3. LSBSC 1 06
4. AFCBSB 1 03
5. HCITRMB 1 10
6. HIBDIGBB 1 11

Roundtable Discussion Schedule


Roundtable Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. RLPBB 1 06
2. B-IIIPBB 1 01
3. IBBCEE 1 13

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Summarized Statement

COURSE WISE COORDINATION LOAD DISTRIBUTION


A. Training Courses
Sl. Duration Course
Title Freq. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
No. (w/d) No.
1. Agricultural and Rural Banking 1 4 TC14/2016 Mar 13-16 Abdul Jalil Choudhury Md. Mahabbat Hossain
Appraisal and Management of Working Capital 2 4 TC06/2016 Feb 01-04 Md. Alamgir Md. Mahabbat Hossain
2.
Financing TC46/2016 Oct 23-26 Md. Alamgir Tahmina Rahman
3 5 TC12/2016 Mar 06-10 Md. Nehal Ahmed Nur Al Faisal
3. Asset-Liability Management in Banks TC32/2016 July 17-21 Md. Ruhul Amin Md. Abdul Halim
TC51/2016 Nov 20-24 Nur Al Faisal Rahat Banu
4. Audit and Inspection in Banks 1 4 TC18/2016 Apr 10-13 Atul Chandra Pandit Md. Mahabbat Hossain
5. Bank Management for Senior Executives 1 10 TC24/2016 May 08-19 Sk. Nazibul Islam Md. Najir Hossain
6. Banking Technology for Branch Managers 1 5 TC13/2016 Mar 06-10 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Kaniz Rabbi
2 7 TC08/2016 Feb 14-23 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker Atul Chandra Pandit
7. Branch Management
TC38/2016 Aug 16-24 Sk. Nazibul Islam Nur Al Faisal
8. Capital Adequacy Assessment in Banks 1 3 TC30/2016 Jun 07-09 Atul Chandra Pandit Nur Al Faisal
Computer Network Administration and Security 1 7
9. TC19/2016 Apr 17-25 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Kaniz Rabbi
Management Using Windows OS
10. Communication Skill and Report Writing 1 3 TC10/2016 Feb 28-Mar 01 Ashraf Al Mamun Rahat Banu
11. Credit Access for Women Entrepreneurs 1 3 TC43/2016 Oct 04-06 Rexona Yesmin Rahat Banu
3 8 TC15/2016 Mar 20-29 Md. Najir Hossain Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
12. Credit Appraisal and Management TC34/2016 Jul 24-Aug 02 Md. Najir Hossain Md. Mahabbat Hossain
TC52/2016 Dec 04-13 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker Md. Shahid Ullah
13. Credit Risk Management in Banks 1 3 TC39/2016 Aug 16-18 Md. Nehal Ahmed Atul Chandra Pandit
Entrepreneurship Development for Small Enterprise 1 4
14. TC22/2016 May 02-05 Md. Masudul Haque Md. Abdul Halim
Financing
15. Ethics and Integrity 1 2 TC33/2016 Jul 20-21 Sk. Nazibul Islam Tofayel Ahmed
2 8 TC17/2016 Apr 03-12 Tahmina Rahman Nur Al Faisal
16. Financial Analysis for Bankers
TC44/2016 Oct 09-18 Tahmina Rahman Md. Abdul Halim
17. Financing Agro-based Business 1 4 TC26/2016 May 22-26 Abdul Jalil Choudhury Md. Ruhul Amin
18. Forex Dealing with Bourse Game 1 5 TC50/2016 Nov 13-17 Md. Alamgir Tofayel Ahmed
19. Green Banking 1 4 TC09/2016 Feb 22-25 Md. Shahid Ullah Tahmina Rahman

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Sl. Duration Course


Title Freq. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
No. (w/d) No.
2 5 TC01/2016 Jan 10-14 Ashraf Al Mamun Md. Masudul Haque
20. Human Resource Management in Banks
TC37/2016 Aug 07-11 Ashraf Al Mamun Rahat Banu
21. IFRS and Financial Statements of Banks 1 3 TC27/2016 May 24-26 Md. Mahabbat Hossain Tofayel Ahmed
Information System Audit in Banks for Non IT- 1 5
22. TC25/2016 May 15-19 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Kaniz Rabbi
Executives
2 4 TC23/2016 May 02-05 To be decided Md. Shahid Ullah
23. Internal Control and Compliance in Banks
TC45/2016 Oct 17-20 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Atul Chandra Pandit
3 8 TC07/2016 Feb 07-16 Antara Zareen Tofayel Ahmed
24. International Trade Payment and Finance TC29/2016 June 05-14 Antara Zareen Rahat Banu
TC48/2016 Nov 01-10 Antara Zareen Md. Abdul Halim
25. Investment and Merchant Banking 1 5 TC28/2016 May 29-Jun 02 Mohammed Sohail Mustafa Tahmina Rahman
26. Islamic Banking and Finance 1 5 TC02/2016 Jan 17-21 Md. Alamgir Nur Al Faisal
2 5 TC03/2016 Jan 24-28 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Kaniz Rabbi
27. IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks
TC41/2016 Sep 25-29 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Kaniz Rabbi
Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills for 1 5
28. TC20/2016 Apr 17-21 Ashraf Al Mamun Rexona Yesmin
Branch Managers
3 5 TC04/2016 Jan 24-28 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker Rahat Banu
29. Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit TC31/2016 Jun 12-16 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker Md. Najir Hossain
TC49/2016 Nov 06-10 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker Md. Najir Hossain
2 3 TC16/2016 Mar 27-29 Md. Masudul Haque Rexona Yesmin
30. Marketing of Financial Services
TC40/2016 Aug 28-30 Rexona Yesmin Rahat Banu
31. Online Banking for Non-IT Executives 1 5 TC35/2016 Jul 24-28 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Kaniz Rabbi
2 4 TC11/2016 Feb 29-Mar 03 To be decided Md. Najir Hossain
32. Prevention of Financial Crimes in Banks
TC36/2016 Aug 01-04 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker To be decided
2 5 TC21/2016 Apr 24-28 Md. Alamgir Nur Al Faisal
33. Risk Management in Banks
TC42/2016 Oct 02-06 Md. Ruhul Amin Nur Al Faisal
2 4 TC05/2016 Jan 31-Feb 03 Sk. Nazibul Islam Md. Abdul Halim
34. SME Credit Risk Management
TC47/2016 Oct 24-27 Sk. Nazibul Islam Md. Mahabbat Hossain
35. Training of Trainers 1 5 TC53/2016 Dec 11-15 Sk. Nazibul Islam Tofayel Ahmed

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B. Outreach Training Courses


Sl. Duration Course
Title Venue Freq. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
No. (w/d) No.
a. Banking Laws and Regulations
1. b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues Barisal 1 5 OR05/2016 Sep 25-29 Md. Najir Hossain Md. Masudul Haque
(Participated by Regional Heads of Banks)
a. Credit Appraisal and Management
2. b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues Rangpur 1 5 OR06/2016 Oct 16-20 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker Md. Mahabbat Hossain
(Participated by Regional Heads of Banks)
a. Financial Analysis for Bankers
3. b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues Sylhet 1 5 OR03/2016 Apr 17-21 Mohammed Sohail Mustafa Md. Shahid Ullah
(Participated by Regional Heads of Banks)
a. Financing Agro-based Business
4. b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues Bogra 1 5 OR01/2016 Feb 28-Mar 03 Sk. Nazibul Islam Md. Ruhul Amin
(Participated by Regional Heads of Banks)
a. ICT for Banking Business Enhancement
5. b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues Chittagong 1 5 OR04/2016 Aug 07-11 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
(Participated by Regional Heads of Banks)
a. International Trade Payment and Finance
6. b. Half Day Workshop on Recent Policy Issues Khulna 1 5 OR02/2016 Mar 27-31 Antara Zareen Tofayel Ahmed
(Participated by Regional Heads of Banks)

C. Outreach E-Workshop (Video Conferencing)


Sl. Duration Course
Title Venue Freq. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
No. (w/d) No.
1. Banking Organization and Management Rajshahi 1 1 OE03/2016 October Tofayel Ahmed Lutful Alam Maruf
2. Organizational Development and Challenges in Banks Khulna 1 1 OE02/2016 August Md. Abdul Halim Lutful Alam Maruf
3. Risk Management in Banks Chittagong 1 1 OE01/2016 April Nur Al Faisal Lutful Alam Maruf

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D. Training Workshops
Sl. Duration Workshop
Title Freq. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
No. (w/d) No.
1. Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market 1 2 TW25/2016 Jun 15-16 Md. Alamgir Md. Ruhul Amin
2. Bank Guarantees 1 2 TW17/2016 Apr 20-21 Antara Zareen Rahat Banu
Basel-III: Regulatory Framework for Resilient Banking TW07/2016 Feb 10-11 Md. Nehal Ahmed Md. Alamgir
3. 2 2
Systems TW35/2016 Sep 28-29 Md. Nehal Ahmed Atul Chandra Pandit
Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance for
4. 1 2 TW14/2016 Mar 30-31 Ashraf Al Mamun Rahat Banu
Sustainable Banking
5. Credit Risk Grading for Lending Decision 1 3 TW09/2016 Feb 23-25 Md. Mahabbat Hossain Md. Abdul Halim
TW11/2016 Mar 09-10 Sk. Nazibul Islam Rexona Yesmin
6. Customer Relationship Management in Banks 2 2
TW40/2016 Oct 30-31 Md. Najir Hossain Rexona Yesmin
7. Debt Securities in Bangladesh 1 2 TW04/2016 Jan 27-28 Mohammed Sohail Mustafa Tahmina Rahman
8. Enhancing Service Quality in Banks 1 2 TW22/2016 Jun 01-02 Md. Masudul Haque Rexona Yesmin
9. Environmental Risk Management in Banks 1 2 TW29/2016 Aug 03-04 Antara Zareen Tahmina Rahman
10. Ethics and Integrity 1 1 TW41/2016 Oct 31 To be decided Sk. Nazibul Islam
11. Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing 1 3 TW08/2016 Feb 16-18 Abdul Jalil Choudhury Md. Ruhul Amin
12. Financial Crime and Compliance Issues in Banks 1 2 TW45/2016 Dec 07-08 To be decided Sk. Nazibul Islam
13. ICC Guidelines for Trade Facilitation 1 3 TW12/2016 Mar 14-16 Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib Tofayel Ahmed
14. IT Governance in Banks 1 2 TW34/2016 Aug 30-31 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
15. Inclusive Banking and Financial Literacy 1 2 TW36/2016 Sep 28-29 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Rahat Banu
Information System Audit and Risk Management in
16. 1 3 TW06/2016 Feb 09-11 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Kaniz Rabbi
E-Banking
Infrastructure Financing and Public Private Partnership 1 3
17. TW18/2016 Apr 26-28 Md. Ruhul Amin Md. Abdul Halim
(PPP)
18. Islamic Financial Products and Regulatory Framework 1 2 TW30/2016 Aug 03-04 Md. Alamgir Md. Mahabbat Hossain
19. Leadership Excellence for Bank Executives 1 2 TW37/2016 Oct 05-06 Md. Masudul Haque Tahmina Rahman
2 2 TW16/2016 Apr 12-13 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker Tofayel Ahmed
20. Legal Aspects of Security and Documentation
TW43/2016 Nov 16-17 Dhana Ranjan Karmaker Md. Abdul Halim
Management of Non-performing Loans : Case-based 2 2 TW02/2016 Jan 20-21 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Md. Shahid Ullah
21.
Analysis TW31/2016 Aug 10-11 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Md. Shahid Ullah
22. Mobile Banking and Agent Banking 1 2 TW15/2016 Apr 06-07 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Kaniz Rabbi
23. Offshore Banking 1 2 TW38/2016 Oct 12-13 Antara Zareen Tofayel Ahmed

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Sl. Duration Workshop


Title Freq. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
No. (w/d) No.
24. Operational Risk Management in Banks 1 2 TW21/2016 May 25-26 Md. Nehal Ahmed Atul Chandra Pandit
25. Preparation of Credit Proposal 1 2 TW23/2016 Jun 05-06 Md. Najir Hossain Md. Shahid Ullah
Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist 2 2 TW01/2016 Jan 13-14 Sheikh Mozaffar Hossain Md. Najir Hossain
26.
Financing TW26/2016 Jun 15-16 To be decided Nur Al Faisal
2 3 TW13/2016 Mar 22-24 To be decided Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
27. Prudential Regulations and Bank Supervision
TW33/2016 Aug 22-24 To be decided Md. Abdul Halim
28. Retail Banking 1 2 TW05/2016 Feb 03-04 Md. Masudul Haque Rexona Yesmin
29. Risk Based Internal Audit in Banks 1 2 TW03/2016 Jan 20-21 Atul Chandra Pandit Md. Abdul Halim
30. Security Market Analysis and Portfolio Management 1 2 TW10/2016 Mar 02-03 Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
31. SME Delinquency Management 1 2 TW24/2016 Jun 08-09 Ashraf Al Mamun Tahmina Rahman
32. Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks 1 2 TW42/2016 Nov 09-10 Ashraf Al Mamun Nur Al Faisal
33. Structured Finance and Credit Derivatives 1 2 TW32/2016 Aug 17-18 Mohammed Sohail Mustafa Md. Ruhul Amin
34. Team Building for Work Excellence in Banks 1 2 TW27/2016 Jul 20-21 Md. Masudul Haque Rexona Yesmin
35. Term Lending: Case-based Analysis 1 2 TW39/2016 Oct 19-20 Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
36. Time and Stress Management for Bank Executives 1 2 TW20/2016 May 18-19 Md. Masudul Haque Rexona Yesmin
37. Trade Financing in Banks 1 2 TW28/2016 Jul 27-28 Antara Zareen Tofayel Ahmed
38. UCP-600 and Related ICC Guidelines 1 3 TW46/2016 Dec 13-15 Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib Antara Zareen
2 2 TW19/2016 May 11-12 Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee Md. Shahid Ullah
39. Working Capital Financing : Case-based Analysis
TW44/2016 Nov 23-24 Md. Ruhul Amin Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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Summarized Statement

E. Review Workshops
Sl.
Title Freq. Duration (w/d) RvW No. Date Coordinator
No.
1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. D. R. Karmaker
3. Atul Chandra Pandit
1. Credit Operations of Banks 1 1 RvW03/2016 May 17 4. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
5. Tahmina Rahman
6. Nur Al Faisal
7. Banker
1. Ashraf Al Mamun
Human Resource Management and Training Activities of 2. Md. Masudul Haque
2. 1 1 RvW02/2016 May 05
Banks 3. Rexona Yesmin
4. Banker
1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam
3. Internal Control and Compliance of Banks 1 1 RvW01/2016 Apr 21 3. Md. Shahid Ullah
4. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
5. Banker
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam
4. Islamic Banking Operations of Banks 1 1 RvW07/2016 Jun 20 3. Md. Alamgir
4. Md. Saidur Rahman, SJIBL
5. Banker
1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
5. IT Operations of Banks 1 1 RvW05/2016 Jun 02
3. Kaniz Rabbi
4. Banker
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Antara Zareen
3. Tofayel Ahmed
6. Trade Services Operations of Banks 1 1 RvW04/2016 May 26
4. Anisur Rahman, BB
5. Md. Mahbubur Rahman, IBBL
6. A.T.M. Nessarul Haque, MTBL
1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Md. Alamgir
7. Treasury Operations of Banks 1 1 RvW06/2016 Jun 14
3. Mehdi Zaman, EBL
4. Arequl Arefeen, BAL

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F. Research Workshops
Sl. Duration
Title Freq. RsW No. Date Coordinator
No. (w/d)
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam
1. Addressing Financial Crime in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh 1 1 RsW04/2016 Nov 03
3. Md. Nehal Ahmed
4. Atul Chandra Pandit
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Antara Zareen
Challenges of Correspondent Banking Relationship for Banks of 3. Tofayel Ahmed
2. 1 1 RsW02/2016 Aug 24
Bangladesh 4. Pradip Paul, BB
5. A.T. M Nesarul Haque, MTBL
6. Md. Mazharul Hasan, SBAB
1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
3. Handling the Challenges of IT Risk Management in Banks 1 1 RsW05/2016 Nov 10
3. Kaniz Rabbi
4. Banker
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Md. Shahid Ullah
How to Incorporate Bio-Diversity Issues in Green Banking in
4. 1 1 RsW06/2016 Dec 11 3. Tahmina Rahman
Bangladesh? (Joint Program)
4. Antara Zareen
5. Tofayel Ahmed
1. Helal Ahmed Chowdhury
2. Atul Chandra Pandit
5. Loan Syndication in Bangladesh: Status and Challenges 1 1 RsW03/2016 Oct 06 3. Md. Ruhul Amin
4. Md. Abdul Halim
5. Banker
1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
Nature and Magnitude of Adverse Selection of Bank Borrowers: 2. Tahmina Rahman
6. 1 1 RsW01/2016 Aug 04
Bangladesh Perspective 3. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
4. Banker

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G. National Seminar
Sl. Duration
Title Freq. Date Coordinator
No. (w/d)
1. Sheikh Mozaffar Hossain
2. Md. Najir Hossain
1. Corporate Governance in Banks- Impact on Profitability 1 1 Nov 17 3. Md. Abdul Halim
4. Rahat Banu
5. Banker
1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Md. Alamgir
Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks in Bangladesh: Issues and
2. 1 1 Oct 20 3. Nur Al Faisal
Challenges
4. Md. Abdul Halim
5. Nahid Rahman, JD, BB
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
Handling Credit Risk of Banks in Bangladesh: Demand, Supply and
3. 1 1 Apr 28 2. Md. Nehal Ahmed
Regulatory Perspective
3. Atul Chandra Pandit
1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on
4. 1 1 Dec 18 2. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
Enhancement of Business and Profitability of Banks
3. Ms. Kaniz Rabbi
1. S.A. Chowdhury
2. Md. Shahid Ullah
Implication of Loan Rescheduling and Write-off on the Performance of Jul 21 3. Md. Ruhul Amin
5. 1 1
Banks 4. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
5. Tahmina Rahman
6. Anwar Faruq Talukder, SVP,EBL
1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Ashraf Al Mamun
6. SME Finance and Inclusive Growth: Bangladesh Perspective 1 1 Aug 14 3. Md. Masudul Haque
4. Md. Ruhul Amin
5. Dr. Md. Ezazul Islam, DGM, CEU, BB

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H. Roundtable Discussion
Sl. Duration
Title Freq. Date Coordinator
No. (w/d)
1. Dr. Prshanta Kumar Banerjee
1. Basel III: Preparation of Banks in Bangladesh 1 1 Sep 01 2. Md. Nehal Ahmed
3. Md. Alamgir
1. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
2. Internet Banking Benefits & Challenges in an Emerging Economy 1 1 Oct 13 2. Tahmina Rahman
3. Banker
1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
3. Redesigning of Loan Products in Banks of Bangladesh 1 1 Jun 06 2. Md. Ruhul Amin
3. Bankers

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Training Courses

Training Courses

AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL BANKING

1. Title : Agricultural and Rural Banking


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Project Visit
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the innovative techniques of agricultural and rural financing.
b. To familiarize the participants with the present status of agricultural and rural banking in
Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Agricultural and Rural Banking System of Bangladesh, Role of Banks in Promoting Agriculture
and Developing Rural Sector Project.
b. Modernizing Agricultural and Rural Sector Lending Practices.
c. Agricultural and Social Value Chain, Technological Innovation in Agriculture of Bangladesh,
Selection of Appropriate Technology, Role of Bank Financing in Popularizing Technology
among Farmers.
d. Bank Approaches in Agricultural Project Identification, Appraising, Financing, Implementation
and Evaluation.
e. Appraisal of Managerial, Organizational, Marketing, Technical, Financial Aspects of Projects,
Farm's Income Analysis, Farm Budgeting, Cash flow Statement, Discounted Cash Flow
Techniques, Economic Analysis of Agricultural and Rural Projects, Shadow Pricing,
Compilation of Risk and Sensitivity Analysis of Agricultural and Rural Projects.
f. Recent Initiatives of Central Bank for Agricultural Financing: Sharecropper Financing, Crop-
financing, Non-crop Financing, Farmers' Account.

10. Course No. : TC14/2016


a. Time : March 13-16, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Abdul Jalil Choudhury
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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Training Courses

APPRAISAL AND MANAGEMENT OF WORKING CAPITAL FINANCING

1. Title : Appraisal and Management of Working Capital Financing


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objective
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts, types, span, necessity and policy guidelines
related to working capital.
b. To inform the techniques of appraisal of working capital.
c. To familiarize the process of working capital assessment.
d. To acquaint the participants with the techniques of management of working capital.

9. Contents
a. Working Capital-Concepts, Policy Guidelines, Types and Working Capital Cycle.
b. Planning and Strategies for Working Capital Finance, Importance of Working Capital, and
Volume of Working Capital.
c. Analysis of Financial Statements - Financial Spread Sheet (FSS) - Comparative and Common
Size Financial Statements, Ratio Analysis, Cash Flow Statement Analysis.
d. Assessment of Working Capital Finance-Trading Sector, Service Sector, and Manufacturing
Sector.
e. Sanctioning, Documentation, Disbursement Procedures of Working Capital Financing
f. Valuation and Control of Security, Creation of Charges, Insurance of Goods, Security
Compliance Checklist.
g. Non -legal Measures-Credit Monitoring and Recovery-Early Alert Process, Loan Classification
and Provisioning, Strategies for Managing Non-performing Loans, Legal Process for Loan
Recovery

10. Course No. : TC06/2016


a. Time : February 01-04, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

11. Course No. : TC46/2016


a. Time : October 23-26, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Tahmina Rahman

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Training Courses

ASSET-LIABILITY MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Asset-Liability Management in Banks


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 03
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the policies, techniques and strategies involved in effective
management of assets and liabilities of banks and financial institutions.
b. To develop skilled manpower needed for effective management of various risks that arise from
the bank's dealing with assets and liabilities.

9. Contents
a. Regulatory Framework of Asset Liability Management-ALM Policy Statement, Structure of
ALM, MIS for ALM, ALCO.
b. Financial Statements of Banks and Financial Institutions
c. Deposit and Non-deposit Liabilities and their Management.
d. Capital Management in line with RBCA Guideline.
e. Management of Earning Asset Portfolio.
f. Off-Balance Sheet Activities and their Implications.
g. Liquidity Management- Demand for and Supply of Liquidity, Maturity Profiles and Forecasting
Liquidity Requirements, Strategies for Managing Liquidity Risk.
h. Interest Rate Risk Management-Mismatch between Assets and Liabilities, Gap and Duration
Analysis and Hedging Techniques.
i. Treasury Operations of a Bank-Policies and Dimensions, Relation between Money Market and
Foreign Exchange Operations.
j. Asset Securitization Concept and Mechanism

10. Course No. : TC12/2016


a. Time : March 06-10, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Nur Al Faisal

11. Course No. : TC32/2016


a. Time : July 17-21, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Ruhul Amin
2. Md. Abdul Halim

12. Course No. : TC51/2016


a. Time : November 20-24, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Nur Al Faisal
2. Rahat Banu

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Training Courses

AUDIT AND INSPECTION IN BANKS

1. Title : Audit and Inspection in Banks


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants about different types of audit and their importance in banks.
b. To develop expertise of the participants on the internal audit process and mechanism in banks.
c. To acquaint the participants about the risk based internal audit in banks.

9. Contents
a. Concepts, Types and Importance of Audit in Banks.
b. Internal Control and Compliance-Concept, Objectives, relation with Internal Audit, BB
guidelines on Internal Control and Compliance.
c. Intern Internal Audit Banks-Objectives and Process of Internal audit in Banks.
d. Risk Based Audit in Banks-Concept, Objectives, Advantages, Process of Risk Based Internal
Audit.
e. Risk Based Supervision and Inspection of Banks by Bangladesh Bank.

10. Course No. : TC18/2016


a. Time : April 10-13, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Atul Chandra Pandit
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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Training Courses

BANK MANAGEMENT FOR SENIOR EXECUTIVES

1. Title : Bank Management for Senior Executives


2. Duration : 10 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive of Commercial
Banks and Financial Institutions and Joint Director of Bangladesh Bank
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Project Visit
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enhance banker's knowledge and skill regarding overall banking operations.
b. To acquaint with various banking risks and their management techniques.
c. To familiarize participants with the recent changes in the banking environment.

9. Contents
a. Financial System and Financial Sector Reforms- Legal and Institutional.
b. Managing Risks in Financial Institutions- Asset-Liability Management, Credit Risk, Foreign
Exchange Risk, Internal Control and Compliance, Prevention of Money Laundering, Market and
Operational Risk, Capital Adequacy Requirement under Basel-II and its Implication.
c. Strategic Management- Human Resource Management, Integrating Business Level Needs with
Human Resource Needs, Manpower Planning, Career Planning, Performance Evaluation,
Leadership and Motivation, Change Management.
d. Loan Portfolio Management- Credit Environment and Sectoral Analysis, Financial Spreadsheet
Analysis, Credit Risk Assessment, Legal and Non-legal Measures of Loan Recovery.
e. Development and Marketing of Financial Products, Relationship Banking, Pricing of Financial
Products and Delivery Mechanism in Rural and Urban Areas.
f. International Banking- Foreign Exchange Market Operation, International Trade Payment and
ICC Publications.
g. Status of E-banking in Bangladesh- Products, Process and Marketing.
h. Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility in Banks.
i. Ethics in Banking and Regulatory Compliance.

10. Course No. : TC24/2016


a. Time : May 08-19, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Md. Najir Hossain

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Training Courses

BANKING TECHNOLOGY FOR BRANCH MANAGERS

1. Title : Banking Technology for Branch Managers


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Head of Branch/Deputy Manager/Prospective Manager
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with latest ICT concepts related to online banking and online
branch management.
b. To enhance the ICT skill of the branch managers or prospective branch managers to efficiently
handle a computerized branch.

9. Contents
a. Fundamental Concepts of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
b. Computer Hardware, Software, Network and Data Communication.
c. Business Application of Internet, E-mail, E-Commerce and E-Banking.
d. Business Role of Alternate Delivery Channels: ATM, POST, Mobile, Internet, etc.
e. Maintenance of Banking Information System (BIS).
f. Role of Banking Software for Business Automation.
g. Impact of IT in Banking Business Development.
h. Digital Cash, Plastic Money, EFT, Electronic Payment System, Online MIS in Banks.
i. Cyber Law and ICT Act/Guidelines of Bangladesh.
j. ICT Security and ICT Audit in Banks.

10. Course No. : TC13/2016


a. Time : March 06-10, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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Training Courses

BRANCH MANAGEMENT

1. Title : Branch Management


2. Duration : 07 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Head of Branch/Deputy Manager/Prospective Manager
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enhance human and conceptual skills of the branch managers or prospective branch
managers.
b. To acquaint the participants with the contemporary management tools and techniques and
process of their application.
c. To enable the participants to comply with relevant banking laws, regulations, policies and to
help them prevent frauds, forgeries and malpractices.

9. Contents
a. Management-Concept, Process, Function and Application of Management Tools and
Techniques in Branch Management.
b. Management of Branch Activities, Command Area, Performance Planning and Budgeting, Job
Description, Job Analysis and Assignment.
c. Performance Evaluation and Overall Record Management.
d. Leadership-Communication, Motivation for Work and Morality, Delegation of Power, Time and
Stress Management.
e. Service Rule- General Conduct, Disciplinary Action.
f. Business Planning- (i) Deposit, Advance, Recovery, Foreign Exchange Business, Profit (ii)
Deposit Mobilization and Relationship Banking (iii) Product Marketing-Command Area and
Market Survey, Need Assessment and Product Identification, Marketing Strategy and Product
Marketing.
g. Treasury Management- Management of Cash and Control Documents.
h. Banking Laws-Negotiable Instrument Act-1881, Bank Company Act-1991, Money Laundering
Prevention Act-2012, Anti-Terrorism Act-2009 (with Amendments), ArthaRinAdalatAin, 2003
(with Amendments), Bankruptcy Act, 1997.
i. Internal Control, Internal Audit and Compliance.
j. Retail Banking and Lease Financing.
k. Capital Management in Banks in Line with Basel Framework.
l. Branch Management and Ethics in Banking.

10. Course No. : TC08/2016


a. Time : February 14-23, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

11. Course No. : TC38/2016


a. Time : August 16-24, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Nur Al Faisal

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Training Courses

CAPITAL ADEQUACY ASSESSMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Capital Adequacy Assessment in Banks


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants about Risk Based Capital Adequacy (RBCA) and its assessment
process in banks.
b. To develop expertise of the participants in detailed calculation of capital adequacy of Banks.

9. Contents
a. Bank Capital Meaning, Components and Importance.
b. Capital Adequacy and Basel Accords.
c. Calculation of Minimum Capital Requirement for Credit Risk, Market Risk and Operational
Risk in line with Basel Accords.
d. Calculation of Additional Capital Requirement in line with Basel Accords.
e. Disclosure and Market Discipline.
f. Stress Testing-Concepts and Importance.
g. Basel-III: New Capital Framework for Resilient Banking Systems.

10. Course No. : TC30/2016


a. Time : June 07-09, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Atul Chandra Pandit
2. Nur Al Faisal

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Training Courses

COMPUTER NETWORK ADMINISTRATION AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT USING


WINDOWS OS

1. Title : Computer Network Administration and Security Management Using


Windows OS
2. Duration : 07 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above having working experience
in Computer Application Packages and Computer Hardware Maintenance
6. Methods : Lecture, Practical Demonstration and Assignment
7. Faculty : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concept of computer network, communication
technology and network security.
b. To develop practical skill in installing, configuring and administering computer network under
windows platform.
c. To build up practical skill in implementing network security, recovering lost data and
maintaining system integrity.

9. Contents
a. Fundamental Concept of Data Communication and Computer Network Technology.
b. Install and Configure Windows Network.
c. Creating and Managing Domain User Accounts and Groups.
d. Securing Network Resources using Share Permissions and NTFS permissions.
e. Implementing Group Policy-Managing Software and User Environments.
f. Assigning IP Address Using DHCP Services.
g. Publishing Network Resources in Active Directory.
h. Delegating Administrative Control of Active Directory Objects.
i. Terminal Services and Remote Administration Services.
j. Data Backup and Restoring Techniques.
k. Configuring and Managing System Disk, Data Redundancy and Recovery Tools, Mirroring
(RAID1 and RAID 5).
l. Install, Configure & Administer RODC.
m. Configuring FSRM.
n. Active Directory Certificate Services & PKI.

10. Course No. : TC19/2016


a. Time : April 17-25, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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Training Courses

COMMUNICATION SKILL AND REPORT WRITING

1. Title : Communication Skill and Report Writing


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Presentation and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concept and importance of communication skill in
banks.
b. To develop knowledge about different aspects of presentation and report writing skill in Banks.

9. Contents
a. Introduction to Communication: Meaning, Importance and Objectives, Process, Barriers,
Principles, Classification and Methods, Banking Communication.
b. Business Communication Contexts: Global, Ethical and Technological.
c. Fundamentals of Business Writing: Preparing Effective Business Message, Appearance and
Design of Business Message.
d. Basics of Report Writing: Types and Structure.
e. Presentation Skills.

10. Course No. : TC10/2016


a. Time : February 28-March 01, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Rahat Banu

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Training Courses

CREDIT ACCESS FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS

1. Title : Credit Access for Women Entrepreneurs


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior officer or equivalent Officer or above (who are responsible for
SME Financing)
6. Methods : Lecture, case study, video clips and Group discussions
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To give the participants a comprehensive understanding and knowledge about women
entrepreneur segment from a banking perspective.
b. To familiarize the participants about the importance of the segment to pursue both from a
country development perspective as well as for the profitability and growth of the financial
institutions.
c. To stimulate the thinking on how the financial institutions can improve womens access to
finance in a profitable way.

9. Contents
a. Entrepreneurship and women entrepreneurship in Bangladesh.
b. Bangladesh Bank guidelines on womens access to finance and Institutions/organizations
supporting women entrepreneurship.
c. Characteristics of women entrepreneurs in SMEs and Market of Bangladesh.
d. Challenges faced by the women entrepreneurs in access to credit.
e. Challenges faced by the banks.
f. Global best practices in women banking.
g. The Organizational set up and product features of leading Banks in Emerging Markets targeting
women entrepreneur segment.
h. Banks Approach to Women SME Market.
i. Developing a Bankable SME Project and SME financing products Interaction with SME
Women entrepreneur client: Interviewing role play.

10. Course No. : TC43/2016


a. Time : October 04-06, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Rexona Yesmin
2. Rahat Banu

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Training Courses

CREDIT APPRAISAL AND MANAGEMENT


1. Title : Credit Appraisal and Management
2. Duration : 08 working days
3. Frequency : 03
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working/likely to work
in the Credit Department
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Project Preparation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with different forms of credit, regulations, policy guidelines,
process of credit investigation and selection of borrower.
b. To understand various techniques of credit appraisal, risk management, loan pricing and credit
collection procedures.
c. To equip the participants with the tools and techniques for credit monitoring, supervision and
recovery of non-performing loans.

9. Contents
a. Different Forms of Credit, Importance of Credit, Macro and Micro Aspects of Bank Credit,
Credit Policy Guidelines.
b. Credit Investigation-Credit Information Bureau, Credit Report, Selection of Borrowers.
c. Appraisal and Processing of Term Loan Proposals-Marketing Aspect, Technical Aspect,
Financial Aspect, Management and Organizational Aspect, Environmental Aspect, Socio
Economic Aspect.
d. Analysis of Financial Statements-Financial Spread Sheet (FSS), Common Size Financial
Statements, Ratio Analysis, Cash Flow Statement Analysis.
e. Credit Risk Management (CRM)-Credit Risk Assessment, Internal and External Assessment of
Risks, Credit Risk Grading for Corporate Sector, Bank and NBFI, Procedural Guidelines,
Approval Process.
f. Credit Administration-Loan Structuring and Pricing, Sanctioning, Documentation and
Repayment Schedule, Disbursement Procedures, Selection, Valuation and Control of Security,
Creation of Charges, Insurance of Goods, Security Compliance Checklist, Credit Collection
Procedures.
g. Loan Portfolio Risk Management- Portfolio Management of Loan, Strategies and Performance
Evaluation.
h. Credit Monitoring and Recovery-Early Alert Process, Loan Classification and Provisioning,
Strategies for Managing Non-performing Loans, Legal and Non-legal Measures for Loan
Recovery.

10. Course No. : TC15/2016


a. Time : March 20-29, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Najir Hossain
2. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa

11. Course No. : TC34/2016


a. Time : July 24-August 02, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Najir Hossain
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

12. Course No. : TC52/2016


a. Time : December 04-13, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

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Training Courses

CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANKS


1. Title : Credit Risk Management in Banks
2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working/likely to work
in the Credit Department
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Project Preparation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the different dimensions of credit risk faced by banks.
b. To enhance knowledge and skills of the participants for efficient handling of credit risk in
banks.

9. Contents
a. Credit Risk-Concept and Types.
b. Regulatory Framework of Credit Risk Management.
c. Principles and Processes of CRM, Pre-sanction Credit Analysis and Borrower Selection.
d. Estimating Expected Loan Loss, Loan Provisioning, Credit Scoring, Risk Based Pricing,
Ensuring Effective Diversification.
e. Assessment of Capital Requirement for Credit Risk under Basel Framework.
f. Credit Risk Management Practices of Banks in Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TC39/2016


a. Time : August 16-18, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

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Training Courses

ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR SMALL ENTERPRISE FINANCING

1. Title : Entrepreneurship Development for Small Enterprise Financing


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the techniques of identification, selection and development
of entrepreneurs.
b. To acquaint the participants with the operational aspects of bank financing for new
entrepreneurs.

9. Contents
a. Entrepreneurship Development-Concepts, Identification and Selection of Potential
Entrepreneur, Development of Entrepreneurship, Role of Banks and other Organizations in
Entrepreneurship Development, Different Models of Entrepreneurship Development,
Training and Motivation.
b. Status of Enterprise Financing in Bangladesh, Role of Banks, NBFIs, GoB, BSCIC, SMEF,
etc.
c. Preparing a Business Plan-Estimation of the Total Financial Requirement, Sources of Financing
Including, Equity and Entrepreneurship Fund, Venture Capital and other Informal Sectors.
d. Developing a Marketing Plan- Pricing, Channel of Distribution, Selling Skills, Managerial and
Legal Considerations, Risk Management, Business Account.
e. Credit Access for Women Entrepreneurs, Industrial Policy and Women Empowerment,
Barriers to Credit Access for Women Entrepreneurs, Success Factors and Refinance Schemes
for Women Entrepreneurs.
f. Project Appraisal-Managerial and Organizational Aspect, Technical Aspect, Marketing Aspect,
Financial Aspect, Project Budgeting, Financial Projections, Assessment of Working Capital,
Cash Flow Analysis, Break-Even Analysis, NPV, IRR, and Benefit Cost Ratio -Assessment of
Credit Risk.
g. Operational Procedures of Bank Financing-Documentation and Creation of Charges on
Securities, Repayment Schedule of Loans, Monitoring and Counseling.
h. Recovery of Credit-Identification of Non-performing Loans, Procedures Relating to Recovery of
Non-performing Loans, Non-legal and Legal Measures.

10. Course No. : TC22/2016


a. Time : May 02-05, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Masudul Haque
2. Md. Abdul Halim

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Training Courses

ETHICS AND INTEGRITY

1. Title : Ethics and Integrity


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants about ethical issues in banking.
b. To discuss, interpret and understand the implications of ethics and integrity in order to facilitate
the bankers for efficient operation of banking business.

9. Contents
a. Ethics-Definition, Ethical Reasoning-Ethics, Integrity, Religion, Morality and Law.
b. Ethics and Ethical Issues in Banks.
c. Impediments for establishing Ethics in Banks.
d. Institutionalizing of Ethics in Banks.
e. National Integrity Strategy.

10. Course No. : TC33/2016


a. Time : July 20-21, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Tofayel Ahmed

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FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FOR BANKERS

1. Title : Financial Analysis for Bankers


2. Duration : 08 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above having basic knowledge
of Accounting.
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objective
a. To develop skilled financial analyst needed for the sound credit and investment decision.
b. To acquaint the participants with the techniques commonly used for assessing financial health of
different types of customers and projects.
c. To familiarize the participants with the techniques used for assessing financial performance and
risks of banks and financial institutions.

9. Contents
a. Introduction to Financial Statements- Techniques of Financial Analysis, Comparative and
Common-Size Analysis under FSS, Ratio Analysis, and Cash Flow Analysis.
b. Financial Projection- Methods of Projection, Master Budget, Sales Budget, Purchase Budget,
Cash Budget, Projected Financial Statements, CVP, Leverage.
c. Financial Viability of Projects- Time Value of Money, Cost of Capital and Determination of
Capital Structure, Estimation of Relevant Cash flow, Capital Budgeting Techniques: Pay Back
Period (PBP), Discounted Pay Back Period (DPBP), Net Present Value (NPV), Benefit Cost
Ratio (BCR), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR), Risk and
Sensitivity Analysis.
d. Valuation of Financial Assets-Techniques of Stock and Bond Valuation, Yield Curve
Determination.
e. Investment Decisions Focusing Risk and Return including Portfolio Management.
f. Lease Financing.
g. Asset Liability Management (ALM)-Liquidity Risk Management, Interest Rate Risk
Management, Case Study on ALM.
h. Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements of Banks and other Financial Institutions:
Pricing Techniques of Banking Products and CAMELS Rating.

10. Course No. : TC17/2016


a. Time : April 03-12, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tahmina Rahman
2. Nur Al Faisal

11. Course No. : TC44/2016


a. Time : October 09-18, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tahmina Rahman
2. Md. Abdul Halim

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Training Courses

FINANCING AGRO-BASED BUSINESS

1. Title : Financing Agro-based Business


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop skills of participants needed for effective dealing with customers involved in agro-
based business.
b. To enable the participants to understand the overall economic and agrarian environment and the
role of credit to promote agri-business in Bangladesh.
c. To promote skills of the participants for appraising agro-based business proposals for
financing, understanding operational procedures and managing them effectively.

9. Contents
a. Concept and Types of Agro-based Business - Role of Agro-based Business in the Economic
Development of Bangladesh and Policy Environment for Financing Agro-based Business.
b. Identification and Formulation of Agro-based Business Proposals-Selection of Right Type of
Borrowers, Techniques of Auditing Borrower Psychology and Development of Entrepreneurs.
c. Appraisal of Projects- Managerial and Organizational Aspects, Marketing, Technical and
Financial Aspects of Agro-based Business, Cash Flow Forecast, Discounted Cash Flow
Techniques, Economic Analysis of Agro-based Projects, Risk and Sensitivity Analysis.
d. Program Approach to Financing Agro-based Sector Experiences of SOBs, PCBs and SBs.
e. Sanctioning Process of Agro-based Loans, Repayment Schedule, Different Methods of Charge
Creation, Documentation and Disbursement Procedures, Monitoring and Follow-up of Agro-
based Credit.
f. Identification of Non-performing Loans, Recovery of Agro-based Loan, Legal Process in the
Context of Loan Recovery.
g. Financing Farm and Off-firm Related Agro-business, Agro-clinics and Hi-Tech Value Agro-
business.
h. Innovative Financing-Value Chain Based Agro-business, Gender Focus and its Implication in
Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TC26/2016


a. Time : May 22-26, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Abdul Jalil Choudhury
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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Training Courses

FOREX DEALING WITH BOURSE GAME

1. Title : Forex Dealing with Bourse Game


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working in Treasury
Department and newly appointed Dealers
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, and Simulation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculties and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To understand the structure and operations of the forex Market.
b. To impart the necessary knowledge and skills for interbank forex market, merchant market and
FX Swap market.
c. To understand operational links between forex and money market.

9. Contents
a. Forex Market Global and Bangladeshi Forex Market.
b. Treasury Operations.
c. Interbank Market Operations.
d. Exchange Rate Arithmetic.
e. Trading in Spot and Swap Markets and Cover Operations.
f. Integration of Forex and Money Markets.

10. Course No. : TC50/2016


a. Time : November 13-17, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Tofayel Ahmed

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Training Courses

GREEN BANKING

1. Title : Green Banking


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Project Visit
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss/analyze concepts, policies, rules, regulations, instruments and administrative
framework related to Green Banking.
b. To familiarize the participants with the involvement of banks and other organizations for
developing relevant skills.
c. To discuss the problems and potentials of introducing Green Banking in banks in Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Concept, Evolution, Functions, Benefits, Policies, Regulations, Types, Environmental Issues,
Local, National, Private and Global Initiatives and Participation, CSR and Green Banking.
b. International Conventions, Treaties, Guidelines and Standards, Kyoto Protocol and Climate
Change, Equator Principles (EPs), UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI), UN
Global Compact, UNEP Finance Initiative Statements, etc.
c. Policy and Regulatory Environment for Green Banking in Bangladesh, BB Policy Guidelines for
Green Banking, Environmental Risk Management Guideline of BB.
d. In-house Environment Management in Banks, Online Banking and Green Banking, Energy
Efficiency, Paper Saving, Water Saving, Waste Management in Banks.
e. Product Ecology, Green Financing of Banks, Carbon Finance, Designing Green Project, Green
Finance in Different Sectors-Environmental and Eco-friendly Project, Water Pollution and
Restoration, Air Pollution and Control, Solid Waste Treatment, Programmed Forestry and
Conservation of Biodiversity, Risk Identification and Mitigation Technique.
f. The Challenges and Potentials of Greening Bangladesh, Issues and Difficulties of Green
Banking in Bangladesh.
g. Reporting of Green Banking Initiatives, International and National Initiatives, GRI Guidelines.

10. Course No. : TC09/2016


a. Time : February 22-25, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shahid Ullah
2. Tahmina Rahman

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Training Courses

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Human Resource Management in Banks


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Head/In-Charge of Branch/ Operation Manager/Prospective Branch
Manager/HR Executives
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institutions

8. Objectives
d. To familiarize the participants with the concept and importance of human resource management
in banks.
e. To develop knowledge about different aspects and related techniques of human resource
management applicable for branch management in Banks.

9. Contents
f. Human Resource Management-Organization and its Environment, Needs, Importance,
Objectives, Principles and Methods-HR Planning tools.
g. Job Analysis, Recruitment and Selection, Appointment, Posting/Placement.
h. On-the-Job Training.
i. Performance Appraisal, Transfer and Promotion, Career and Succession Planning.
j. Management Techniques-MBO, MBE, MBP.
k. Employee Motivation and Leadership Issues and Practices in Bank Branch Management.
l. Human Relations and Human Behavior.
m. Grievance Management-Importance, Reasons, and Resolving Process.
n. Corporate Governance and Ethics

10. Course No. : TC01/2016


a. Time : January 10-14, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Md. Masudul Haque

11. Course No. : TC37/2016


a. Time : August 07-11, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Rahat Banu

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Training Courses

IFRS AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF BANKS

1. Title : IFRS and Financial Statements of Banks


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working in Financial
Administration Department/Central Accounts Department
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study.
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculties and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the International Financial Reporting Standards.
b. To facilitate the participants in understanding financial statements of borrowers prepared under
IFRS.

9. Contents
a. Accounting Standards Framework and IFRS.
b. Key Issues and Challenges in Transition to IFRS for Commercial Banks.
c. Key Issues in IFRS Affecting Commercial Banks.
d. Adoption of Fair Value Measurement, Carrying Value, Amortized Cost.
e. Implications and Computation of Effective Interest Rate.
f. Loan/Investment Impairment and De-Recognition of Financial Assets.
g. Derivatives and Hedge Accounting.
h. Consolidation.

10. Course No. : TC27/2016


a. Time : May 24-26, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
2. Tofayel Ahmed

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Training Courses

INFORMATION SYSTEM AUDIT IN BANKS FOR NON-IT EXECUTIVES


1. Title : Information System Audit in Banks for Non-IT Executives
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above who are working in the
ICC/Audit department
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enhance skill of the participants to conduct IS Audit of the banks with care and confidence.
b. To enable the participants to understand IS Audit with a heightened awareness of security and
control concerns.

9. Contents
a. Fundamentals of ICT: Computer Hardware, Software, Network and Data Communication.
b. Fundamentals of IT Based Products and Services in Banks.
c. Alternate Delivery Channels: ATM, POST, Mobile, Internet, Digital Cash, Plastic Money, etc.
d. Fundamentals of Information Security in Banks.
e. Cyber Attack and online frauds in Banks and preventive measures.
f. Case Study on IT Based Frauds in Banks.
g. Concept of IS Audit in Banks: Planning, Audit opening meeting, Creating auditing program and
Set the scope.
h. IS Audit Checklist in Banks: ICT Operation Management, ICT Security Management, Physical
and Environment Security Management, Information Security Standard, IT Risk Management,
Software Development and Acquisition, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Management, Impact of Last Inspection Report.
i. Data Access Control and Malware Management of online banks.
j. Security Issues of Software in Banks.
k. IT Outsourcing and Service Provider Management in Banks.
l. Overview of Cyber Law and ICT Act. 2006.
m. Concluding the audit covering exit meeting and report preparing and follow up to mitigate IT
Risk in Banks.
n. Case Study on IS Audit and Inspection in Banks.

10. Course No. : TC25/2016


a. Time : May 15-19, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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Training Courses

INTERNAL CONTROL AND COMPLIANCE IN BANKS

1. Title : Internal Control and Compliance in Banks


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other
Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss key aspects of internal control policy, guidelines, structure and process of internal
control mechanism in banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with internal audit particularly risk based internal audit.

9. Contents
a. Internal Control System in Banks: Concept- Objectives- Process.
b. Bangladesh Bank Guidelines on ICC: Policies, Structure, Process.
c. Internal Check and Internal Audit in Commercial Banks.
d. Basel Principles for Internal Control Mechanism.
e. Prudential Regulations for Banks in Bangladesh.
f. Internal Control Checklist for Fraud Prevention.
g. Risk Based Internal Audit.

10. Course No. : TC23/2016


a. Time : May 02-05, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. To be decided
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

11. Course No. : TC45/2016


a. Time : October 17-20, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

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Training Courses

INTERNATIONAL TRADE PAYMENT AND FINANCE

1. Title : International Trade Payment and Finance


2. Duration : 08 working days
3. Frequency : 03
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working / likely to work
in International Division of Head Office and AD Branches
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculties and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To improve the capacity of the bankers involved in the trade services departments of banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with the concepts and issues of international trade payment and
finance.
c. To acquaint them with the techniques, laws, principles, documents and procedures adopted in
payment and financing of international trade in Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. International Trade and National Economy-External Sector/BOP and Role of Banks in
International Trade.
b. Guiding Framework of International Trade Payment and Finance- Domestic and International
Regulations.
c. Different Methods of International Trade Payment.
d. Exchange Rate Mechanism for International Trade Management.
e. Contracts/ Papers/Documents Relating to International Trade Payment and its Financing.
f. Import and Export Financing-Forms and Methods.
g. Asian Clearing Union- Settlement of Foreign Exchange Transactions under ACU Mechanism.
h. Foreign Remittance-Inward and Outward, Opening and Operation under different forms of F.C.
Accounts.
i. Submission of Foreign Exchange Returns to Bangladesh Bank-Methods of Submission,
Different Forms, Schedules and Statements.
j. Off-Shore Banking and EPZ.

10. Course No. : TC07/2016


a. Time : February 07-16, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Antara Zareen
2. Tofayel Ahmed

11. Course No. : TC29/2016


a. Time : June 05-14, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Antara Zareen
2. Rahat Banu

12. Course No. : TC48/2016


a. Time : November 01-10, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Antara Zareen
2. Md. Abdul Halim

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INVESTMENT AND MERCHANT BANKING

1. Title : Investment and Merchant Banking


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty, Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts and functions of investment and merchant
bank, securities market and market instruments.
b. To equip the participants with the techniques of security market operations.
c. To develop skill on managing various risks and controlling volatilities associated with the
operations of investment and merchant banking.

9. Contents
a. Investment and Merchant Banking-Concepts, Functions, Instruments and Procedures, Security
Market and Economic Development of Bangladesh.
b. Institutional and Legal Framework of Investment and Merchant Banking: Companies Act, 1994,
Securities Act, 1920, SEC Act, 1993, Securities and Exchange Ordinance, 1969, Securities and
Exchange Rules, 1987, and Other Regulations Issued by SEC.
c. Initial Public Offering (IPO)-Issue Management, Underwriting, Share Pricing and Premium
Fixation-Direct Listing & Book Building System, Right issue and Private Placement.
d. Secondary Market Operations-Listing, Trading, Clearing and Settlement, OTC, CDBL.
e. Security Market Indicator Series-General Index (DGEN) and All Share Price Index (DSI), DSE-30.
f. Selection of Security-Economic and Industry Analysis, Analysis of Financial Statements,
Company Analysis.
g. Risk and Return Analysis-Expected Return and Standard Deviation of Returns of Stocks, CAPM
and APT, Portfolio Analysis.
h. Securities-Debt and Equity Concept, Types and Valuation.
i. Market Risk-Market Model and Market Volatility Forecasting.
j. Portfolio Performance Evaluation: Sharp, Treynor and Jensen Measure.
k. Merchant Banking-Merchant Banking Status in Bangladesh, Mutual Funds Operation, Mergers,
Acquisitions, Amalgamations and Takeover-Concepts and Application in Bangladesh.
l. Asset Securitization, Venture Capital Financing, loan Syndication.
m. Stock Market Crisis-Global and Bangladesh Perspective.
n. Credit Rating-Operation and Effectiveness in Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TC28/2016


a. Time : May 29-June 02, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
2. Tahmina Rahman

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Training Courses

ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE

1. Title : Islamic Banking and Finance


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To provide an understanding about principles and practices of Islamic Banking.
b. To acquaint the participants with the legal aspects, operational procedure, different modes of
investment and functioning of the Islamic Banks.
c. To discuss the techniques of identifying investment projects, appraisal and various operational
procedures including auditing practices, Islamic insurance and operations of Islamic financial
market.

9. Contents
a. Overview of Islamic Economics and Finance.
b. Islamic Financial Market-Its Necessity and Importance, Money and Capital Markets.
c. Islamic Banking-Its Origin, Nature and Development, Differences between Islamic Banking and
Conventional Banking, Central Bank Guidelines and Monetary Policy in Islamic Framework,
Differences between Interest and Profit, Socio-Economic Impact of Interest on the Society
Welfare-Oriented Activities of Islamic Banks.
d. Deposit Mobilization Process of Islamic Banking-Characteristics and Operational Procedures of
Wahdiah and Mudaraba Accounts.
e. Modes of Investment under Islamic Banking-Current Guidelines Vs. Shariah Standard (IFSB
and AAOIFI), Musharakah, Mudarabah, Murabahah, Bai-Muajjal, Bai-Salam, Hire Purchase,
Quard-al-Hasana, etc., Other Modes of Investments Lease Finance, Auction-Investment,
Syndicate Investment, Term Investment.
f. Fund Management in Islamic Banks.
g. Selection of Right Type of Investment Projects and Borrowers (investment clients), Preparation
of Credit Report, Appraisal of Investment Proposals, Sanctioning, Documentation,
Disbursement, Supervision, Follow-up and Recovery of Investment.
h. Foreign Exchange Business and Islamic Banking.
i. Investment and Foreign Exchange Operations under Islamic Banking and its Impact on BASEL-
II adoption.
j. Islamic Banking and Shariah Council, Shariah Standards/Audits, Sources of Shariah Laws,
Shariah Laws in Islamic Banking System, Usage of Shariah Principles by Islamic Banks.
k. Islamic Insurance-Importance of Insurance in an Islamic Framework- Modus Operandi of
Islamic Insurance, Payment of Premium under Islamic Insurance.

10. Course No. : TC02/2016


a. Time : January 17-21, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Nur Al Faisal

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Training Courses

IT SECURITY AND FRAUD PREVENTION IN BANKS

1. Title : IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working in IT
Security/IT Audit/IT Division.
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with IT based security and fraud prevention issues in banks.
b. To enhance the skill of the participants in preparing and implementing an IT based security and
fraud prevention policy for the banks.

9. Contents
a. Current status of IT applications in banks.
b. Ten Domains or Subject areas Considered Essential for Information System Security-Security
Management, Access Control, Security Architecture and Design, Physical and Environmental
Security, Telecommunication and Network Security, Business Continuity and Disaster
Recovery, Legal Regulation Compliance and Investigation, Application Security and Operation
Security.
c. Information Security Standards, ICT Guideline of Bangladesh Bank, Overview of BS 7799/ ISO
17799 Security Controls.
d. Cryptography, Cyber Crime and Cyber Law, ICT Act, Applications of Biometric Technology in
Banks, Digital Signature, Certificate Authority, Digital Cash and Electronic Payment System.
e. Security issues of e-channels - Mobile, ATM, POST, KIOSK, Internet, etc.

10. Course No. : TC03/2016


a. Time : January 24-28, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Kaniz Rabbi

11. Course No. : TC41/2016


a. Time : September 25-29, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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Training Courses

LEADERSHIP, TEAM BUILDING AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS FOR BRANCH MANAGERS

1. Title : Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills for Branch


Managers
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Head/In-Charge of Branch/Operation Manager/Prospective
Managers
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concept, importance and different aspects of leadership,
team building and negotiating skills for effective branch management.
b. To acquaint with leadership styles, group dynamics, team building process and negotiation
methods for financial institutions.

9. Contents
a. Leadership, Team Building and Negotiating Skills-Concepts, Needs and Importance for Branch
Management.
b. Leadership-Leadership Styles and Different Approaches to Leadership, Decision Making.
c. Team Building and Group Dynamics, Formal and Informal Organization, Quality Circle.
d. Conflict Management, Interpersonal Communication and Counseling.
e. Negotiation-Different Skills and Process for Negotiation.
f. Corporate Governance, Culture and Ethics in Leadership.

10. Course No. : TC20/2016


a. Time : April 17-21, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Rexona Yesmin

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Training Courses

LEGAL ASPECTS OF GENERAL BANKING AND CREDIT

1. Title : Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 03
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the laws and regulations related to banking.
b. To improve operational skills in handling different legal matters of banks.
c. To review banks' and bankers' safeguards.

9. Contents
a. Financial System and Financial Development of Bangladesh, Constituents of Financial System
of Bangladesh.
b. The Contract Act, 1872 (Legal Aspects of Agency, Pledge, Bailment, Guarantee and Indemnity)
Banker- Customer Relationship, Legal Aspects of Opening and Operation of Different Types of
Accounts, The Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972 (with Amendments), The Banking Companies
Act, 1991 (with Amendments), The Financial Institutions Act, 1993 (with Amendments), The
Securities and Exchange Commission Act, 1993, The Companies Act, 1994, The Partnership
Act, 1932, The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (with Amendments), The Bankers' Books of
Evidence Act, 1891, The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (with Amendments), The Registration
Act-2004. The Stamp Act, 1899 (with Amendments), The Limitation Act, 1908, The Public
Demands Recovery Act, 1913 (with Amendments), The ArthaRinAdalatAin 2003 (with
Amendments), The Bankruptcy Act, 1997, The Trust Act, 1882, Money Laundering Prevention
Act, 2012 (with Amendments) and Anti-Terrorism Act, 2009 (with Amendments).
c. Charging of Securities, Documentation for Loans and Advances (Legal and Practical Aspects),
Legal Aspects Relating to Recovery of Credit, Legal Procedures Relating to Filing of Suits.
d. Ethics in Banking and Regulatory Compliance.

10. Course No. : TC04/2016


a. Time : January 24-28, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. Rahat Banu

11. Course No. : TC31/2016


a. Time : June 12-16, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. Md. Najir Hossain

12. Course No. : TC49/2016


a. Time : November 06-10, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. Md. Najir Hossain

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Training Courses

MARKETING OF FINANCIAL SERVICES

1. Title : Marketing of Financial Services


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop skilled manpower for the marketing department of banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with the fundamentals of marketing of bank products, marketing
research, branding and relationship banking.
c. To introduce different techniques of executing marketing functions in banks smoothly.

9. Contents
a. Fundamentals of Bank Marketing.
b. Marketing of Bank Services- Market Structure, Scope, Competitive Environment and Shifting in
Market Behavior.
c. Bank Marketing Strategies and Plans-Corporate and Division Strategic Planning, Business Unit
Strategic Planning, Planning, Control, and Administration of Bank Marketing Program.
d. Marketing Research-Customer Behavior, Attitude and Techniques of Customer Survey, Market
Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning for Financial Service Firms.
e. Branding in Banks-Developing Brands, Stages of Brands in Banking, Branding and
Differentiation, Brand Values, Branding Advantages, Changing Role of Brands in Banking.
f. Product Development and Pricing Techniques- Market Research for Product Development in
Banks, Product Development, Features, Strategies, Pricing System and Methods.
g. Selecting Bank Branch Location (Application of Geographic Information System) and
Distribution of Banking Services.
h. Integrated Marketing Communications-The role of Advertising, Advertising Channels,
Precautions, Publicity and Public Relation for Marketing Banking Products and Services.
i. Relationship Banking-Concept, Scope, Service Management, Building and Maintaining
Relationship with Customers and Current Relationship Practices in the Banking Sector of
Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TC16/2016


a. Time : March 27-29, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Masudul Haque
2. Rexona Yesmin

11. Course No. : TC40/2016


a. Time : August 28-30, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Rexona Yesmin
2. Rahat Banu

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Training Courses

ONLINE BANKING FOR NON-IT EXECUTIVES

1. Title : Online Banking for Non-IT Executives


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and Above (Other than IT Department)
6. Methods : Lecture, Discussion and Practical Demonstration
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty, Guest Speakers from Different banks and Other Computer
Related Organizations

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with computer, information technology and information systems.
b. To develop knowledge and skill about computer applications in online banks.
c. To enhance the awareness regarding IT security and online frauds.

9. Contents
a. Fundamental Concepts of Information Technology.
b. Computer Hardware, Software, Network and Data Communication.
c. Business Application of Internet, E-mail, E-Commerce and E-Banking.
d. Business Role of E-Channels: ATM, POS, Mobile, Internet, KIOSK.
e. Maintenance of Banking Information System (BIS).
f. Impact of IT in Banking Business Development.
g. Digital Cash, Plastic Money, EFT, Electronic Payment System, Online MIS in Banks.
h. Malware Management, IT Security and IT Audit.
i. Online Fraud and Preventive Measures.
j. Database and its Application in Online Banking.

10. Course No. : TC35/2016


a. Time : July 24-28, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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PREVENTION OF FINANCIAL CRIMES IN BANKS

1. Title : Prevention of Financial Crimes in Banks


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint with the nature, types and causes of malpractices and their prevention.
b. To acquaint the participants with the laws and regulations related to prevention of malpractices
in banks.

9. Contents
a. Prevention of Financial Crimes in Banks- Need and Importance, Nature, Types and General
Causes of Financial Crimes in Banks and Remedial Measures to Prevent the Financial Crimes,
Ethics in Banking.
b. Financial Crimes and Malpractices in General Banking- Opening and Operational Procedures of
Different Types of Deposit Account, Important Sections of the Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881
(with amendments in 1994), Issue of Duplicate Cheque Book, Safe Keeping, Remittance of
Funds DD, MT, TT, Responsibilities of Banker and Customer, Sale and Purchase of Prize
Bond, Forged Notes, Printing of Security Documents and Stationary, Inter-Branch Transactions
and Reconciliation, Clearing House Functions and Procedures, Miscellaneous Services.
c. Financial Crimes and Malpractices in Advances- General Advances, Agriculture Loans,
Industrial Loans, House Building Loans, Transport Loans, etc. Sanctioning, Documentation,
Disbursement of loans, Modes of Charging Securities - Pledge, Hypothecation, Mortgage, Lien,
Assignment and Set - off Including Bank Guarantees, etc. Monitoring, Supervision and
Follow-up of loans, Recovery etc. The Limitation Act, 1997, Money Laundering Prevention
Act, 2012 and Anti-Terrorism (amendment) Act 2013, The ArthaRinAdalatAin (with
Amendments), 2003.
d. Financial Crimes and Malpractices in International Banking- The Foreign Exchange Regulations
Act, 1947 and Deregulatory Measures, Export and Import Procedures, UCPDC, Various
Papers/Documents Related to Foreign Trade and Foreign Exchange, The Custom Act, 1969
(with Amendments), Negotiation of Export Documents, Lodgment and Retirement of Import
Bills, Foreign Remittance, etc.

10. Course No. : TC11/2016


a. Time : February 29-March 03, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. To be decided
2. Md. Najir Hossain

11. Course No. : TC36/2016


a. Time : August 01-04, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. To be decided

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RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Risk Management in Banks


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the process of identification and measurement of various risks
in bank.
b. To enhance knowledge and skills of the participants relating to effective management of risks in
banking.

9. Contents
a. Key Risks in Banking.
b. Risk Management Organization and Governance- Board and Senior Management Oversight,
Policies and Procedures, Risk Management Monitoring and Management Reporting System.
c. Capital Management under Basel Framework.
d. Credit Risk ManagementPrinciples, Framework, System and Procedures, Credit
Administration, Credit Risk Monitoring and Control.
e. Market Risk Management- Interest Rate Risk, Foreign Exchange Risk, Equity Price Risk.
f. Liquidity Risk Management-Liquidity Risk Indicators, Managing Liquidity Risk.
g. Interest Rate Risk Management-Gap and Duration Analysis.
h. Internal Control and Compliance Nature, Importance, Approaches and Structure.
i. Prevention of Money Laundering-Concepts, Process and Significance, Money Laundering
Prevention Act.-2012.
j. Operational Risk Management- Principles, Policies and Procedures.

10. Course No. : TC21/2016


a. Time : April 24-28, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Nur Al Faisal

11. Course No. : TC42/2016


a. Time : October 02-06, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Ruhul Amin
2. Nur Al Faisal

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SME CREDIT RISK MANAGEMENT

1. Title : SME Credit Risk Management


2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To provide the participants a holistic understanding of the methodologies aiming at assessing the
strength and weaknesses of the potential borrowers business.
b. To enable the participants to form opinion regarding loan sanction or decline.

9. Contents
a. Overview of the SME Credit Risk Components and Best Practice.
b. The Nature and Complexity of Providing Loans to Small Businesses, Loan Application by SME
Clients, Interaction of SME Clients with Banks during Loan Application Phase.
c. Legal Environment of SME Lending: Bangladesh Banks Prudential Regulations for Small
Enterprises Financing, the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Credit Policies and
Programmes.
d. SME Credit Application and Support to the Potential Borrower to Fill it in, and Listing of
Documents to be Received.
e. Collection, Analysis and Scrutiny of Documents Related to SME Business.
f. SME Site Visit and Interview of the Potential Borrower.
g. Financial Analysis of SMEs including Cash Flow Analysis and Projection.
h. SME Credit Scoring.
i. SME Loan Pricing Based on Credit Risk.
j. Collateral Evaluation, Loan Approval, Documentation and Disbursement.
k. Techniques of Effective Interaction with SME Clients.
l. Roles, Responsibilities and Attributes of a Good SME Loan Officer.

10. Course No. : TC05/2016


a. Time : January 31-February 03, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Md. Abdul Halim

11. Course No. : TC47/2016


a. Time : October 24-27, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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TRAINING OF TRAINERS

1. Title : Training of Trainers


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Trainers working in Training Institutes/Center, Principal Officer or
Equivalent Officer and above likely to work as Trainer
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop trainers for the banking sector.
b. To acquaint the participants with the techniques, methods, tools, aids used by the trainers in the
process of identifying training needs, conducting training courses and evaluating training
effectiveness.

9. Contents
a. Training- Concept, Importance and Objectives, Identification and Assessment of Training
Needs, Training Plan.
b. Trainer's and Coordinator's Role, Motivation of Learners, Qualities of a Trainer, Classroom
Management.
c. Designing of Training Programs, Instructional Objectives and Lesson Planning.
d. Methods of Training-Off-the Job Methods, Lecture, Case Study, Discussion, Simulation,
Programmed Learning/ Programmed Instruction, Instrumented, Field Study.
e. Methods of Training-On-the-Job Method, Mentoring, Study Group, Job Rotation,
Apprenticeship, Coaching, Job Instruction.
f. Training Aids and their uses.
g. Communication and Training Effectiveness.
h. Transactional Analysis.
i. Follow-up and Evaluation of Training.
j. Classroom Demonstration.

10. Course No. : TC53/2016


a. Time : December 11-15, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Tofayel Ahmed

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Outreach Training Courses

BANKING LAWS AND REGULATIONS

1. Title : Banking Laws and Regulations


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the laws and regulations related to banking.
b. To improve operational skills of the participants in handling different legal matters of banks.
c. To review banks' and bankers' safeguards.

9. Contents
a. Financial System of Bangladesh and its Financial Infrastructure.
b. The Contract Act, 1872 (Legal Aspects of Agency and Bailment), Banker Customer
Relationship, Legal Aspects of Opening and Operation of Different Types of Accounts, The
Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972 (with Amendments), The Banking Companies Act, 1991 (with
Amendments), The Companies Act, 1994, The Partnership Act, 1932, The Negotiable
Instruments Act, 1881 (with Amendments), The Limitation Act, 1908, The Public Demands
Recovery Act, 1913 (with Amendments), The ArthaRinAdalat Ain-2003, The Bankruptcy Act,
1997, The Foreign Exchange Regulations Act, 1947 and Recent Deregulatory Measures, The
Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (with Amendments), Money Laundering Prevention Act, 2012,
Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Act, 2013.
c. Creation of Charges on Security, Documentation for Advances (Legal and Practical Aspects),
Legal Aspects Relating to Recovery of Credit.
d. Rules and Regulations of International Banking- UCP 600 and other ICC Publications.
e. Legal Procedures Relating to Filing of Suits.

10. Course No. : OR05/2016


a. Time : September 25-29, 2016
b. Venue : Barisal
c. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Najir Hossain
2. Md. Masudul Haque

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CREDIT APPRAISAL AND MANAGEMENT

1. Title : Credit Appraisal and Management


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above working/likely to work in the
Credit Department
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with different forms of credit, regulations, policy guidelines, process
of credit investigation and borrower selection.
b. To understand various techniques of credit appraisal, risk management, loan pricing and credit
collection procedures.
c. To equip the participants with the tools and techniques required for credit monitoring, loan
recovery, and managing non-performing loans.

9. Contents
a. Different Forms of Credit, Importance of Credit, Macro and Micro Aspects of Bank Credit, Credit
Policy Guidelines.
b. Credit Investigation-Credit Information Bureau, Credit Report, Selection of Borrowers.
c. Analysis of Financial Statements-Financial Spread Sheet (FSS) Common Size Financial Statements,
Ratio Analysis, Cash Flow Statement Analysis.
d. Appraisal and Processing of Term Loan Proposals-Marketing Aspect, Technical Aspect, Financial
Aspect, Management and Organizational Aspect, Environmental Aspect, Socio Economic Aspect.
e. Credit Risk Management (CRM)-Credit Risk Assessment, Internal and External Assessment of
Risks, Credit Risk Grading for Corporate Sector, Bank and NBFI, Procedural Guidelines, Approval
Process.
f. Credit Administration- Loan Structuring and Pricing, Sanctioning, Documentation and Repayment
Schedule, Disbursement Procedures, Selection, Valuation and Control of Security, Creation of
Charges, Insurance of Goods, Security Compliance Checklist, Credit Collection Procedures.
g. Loan Portfolio Risk Management- Portfolio Management of Loan, Strategies and Performance
Evaluation.
h. Credit Monitoring and Recovery-Early Alert Process, Loan Classification and Provisioning,
Strategies for Managing Non-performing Loans, Legal and Non-legal Measures for Loan Recovery.

10. Course No. : OR06/2016


a. Time : October 16-20, 2016
b. Venue : Rangpur
c. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FOR BANKERS

1. Title : Financial Analysis for Bankers


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or Equivalent Officer and above having basic knowledge
of Accounting.
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop skilled financial analyst needed for the sound credit and investment decision.
b. To acquaint the participants with the techniques commonly used for assessing financial health of
different types of customers and projects.
c. To familiarize the participants with the techniques used for assessing financial performance and
risks of banks and financial institutions.

9. Contents
a. Introduction to Financial Statements- Techniques of Financial Analysis, Projected Financial
Statements, Comparative and Common- Size Statement Analysis under FSS, Ratio Analysis, and
Cash Flow Analysis.
b. Financial Viability of Projects-Cost of the Project and Means of Finance, Break-Even Analysis,
Capital Budgeting Techniques-Pay Back Period (PBP), Discounted Pay Back Period (DPBP),
Net Present Value (NPV), Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Risk and
Sensitivity Analysis.
c. Valuation of Financial Assets- Techniques of Stock and Bond Valuation.
d. Asset Liability Management (ALM) - Liquidity Risk Management.
e. Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements of Banks, Pricing Techniques of Banking
Products.

10. Course No. : OR03/2016


a. Time : April 17-21, 2016
b. Venue : Sylhet
c. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

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FINANCING AGRO-BASED BUSINESS

1. Title : Financing Agro-based Business


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enable the participants to understand the overall economic and agrarian environment and the
role of credit to promote agri-business in Bangladesh.
b. To develop skills of participants needed for effective dealing with customers involved in agro-
based business.
c. To promote skills of the participants for appraising agro-based business proposals for financing,
understanding operational procedures and managing them effectively.

9. Contents
a. Concept and Types of Agro-based Business, Role of Agro-based Business in the Economic
Development of Bangladesh, Policy Environment for Financing Agro-based business.
b. Identification and Formulation of Agro-based Business Proposals- Selection of Right Type of
Borrowers, Techniques of auditing borrower psychology and Development of Entrepreneurs.
c. Appraisal of Projects- Managerial and Organizational Aspects. Marketing, Technical and
Financial Aspects of Agro-based Business, Cash Flow Forecast, Discounted Cash Flow
Techniques, Economic Analysis of Agro-based Projects, Risk and Sensitivity Analysis.
d. Programs and Approaches to Financing Agro-based Sector, Experiences of SOBs, PCBs and
SBs.
e. Sanctioning Process of Agro-based Loans, Repayment Schedule, Different Methods of Charge
Creation; Documentation and Disbursement Procedures, Monitoring and Follow-up of Agro-
based Credit.
f. Identification of Non-performing Loans, Recovery of Agro-based Loan, Legal Process in the
Context of Loan Recovery.
g. Financing Farm and Off-firm Related Agro-business, Agro-clinics and Hi-Tech Value Agro-
business.
h. Innovative Financing, value chain based Agro-business, Gender Focus and its Implication in
Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : OR01/2016


a. Time : February 28-March 03, 2016
b. Venue : Bogra
c. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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ICT FOR BANKING BUSINESS ENHANCEMENT

1. Title : ICT for Banking Business Enhancement


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop the primary knowledge base necessary for the bank officers to cope with the
applications of ICT in banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with the computer related issues, information technology and
information systems.
c. To develop knowledge and skill about computer applications in banks.
d. To familiarize the participants with the issues of IT applications in banks for business
development.

9. Contents
a. Fundamental Concept of Information Technology.
b. Computer Hardware, Software, Network and Data Communication.
c. Business Application of Internet, E-mail, E-Commerce and E-Banking.
d. Business Role of E-Channels: ATM, POS, Mobile, Internet, KIOSK.
e. Maintenance of Banking Information System (BIS).
f. Role of Banking Software for Business Automation.
g. Impact of IT in Banking Business Development.
h. Digital Cash, Plastic Money, EFT, Electronic Payment System, Online MIS in Banks.
i. IT and Financial Inclusion

10. Course No. : OR04/2016


a. Time : August 07-11, 2016
b. Venue : Chittagong
c. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan

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INTERNATIONAL TRADE PAYMENT AND FINANCE

1. Title : International Trade Payment and Finance


2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculties and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To improve the capacity of the bankers involved in the trade services departments of banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with the concepts and issues of international trade payment and
finance.
c. To acquaint them with the techniques, laws, principles, documents and procedures adopted in
payment and financing of international trade in Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. International Trade and National Economy- External Sector/BOP and Role of Banks in
International Trade Payment.
b. Guiding Framework of International Trade Payment and Finance- Domestic and International
Regulations.
c. Different Methods of International Trade Payments.
d. Exchange Rate Mechanism for International Trade Management.
e. Contracts/ Papers/Documents Relating to International Trade Payment and its Financing.
f. Import and Export Financing- Forms and Methods.
g. Asian Clearing Union- Settlement of Foreign Exchange Transactions under ACU Mechanism.
h. Foreign Remittance- Inward and Outward, Opening and Operation under different forms of F.C.
Accounts.
i. Submission of Foreign Exchange Returns to Bangladesh Bank :Methods of Submission,
Different Forms, Schedules and Statements.
j. Off-Shore Banking/EPZ.
k. International Trading Arrangements- WTO and Regional Trading Arrangements.

10. Course No. : OR02/2016


a. Time : March 27-31, 2016
b. Venue : Khulna
c. Coordination Team : 1. Antara Zareen
2. Tofayel Ahmed

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Outreach E-Workshops (Video Conferencing)


BANKING ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

1. Title : Banking Organization and Management


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Target Group : Regional Heads and Senior Executives of Different Banks
5. Methods : Lecture and Question Answering

6. Workshop No. : OE03/2016


a. Time : October
b. Targeted Region : Rajshahi
c. Facilitator : K.I. Khaled
d. Coordination Team : 1. Tofayel Ahmed
2. Lutful Alam Maruf

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHALLENGES IN BANKS

1. Title : Organizational Development and Challenges in Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Target Group : Regional Heads and Senior Executives of Different Banks
5. Methods : Lecture and Question Answering

6. Workshop No. : OE02/2016


a. Time : August
b. Targeted Region : Khulna
c. Facilitator : S.A.Chowdhury
d. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Abdul Halim
2. Lutful Alam Maruf

RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Risk Management in Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Target Group : Regional Heads and Senior Executives of Different Banks
5. Methods : Lecture and Question Answering

6. Workshop No. : OE01/2016


a. Time : April
b. Targeted Region : Chittagong
c. Facilitator : Dr. Toufic Ahmad Choudhury
d. Coordination Team : 1. Nur Al Faisal
2. Lutful Alam Maruf

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Training Workshops

AGRICULTURAL FINANCING AND COMMODITY MARKET

1. Title : Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To understand the overall economic and agrarian environment and to develop agriculture and
commodity market.
b. To build up practical skills in financing high value agriculture and its value chain creation,
structuring commodity market and its link with global market.
c. To develop strategies for introducing innovative financing tools in agricultural sector and
commodity market.

9. Contents
a. Role of Agriculture and Commodity Market in the Economic Development of Bangladesh,
Policy Environment, Guidelines and Initiatives for Financing.
b. Hi-tech Financing Instruments, Weather derivative, Credit Default Swap, Warehouse Receipt
and Hedge Products for Agricultural and Commodity Market.
c. Cross-country Experiences - Participating with International Commodity Market.
d. Scope of Financing, High Value Agriculture, Value Chain, Developing Commodity Market
and Risks Thereof.
e. Developing Strategies and Possible Way Out for Overcoming the Challenges in Financing
Agriculture and Commodity Market.
f. Factors for Pricing of Commodity in the Market. Problems and Possible Solutions.

10. Workshop No. : TW25/2016


a. Time : June 15-16, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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BANK GUARANTEES

1. Title : Bank Guarantees


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the overall bank guarantee environment.
b. To understand the regulatory environment for handling bank guarantee.
c. To build up practical skills in handling bank guarantee for both domestic and international
trading.

9. Contents
a. Role of Bank Guarantee in the Trade Business of Bangladesh.
b. Overview on the Types of Bank Guarantee.
c. International Regulation like URDG, ISP etc.
d. Domestic Regulations.
e. Case Study on Handling of Bank Guarantee.

10. Workshop No. : TW17/2016


a. Time : April 20-21, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Antara Zareen
2. Rahat Banu

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BASEL-III: REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR RESILIENT BANKING SYSTEMS

1. Title : Basel-III: Regulatory Framework for Resilient Banking Systems


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants about Basel framework on Risk Based Capital Adequacy.
b. To familiarize the participants with different dimensions of Basel III.

9. Contents
a. Historical Evolution of Basel Framework on Risk Based Capital Adequacy.
b. Different Dimensions of Basel III.
c. Minimum Capital Requirements and Buffers-Revised Definition of Capital and Regulatory
Adjustments, Risk Coverage and Capital Requirement, Capital Conservation Buffer,
Countercyclical Buffer, Leverage Ratio.
d. Liquidity Standard in Basel III.

10. Workshop No. : TW07/2016


a. Time : February 10-11, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Md. Alamgir

11. Workshop No. : TW35/2016


a. Time : September 28-29, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND GOVERNANCE FOR SUSTAINABLE BANKING

1. Title : Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance for Sustainable Banking


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts, issues, and principles of sustainability
framework, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance in the context of banks in
Bangladesh.
b. To familiarize the participants with ISIS methodology and sustainability compass.

9. Contents
a. Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance for Sustainable Banking
in Bangladesh: Definitions, Guidelines, Rationales, Costs, Benefits, Relevance, Advantages,
Drawbacks, and Social impact.
b. ISIS (Indicators-> Systems -> Innovation-> Strategy) Methodology and Sustainability Compass
(NEWS: Nature, Environment, Well-being, and Society) Methodology for Ensuring Sustainable
Banking in Bangladesh.
c. Case Study

10. Workshop No. : TW14/2016


a. Time : March 30-31, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Rahat Banu

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CREDIT RISK GRADING FOR LENDING DECISION

1. Title : Credit Risk Grading for Lending Decision


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enhance the capability of the participants for assessing and monitoring credit risk.
b. To discuss the ways of improving the quality of loan assets of a bank.

9. Contents
a. Credit Risk- Concept, Categories, Different Dimensions of Risk Factors and Process of Risk
Management.
b. Credit Risk Grading Manual - Introduction, Definition, Function, Use, CRG Definitions and
Regulatory Definition on Grading of Classified Accounts.
c. Financial Statements - Regulatory Requirements, Process: Income Statement, Statement of
Changes in Equity and Balance Sheet.
d. Analysis of Financial Statements - Financial Spread Sheet (FSS): Process of Input and Analysis
of Output Sheet.
e. Credit Risk Grading (CRG) Score Sheet for Business Clients - Process for Determining
Financial Risk, Business/Industry Risk, Management Risk, Security Risk and Relationship Risk.
f. Credit Risk Grading Score Sheet for Financial Institutions - Process for Determining Financial
Risk, Business/Industry Risk, Management Risk, Security Risk and Relationship Risk. Early
Warning Signal (EWS), Exception to CRG, CRG Review, MIS on CRG, Data Collection
Checklist, etc.

10. Workshop No. : TW09/2016


a. Time : February 23-25, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
2. Md. Abdul Halim

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CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Customer Relationship Management in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts and issues in the area of CRM.
b. To create awareness about better utilization of customer information for customized product
development and quality service.
c. To develop CRM skills in view of evolution of bank marketing from transactional to
relationship marketing.

9. Contents
a. CRM: Conceptual Framework - Connecting with Customers.
b. CRM Strategy: Customer as an Asset, Know Your Customer (KYC), Customer Interaction
Cycle, Customer Touch Points, Total Customer Experience, Customer Loyalty, Customer
Satisfaction, Customer Care, Customer Contact Technology Strategy.
c. CRM Applications in Banking: CRM as a Tool for Segmentation, Appropriate Targeting,
Campaign Management, Cross-Selling, Customization, Customer Life-Cycle Management.
d. Managing Relations with Customer: Customer Retention as a Strategy to Achieve Competitive
Advantage, Development and Implementation of Relationship Marketing Strategies with the
Use of CRM.
e. Barriers and Problems in CRM.
g. Development and Analysis of a CRM Plan.

10. Workshop No. : TW11/2016


a. Time : March 09-10, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Rexona Yesmin

11. Workshop No. : TW40/2016


a. Time : October 30-31, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Najir Hossain
2. Rexona Yesmin

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DEBT SECURITIES IN BANGLADESH

1. Title : Debt Securities in Bangladesh


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institution

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the concepts, types, functions and pricing of debt securities.
b. To familiarize the participants with the debt instruments and operations of primary and
secondary debt securities market.
c. To develop skills of the participants for management of debt security portfolio focusing on debt
security market regulation and compliance issues in Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Overview of Debt Securities Market-Structure, Instruments and Regulations.
b. Debt Securities Market Instruments-Treasury Bills, Government Bonds, Corporate bonds,
Islamic Bonds (Sukuk Bonds), Sovereign Bonds, Diaspora Bonds, Zero Coupon Bonds, Coupon
Bonds, Deep Discount Bonds and their Pricing Techniques.
c. Interest Rate Determination- Coupon and Yield, Discount Rate, YTM, Yield Curve.
d. Debt Securities Portfolio Management.
e. Measuring Risk in Bond Market- Maturity, Duration and Convexity of Bonds, Value at Risk.
f. Relationship between Banking Portfolio and Bond Market Operations.
g. Credit Rating-Operation and Effectiveness in Bangladesh.
h. Status of Debt Securities Market in Bangladesh.

10. Workshop No. : TW04/2016


a. Time : January 27-28, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
2. Tahmina Rahman

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ENHANCING SERVICE QUALITY IN BANKS

1. Title : Enhancing Service Quality in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institution

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the concepts, types, functions and pricing of debt securities.
b. To familiarize the participants with the debt instruments and operations of primary and
secondary debt securities market.
c. To develop skills of the participants for management of debt security portfolio focusing on debt
security market regulation and compliance issues in Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Overview of Debt Securities Market-Structure, Instruments and Regulations.
b. Debt Securities Market Instruments-Treasury Bills, Government Bonds, Corporate bonds,
Islamic Bonds (Sukuk Bonds), Sovereign Bonds, Diaspora Bonds, Zero Coupon Bonds, Coupon
Bonds, Deep Discount Bonds and their Pricing Techniques.
c. Interest Rate Determination- Coupon and Yield, Discount Rate, YTM, Yield Curve.
d. Debt Securities Portfolio Management.
e. Measuring Risk in Bond Market- Maturity, Duration and Convexity of Bonds, Value at Risk.
f. Relationship between Banking Portfolio and Bond Market Operations.
g. Credit Rating-Operation and Effectiveness in Bangladesh.
h. Status of Debt Securities Market in Bangladesh.

10. Workshop No. : TW22/2016


a. Time : June 01-02, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Masudul Haque
2. Rexona Yesmin

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Training Workshops

ENVIRONMENTAL RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Environmental Risk Management in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institution

8. Objectives
a. To discuss concepts, policy issues, rules, regulations, instruments and administrative framework
related to environmental risk management in banks and NBFIs.
b. To analyze the role of banks and other organizations for developing environmental risk
management strategies in Global Economy and in Bangladesh.
c. To examine the challenges and potentialities of introducing green banking in Bangladesh and
suggesting the future roadmap.

9. Contents
a. Concept, Policies, Regulations, Types, Roles of Stakeholders in environment risk management.
b. International Conventions, Treaties, Guidelines and Standards, Role of Inter-governmental
Organizations, Environmental NGOs and Multinational Banks.
c. Policy and Regulatory Background of environmental risk management in Bangladesh,
Bangladesh Bank Policy Guidelines for Green Banking, Environmental Risk Management
Guideline of Bangladesh Bank.
d. Calculation of environmental risk rating and its implication in the BFIs and NBFIs,
Environmental risk Identification and Mitigation tool.
e. The Challenges and Potentials of environmental risk management in Bangladesh,

10. Workshop No. : TW29/2016


a. Time : August 03-04, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Antara Zareen
2. Tahmina Rahman

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ETHICS AND INTEGRITY

1. Title : Ethics and Integrity


2. Duration : 01 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institution

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants about ethical issues in banking.
b. To discuss, Interpret and understand the implications of ethics and integrity in order to facilitate
the bankers for efficient operation of banking business.

9. Contents
a. Ethics-Definition, Ethical Reasoning-Ethics, Integrity, Religion, Morality and Law.
b. Ethics and Ethical Issues in Banks.
c. Impediments for establishing Ethics in Banks.
d. Institutionalizing of Ethics in Banks.
e. National Integrity Strategy.

10. Workshop No. : TW41/2016


a. Time : October 31, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. To be decided
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam

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Training Workshops

FACTORING, LEASING AND VENTURE FINANCING

1. Title : Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the concepts, types, operational procedure and modalities of
factoring, leasing and venture financing.
b. To discuss the current status, recent issues and challenges considering Bangladesh context.

9. Contents
a. Factoring-Domestic and International Mechanisms.
b. Factoring in Bangladesh-Present Status, Challenges and Opportunity.
c. Open Account Sales and Relevance of Factoring.
d. Lease Financing-Concepts, Types, Areas, Benefits, Pricing, Mechanism and Challenges, Lease
Financing in Bangladesh and Global Scenario.
e. Venture Financing-Concepts, Importance, Screening Criteria, Process of Incubation and
Negotiation.
f. Venture Financing in Bangladesh: Current Status, Practices and Problems.
g. Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing in Islamic Banking System.

10. Workshop No. : TW08/2016


a. Time : February 16-18, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Abdul Jalil Choudhury
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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FINANCIAL CRIME AND COMPLIANCE ISSUES IN BANKS

1. Title : Financial Crime and Compliance Issues in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint with the nature, types and causes financial crimes and their prevention.
b. To acquaint the participants with the laws and regulations related to prevention of financial
crimes in banks.

9. Contents
a. Financial Crimes Nature and Types.
b. Laws and Regulation for Preventing Financial Crimes in Banks.
c. Prevention of Financial Crimes - Way forward.

10. Workshop No. : TW45/2016


a. Time : December 07-08, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. To be decided
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam

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Training Workshops

ICC GUIDELINES FOR TRADE FACILITATION

1. Title : ICC Guidelines for Trade Facilitation


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculties and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop the skill of the participants with better understanding of the implications of the ICC
publications in facilitating international trade.
b. To exchange ideas with the participants regarding the problems in international trade payment
and discuss them in light of ICC Publications.

9. Contents
a. UCPDC 600 with Cases.
b. ISBP 745.
c. URR 725.
d. URC 522.
e. ISP 98.
f. INCOTERMS 2010.
g. URDG 758.
h. Implications of ICC Publications for Trade Payment Operation in Bangladesh.

10. Workshop No. : TW12/2016


a. Time : March 14-16, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Tofayel Ahmed

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IT GOVERNANCE IN BANKS

1. Title : IT Governance in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculties and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the conceptual aspects of IT Governance in Banks
b. To discuss the current status, problems and challenges of IT Governance implementation in
Banks.
c. To develop knowledge and skill about effective implementation of IT Governance in Bank

9. Contents
a. Conceptual framework of IT Governance in Banks.
b. Domains of IT Governance in Banks.
c. Role of IT Governance for effective IT Operations in Banks.

10. Workshop No. : TW34/2016


a. Time : August 30-31, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam

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Training Workshops

INCLUSIVE BANKING AND FINANCIAL LITERACY

1. Title : Inclusive Banking and Financial Literacy


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or Equivalent Executives and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss the importance of inclusive banking and its role in financial sector development.
b. To analyze the possible inclusive banking strategies and their implications for the banking
sector.
c. To acquaint the financial literacy initiatives undertaken by Bangladesh Bank.

9. Contents
a. Inclusive Banking for Financial Inclusion-Concepts, Indicators and Issues-Status of Inclusive
Banking in Bangladesh.
b. Strategies for Inclusive Banking - Role of Bangladesh Bank & Commercial Bank.
c. Major Areas of Inclusive Banking-SME Banking, Microfinance Operations of Banks-
Entrepreneurship Development-Mobile Financial Services.
d. Financial Literacy-Concept, Important and Initiatives.

10. Workshop No. : TW36/2016


a. Time : September 28-29, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Rahat Banu

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Training Workshops

INFORMATION SYSTEM AUDIT AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN E-BANKING

1. Title : Information System Audit and Risk Management in E-Banking


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working in IT
Security/Audit and Inspection/ IT Division/Internal Control Division.
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendations
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enhance skill of the participants to manage IS and IT resources of the banks with care and
confidence.
b. To enable the participants to prepare a security policy for the banks, undertake IS Audit with a
heightened awareness of security and control concerns.

9. Contents
a. Overview of IS Audit, Audit Process, Potential Auditing Subject Areas and Business Process
Re-engineering.
b. Risk Management Issues of E-banking Activities-Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
c. Business Continuity Management and Disaster Recovery Plan, IT Operations Management and
Service Provider Management.
d. Concept of Information Security Standard and its application in Banks.
e. Information and Internet Security Issues, Cyber Crimes, Cyber Investigations, Cyber Law/IT
Act, ICT Policy.

10. Workshop No. : TW06/2016


a. Time : February 09-11, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP)

1. Title : Infrastructure Financing and Public-Private Partnership (PPP)


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and
Formulation of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other
Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss the policy, rules, regulations, institutional framework in relation to infrastructure
development under public-private partnership, different models for designing PPP projects.
b. To familiarize the participants with structure and operational aspects, risk issues, revenue
collection and repayment systems relating to infrastructure financing under PPPs.

9. Contents
a. Infrastructure Financing and PPP-Conceptual Issues and Role of PPP in Infrastructure as well as
Economic Development.
b. PPP Legal and Regulatory Framework- National Policy, Legislative Framework, Government
Regulatory Roles vs. Role of Service Provider, Legal, Procurement, Contracting and Evaluation
Approaches.
c. PPP Institutional Framework-Main Drivers for PPP Structure; Institutions involvement in PPP
Structure & their Role and Responsibilities.
d. Financing Infrastructure Projects-Concepts, Sources of Financing, Modes of Financing, PPP
Contract Awarding and Management, PPP Project Feasibility Study, Financial Modeling of PPP
Projects.
e. Risk Analysis in Infrastructure Financing under PPPs-Risk Identification, Measurement and
Mitigation.
f. Environmental and Social Impact- Environmental Guidelines and Social Impact of Infrastructure
Projects.
g. PPP and Infrastructure Financing in Bangladesh Current Status, Relevant Issues and Future
Challenges.

10. Workshop No. : TW18/2016


a. Time : April 26-28, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Ruhul Amin
2. Md. Abdul Halim

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ISLAMIC FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

1. Title : Islamic Financial Products and Regulatory Framework


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Faculty : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institutions.

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts and types of various Shariah-compliant
financial products and their operational mechanism
b. To acquaint the participants with the legal aspects of various types Islamic financial products
and their development by complying with the Shariah governance principles.

9. Contents
a. Overview of Islamic Economics, Finance, Shariah Principles and Islamic Financial Markets.
b. Various types of Islamic banking Products-Deposit Mobilization Products-Wadiah and
Mudarabah Accounts, Characteristics and Operational Procedures. Investment Products under
Islamic banking- Musharakah, Mudarabah, Bai-Muajjal, Bai-Salam, Istisna, Hire Purchase,
Quard-al-Hasana, Lease finance(ijara), Term Investment, Syndicate Investment etc. and their
operational procedure and Shariah Governance System .
c. Islamic capital Market Products-Sukuk, various types of Islamic bonds and their operational
procedure and regulatory Framework.
d. Islamic Insurance (Takaful) Products-Importance of Takaful, Modus Operandi of Takaful,
Payment of Premium under Islamic Insurance and its Regulatory Framework.

10. Workshop No. : TW30/2016


a. Time : August 03-04, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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Training Workshops

LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE FOR BANK EXECUTIVES

1. Title : Leadership Excellence for Bank Executives


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concept, importance and different aspects of leadership.
b. To develop overall knowledge and skills about leadership for banking.

9. Contents
a. Leadership-Concept, Needs, Importance and Objectives, and Styles to Leadership.
b. Leadership Skills and Emerging Approaches to Leadership.
c. Application of Different Styles of Leaderships in Banks, and Leadership
Capabilities Essentials for Branch Banking.
d. Team Building and Group Dynamics.
e. Case Study on Leadership in Banking
f. Corporate Governance and Ethics in Leadership

10. Workshop No. : TW37/2016


a. Time : October 05-06, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Masudul Haque
2. Tahmina Rahman

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LEGAL ASPECTS OF SECURITY AND DOCUMENTATION

1. Title : Legal Aspects of Security and Documentation


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss various types of securities and documents with legal aspects.
b. To exchange views and ideas with the participants pertaining to the problems of defective
securities, documentation and consequences in the context of legal coverage.

9. Contents
a. Concept of Securities and Legal Aspects of Different Modes of Charging Securities including
Guarantee, Indemnity, Bailment and Agency.
b. Important Provisions of Some Relevant Laws Concerning Securities and Documents-Contract
Act-1872, Transfer of Property Act -1882 with Special Reference to Mortgage, Limitation Act-
1908, Registration Act-2004, Stamp Act-1908 and Artha Rin Adalat Ain-2003(with
amendments).
c. Documents and Documentation- Importance with Legal Coverage, Documentation for Different
Loans and Advances, Different Borrowers and Securities Execution, Attestation, Stamping and
Registration, Compliance of Securities and Documentation Checklist, Consequences and Legal
Effects of Defective Securities and Documentation.

10. Workshop No. : TW16/2016


a. Time : April 12-13, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. Tofayel Ahmed

11. Workshop No. : TW43/2016


a. Time : November 16-17, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker
2. Md. Abdul Halim

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Training Workshops

MANAGEMENT OF NON-PERFORMING LOANS: CASE-BASED ANALYSIS


1. Title : Management of Non-performing Loans: Case-based Analysis
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To identify the major causes of non-performing loans and advances in the banking sector.
b. To suggest measures and strategies to lessen the existing level of non-performing loans and
advances of the banking sector.

9. Contents
a. Non-performing Loans (NPL) and its Measurement, Present Status of NPL in Bangladesh,
Provisioning Classification and De-classification Measures (latest regulations) and Capital
Adequacy Standard of Banks.
b. Identification of Causes of Non-performing Loans and Advances in the Banking Sector.
c. Supervisory and Regulatory Guidelines for Prevention and Reduction of Non-performing Loans,
Supervision and Follow-up of Advances, Early Warning Signal.
d. Recovery Measures- legal and non-legal.
e. Loan Recovery and Ethics.
f. Case studies on management of non-performing loan.

10. Workshop No. : TW02/2016


a. Time : January 20-21, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

11. Workshop No. : TW31/2016


a. Time : August 10-11, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

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MOBILE BANKING AND AGENT BANKING

1. Title : Mobile Banking and Agent Banking


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss about the mechanism of Mobile Banking and Agent Banking and its implication in
banks.
b. To identify the role of Mobile Banking and Agent Banking for business growth and profitability
of Banks.
c. To enhance the knowledge regarding the frauds and security issues of Mobile Banking and
Agent Banking.

9. Contents
a. Fundamentals of Mobile Banking and Agent Banking -Concept and Different Models.
b. Current Status of Mobile Banking and Agent Banking in Bangladesh and Global Scenario.
c. Security Issues Related to Mobile Banking and Agent Banking.
d. Impact of Mobile Banking and Agent Banking in Banking Business Enhancement and Financial
Inclusion.
e. Infrastructure requirement of Mobile Banking and Agent Banking.

10. Workshop No. : TW15/2016


a. Time : April 06-07, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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Training Workshops

OFFSHORE BANKING

1. Title : Offshore Banking


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the conceptual aspect of offshore banking operation.
b. To discuss the regulatory environment of the offshore banking unit in the context of Bangladesh.
c. To illustrate the status of offshore banking operation in EPZs of Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Conceptual Aspects of Offshore Banking Global Context.
b. Governance and Market Structure of Offshore Banking in Bangladesh.
c. Portfolios and Activities of Offshore Banking Unit in Bangladesh.
d. Problems and Challenges Regarding Offshore Banking in Bangladesh.

10. Workshop No. : TW38/2016


a. Time : October 12-13, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Antara Zareen
2. Tofayel Ahmed

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OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Operational Risk Management in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and
Formulation of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the different dimensions of operational risk faced by banks.
b. To enhance knowledge and skills of the participants for efficient handling of operational risk in
banks.

9. Contents
a. Operational Risk-Concept, Events and Types.
b. Operational Risk Management-Principles, Policies, Process and Framework.
c. Regulatory Framework of Operational Risk Management in Bangladesh.
d. Assessment of Capital Requirement for Operational Risk under Basel Framework.
e. Operational Risk Management Practices of Banks in Bangladesh.

10. Workshop No. : TW21/2016


a. Time : May 25-26, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

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Training Workshops

PREPARATION OF CREDIT PROPOSAL

1. Title : Preparation of Credit Proposal


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and
Formulation of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the Credit Policy and Lending Principles of Bank.
b. To develop techniques of preparing credit proposals
c. To develop knowledge about the components required for preparing credit proposals.
d. To know the participants about the role and responsibilities of Relationship Manager.

9. Contents
a. Selection of Credit worthy Borrower.
b. Introduction to Credit Risk Management (CRM): Lending guideline and Segregation of duties.
Role and responsibilities of Relationship Manager.
c. Selection of Security: Qualities of Good securities, Goods to be Hypothecated and Pledged,
Valuation of stock and determination of margin.
d. Collateral Security: Selection, Valuation, Legal Opinion, creation of mortgage and control over
the security.
e. Credit proposal preparation (Fresh/ Renewal): Discussion on checklist in relation to Credit
Proposal.
f. Open discussion on preparation of Credit Proposal, common errors and deviations in preparation
of loan proposal.

10. Workshop No. : TW23/2016


a. Time : June 05-06, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Najir Hossain
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

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PREVENTION OF MONEY LAUNDERING AND TERRORIST FINANCING

1. Title : Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the concepts and important provisions of Money Laundering
Prevention Act-2012 and Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Act, 2013.
b. To share experiences on implementation of money laundering prevention policies and guidelines
and recent developments in this regard.
c. To share experiences on Anti-Terrorist Activities and Bangladesh Bank guidelines in this
connection.

9. Contents
a. Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing- International Initiatives.
b. Money Laundering Prevention Act-2012 and its Impact on Banks.
c. Senior Management Commitment and Money Laundering Prevention Act-2012 Compliance,
Policy Guidelines including Compliance of KYC, TP, STR, CTR, etc.
d. Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Act, 2013 and its impact on Banks.
e. Policy Guidelines and Role of Relevant Agencies including Bangladesh Bank to Combat
Terrorist Financing.
f. Prevention of Money Laundering and Ethics in Banking.
g. KYC, CTR, STR, Customer Risk Grading.

10. Workshop No. : TW01/2016


a. Time : January 13-14, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. To be decided
2. Md. Najir Hossain

11. Workshop No. : TW26/2016


a. Time : June 15-16, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. To be decided
2. Nur Al Faisal

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Training Workshops

PRUDENTIAL REGULATIONS AND BANK SUPERVISION

1. Title : Prudential Regulations and Bank Supervision


2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Case Study, Group Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the prudential regulations of Bangladesh Bank.
b. To familiarize the participants with the regulatory framework and supervisory mechanism of
Bangladesh Bank.
c. To inform the participants about the compliance requirements of Bangladesh Bank.

9. Contents
a. Basel III framework and policy of maintenance of minimum and adequate capital.
b. Disclosure requirements of commercial banks.
c. Loan classification, rescheduling, write off.
d. Single borrower exposure and procedures for large loan.
e. Corporate governance of banks and responsibilities of BOD, EC, Audit Committee and risk
management committee, appointment of directors and CEO, restrictions on lending to directors.
f. Core risk guidelines, Guidelines for green banking, guidelines for risk management, guidelines
for Islamic banking.
g. Policies for interest rate on lending and deposit, consumer financing-caps and prohibitions.
h. Regulatory framework for bank supervision, risk based supervision and its implementation.
i. Techniques of off-site and on-site supervision of BB and correction of deficiencies identified.

10. Workshop No. : TW13/2016


a. Time : March 22-24, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. To be decided
2. Dhana Ranjan Karmaker

11. Workshop No. : TW33/2016


a. Time : August 22-24, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. To be decided
2. Md. Abdul Halim

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RETAIL BANKING

1. Title : Retail Banking


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To provide a clear understanding in respect of different principles and practices of retail
banking.
b. To familiarize the participants with the operational procedures and functioning of consumer
financing.

9. Contents
a. Retail Banking- Nature and Development, its Philosophy and Reality in Bangladesh.
b. Retail Banking- Importance and Role in Socio-Economic Development and Strategies Involved.
c. Processing and Operation of Unsecured Loan, Consumer Financing.
d. Comparative Analysis on Consumer Lending Products by Different Banks.
e. Prudential Guidelines for Retail Banking-Operations, Product Program Guide, Credit Principles,
Product Specification, Market Analysis, Planning, Product Structuring and Loan
Documentation.
f. Plastic Card Marketing under Retail Banking and role of Call Centre.
g. Reasons for Overdue and Recovery of Consumer Credit and Credit Card.
h. Strategic Preparedness for Retail Banking and Consumer Financing- Cross Country Experience
and Lesson for Bangladesh.

10. Workshop No. : TW05/2016


a. Time : February 03-04, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Masudul Haque
2. Rexona Yesmin

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RISK BASED INTERNAL AUDIT IN BANKS

1. Title : Risk Based Internal Audit in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with risk based internal audit in Banks.
b. To develop knowledge and skill on the risk based internal audit process.
c. To discuss about the risk based internal audit report and monitorable action plan.

9. Contents
a. Internal Control and Internal Audit-Bangladesh Bank Guidelines, Policy and Process.
b. Risk Based Internal Audit- Concepts, Objectives, Process and Comparison with Transaction
Based Audit.
c. Preparation of Risk Based Audit Report and Compliance-Necessary Actions Relating to Audit
Report, Monitorable Action Plan (MAP).

10. Workshop No. : TW03/2016


a. Time : January 20-21, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Atul Chandra Pandit
2. Md. Abdul Halim

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SECURITY MARKET ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

1. Title : Security Market Analysis and Portfolio Management


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts and types of investment, securities and markets
and to introduce analytical tools for security analysis and investment decisions.
b. To develop skills for formation of optimum portfolio as well as management of efficient
portfolio focusing on security market regulation and compliance issues.

9. Contents
a. Concepts and Methods of Investment, Types of Securities, Concepts of Risk and Return,
Determinants of Required Rate of Return (Stock, Bond, Debenture, Mutual Funds).
b. Valuation Concepts- Stock Valuation-Dividend Discount Model, Earning Multiplier Model,
Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Technique, Bond Valuation - Bond Yield and Prices, Yield to
Maturity.
c. Portfolio Formation and Management-Portfolio Return and Risk, Systematic and Unsystematic
Risk, Diversification, Risk-Return Trade-off, Correlation and Covariance, Asset Pricing
Models- CAPM, APT, Efficient Frontier and Selection of Optimal Portfolio.
d. Portfolio Performance Analysis and Portfolio Management Strategies.
e. Debt Security Analysis- Risk, Liquidity, Coupon, Duration and Immunization.
f. Security Market Regulation and Compliance.

10. Workshop No. : TW10/2016


a. Time : March 02-03, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa

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SME DELINQUENCY MANAGEMENT

1. Title : SME Delinquency Management


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To provide the participants with a deep holistic understanding of best practice methodologies
and customer communication and interaction aiming at maximizing loan recovery.

9. Contents
a. Identification and use of Early Warning Indicators.
b. Techniques of Effective Communication with Delinquent Customers.
c. Analyze Reasons for Default, and the Implications for the Customers Cash-Flow, Business
Risks, and thus the ability to Service the Loan in the Future.
d. Small Enterprise Risk Mitigation: Tools and Techniques.
e. Techniques of Conducting on-site Visits to Delinquent Borrowers Based on Efficient
Communication.
f. Action Plans and Monitoring their Implementations.
g. Initiate Best Practice Reporting Standards to Next Organizational Level.
h. Classification and Provisioning of Loans.
i. Loan Monitoring.
j. Legal and Non-legal Measures against Delinquent Customers.

10. Workshop No. : TW24/2016


a. Time : June 08-09, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Tahmina Rahman

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STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Head/ In-charge of Branch/ Operation Manager/Prospective Branch
Manager
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concept and importance of strategic HRM.
b. To develop knowledge about strategic HR issues and its implication in bank branches.

9. Contents
a. Strategic HRM-Concept, Scope, Approaches, Features, Components, Models, Impacts and
Trends of Strategic HRM.
b. Competitive Analysis-Strategic Group Maps, Competitors' Strategy.
c. Evaluating Bank HR Resources and Competitive Capabilities.
d. Employee Motivation and Leadership Issues and Practices in Bank Branch Management.
e. Corporate Governance and Ethics in Bank Management.

10. Workshop No. : TW42/2016


a. Time : November 09-10, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Nur Al Faisal

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STRUCTURED FINANCE AND CREDIT DERIVATIVES

1. Title : Structured Finance and Credit Derivatives


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and
Formulation of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts and types of structured financial derivative
products as alternative sources of finance and risk management tools.
b. To discuss various operational aspects and documentation process of Structured Finance and
financial derivatives and lessons from global financial crisis.

9. Contents
a. Structured Finance and Financial Derivatives-Definition, Boundaries between Structured
Finance and Conventional Finance.
b. Types of Structured Finance Products-Traditional Products, Capital Market Products and Hybrid
Products.
c. Financial Derivatives-Different Types, Forward Contracts, European Options, Non-Linear
Payoffs, American and Bermudan Options, etc.
d. Derivatives Modeling-Model Applications, Calibration, Risk Management, Model Limitations,
Testing
e. Credit Derivative- Introduction to Credit Derivatives, Credit Derivative Product Profiles, Pricing
and Operational Aspects of Credit Derivatives, etc.
f. Asset Securitization-Concepts, Types, Process, and Major Players, Pricing and Operational
Aspects of Asset Securitizations.
g. Regulatory, Accounting and Tax Aspects of Structured Finance, Credit Rating and Credit
Enhancement.
h. Structured Finance and Financial Derivatives in Bangladesh- Scope, Organizational and Legal
Issues, Present Status and Global Scenario, Lessons from Global Financial Crisis.

10. Workshop No. : TW32/2016


a. Time : August 17-18, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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TEAM BUILDING FOR WORK EXCELLENCE IN BANKS

1. Title : Team Building for Work Excellence in Banks


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from other Financial Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the concept of team building and its significance in banks.
b. To improve the skills of the participants about team building and group dynamics.
c. To improve leadership skills of the participants for effective team building.

9. Contents
a. Team Building: Concept, Skills and Its Importance in Banks.
b. Team Building and Group Dynamics, Formal and Informal Organization, Quality
Circle.
c. Leadership Skills, Team Building and Leadership, Needs and Importance for Banks.
d. Conflict, Time and Stress Management in Team, Interpersonal Communication.
e. Ethics and Governance Issues in Team Building.

10. Workshop No. : TW27/2016


a. Time : July 20-21, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Masudul Haque
2. Rexona Yesmin

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TERM LENDING: CASE-BASED ANALYSIS

1. Title : Term Lending: Case-based Analysis


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working in Credit
Department
6. Methods : Lecture, Case Study, Group Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the conceptual issues relating to term lending of banks
b. To capacitate the participants for making long-term credit decisions through solving practical
loan cases.

9. Contents
a. Conceptual and Regulatory Aspects of Term Lending
b. Case study on SME Term Financing - Appraisal and Decision Making.
c. Case study on Syndicated Financing - Appraisal and Decision Making.
d. Case study on Corporate Term Lending - Appraisal and Decision Making.
e. Case study on Off-balance Sheet Financing.

10. Workshop No. : TW39/2016


a. Time : October 19-20, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa

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TIME AND STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR BANK EXECUTIVES


1. Title : Time and Stress Management for Bank Executives
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To extend knowledge about time and stress management and their effect on
performance in banks.
b. To enhance time and stress management skills for ensuring better job performance in
banks.

9. Contents
a. Time Management-Time and Its Importance, Time and Managerial Effectiveness, Time
Planning and Control, Time and Delegation of Authority, Time Management and
Decision Making.
b. Stress and Job Performance-Management of Stress.
c. Crisis Management

10. Workshop No. : TW20/2016


a. Time : May 18-19, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Masudul Haque
2. Rexona Yesmin

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TRADE FINANCING IN BANKS


1. Title : Trade Financing in Banks
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To delineate the overall international trade financing environment.
b. To Understand Policy and Regulatory Environment for International Trade Finance by Banks in
Bangladesh.
c. To build up practical skills in handling bank financing for both domestic and international
trading.

9. Contents
a. Overview on the trade finance in banks of Bangladesh.
b. Products for handling trade finance in banks like LC, Guarantee, Factoring etc.
c. International and Domestic Regulations.
d. Case Study on Management of International Trade Financing.

10. Workshop No. : TW28/2016


a. Time : July 27-28, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Antara Zareen
2. Tofayel Ahmed

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UCP-600 AND RELATED ICC GUIDELINES

1. Title : UCP-600 and Related ICC Guidelines


2. Duration : 03
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study, Panel Discussion and Formulation
of Recommendation
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculties and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop the skill of the participants with better understanding of the implications of UCPDC
600 and other ICC Publications in facilitating international trade.
b. To exchange ideas with the participants regarding the problems in international trade payment
and discuss them in light of UCPDC 600 and other ICC publications.

9. Contents
a. UCPDC 600 with Cases.
b. ISBP-745, URR-725 and other Publications of ICC (ISP-98, URDG-758, URC-522,
INCOTERMS 2010).
c. Implications of UCPDC 600 and other ICC Publications for Trade Payment Operations in
Bangladesh

10. Workshop No. : TW46/2016


a. Time : December 13-15, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Antara Zareen

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Training Workshops

WORKING CAPITAL FINANCING: CASE-BASED ANALYSIS

1. Title : Working Capital Financing: Case-based Analysis


2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principal Officer or Equivalent Officer and above working in Credit
Department.
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study.
7. Faculty : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and Other Institutions.

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participant with different aspects of working capital financing.
b. To capacitate the participants for making working capital financing decisions through solving
practical cases.

9. Contents
a. Conceptual Aspects of Working Capital Financing.
b. Case Study on Working Capital Financing-Appraisal and Decision Making-Manufacturing,
Merchandising, and Service Organizations.
c. Case Study on Working Capital Financing for Specific Sectors like Garments, Leather,
Pharmaceuticals, Textile, Ceramic, Cement, Steel, etc.
d. Can Study on Innovative Products for Working Capital Financing.
e. Structuring Working Capital Finance Amount, Pricing and Repayment.

10. Workshop No. : TW19/2016


a. Time : May 11-12, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

11. Workshop No. : TW44/2016


a. Time : November 23-24, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Ruhul Amin
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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Review Workshops

INTERNAL CONTROL AND COMPLIANCE OF BANKS

1. Title : Internal Control and Compliance of Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of Internal Control and Compliance
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Broad Objectives of the Review Workshop Paper


a. To review overall activities of internal control and compliance operations of banks for 2015.
b. To examine the comparative status of internal control and compliance of Banks for 2014-2015.
c. To identify success factors and problem areas in the internal control and compliance operations
of banks.
d. To recommend courses of action for the improvement of internal control and compliance
operations in banks.

8. Workshop No. : RvW01/2016


a. Time : April 21, 2016
b. Review Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam
3. Md. Shahid Ullah
4. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
5. Banker

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES OF BANKS

1. Title : Human Resource Management and Training Activities of Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of Human Resource Management
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Broad Objectives of the Review Workshop Paper


a. To review overall activities of human resource management in banks for the year 2015.
b. To examine the comparative status of human resource management in Banks for 2014-2015.
c. To identify success factors and problem areas in the human resource management of banks.
d. To recommend courses of action for the improvement of human resource management in banks.

8. Workshop No. : RvW02/2016


a. Time : May 05, 2016
b. Review Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Md. Masudul Haque
3. RexonaYesmin
4. Banker

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CREDIT OPERATIONS OF BANKS

1. Title : Credit Operations of Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of Credit Operations
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Broad Objectives of the Review Workshop Paper


a. To review overall activities of credit operations of banks for the year 2015.
b. To examine the comparative status of credit operations of banks for 2014-2015.
c. To identify success factors and problem areas in the credit operations of banks.
d. To recommend courses of action for the improvement of credit operations in banks.

8. Workshop No. : RvW03/2016


a. Time : May 17, 2016
b. Review Team : 1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. D. R. Karmaker
3. Atul Chandra Pandit
4. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
5. Tahmina Rahman
6. Nur Al Faisal
7. Banker

TRADE SERVICES OPERATIONS OF BANKS

1. Title : Trade Services Operations of Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of Trade Services
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Broad Objectives of the Review Workshop Paper


a. To review overall activities of trade services operations of banks for the year 2015.
b. To examine the comparative status of trade services operations of Banks for 2014-2015.
c. To identify success factors and problem areas in the trade services operations of banks.
d. To recommend courses of action for the improvement of trade services operations in banks.

8. Workshop No. : RvW04/2016


a. Time : May 26, 2016
b. Review Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Antara Zareen
3. Tofayel Ahmed
4. Anisur Rahman, BB
5. Md. Mahbubur Rahman, IBBL
6. A.T.M. Nessarul Haque, MTBL

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IT OPERATIONS OF BANKS

1. Title : IT Operations of Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of IT Operations
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Broad Objectives of the Review Workshop Paper


a. To review overall activities of the IT operations of banks for the year 2015.
b. To examine the comparative status of IT operations of Banks for 2014-2015.
c. To identify success factors and problem areas in the IT operations of banks.
d. To recommend courses of action for the improvement of IT operations in banks.

8. Workshop No. : RvW05/2016


a. Time : June 02 , 2016
b. Review Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
3. Kaniz Rabbi
4. Banker

TREASURY OPERATIONS OF BANKS

1. Title : Treasury Operations of Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of Treasury Operations
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Broad Objectives of the Review Workshop Paper


a. To review overall activities of treasury operations of banks for the year 2015.
b. To examine the comparative status of treasury operations of Banks for 2014-2015.
c. To identify success factors and problem areas in the treasury operations of banks.
d. To recommend courses of action for the improvement of treasury operations in banks.

8. Workshop No. : RvW06/2016


a. Time : June 14, 2016
b. Review Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Md. Alamgir
3. Mehdi Zaman, EBL
4. Arequl Arefeen, BAL

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Review Workshops

ISLAMIC BANKING OPERATIONS OF BANKS

1. Title : Islamic Banking Operations of Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of Islamic Banking Operations
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Broad Objectives of the Review Workshop Paper


a. To review conceptual aspects of shariah-based banking.
b. To discuss islamic banking products and its operational procedure.
c. To examine regulatory aspects of Islamic banking shariah guidelines.
d. To identify success factors and problem areas of Islamic banking operations.
e. To recommend courses of action for the improvement of Islamic banking operations in
Bangladesh.

8. Workshop No. : RvW07/2016


a. Time : June 20, 2016
b. Review Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam
3. Md. Alamgir
4. Md. Saidur Rahman, SJIBL
5. Banker

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Research Workshops

NATURE AND MAGNITUDE OF ADVERSE SELECTION OF BANK BORROWERS:


BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE
1. Title : Nature and Magnitude of Adverse Selection of Bank Borrowers: Bangladesh
Perspective
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : AGM or equivalent Executive and above from the Concerned Department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion
7. Objectives of the Research Workshop Paper
a. To discuss the policy environment of borrower selection in banking sector of Bangladesh;
b. To examine the current practice of selecting bank borrower; and
To identify the nature and underlying reasons behind adverse selection problem
8. Workshop No. : RsW01/2016
a. Time : August 04, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Tahmina Rahman
3. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
4. Banker

CHALLENGES OF CORRESPONDENT BANKING RELATIONSHIP FOR BANKS OF


BANGLADESH
1. Title : Challenges of Correspondent Banking Relationship for Banks of Banglades
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : AGM or equivalent Executive and above from the Concerned Department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion
7. Objectives of the Research Workshop Paper
a. To study the conceptual aspects of and importance of correspondent banking in
international trade.
b. To understand regulatory perspectives of correspondent banking in global and
Bangladesh Perspective.
c. To study the impact of correspondent banking on OBUs and the challenges of newly
licensed commercial banks in Bangladesh.
d. To analyze the status and challenges in correspondent banking for the banks in
Bangladesh.
8. Workshop No. : RsW02/2016
a. Time : August 24, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Antara Zareen
3. Tofayel Ahmed
4. Pradip Paul, BB
5. A.T. M Nesarul Haque, MTBL
6. Md. Mazharul Hasan, SBAB

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Research Workshops

LOAN SYNDICATION IN BANGLADESH: STATUS AND CHALLENGES

1. Title : Loan Syndication in Bangladesh: Status and Challenges


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : AGM or equivalent Executive and above from the Concerned Department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Objectives of the Research Workshop Paper


a. To capture the process and practices related to loan syndication in Bangladesh.
b. To understand the status of syndicated loans extended by banks and NBFIs.
c. To identify the issues and challenges related to loan syndication in Bangladesh.

8. Workshop No. : RsW03/2016


a. Time : October 06, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Helal Ahmed Chowdhury
2. Atul Chandra Pandit
3. Md. Ruhul Amin
4. Md. Abdul Halim
5. Banker

ADDRESSING FINANCIAL CRIME IN THE BANKING SECTOR OF BANGLADESH

1. Title : Addressing Financial Crime in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : AGM or equivalent Executive and above from the Concerned Department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Objectives of the Research Workshop Paper


a. To understand nature, types and causes of financial crime in Bangladesh.
b. To review the regulatory framework for preventing financial crimes.
c. To identify the issues and challenges for addressing financial crime in the context of banks in
Bangladesh.

8. Workshop No. : RsW04/2016


a. Time : November 03, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam
3. Md. Nehal Ahmed
4. Atul Chandra Pandit

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HANDLING THE CHALLENGES OF IT RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANKS

1. Title : Handling the Challenges of IT Risk Management in Banks


2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : AGM or equivalent Executive and above from the Concerned Department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Objectives of the Research Workshop Paper


a. To detail out the existing practices of IT Risk Management in the banking sector
b. To find the gap of IT Risk Management in Banks in line with the best practices
a. To raise the issues about the effective handling of Challenges regarding IT Risk Management in
Banks.

8. Workshop No. : RsW05/2016


a. Time : November 10, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
3. Kaniz Rabbi
4. Omar F. Khandaker, EVP and Head of IT, Eastern Bank Ltd.

HOW TO INCORPORATE BIO-DIVERSITY ISSUES IN GREEN BANKING IN BANGLADESH?


(JOINT PROGRAM)

1. Title : How to Incorporate Bio-Diversity Issues in Green Banking in Bangladesh?


(Joint Program with POUSH Bangladesh)
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : AGM or equivalent Executive and above from the Concerned
Department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Panel Discussion and Open Discussion

7. Objectives of the Research Workshop Paper


a. To assess the relationship between corporate environment and bio diversity issues.
b. To explain the need of addressing biodiversity concept in green banking
c. To address the present status of biodiversity issues in Bangladesh
d. To formulate recommendation for incorporating biodiversity issues in green banking of
Bangladesh.

8. Workshop No. : RsW06/2016


a. Time : December 11, 2016
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Md. Shahid Ullah
3. Tahmina Rahman
4. Antara Zareen
5. Tofayel Ahmed

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Roundtable Discussion

BASEL III: PREPARATION OF BANKS IN BANGLADESH

1. Target Group : Senior Executives from Banks


2. Date : September 01, 2016
3. Methods : Key Note Paper Presentation and Open Discussion
4. Research Team : 1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Md. Nehal Ahmed
3. Md. Alamgir

INTERNET BANKING: BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES IN AN EMERGING ECONOMY

1. Target Group : Senior Executives from Banks


2. Date : October 13, 2016
3. Methods : Key Note Paper Presentation and Open Discussion
4. Research Team : 1. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
2. Tahmina Rahman
3. Banker

REDESIGNING OF LOAN PRODUCTS IN BANKS OF BANGLADESH

1. Target Group : Senior Executives from Banks


2. Date : June 06, 2016
3. Methods : Key Note Paper Presentation and Open Discussion
4. Research Team : 1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Md. Ruhul Amin
3. Banker

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Research Projects
Research Project No. 01

An Evaluation of Core Banking Software in Banks of Bangladesh


Research Team:
1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
3. Kaniz Rabbi

Research Project No. 02

Financial and Non-Financial Issues in Implementing PPP in Bangladesh: An Examination


of PPP Projects in Pipeline
Research Team:
1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Md. Ruhul Amin
3. A.K.M. Abdullah, Senior Financial Sector Specialist, South Asia Finance and Private Sector,
The World Bank
4. Banker
5. Banker
Research Project No. 03
Fund Transfer Pricing of Commercial Banks of Bangladesh: Status and Measures for
Implementing in Banks of Bangladesh
Research Team:
1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Abdul Halim
3. Banker
4. Banker

Research Project No. 04


Green Reporting Practices in Bangladeshi Banks (Joint Program)
To be Conducted Jointly by BIBM; Dhaka University; Aston University, UK; and University of Manchester,
UK.
Research Team:
1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Other members to be decided

Research Project No. 05


Impact of Adopting Basel Accord in the Banking Sector of Bangladesh
Research Team:
1. Sheikh Mozaffar Hossain
2. Md. Nehal Ahmed
3. Atul Chandra Pandit
4. Rahat Banu

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Research Project No. 06

Impact of Social Safety Net Programs on the Performance of SOCBs


Research Team:
1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
3. Rexona Yesmin
4. Banker

Research Project No. 07


Financial Inclusion and Shadow Banking (Joint Program with Bangladesh Bank)
Research Team:
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Members from Bangladesh Bank

Research Project No. 08

Should Disaster Risk be a Part of Environmental Risk in Banking? (Joint Program with
University of Dhaka)
Research Team:
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Members from BIBM and University of Dhaka

Research Project No. 09


The Impact of SME Financing on Banks Profitability: An Enquiry across Banks in
Bangladesh
Research Team:
1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
3. Md. Masudul Haque
4. Md. Ruhul Amin
5. Md. Sadrul Hasan, JD, SMESPD, BB

Research Consultancy

Green Banking for Energy Sustainable Economy (Joint Program with GIZ and SREDA)
Research Team:
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Md. Shahid Ullah
3. Tahmina Rahman
4. Antara Zareen

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National Seminar
1. Corporate Governance in Banks- Impact on Profitability
Research Team:
1. Sheikh Mozaffar Hossain, GM, BB
2. Md. Najir Hossain
3. Md. Abdul Halim
4. Rahat Banu
5. Banker
Time: November 17, 2016

2. Corporate Governance in Islamic Banks in Bangladesh: Issues and Challenges


Research Team:
1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Md. Alamgir
3. Nur Al Faisal
4. Md. Abdul Halim
3. Nahid Rahman, JD, BB
Time: October 20, 2016

3. Credit Risk of Banks in Bangladesh: Demand, Supply and Regulatory Perspective


Research Team:
1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Md. Nehal Ahmed
3. Atul Chandra Pandit
Time: April 28, 2016

4. Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Enhancement of


Business and Profitability of Banks
Research Team:
1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
3. Ms. Kaniz Rabbi
Time: December 18, 2016

5. Implication of Loan Rescheduling and Write-off on the Performance of Banks


Research Team:
1. S.A. Chowdhury
2. Md. Shahid Ullah
3. Md. Ruhul Amin
4. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
5. Tahmina Rahman
6. Anwar Faruq Talukder, SVP, EBL
Time: July 21, 2016

6. SME Finance and Inclusive Growth: Bangladesh Perspective


Research Team:
1. Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
2. Ashraf Al Mamun
3. Md. Masudul Haque
4. Md. Ruhul Amin
5. Dr. Md. Ezazul Islam, DGM, CEU, BB
Time: August 14, 2016

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Banking Conferences

ANNUAL BANKING CONFERENCE 2016

1. Target Group : An annual meeting of researchers, bank executives, academicians from different
universities and banking experts
2. Tentative Date : Last week of November, 2016
3. Methods : Presentation of Research Papers on Banking, Open Discussion and Panel
Discussion

ANNUAL CONFERENCE FOR THE CHIEF EXECUTIVES OF BANKS AND NON-BANK


FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 2016

1. Target Group : An annual meeting of Chief Executives of Banks and Non-Bank Financial
Institutions
2. Date : Last week of September, 2016
3. Methods : Presentation of Key Note Paper and Brain Storming
4. Moderator : K.I. Khaled

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GREEN BANKING FOR GREEN INDUSTRY AND GREEN


ECONOMY JOINTLY WITH RANI CHANNAMMA UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI, KARNATAKA,
INDIA (BIBM AS ASSOCIATE PARTNER)

1. Venue : Rani Channamma University, Belagavi, Karnataka, India


2. Date : February, 2016

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TITLED BANKTECHASIA ON RETAIL BANKING


TECHNOLOGY JOINTLY WITH KNOWLEDGE GROUP OF COMPANIES, MALAYSIA (BIBM AS
ASSOCIATE PARTNER)

1. Venue : Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lampur


2. Date : May, August, November, 2016

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Publications
1. A Review of the Financial Sector of Bangladesh (Bi-annual Publication)
Team Leader:
Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
Members:
1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Atul Chandra Pandit
3. Md. Shah Alam, Bangladesh Bank
4. One Member from IDRA/BIA
5. One Member from MRA
6. One Member from BSEC

2. Independent Review of Banking Sector of Bangladesh (Annual Publication)


Team Leader:
Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
Members:
1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Nehal Ahmed
3. Atul Chandra Pandit

3. Independent Review of Non-Bank Financial Sector of Bangladesh (Annual Publication)


Team Leader:
Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
Members:
1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Mohammed Sohail Mustafa
3. Md. Alamgir
4. Md. Ruhul Amin
5. Tahmina Rahman

4. Banking Review Series


A compilation of the Keynote Papers of the review workshops

5. Banking Research Series


A compilation of the Keynote Papers of the research workshops

6. Proceedings of Annual Banking Conference


A compilation of all Research Papers presented in the conference and the proceedings of the conference

7. Proceedings of Conferences of CEOs


Annual Conference for the Chief Executives of Banks

8. Research Monograph
A publication of the research reports of the completed research projects

9. A Compilation of the Speeches of Policy Makers


10. Bank Parikrama-A Journal of Banking and Finance
11. BIBM Bulletin

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Dhaka School of Bank Management (DSBM)

Masters in Bank Management (MBM) Program


Masters in Bank Management (MBM), introduced in 1997, is a two-year full time day program. After
successful competition of the first 16th batch of MBM program under the affiliation of the national
University, the program has been affiliated with the Dhaka University in 2012. As a requirement of
affiliation under Dhaka University, BIBM has created Dhaka School of Bank Management (DSBM) for
smooth running of the MBM program. The program consists of six terms. Each term has duration of four
months. The objective of the MBM program is to develop the skills and analytical abilities needed for the
efficient handling of affairs of banks and financial institutions. The program also aims to instill innovation,
judgment and creativity among the students.

A graduate with at least sixteen years of schooling in any field of study with minimum one first
division/class and no third division/ class in any certificate /degree examination is eligible to apply. Officers
from member banks and financial institutions duly nominated by the authorities may also apply. Eighty
students are selected in each batch through Written Test and Viva-Voce.

The MBM program constitutes course work of 66 credit hours. A student shall have to complete twenty
courses (3 credit hours for each course). In addition, every student must write a dissertation (in the 2nd year)
weighing 3 credit hours and appear at four viva-voce (at the end of I, II, IV and V terms) weighing 3 credit
hours. The MBM program has earned a very good reputation in Bangladesh and abroad. Almost all the
graduates of MBM program have been absorbed in different banks and financial institutions.

Masters in Bank Management-Evening (MBM-Evening) Program


BIBM has introduced Masters in Bank Management-Evening (MBM-Evening) program, mainly for the
professional bankers in 2006. After successful competition of the first 6th batch of MBM program under the
affiliation of the national University, the program has been affiliated with the Dhaka University in 2012.
MBM-Evening program is also run by DSBM. The program consists of seven terms. Each term has duration
of four months.

A graduate with at least sixteen years of schooling in any field of study with no third division or class in any
certificate /degree examination is eligible to apply for admission to the MBM-Evening program. The course
curriculum and regulation of MBM-Evening program is identical to that of MBM program.

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Terms and Courses of MBM Program

FIRST YEAR CODE COURSE TITLE


TERM-I : 501 Introduction to Business
(January - April) 502 Business Communication
503 Business Mathematics
504 Financial and Managerial Accounting
Viva - Voce
TERM-II : 505 Fundamentals of Management
(May - August) 506 Managerial Economics
507 Business Statistics
508 Marketing Management
TERM-III : 509 Financial Management
(September - December) 510 Principles and Practices of Banking
601 Commercial Bank Management
602 Project Appraisal and Management
Viva - Voce

SECOND YEAR CODE COURSE TITLE


TERM-IV : 603 Investment and Merchant Banking
(January - April) 604 International Trade Payment and Finance
605 Central Banking, Regulations and Supervision
606 Risk Management in Banking
Viva Voce
TERM-V : 607 Strategic Management
(May - August) * Elective Course
* Elective Course
* Elective Course
Viva Voce
TERM-VI : Internship in Banks
(September - December) Dissertation
Elective Courses * For selection of the elective courses in the fifth term, one may
choose any three of the following elective courses:
608 Bank Marketing
609 E-Banking and Management Information System
610 International Financial Management
611 Organizational Behavior
612 Human Resource Management
613 Business Research Methodology
614 Banking Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
615 Entrepreneurship Development
616 Islamic Banking and Finance
617 Management of Financial Institutions
618 Micro Finance and Rural Banking
619 Financial Derivative and Risk Management
620 Cases in Banking
*Subject to change

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Terms and Courses of MBM-Evening Program

FIRST YEAR CODE COURSE TITLE


TERM-I : 501 Introduction to Business
(July-October) 502 Business Communication
503 Business Mathematics
Viva Voce
TERM-II : 504 Financial and Managerial Accounting
(November-February) 505 Fundamentals of Management
506 Managerial Economics
TERM-III : 507 Business Statistics
(March-June) 508 Marketing Management
509 Financial Management
Viva Voce

SECOND YEAR CODE COURSE TITLE


TERM-IV : 510 Principles and Practices of Banking
(July-October) 601 Commercial Bank Management
602 Project Appraisal and Management
Viva Voce
TERM-V : 603 Investment and Merchant Banking
(November-February) 604 International Trade Payment and Finance
605 Central Banking, Regulations and Supervision
Viva Voce
TERM-VI : 606 Risk Management in Banking
(March-June) 607 Strategic Management
* Elective Course

THIRD YEAR CODE COURSE TITLE


TERM-VII : * Elective Course
(July-October) * Elective Course
* Dissertation
Elective Courses For selection of the elective courses in the seventh term, one may
choose any three of the following elective courses:
608 Bank Marketing
609 E-Banking and Management Information System
610 International Financial Management
611 Organizational Behavior
612 Human Resource Management
613 Business Research Methodology
614 Banking Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
615 Entrepreneurship Development
616 Islamic Banking and Finance
617 Management of Financial Institutions
618 Micro Finance and Rural Banking
619 Financial Derivative and Risk Management
620 Cases in Banking
*Subject to change

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Lecture Program
SIXTEENTH NURUL MATIN MEMORIAL LECTURE ON ETHICS IN BANKING

1. Title : Sixteenth Nurul Matin Memorial Lecture on Ethics in Banking


2. Resource Person : To be decided
3. Target Group : Top Management of Banks and Financial Institutions, Elites of the
Society
4. Date : To be decided

Faculty Symposium
Faculty Symposium 01
Date: March, 2016
Content: Proposal Presentation of Research Workshops and Research Projects of 2016.

Faculty Symposium 02
Date: December, 2016
Content: Draft Report Presentation of Research Projects of 2016.

BIBM Research Almanac 2016

Date: November, 2016


Content: Findings of the research conducted in 2015 will be presented.

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Online Nomination Process

Online Nomination Process


Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM) started online nomination system since March 2011. As
per the system, BIBM asks for online nominations through its website (http://www.bibm.org.bd) from the
member banks for its Training Courses, Training Workshops and Research Workshops. Member banks are
required to nominate their participants by filling up a form through the BIBM website List of participants of
each program is finalized and disseminated by BIBM through the same website. The system is expected to
ensure efficient, smooth and transparent management of nomination process.

Following steps are to be followed for online nomination:

Log on to http://www.bibm.org.bd

1. BIBM web home page will appear like figure 1.0. Click Nomination for Training at the Right Side of
home page. Marked by Red Circle to Move Courses for Nomination.

Figure 1.0

2. Then you can see a page showing on figure-1.1. Enter Your Valid Username and Password to login and
Press Login Now button to Access Control Panel of BIBM for members.

Figure 1.1

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3. After successful login you can see this page (Figure 1.2). Your own Bank window for nomination will
appear. On Left Side Click View Courses for Nomination to Add Your Participant for Nomination
Your Selected Training Courses/ Training Workshop.

Figure 1.2

4. Here you will get all latest courses/ workshops list which are ready for application (Figure 1.4). Click
Add Participant from Right Side Following figure is Dashboard.

Figure 1.3

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5. Add Participant Window will appears (Figure 1.5) and fills up the form and click Add Participant.
After submission participant will get an email.

Figure 1.4

6. After filling-up the above form you may view the participant list by clicking View Nominated
Participants button from left panel and Select Course/ Workshop from Pull down Menu and Click
Submit Inquiry Button like Figure 1.5.

Figure 1.5

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7. Finally if you want to edit you have to click Edit (any information can be deleted or changed before
final submission). For final submission, click Final Selection. Now final submission is done and no
change or deletion is possible.

Figure 1.6

8. After completing all tasks please Click Log Off. (Figure 1.7)

Figure 1.7

----------Thank You----------

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