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Academic Calendar 2011

BANGLADESH INSTITUTE OF BANK MANAGEMENT


PLOT NO. 4, MAIN ROAD NO. 1 (SOUTH), SECTION NO. 2, MIRPUR, DHAKA-1216, BANGLADESH
Contact Information

Director General : 9010266, 8014394


Director (Training) : 9007768
Director (RD&C) : 8051368
Director (CPGS) : 9002369
Director (EMBM) : 9002368
Administrative Officer : 9002370
PS to DG : 8014394
Public Relations : 9004981
Hostel : 9001600
PABX : 9003031-5, 9003051-2
Fax : 88-02-9006756
E-mail : office@bibm.org.bd
Web : www.bibm.org.bd

Academic Calendar Committee


Advisor : Dr. Toufic Ahmad Choudhury, Director General
Chairman : Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib, Associate Professor & Director (Training)
Members : Md. Nehal Ahmed, Assistant Professor
Tanweer Mehdee, Assistant Professor
Mahmood-ur-Rahman, Lecturer
Tahmina Rahman, Lecturer
Member-Secretary : Atul Chandra Pandit, Lecturer

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Preface

T he need for a national level training institute was keenly felt in the early seventies
to cater to the management training needs of the banking sector.
The birth of the Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM) was a sine qua non
for the development of human resources of the banking institutions at that time. 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 line with these reforms, the
banking institutions have been adopting new strategies and methods for improving their
services. BIBM is also keeping pace by putting up its best efforts to respond to the need
for capacity-building of bank officials for implementation of the reform measures.
Meanwhile, the banking sector of Bangladesh demanded upgradation of capabilities of
managerial-level officials as the banks expanded their horizon of operations. In line
with that scenario, BIBM regularly updates its training areas, contents and methods.

In 1997, BIBM entered into education program offering a post-graduate program in


bank management - Masters in Bank Management (MBM). Initially, the program was
conducted during day time. Later on, responding to the demand from in-service
professionals, an evening MBM program was launched. 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 a journal and a bulletin on a regular basis. The institute also
provides support in recruiting bank officials. Since inception till December, 2010
BIBM trained a total of 62,387 officers of banks and financial institutions. Further, 523
MBM graduates passed out from BIBM during the period 1996- 2010 and almost all of
them have joined the banking profession. Besides, 55 Evening MBM graduates passed
out from BIBM since inception in 2006.

In the process of preparing the academic calendar, training courses, training


workshops, research workshops, and research projects, etc. of the coming year are
identified by an Academic Calendar Committee with the support of BIBM faculties.
Then a draft is finalized in a Review Meeting with the participation of
representatives from 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.
Following the same process, the Academic Calendar of BIBM for the year 2011 was
approved by the Governing Board for implementation over the year. 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.

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Contents
Title Page No.
General Information 1
Summarized Statement of Academic Calendar 2011 7
Training Courses
Advanced Credit Management 20
Agricultural and Rural Banking 21
Asset-Liability Management in Banks 22
Bank Management for Senior Executives 23
Bank Marketing, Branding and Relationship Banking 24
Branch Management 25
Computer Network Administration and Setup with Windows OS 26
Computer Spreadsheet Analysis in Banking Operation 27
Credit Appraisal and Management 28
Database Query using Oracle SQL 9i 29
Entrepreneurship Development and SME Business 30
Financial Analysis for Bankers 31
Financing Agro-based Business 32
Financing PPP Projects 33
Foreign Exchange and Money Market Products 34
Green Banking 35
Human Resource Management 36
Internal Control Mechanism and Bank Supervision 37
International Trade Payment and Finance 38
Investment and Merchant Banking 39
Islamic Banking and Finance 40
IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks 41
Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills 42
Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit 43
Micro and Small Enterprise Financing 44
Oracle Database Design and Programming 45
Prevention of Malpractices in Banks 46
Risk Management and Capital Adequacy 47
Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks 48
Structured Finance 49
Training of Trainers’ 50
Windows Network Security Management, Data Backup and System Recovery 51
Outreach Training Courses
Banking Laws and Regulations 52
Credit Appraisal and Management 53
Financing Agro-based Business 54
ICT for Banking Business Enhancement 55
International Trade Payment and Finance 56
Micro and Small Enterprise Financing 57

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Title Page No.


Special Training Program
Women Entrepreneurship Development: How to Develop Bankable Projects 58

Training Workshops
Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market 59
Bank Restructuring 60
Basel-II and Emerging Issues 61
Basel-II: Financial Stability and Stress Testing 62
Basel-II: Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process 63
Behavior, Work Environment and Job Performance 64
Bond Market Operations in Bangladesh 65
Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility 66
Credit Risk Grading 67
E-Commerce, E-Banking and Online MIS 68
Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing 69
Financing Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnership 70
Green Banking 71
ICC Publications for Trade Facilitation 72
Information System Audit and Risk Management in E-Banking 73
Integrated Treasury Management 74
Investment and Foreign Exchange Operations under Islamic Banking 75
Legal Aspects of Securities and Documentation 76
Management of Non-performing Loans and Recovery Strategies 77
Managing Risk in Agro-Sector Financing 78
Micro Finance and Financial Inclusion 79
Migration and Remittance Issues 80
Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing 81
Problem Solving Tools and Management Decisions 82
Retail Banking and Consumer Financing 83
Risk Based Internal Audit and Supervision 84
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 85
Strategic Management in Banks 86
Stress Management and Counseling 87
Sustainable Banking 88
UCPDC-600 and other ICC Publications 89

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Contents

Title Page No.


International Training Workshop
International Trade Payment and Finance 90

Research Workshops
An Evaluation of the Operations of Trade Payment Methods in Bangladesh 91
An Impact Evaluation of Green Initiatives of Bangladesh Bank 92
Disclosure Requirements of Banks: Bangladesh Perspective 93
Financing PPP Projects: Banks Initiatives 93
Implementation Status of BASEL II: Bangladesh Perspective 94
Implication of the Legal Framework Guiding Loan Recovery 94
Mobile Banking in Bangladesh 95
Risk Assessment of Bank’s Involvement in the Capital Market: Bangladesh Perspective 95

Lecture Program
Eleventh Nurul Matin Memorial Lecture on “Ethics in Banking” 96

Post Graduate Degree Programs


Masters in Bank Management (MBM) 97
Evening Masters in Bank Management (EMBM) 98

Research Projects 99

Yearly Publication
Independent Review of Financial Sector of Bangladesh 100

Faculty Symposium 101

Online Nomination Process 102

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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 Member B. Associate Member
01. Bangladesh Bank 01. The City Bank Limited
02. Sonali Bank Limited 02. ICB Islamic Bank Limited
03. Janata Bank Limited 03. State Bank of India
04. Agrani Bank Limited 04. Habib Bank Limited
05. Rupali Bank Limited 05. Prime Bank Limited
06. Pubali Bank Limited 06. Dhaka Bank Limited
07. Uttara Bank Limited 07. Investment Corporation of Bangladesh
08. Bangladesh Krishi Bank 08. Bangladesh Commerce Bank Limited
09. Bangladesh Development Bank Limited 09. BRAC Bank Limited
10. AB Bank Limited 10. The Premier Bank Limited
11. National Bank Limited 11. Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited
12. Eastern Bank Limited 12. Karmasangsthan Bank
13. United Commercial Bank Limited 13. WOORI Bank
14. Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited 14. Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC
15. IFIC Bank Limited 15. Bank Alfalah Limited
16. Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan 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

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GOVERNING BOARD
Chairman: Governor, Bangladesh Bank
Members:
01. Deputy Governors, Bangladesh Bank
02. Managing Director & CEO, Sonali Bank Limited
03. CEO & Managing Director, Janata Bank Limited
04. Managing Director & CEO, Agrani Bank Limited
05. Managing Director, Rupali Bank Limited
06. Managing Director & CEO, Pubali Bank Limited
07. Managing Director & CEO, Uttara Bank Limited
08. Managing Director, Bangladesh Krishi Bank
09. Managing Director, Bangladesh Development Bank Limited
10. President & Managing Director, AB Bank Limited
11. Managing Director & CEO, National Bank Limited
12. Managing Director & CEO, Eastern Bank Limited
13. Managing Director, United Commercial Bank Limited
14. Managing Director, Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited
15. Managing Director, IFIC Bank Limited
16. Managing Director, Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank
17. Chief Executive Officer, Standard Chartered Bank
18. Managing Director, Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited
19. Managing Director & CEO, Mercantile Bank Limited
20. Managing Director, ONE Bank Limited
21. Managing Director, Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited
22. Managing Director & CEO, National Credit and Commerce Bank Limited
23. Managing Director, Trust Bank Limited
24. Managing Director, Southeast Bank Limited
25. Managing Director, Social Islami Bank Limited
26. Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
27. Managing Director & CEO, Standard Bank Limited
28. Managing Director & CEO, Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Limited
29. Managing Director & CEO, Mutual Trust Bank Limited
30. Managing Director, BASIC Bank Limited
31. Managing Director, Jamuna Bank Limited
32. President & Managing Director, Bank Asia Limited
33. Managing Director, First Security Islami Bank Limited
34. Professor Dr. Iftekhar Ghani Chowdhury, Vice Chancellor, State University of Bangladesh
Member-Secretary: Director General, BIBM

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Chairman: Deputy Governor, Bangladesh Bank
Members:
1. Managing Director & CEO, Sonali Bank Limited
2. Managing Director & CEO, Eastern Bank Limited
3. Managing Director, IFIC Bank Limited
4. Managing Director, Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank
5. Professor Dr. Iftekhar Ghani Chowdhury, Vice Chancellor, State University of Bangladesh
Member-Secretary: Director General, BIBM

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DIRECTOR GENERAL
Dr. Toufic Ahmad Choudhury
Professor
B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc.
Ph.D (Economics, India)
DIRECTORS
Abdul Jalil Choudhury Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
Associate Professor Associate Professor
Director (Evening Masters in Bank Management) Director (Training)
B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Soil Science) &
MBA (Finance), DCA (BIBM) Director (Research), Additional Charge
B.A. (Hons.), M.A. (Economics)
Ph.D (International Finance, India)
PDF (Green Banking, USA)
Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
Associate Professor
Director (Center for Post Graduate Studies)
B.S.S. (Hons.), M.S.S. (Economics)
M.A. (Economics, Japan), DCA (BIBM)
FACULTY MEMBERS
Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid Dr. Prashanta Kumar Banerjee
Senior Associate Professor Senior Associate Professor
B.A. (Hons.), M.A. (Economics) B.Com. (Hons.), M.Com. (Accounting)
M.D.S., (The Netherlands) Ph.D (Finance, India), PDF (USA)
(on Extra Ordinary leave)

Fahmida Chowdhury Md. Shihab Uddin Khan


Associate Professor Associate Professor
B.Com. (Hons.), M.Com. (Management) B.Sc (Hons.), Applied Physics & Electronics,
M.Sc. (Computer Science, DU), MCP

Ashraf Al Mamun Md. Nehal Ahmed


Associate Professor Assistant Professor
MBA(Mgt.), MPP(GRIPS, Japan) B.Sc (Hons.), M.Sc. (Statistics, DU)
M.Com(Mgt.) MBA (Finance, DU)

Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Kaniz Rabbi


Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Statistics, DU) B.Sc. (Hons.), Applied Physics & Electronics,
PGDICT (BUET) M.Sc. (Computer Science, DU)

Tanweer Mehdee Md. Alamgir


Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
BSS (Hons.), MSS (Economics) B.Sc. Civil Engineering (BUET),
MBA (Finance, IBA), MBM (BIBM), DAIBB

Mohammad Tazul Islam Md. Masudul Haque


Assistant Professor Lecturer
BBA, MBA (Management) B.Com (Hons.), M.Com (Management), DAIBB

Mohammad Shafiullah Md. Mahabbat Hossain


Lecturer Lecturer
BBA, MBA (Finance, DU) BBA, MBA (Accounting)

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Atul Chandra Pandit Kazi Baha Uddin


Lecturer Lecturer
BBA, MBA (Accounting & IS) B.Sc. (Hons.) M.Sc. (Computer Science)
(on Study leave)
Md. Mosharref Hossain A.N.K. Mizan
Lecturer Lecturer
BBA (Finance & Banking), MBA (Finance) BBA, MBA (Finance & Banking)

Md. Shahid Ullah Md. Ruhul Amin


Lecturer Lecturer
BBA, MBA (Accounting & IS) BBA (Finance & Banking), MBA (Finance)
Mahmood-ur-Rahman Md. Zakir Hossain
Lecturer Lecturer
BSS (Hons.), MSS (Economics) BBA, MBA (Finance & Banking)

Tahmina Rahman Maksuda Khatun


Lecturer Lecturer
BBA (Finance & Banking), MBA (Finance) BBA, MBA (Accounting & IS)

Rexona Yesmin Antara Zareen


Lecturer Lecturer
BBA, MBA (Marketing) BSS (Hons), MSS(Economics), MBM

SUPERNUMERARY PROFESSOR
Dr. Bandana Saha
B.A. (Hons.) M.S.
Ph.D (Economics, U.S.S.R.)

FACULTY MEMBERS ON CONTRACT/ DEPUTATION


Syed Ahmed Khan Abed Ali
Faculty Member (on Contract) Faculty Member (on Contract)
Former GM, Bangladesh Bank Former GM, Bangladesh Bank
B.A. (Hons.), M.A. (Economics) B.Com. (Hons.), M.Com. (Management)
M.A (Banking & Finance, UK)

Sk. Nazibul Islam Quazi Golam Morshed Farooqi


Faculty Member (on Deputation) Faculty Member (on Contract)
Assistant General Manager Former SVP, The Premier Bank Ltd.
Bangladesh Krishi Bank B.A. (Hons.), M.A. (Economics)
B.Com (Hons), M.Com (Management) PGDIM (BIM)
DAIBB

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ADMINISTRATION
Administrative Officer: Sharmina Nargish, B.A. (Hons.), M.A. (Mass Communication and Journalism)
Asstt. Administrative Officer: Dipa Roy, B.S.S. (Hons.), M.S.S. (Economics.), PGDPM
Asstt. Administrative Officer: Khalid Hossain Mia, M.A., PGDPM
Engineer: Md. Abdul Aziz, B.A., Diploma in Engineering (Civil)

DG SECTION
P.S. to Director General: Syed Nurul Haque, B.Com.
Evaluation/Documentation Officer: Sheikh Muhammad Anwar Hossain, B.A.(Pass), M.A.

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

LIBRARY
Librarian: Sufia Khatun, M.A. (Library & Information Science), M.Sc. (Geography)
Assistant Librarian: Numaira Afrin, B.Com (Hons), M.Com (Mkt.), DLIS

PUBLIC RELATIONS
Officer, Publications-Cum-Public Relations: Md. Golam Quader, B.A.

HOSTEL
Hostel Superintendent: Md. Abdul Mannan, B.Com.
Physician: Dr. Md. Saidul Islam, MBBS

TRAINING
Training Officer: Sujan Kumar Ghosh, B.S.S. (Economics)

RESEARCH
Research Officer: Papon Tabassum, B.S.S. (Economics)

CPGS
Asstt. Program Officer (MBM): Md. Golam Kabir, M.Com.(Mgt.), LL.B
Asstt. Program Officer (EMBM): A.N.M. Wahid Mondol, M.A. (Philosophy)

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ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE

(a) To organize and conduct training courses, training workshops, research workshops, roundtable
discussions, lecture program, seminars for mid and senior level officers of member banks and
financial institutions and hold top management conferences on various issues relating to bank
management.
(b) To conduct post graduate degree program for meeting the changing needs of banking sector.
(c) To undertake research on banking and allied fields; and
(d) To provide consultancy services to banks/financial institutions and other organizations-national
and international, on request.
OFFICERS TRAINED
Year No. of Officers Year No. of Officers
1974 258 1993 1902
1975 517 1994 1499
1976 520 1995 1482
1977 580 1996 1514
1978 620 1997 1464
1979 712 1998 1340
1980 1198 1999 1604
1981 1030 2000 2176
1982 915 2001 1938
1983 817 2002 2124
1984 1170 2003 2781
1985 1259 2004 2705
1986 1234 2005 2433
1987 892 2006 3651
1988 757 2007 3989
1989 1241 2008 3632
1990 1407 2009 4250
1991 2067 2010 2632
1992 2077

PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTITUTE


I. QUARTERLY JOURNAL
BANK PARIKRAMA - A JOURNAL OF BANKING AND FINANCE
II. QUARTERLY PERIODICAL
BIBM BULLETIN
HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION
The Institute has a six-storied hostel building with an accommodation capacity of 150 bank officers and MBM
students. It has a separate female block.
LIBRARY BOOKS AND JOURNALS
There are about 24,000 books in the library and the Institute subscribes to about 200 domestic and foreign journals
and magazines.

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Summarized Statement of Academic Calendar 2011


A. TRAINING COURSES
Sl. Title Frequency Duration
1. Advanced Credit Management 1 5
2. Agricultural and Rural Banking 2 5
3. Asset-Liability Management in Banks 4 5
4. Bank Management for Senior Executives 1 10
5. Bank Marketing, Branding and Relationship Banking 1 4
6. Branch Management 2 7
7. Computer Network Administration and Setup with Windows OS 1 5
8. Computer Spreadsheet Analysis in Banking Operation 2 5
9. Credit Appraisal and Management 2 10
10. Database Query using Oracle SQL 9i 1 5
11. Entrepreneurship Development and SME Business 1 4
12. Financial Analysis for Bankers 2 8
13. Financing Agro-based Business 1 4
14. Financing PPP Projects 1 4
15. Foreign Exchange and Money Market Products 2 5
16. Green Banking 1 4
17. Human Resource Management 1 5
18. Internal Control Mechanism and Bank Supervision 2 4
19. International Trade Payment and Finance 3 8
20. Investment and Merchant Banking 1 5
21. Islamic Banking and Finance 1 5
22. IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks 1 4
23. Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills 1 5
24. Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit 2 5
25. Micro and Small Enterprise Financing 2 5
26. Oracle Database Design and Programming 1 8
27. Prevention of Malpractices in Banks 1 4
28. Risk Management and Capital Adequacy 2 5
29. Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks 1 4
30. Structured Finance 1 4
31. Training of Trainers’ 1 5
32. Windows Network Security Management, Data Backup and System
1 5
Recovery
Total 47

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B. OUTREACH TRAINING COURSES


Sl. Title Venue Frequency Duration
1. Banking Laws and Regulations Rangpur 1 5
2. Credit Appraisal and Management Sylhet 1 5
3. Financing Agro-based Business Rajshahi 1 5
4. ICT for Banking Business Enhancement Khulna 1 5
5. International Trade Payment and Finance Chittagong 1 5
6. Micro and Small Enterprise Financing Barisal 1 5
Total 6
C. SPECIAL TRAINING PROGRAM
Sl. Title Frequency Duration
1. Women Entrepreneurship Development: How to Develop Bankable
2 3
Projects

D. TRAINING WORKSHOPS
Sl. Title Frequency Duration
1. Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market 1 2
2. Bank Restructuring 1 2
3. Basel II and Emerging Issues 1 3
4. Basel II: Financial Stability and Stress Testing 2 2
5. Basel II: Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process 2 2
6. Behavior, Work Environment and Job Performance 1 2
7. Bond Market Operations in Bangladesh 1 2
8. Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility 1 2
9. Credit Risk Grading 1 3
10. E-Commerce, E-Banking and Online MIS 1 3
11. Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing 1 3
12. Financing Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnership 1 2
13. Green Banking 1 2
14. ICC Publications for Trade Facilitation 1 3
15. Information System Audit and Risk Management in E- Banking 1 3
16. Integrated Treasury Management 1 2
17. Investment and Foreign Exchange Operations Under Islamic Banking 1 2
18. Legal Aspects of Securities and Documentation 1 3
19. Management of Non-performing Loans and Recovery Strategies 1 2
20. Managing Risk in Agro-Sector Financing 1 2
21. Micro Finance and Financial Inclusion 1 2
22. Migration and Remittance Issues 1 2
23. Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing 1 2
24. Problem Solving Tools and Management Decisions 1 2
25. Retail Banking and Consumer Financing 1 2
26. Risk Based Internal Audit and Supervision 1 2
27. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 1 2

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Sl. Title Frequency Duration


28. Strategic Management in Banks 1 2
29. Stress Management and Counseling 1 2
30. Sustainable Banking 1 3
31. UCPDC-600 and other ICC Publications 1 3
Total 34

E. INTERNATIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOP


Sl. Title Frequency Duration
1. International Trade Payment and Finance 1 4

F. RESEARCH WORKSHOPS
Sl. Title Frequency Duration
An Evaluation of the Operations of Trade Payment Methods in
1. 1 1
Bangladesh
2. An Impact Evaluation of Green Initiatives of Bangladesh Bank 1 1
3. Disclosure Requirements of Banks: Bangladesh Perspective 1 1
4. Financing PPP Projects: Banks Initiatives 1 1
5. Implementation Status of BASEL II: Bangladesh Perspective 1 1
6. Implication of the Legal Framework Guiding Loan Recovery 1 1
7. Mobile Banking in Bangladesh 1 1
Risk Assessment of Bank’s Involvement in the Capital Market:
8. 1 1
Bangladesh Perspective
Total 8
G. LECTURE PROGRAM
Eleventh Nurul Matin Memorial Lecture on “ Ethics in Banking”

H. RESEARCH PROJECTS
1.A Study on the Competitiveness of the Banking Industry in Bangladesh
2.A Survey on the Potentials of Commodity Market Development in Bangladesh
3.Inclusive Banking and Inclusive Growth: Bangladesh Perspective
4.Information System Security in Banks: Bangladesh Perspective
5.Innovations in Rural Banking: Farmers Accounts and Sharecropper Financing
6.Role of Banks in Women Entrepreneurship Development in Bangladesh
7.SME Financing: Demand side Problems and Supply side Responses
8.SME Credit Risk Model

I. PUBLICATIONS
1.Independent Review of Financial Sector of Bangladesh
2.A Compilation on Banking Innovation

J. ON-GOING CONSULTANCY PROJECTS


1.Establishment of Afghan Institute of Banking and Finance (Sponsored by World Bank)
2.Training Tool-kit for Bankers "Improving Banking Facilities and Building Capacity of Banker
and Government Officials" (Sponsored by International Organization of Migration)

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MASTERS IN BANK MANAGEMENT (MBM) PROGRAM

Introduced in 1997, the Masters in Bank Management (affiliated with National University) is a two year
full time day program consisting of 6 (six) terms. Each term has duration of 4 (four) months.

The objective of the MBM program is to equip the students to develop the skills and analytical abilities
needed for the efficient handling of affairs of banks and financial institutions. Instilling a purpose of
innovation, judgment, creativity among the students is also a motto of the program.

A graduate in any field of study with minimum one first division or class and no third division or 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. A total of 60 students are selected on merit
basis through an admission test.

The MBM program constitutes course work of 72 credit hours, that is, a student shall have to complete
twenty-four courses (3 credit hours for each course). In addition, every student must write a project
nd
paper (in the 2 year) weighing 6 credit hours and appear for four viva-voce examinations (at the end of
I, II, IV and V terms) weighing in total 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.

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EVENING MASTERS IN BANK MANAGEMENT (EMBM) PROGRAM

BIBM has also introduced one Evening Masters in Bank Management (EMBM) program, mainly for the
professional bankers from July 2006. The EMBM degree is a two year and eight months program
consisting of eight terms.

A graduate in any field of study with no third division or class in any certificate /degree examination is
eligible to apply for admission to the EMBM program. A total of 50 students are selected on merit basis
through an admission test.

The EMBM program constitutes course work of 72 credit hours, that is, a student shall have to complete
24 courses (3 credit hours for each course). In each term, a student is required to take three courses as
prescribed by the authority. In addition, every student must write a project paper (in the last term)
weighing 3 credit hours and appear for four viva voce examinations (at the end of II, IV, VI and VII
terms) weighing in total 3 credit hours.

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TRAINING COURSE SCHEDULE 2011


Course Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. CSABO 5 9
2. F AgB 4 10
3. FAB 8 16
4. BM 7 17
5. ALMB 5 30
6. MSEF 5 30
7. Ag RB 5 6
8. ITPF 8 6
9. CAM 10 27
10. HRM 5 27
11. CNASWOS 5 6
12. PMB 4 13
13. FEMMP 5 20
14. IBF 5 27
15. RMCA 5 27
16. FPPPP 4 10
17. ICMBS 4 10
18. ACM 5 17
19. DQSQL9i 5 17
20. IMB 5 24
21. BMBRB 4 2
22. EDSMEB 4 2
23. ALMB 5 8
24. LTBNS 5 8
25. ITSFPB 4 15
26. LAGBC 5 22
27. BMSE 10 29
28. ODDP 8 5
29. GB 4 13
30. FAB 8 11
31. ITPF 8 11
32. Ag RB 5 24
33. SHRMB 4 1
34. ALMB 5 7
35. CAM 10 11
36. WNSMDBSR 5 11
37. BM 7 18
38. SF 4 2
39. ICMBS 5 9
40. RMCA 5 9
41. FEMMP 4 16
42. MSEF 5 23
43. ITPF 8 15
44. ALMB 5 20
45. LAGBC 5 27
46. TOT 5 27
47. CSABO 5 11

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OUTREACH TRAINING COURSE SCHEDULE 2011


Course Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. BLR 5 6 Rangpur
2. CAM 5 20 Sylhet
3. FAgB 5 5 Rajshahi
4. ITPF 5 18 Chittagong
5. ICTBBE 5 16 Khulna
6. MSEF 5 20 Barisal

SPECIAL TRAINING PROGRAM SCHEDULE 2011


Workshop Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. WEDHBP 3 5
2. WEDHBP 3 20

TRAINING WORKSHOP SCHEDULE 2011


Workshop Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. PMLTF 2 12
2. BMOB 2 19
3. BWEJP 2 26
4. MRI 2 26
5. RBCF 2 2
6. CGCSR 2 9
7. FLVF 3 13
8. EEOMIS 3 22
9. SB 3 22
10. IFEOUIB 2 9
11. B-II EI 3 14
12. Ag FCM 2 15
13. SMC 2 23
14. CRG 3 29
15. GB 2 6
16. ICCPTF 3 19
17. B-II SREP 2 27
18. MRAgSF 2 4
19. BR 2 11
20. ITM 2 25
21. B-II FSST 2 1
22. SMB 2 15
23. ISARMEB 3 12
24. MFFI 2 27
25. RBIAS 3 3
26. LASD 3 16
27. B-II SREP 2 17
28. SAPM 2 25
29. MNPLRS 2 4
30. PSTMD 2 12
31. GB 2 19
32. FIPPP 2 23
33. UCPDC ICCP 3 23
34. B-II FSST 2 16

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INTERNATIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOP SCHEDULE 2011


Course Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. ITPF 4 12

RESEARCH WORKSHOP SCHEDULE 2011


Workshop Working
Title Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
No. Days
1. ILFGLR 1 19
2. AIEGIBB 1 10
3. FPPPPBI 1 31
4. DRB 1 27
5. ISB-IIBP 1 27
6. AEOTPMB 1 17
7. MBB 1 27
8. RABICM BP 1 11

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Training Courses and Coordinators - 2011


Duration
Title Freq. Course No. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
(w/d)
1. Advanced Credit Management 1 5 TC18/2011 April 17-21 Sk. Nazibul Islam A.N.K. Mizan
TC07/2011 Feb 06-10 Sk. Nazibul Islam Md. Mahabbat Hossain
2. Agricultural and Rural Banking 2 5
TC32/2011 July 24-28 A.N.K. Mizan Md. Mahabbat Hossain
TC05/2011 Jan 30 - Feb 03 Md. Alamgir Mohammad Shafiullah
TC23/2011 May 08-12 Md. Nehal Ahmed Md. Zakir Hossain
3. Asset-Liability Management in Banks 4 5
TC34/2011 Aug 07-11 Atul Chandra Pandit Md. Ruhul Amin
TC44/2011 Nov 20-24 Md. Alamgir Md. Mosharref Hossain
4. Bank Management for Senior Executives 1 10 TC27/2011 May 29-Jun 09 Sk. Nazibul Islam Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid
Bank Marketing, Branding and Relationship
5. 1 4 TC21/2011 May 02-05 Q.G.M. Farooqi Rexona Yesmin
Banking
TC04/2011 Jan 17-25 Q.G.M. Farooqi Abed Ali
6. Branch Management 2 7
TC37/2011 Sep 18-26 Q.G.M. Farooqi Sk. Nazibul Islam
Computer Network Administration and Setup
7. 1 5 TC11/2011 Mar 06-10 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Kaniz Rabbi
Windows OS
Computer Spreadsheet Analysis in Banking TC01/2011 Jan 09-13 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Kaniz Rabbi
8. 2 5
TC47/2011 Dec 11-15 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
Operation
TC09/2011 Feb 27- Mar 10 Md. Mahabbat Hossain Md. Shahid Ullah
9. Credit Appraisal and Management 2 10
TC35/2011 Sep 11-22 Md. Mosharref Hossain Tahmina Rahman
10. Database Query using Oracle SQL 9i 1 5 TC19/2011 Apr 17-21 Kaniz Rabbi Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
Entrepreneurship Development and SME
11. 1 4 TC22/2011 May 02-05 Ashraf Al Mamun Maksuda Khatun
Business
TC03/2011 Jan 16-25 Md. Nehal Ahmed Atul Chandra Pandit
12. Financial Analysis for Bankers 2 8
TC30/2011 Jul 11-21 A.N.K. Mizan Md. Zakir Hossain
13. Financing Agro-based Business 1 4 TC02/2011 Jan 10-13 Tahmina Rahman Md. Ruhul Amin

14. Financing PPP Projects 1 4 TC16/2011 Apr 10-13 Mohammad Shafiullah Md. Mosharref Hossain
TC13/2011 Mar 20-24 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Md. Ruhul Amin
15. Foreign Exchange and Money Market Products 2 5
TC41/2011 Oct 16-20 Tanweer Mehdee Mahmood-ur-Rahman
16. Green Banking 1 4 TC29/2011 Jun 13-16 Tahmina Rahman Md. Shahid Ullah

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Training Courses and Coordinators - 2011


Duration
Title Freq. Course No. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
(w/d)
17. Human Resource Management 1 5 TC10/2011 Feb 27- Mar 03 Ashraf Al Mamun Md. Masudul Haque
Internal Control Mechanism and Bank TC17/2011 Apr 10-13 Syed Ahmed Khan Rexona Yesmin
18. 2 4
TC39/2011 Oct 09-13 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Md. Mahabbat Hossain
Supervision
TC08/2011 Feb 06-15 Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid Mahmood-ur-Rahman
19. International Trade Payment and Finance 3 8 TC31/2011 Jul 11-21 Tanweer Mehdee Mahmood-ur-Rahman
TC43/2011 Nov 15-24 Tanweer Mehdee Antara Zareen
20. Investment and Merchant Banking 1 5 TC20/2011 Apr 24-28 Md. Shahid Ullah Md. Mahabbat Hossain
21. Islamic Banking and Finance 1 5 TC14/2011 Mar 27-31 Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid Md. Mosharref Hossain
22. IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks 1 4 TC25/2011 May 15-19 Kaniz Rabbi Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
23. Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills 1 5 TC24/2011 May 08-12 Fahmida Chowdhury Md. Masudul Haque
TC26/2011 May 22-26 Q.G.M. Farooqi Abed Ali
24. Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit 2 5
TC45/2011 Nov 27-Dec 01 Sk. Nazibul Islam Md. Masudul Haque
TC06/2011 Jan 30 – Feb 03 A.N.K. Mizan Maksuda Khatun
25. Micro and Small Enterprise Financing 2 5
TC42/2011 Oct 23-27 Ashraf Al Mamun Maksuda Khatun
26. Oracle Database Design and Programming 1 8 TC28/2011 Jun 05-14 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam Kaniz Rabbi
27. Prevention of Malpractices in Banks 1 4 TC12/2011 Mar 13-16 Q.G.M. Farooqi Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid
TC15/2011 Mar 27-31 Md. Alamgir Md. Zakir Hossain
28. Risk Management and Capital Adequacy 2 5
TC40/2011 Oct 09-13 Md. Nehal Ahmed Antara Zareen
29. Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks 1 4 TC33/2011 Aug 01-04 Fahmida Chowdhury Mohammad Tazul Islam
30. Structured Finance 1 4 TC38/2011 Oct 02-05 Mohammad Shafiullah A.N.K. Mizan
31. Training of Trainers 1 5 TC46/2011 Nov 27-Dec 01 Fahmida Chowdhury Mohammad Tazul Islam
Windows Network Security Management, Data
32. 1 5 TC36/2011 Sep 11-15 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Kaniz Rabbi
Backup and System Recovery
Total 47

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Outreach Training Courses and Coordinators - 2011


Duration
Title Venue Frequency Course No. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
(w/d)
1. Banking Laws and Regulations Rangpur 1 5 OR01/2011 Mar 06-10 Syed Ahmed Khan Q.G.M. Farooqi
2. Credit Appraisal and Management Sylhet 1 5 OR02/2011 Mar 20-24 Sk. Nazibul Islam Atul Chandra Pandit
3. Financing Agro-based Business Rajshahi 1 5 OR03/2011 Jun 05-09 Mohammad Shafiullah Md. Mosharref Hossain
4. ICT for Banking Business Enhancement Khulna 1 5 OR05/2011 Oct 16-20 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
5. International Trade Payment and Finance Chittagong 1 5 OR04/2011 Sep 18-22 Tanweer Mehdee Mahmood-ur-Rahman
6. Micro and Small Enterprise Financing Barisal 1 5 OR06/2011 Nov 20-24 Ashraf Al Mamun Md. Ruhul Amin
Total 6

Special Training Programs and Coordinators - 2011


Duration Workshop
Title Frequency Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
(w/d) No.
Women Entrepreneurship Development : How to ST01/2011 Apr 05-07 Fahmida Chowdhury Mohammad Tazul Islam
1. 2 3
Develop Bankable Projects ST02/2011 Sep 20 - 22 Fahmida Chowdhury Md. Zakir Hossain

Training Workshops and Coordinators - 2011


Duration Workshop
Title Frequency Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
(w/d) No.
1. Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market 1 2 TW12/2011 Mar 15-16 Abdul Jalil Choudhury Maksuda Khatun
2. Bank Restructuring 1 2 TW19/2011 May 11-12 Abed Ali Mohammad Shafiullah
3. Basel-II and Emerging Issues 1 3 TW11/2011 Mar 14-16 Md. Nehal Ahmed Md. Alamgir
TW21/2011 Jun 01-02 Md. Nehal Ahmed Md. Alamgir
4. Basel-II: Financial Stability and Stress Testing 2 2
TW34/2011 Nov 16-17 Md. Alamgir Md. Zakir Hossain
TW17/2011 Apr 27-28 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Atul Chandra Pandit
5. Basel-II: Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process 2 2
TW27/2011 Aug 17-18 Md. Nehal Ahmed Atul Chandra Pandit
6. Behavior, Work Environment and Job Performance 1 2 TW03/2011 Jan 26 - 27 Fahmida Chowdhury Mohammad Tazul Islam
7. Bond Market Operations in Bangladesh 1 2 TW02/2011 Jan 19 - 20 Tanweer Mehdee Md. Mosharref Hossain
Corporate Governance and Corporate Social
8. 1 2 TW06/2011 Feb 09-10 Ashraf Al Mamun Tahmina Rahman
Responsibility
9. Credit Risk Grading 1 3 TW14/2011 Mar 29-31 Atul Chandra Pandit Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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Training Workshops and Coordinators - 2011


Duration Workshop
Title Freq. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
(w/d) No.
10. E-Commerce, E-Banking and Online MIS 1 3 TW08/2011 Feb 22-24 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
11. Factoring, Leasing and Venture Financing 1 3 TW07/2011 Feb 13-15 Mohammad Shafiullah Md. Ruhul Amin
12. Financing Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnership 1 2 TW32/2011 Oct 23-24 Abdul Jalil Choudhury Mohammad Shafiullah
TW15/2011 Apr 06-07 Dr. S M A Habib Md. Shahid Ullah
13. Green Banking 2 2
TW31/2011 Oct 19-20 Dr. S M A Habib Tahmina Rahman
14. ICC Publications for Trade Facilitation 1 3 TW16/2011 Apr 19-21 Tanweer Mehdee Mahmood-ur-Rahman
Information System Audit and Risk Management in
15. 1 3 TW23/2011 Jul 12-14 Md. Shihab Uddin Khan Kaniz Rabbi
E-Banking
16. Integrated Treasury Management 1 2 TW20/2011 May 25-26 Md. Alamgir Md. Ruhul Amin
Investment and Foreign Exchange Operations Under
17. 1 2 TW10/2011 Mar 09-10 Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid Mahmood-ur-Rahman
Islamic Banking
18. Legal Aspects of Securities and Documentation 1 3 TW26/2011 Aug 16-18 Sk. Nazibul Islam Q.G.M. Farooqi
Management of Non-performing Loans and Recovery
19. 1 2 TW29/2011 Oct 04-05 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Md. Shahid Ullah
Strategies
20. Managing Risk in Agro-Sector Financing 1 2 TW18/2011 May 04-05 Sk. Nazibul Islam A.N.K. Mizan
21. Micro Finance and Financial Inclusion 1 2 TW24/2011 Jul 27-28 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Md. Zakir Hossain
22. Migration and Remittance Issues 1 2 TW04/2011 Jan 26-27 Md. Mohiuddin Siddique Md. Zakir Hossain
Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist
23. 1 2 TW01/2011 Jan 12-13 Syed Ahmed Khan Sk. Nazibul Islam
Financing
24. Problem Solving Tools and Management Decisions 1 2 TW30/2011 Oct 12-13 Ashraf Al Mamun Md. Masudul Haque
25. Retail Banking and Consumer Financing 1 2 TW05/2011 Feb 02-03 Q.G.M. Farooqi Rexona Yesmin
26. Risk Based Internal Audit and Supervision 1 2 TW25/2011 Aug 03-04 Atul Chandra Pandit Antara Zareen
27. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 1 2 TW28/2011 Sep 25-26 Mohammad Shafiullah Md. Mosharref Hossain
28. Strategic Management in Banks 1 2 TW22/2011 Jun 15-16 Ashraf Al Mamun Mohammad Tazul Islam
29. Stress Management and Counseling 1 2 TW13/2011 Mar 23-24 Mohammad Tazul Islam Md. Masudul Haque
30. Sustainable Banking 1 3 TW09/2011 Feb 22-24 Abdul Jalil Choudhury Rexona Yesmin
31. UCPDC-600 and other ICC Publications 1 3 TW33/2011 Oct 23-24 Tanweer Mehdee Mahmood-ur-Rahman
Total 34

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International Training Workshop and Coordinators - 2011


Duration Workshop
Title Freq. Date Coordinator-1 Coordinator-2
(w/d) No.
1. International Trade Payment and Finance 1 4 IT01/2011 Dec 12-15 Dr. S M A Habib Mahmood-ur-Rahman

Research Workshops and Coordinators - 2011


Duration
Title Freq. Workshop No. Date Coordinators
(w/d)
Tanweer Mehdee
An Evaluation of the Operations of Trade Payment Methods in
1. 1 1 RW06/2011 Nov 17 Mahmood-ur-Rahman
Bangladesh
Antara Zareen
Dr. S M A Habib
2. An Impact Evaluation of Green Initiatives of Bangladesh Bank 1 1 RW02/2011 Jul 10 Tahmina Rahman
Md. Shahid Ullah
Atul Chandra Pandit
3. Disclosure Requirements of Banks : Bangladesh perspective 1 1 RW04/2011 Sep 27 Md. Mahabbat Hossain
Maksuda Khatun
Abdul Jalil Choudhury
4. Financing PPP Projects : Banks Initiatives 1 1 RW03/2011 Jul 31 Mohammad Shafiullah
Md. Ruhul Amin
Md. Nehal Ahmed
5. Implementation Status of BASEL II: Bangladesh Perspective 1 1 RW05/2011 Oct 27 Atul Chandra Pandit
Md. Alamgir
Syed Ahmed Khan
6. Implication of the Legal Framework Guiding Loan Recovery 1 1 RW01/2011 May 19
Q.G.M. Farooqi
Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
7. Mobile Banking in Bangladesh 1 1 RW07/2011 Nov 27 Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
Kaniz Rabbi
Risk Assessment of Bank’s Involvement in the Capital Market : Md. Alamgir
8. 1 1 RW08/2011 Dec 11
Bangladesh Perspective Md. Zakir Hossain
Total 8

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Training Course Particulars


ADVANCED CREDIT MANAGEMENT
1. Title : Advanced Credit Management
2. Duration : 05 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, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop expertise of the participants regarding effective and efficient operation of credit functions
in banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with the existing credit management practices, organizational policies
and programs regarding innovation and marketing of credit products.
c. To acquaint the participants with different financial techniques used for credit assessment and the
relevant laws and regulations to be complied by the officials engaged in the operations of credit
management.

9. Contents
a. Investment Climate of Bangladesh- Macro and Micro Aspects of Bank Credit, Fiscal and
Monetary Policy.
b. Guidelines, Restrictions and Limitations for Credit Exposure.
c. Organizational Policy and Program- Stretching of Sources of Funds, Diversification of Investment
and Loan Portfolio, Marketing of Credit Products.
d. Loan Portfolio Management- MAN COM, Risk Identification, Risk Management.
e. Credit Process Development- Delegation of Power, Norms and Justification, Responsibility and
Accountability.
f. Credit Investigation- Credit Information Bureau, Credit Report, Selection of Borrowers.
g. Credit Processing- Appraisal, Credit Risk Grading, Approval and Administration, Exceptions to
Credit Risk Grading.
h. Securities and Documentation- Checklist, Risk Factors, Covenants, Problems of Valuation, Credit
Collection Mechanism.
i. Consortium and Syndicated Lending, Lending for Sharecroppers.
j. Management of NPL Accounts and Loan Portfolio Review- Monitoring and Early Alert Process and
MIS for Credit Discipline and Recovery. Classification and Provisioning, Declassification Measure
Rescheduling, Write off, Non-Legal and Legal Measures for Loan Recovery.
k. PPP (Public-Private Partnership), Carbon Financing, Financing Solar Energy, Bio-gas and Effluent
Treatment Plant Cluster Financing.

10. Course No. : TC18/2011


a. Time : April 17-21, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. A.N.K. Mizan

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AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL BANKING


1. Title : Agricultural and Rural Banking
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, Case Study and Project Visit
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 agriculture
and rural business.
b. To familiarize the participants with the present status of agricultural and rural banking.
c. To acquaint the participants with innovative financing techniques for agricultural and rural
financing.
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 in Response to Changing
Globalization Process.
c. Agricultural and Social Value Chain, Technological Innovation in Agriculture and Rural Sectors of
Bangladesh and Selection of Appropriate Technology. Role of Bank Financing in Popularizing them
among Farmers.
d. Bank Approaches in Projects Identification, Designing, Appraising, Formulation, Financing
Process, Implementations and Evaluation, Borrowers Screening Technique.
e. Techniques of Developing Entrepreneurs and Potential Business Items. Developing and Financing
the Project and its Links with Global Markets.
f. Appraisal of Projects: Managerial and 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 & Sensitivity Analysis of Agricultural and Rural Projects.
g. Recent Initiatives of Central Bank For Agricultural Financing: Sharecropper Financing, Crop-
financing, Non-crop Financing, Farmers’Account.

10. Course No. : TC07/2011


a. Time : February 06 - 10, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

11. Course No. : TC32/2011


a. Time : July 24 -28, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. A.N.K. Mizan
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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ASSET-LIABILITY MANAGEMENT IN BANKS


1. Title : Asset-Liability Management in Banks
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 04
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : 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 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 dealing with various risks that arises from the
bank's dealing with assets and liabilities.
9. Contents
a. Analysis of Financial Statement of Banks and Financial Institutions.
b. Regulatory Framework of Asset Liability Management: ALM Policy Statement, Structure of ALM, and
MIS for ALM.
c. Deposit and Non-Deposit Liabilities, Off-balance Sheet Liabilities, Cost Involved in Liability
Management.
d. Capital Adequacy Requirement under Basel II, Three Pillars of Basel II and their Implications.
e. Loan Management, Selection of Loan Portfolio, Loan Pricing, Management of Non-performing Asset.
f. Investment Portfolio Management - Risks associated with different investment portfolios, Regulatory
Aspects.
g. Liquidity Risk 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.
10. Course No. : TC05/2011
a. Time : January 30 - February 03, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Mohammad Shafiullah
11. Course No. : TC23/2011
a. Time : May 08-12, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Md. Zakir Hossain
12. Course No. : TC34/2011
a. Time : August 07-11, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Atul Chandra Pandit
2. Md. Ruhul Amin
13. Course No. : TC44/2011
a. Time : November 20-24, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Mosharref Hossain

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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 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 Implications.
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, Loan Recovery: Legal and Non-legal Measures.
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.

10. Course No. : TC27/2011


a. Time : May 29 - June 09, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid

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BANK MARKETING, BRANDING AND RELATIONSHIP BANKING


1. Title : Bank Marketing, Branding and Relationship Banking
2. Duration : 04 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
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, branding
relationship banking and marketing research.
c. To introduce different techniques of executing marketing functions in banks smoothly.

9. Contents
a. Fundamentals of Bank Marketing- Genesis of Bank Marketing in Bangladesh.
b. Marketing of Bank Services- Market Structure, Scope, Competitive Environment and Shifting in
Marketing Behavior.
c. Customer Behavior, Customer and Market Segmentation and Branch Location and Distribution
along with GIS Concept Customer Behavior and Attitude, Customer Survey and Analysis
Techniques, Market Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning Measures of Distributing Bank
Branches.
d. Branding in Banks- Developing brands, stages of Brands in Banking, Building a powerful financial
services Brand, Branding and differentiation, Branding shifting values, Branding Advantages,
Changing Role of Brands in Banking.
e. Bank Product Development and Pricing Technique-Product Guideline (PRG), Product
Development, Special Features of Product Development, Product Development Strategies, Pricing
System and Methods, Research for Product Development in Banks, Types of Research and
Appropriate Product Design System Cycle.
f. Integrated Marketing Communications- The roles of Advertising, Advertising Channels,
Precautions, PR models, Product Promotion Guideline (PPG), Publicity, Bank Marketing Program
and Administration.
g. Relationship Banking- Concept, Issues, Scope, Goals, Dimensions, Cycle, Models, Tools for
Building and Maintaining Relationship with Customers and Current Practices in Banking Sector in
Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TC21/2011


a. Time : May 02-05, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Q.G.M. Farooqi
2. Rexona Yesmin

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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 the capacity 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- Record Management.
d. Leadership-Communication, Motivation for Work and Morality, Delegation of Power, Time & 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 & 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, The Banking Companies Act-1991, Money
Laundering Prevention Act-2009, Anti Terrorism Act-2009, Money Loan Court Act-2003.
i. Internal Control, and Internal Audit and Compliance.
j. Merchant Banking and Lease Financing.
k. Capital Management in Banks-Basel II.
l. Branch Management and Ethics in Banking.

10. Course No. : TC04/2011


a. Time : January 17 - 25, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Q.G.M. Farooqi
2. Abed Ali

11. Course No. : TC37/2011


a. Time : September 18-26, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Q.G.M. Farooqi
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam

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COMPUTER NETWORK ADMINISTRATION AND SETUP WITH WINDOWS OS


1. Title : Computer Network Administration and Setup with Windows OS
2. Duration : 05 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, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enhance the skill of bank officials to efficiently handle network based operation in banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with the concept of computer network and data communication
technology.
c. To develop practical skill in installing, configuring and administering computer network under
Windows OS platform.

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 Shared Folder 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. Terminal Services and Restoring Techniques.
i. Terminal Services and Remote Administration Services
j. Data Backup and Restoring Techniques.
k. Basic Troubleshooting of Network Problems.

10. Course No. : TC11/2011


a. Time : March 06-10, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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COMPUTER SPREADSHEET ANALYSIS IN BANKING OPERATION


1. Title : Computer Spreadsheet Analysis in Banking Operation
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. Objective
a. To develop skilled spreadsheet analysts for effective and efficient operations of bank.
b. To acquaint the participants with the spreadsheet software and its application in banking operations.

9. Contents
a. Spreadsheet Analysis Software-Introduction to MS-Excel.
b. Creating, Editing and Managing MS-Excel Workbook.
c. Formatting MS-Excel Worksheets.
d. Working with Formulas and Functions in MS-Excel.
e. Graphical Presentation using Chart under MS-Excel.
f. MS-Excel and its Application in Banking Operation.

10. Course No. : TC01/2011


a. Time : January 09 - 13, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Kaniz Rabbi

11. Course No. : TC47/2011


a. Time : December 11-15, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan

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CREDIT APPRAISAL AND MANAGEMENT


1. Title : Credit Appraisal and Management
2. Duration : 10 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above Working/likely to work
in Credit Department
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 develop skilled manpower for the credit divisions of banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with the techniques of effective dealing with credit customers of
different kinds at different stages of the credit management process.
c. To introduce different financial techniques used for credit assessment and the relevant laws and
regulations to be complied by the officials engaged in the operations of credit management.

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
Appraisal; 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 Bank and NBFI Clients, Procedural Guidelines, Approval Process.
f. Credit Administration- Loan Structuring and Pricing, Sanctioning, Documentation and Repayment
Schedule, Disbursement Procedures, Selection, Valuation and Control of Security, Different
Methods of Creation of Charges, Insurance of Goods, Security Compliance Checklist, Credit
Collection Procedures.
g. Syndicated Loan- Sanction, Disbursement and Follow-up Procedures.
h. Loan Portfolio Risk Management- Techniques of Portfolio Management, Performance Evaluation of
Loan Portfolio.
i. 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. : TC09/2011


a. Time : February 27- March 10, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

11. Course No. : TC35/2011


a. Time : September 11-22, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mosharref Hossain
2. Tahmina Rahman

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DATABASE QUERY USING ORACLE SQL 9i


1. Title : Database Query using Oracle SQL 9i
2. Duration : 05 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
Programming
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 IT divisions of banks.
b. To acquaint the participants with the concept of OORDBMS and the process of designing database
by using Oracle.
c. To develop skills of bankers about database programming.

9. Contents
a. Oracle Architecture.
b. Installation and Configuration of Oracle 9i.
c. Database Design and Implementation.
d. Structured Query Language (SQL).
e. Database Objects.
f. Controlling User Access.

10. Course No. : TC19/2011


a. Time : April 17-21, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Kaniz Rabbi
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND SME BUSINESS


1. Title : Entrepreneurship Development and SME 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 familiarize the participants with the techniques of identification, selection and development of
SME entrepreneurs and SME business.
b. To acquaint the participants with the operational aspects of SME financing.
c. To discuss the techniques of monitoring and recovery of SME credit.

9. Contents
a. Entrepreneurship Development Concepts, Trend and Growth, Identification and Selection of
Potential Entrepreneur, Development of Women Entrepreneurship and Role of Banks and other
Organizations, Different Models of Entrepreneurship Development, Training and Motivation.
b. Status of SME Financing in Bangladesh, Institutional Role of Banks, NBFIs, GOB, BSCIC, SMEF,
etc. Preparing a Business Plan: Estimation of the Total Financial Requirement, Sources of Financing
Equity Entrepreneurship Fund, Venture Capital and other Informal Sectors.
c. Developing a Marketing Plan- Pricing, Channel of Distribution, Selling Skills, Managerial and Legal
Considerations, Risk Management, Business Account.
d. SME 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 Point Analysis, NPV, IRR, and Benefit Cost Ratio -Assessment of
Credit Risk.
e. Operational Procedures in SME Financing- Documentation and Creation of Charges on Securities,
Repayment Schedule of Loans, Monitoring and Counseling.
f. Recovery of Credit: Identification of Non-performing Loans, Procedures Relating to Recovery of
Non-performing Loans Legal and Non-legal measures.

10. Course No. : TC22/2011


a. Time : May 02-05, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Maksuda Khatun

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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 having 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 analysts needed for the sound credit decision.
b. To acquaint the participants with the techniques commonly used for assessing financial health
different types of customers and projects.

9. Contents
a. Introduction to Financial Statements- Techniques of Financial Analysis, Comparative and Common-
Size Statement Analysis, Ratio Analysis, and Cash Flow Analysis.
b. Financial Projection- Methods of Projection, Master Budget, Sales Budget, Purchase Budget, Cash
Budget, Projected Financial Statements, CVP Analysis.
c. Financial Viability of Projects- Cost of Capital and Determination of Capital Structure, Time Value of
Money, Capital Budgeting Techniques: Pay Back Period (PBP), Discounted Pay Back Period
(DPBP), Accounting Rate of Return (ARR), Net Present Value (NPV), Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR),
Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Risk and Sensitivity Analysis.
d. Valuation of Financial Assets- Techniques of Stock and Bond Valuation.
e. Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements of Banks and other Financial Institutions-
Profitability and Productivity Analysis, Spread and Burden, Risk Ratios, and CAMELS Ratings.
f. Analytical Techniques for Lease Financing.
g. Investment Decisions (Focusing Risk and Return including Portfolio Management).

10. Course No. : TC03/2011


a. Time : January 16 - 25, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

11. Course No. : TC30/2011


a. Time : July 11-21, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. A.N.K. Mizan
2. Md. Zakir Hossain

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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, Policy Environment for Financing Agro-based Business and its Link
to Global Trade Scenario and Cross Country Export.
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. Role of Agriculture and Commodity Market in the Economic Development of Bangladesh, Policy
Environment, Guidelines and Initiatives for Financing Developing Strategies and Possible Way Out
for Overcoming the Challenges in Financing Agriculture and Commodity Market.
d. Appraisal of Projects: Managerial and Organizational Aspects Marketing, Technical and Financial
Aspects of Agro-based Business, Cash Flow Forecast, Discounted Cash Flow Techniques NPV,
BCR and IRR, Economic Analysis of Agro-based Projects, Risk and Sensitivity Analysis.
e. Program Approach to Financing Agro-based Sector, Experiences of SOBs, PCBs and Sbs.
f. Sanctioning Process of Agro-based Loans, Repayment Schedule, Different Methods of Creating
Charges Hypothecation, Pledge, Mortgage, Lien; Documentation and Disbursement Procedures,
Monitoring and Follow-up of Agro-based Credit.
g. Recovery of Agro-based Loan, Classification and Provisioning, Identification of Non-performing
Loans, Legal Process in the Context of Loan Recovery.
h. Financing Farm and Off-firm Related Agro-business, Agro-clinics and Hi-techValue Agro-business.
i. Innovative Financing, Financing value chain based Agro business, Gender Focus and its Implication
in Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TC02/2011


a. Time : January 10 - 13, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tahmina Rahman
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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FINANCING PPP PROJECTS


1. Title : Financing PPP Projects
2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Principal Officer or equivalent officer and above working/likely to
work in Treasury/ Foreign Exchange/ Money Market Desk
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 knowledge and understanding of the participants on policies, guidelines and
implementation of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects.
b. To familiarize the participants with operational issues of Bank/ NBFIs in funding the PPP projects.

9. Contents
a. Project Financing and PPP- Conceptual and Institutional Framework, Role of PPP in Infrastructure
and Economic Development.
b. PPP Legal and Regulatory Framework- National Policy on PPP, 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 involved in PPP
Structure, Their Role and Responsibilities, Role of Public and Private Sector Infrastructure Services
Provision through PPP.
d. Financing Infrastructure Projects- Concepts, Modes of Financing and Importance; Financial Models
for PPP Projects, High-tech Financial Instruments and Structuring of PPP Projects, Developing
Project Life Cycle, Project Feasibility Study.
e. Transaction Cycle for Financing PPP Projects- Pre-agreement Initiatives, Post-agreement Activities;
Post-disbursement Transactions.
f. Risk Analysis- Concept, Identification of Risk Related to PPP Projects, Risk Measurement tools,
Mechanism for Risk Mitigation.
g. Environmental and Social Management Framework- Potential Environmental and Social Impact of
Infrastructure Projects, Environmental Guidelines for Infrastructure Projects in Bangladesh,
Institutional Measures to Mitigate Adverse Environmental and Social Impacts, Compliance
Requirements for Infrastructure Projects Regarding Environmental and Social Aspects.

10. Course No. : TC16/2011


a. Time : April 10-13, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammad Shafiullah
2. Md. Mosharref Hossain

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FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND MONEY MARKET PRODUCTS


1. Title : Foreign Exchange and Money Market Products
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Principal Officer or equivalent officer and above working/likely to
work in Treasury/ Foreign Exchange/ Money Market Desk
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 concepts, market players, instruments, operational
mechanisms of the instruments and regulations of foreign exchange and money market.
b. To acquaint the participants with the role of central bank in regulating foreign exchange and money
market.

9. Contents
a. Overview of Foreign Exchange (FOREX) Market and Money Market (MM).
b. Exchange Rate Determination- Fundamental and Technical Factors.
c. Exchange Rate Quotations.
d. FOREX Derivative and Risk Management Products- Forward, Future, Option and Currency Swap.
e. Interest Rate Determination- Structure, Behavior and Different Measures .
f. Money Market Products- Forward Rate Agreement, Certificate of Deposit, Commercial Paper and
Repurchase Agreement.
g. Dealing Room Operations relating to Foreign Exchange and Money Market Products.

10. Course No. : TC13/2011


a. Time : March 20 -24, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

11. Course No. : TC41/2011


a. Time : October 16 -20, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman

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GREEN BANKING
1. Title : Green Banking
2. Duration : 04 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 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 about the involvement of banks and other organizations for
developing relevant skills.
c. To discuss the problems and potentialities 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. In-house Environment Management in Banks, Online Banking and Green Banking, Energy
Efficiency, Paper Saving, Water Saving, Waste Management in Banks.
d. 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.
e. The Challenges and Potentials of Greening Bangladesh, Issues and Difficulties of Green Banking in
Bangladesh.
f. Reporting of Green Banking Initiatives, International and National Initiatives, GRI Guidelines.

10. Course No. : TC29/2011


a. Time : June 13-16, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tahmina Rahman
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


1. Title : Human Resource Management
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : 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 concept and importance of human resource management in
banks.
b. To develop knowledge about different aspects and related techniques of human resource
management applicable for banks.

9. Contents
a. Human Resource Management- Organization and its Environment, Needs, Importance, Objectives,
Principles and Methods Personnel Planning and Right Sizing.
b. Job Analysis, Recruitment and Selection, Appointment, Posting/Placement.
c. Compensation Management.
d. Performance Appraisal, Transfer and Promotion, Career and Succession Planning.
e. Management Techniques- MBO, MBE, MBP and TQM.
f. Leadership Communication and Decision Making.
g. Human Relations and Human Behavior.

10. Course No. : TC10/2011


a. Time : February 27- March 03, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Md. Masudul Haque

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INTERNAL CONTROL MECHANISM AND BANK SUPERVISION


1. Title : Internal Control Mechanism and Bank Supervision
2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : 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 discuss key aspects of internal control policy, guidelines, structure and process of internal
control mechanism in banks.
b. To familiarize the participants with principles and practices of bank supervision considering
different associated risks.

9. Contents
a. Internal Control System, Bangladesh Bank Guidelines and Policies, Structure, Process.
b. Internal Check and Internal Audit in Commercial Banks.
c. Regulatory Framework for Bank Supervision, Risk Based Supervision and its Implementation
Concept of Risk Based Internal Audit.
d. Basel Principles for ICM.
e. Guidelines for Effective Prudential Regulations for Banks in Bangladesh, Compliance of Regulatory
Instructions.
f. Risk Involved in Changes of Interest Rate, Exchange Rate and IT Break-down, Risk Factors in
Securities and Documentation, Credit Card and Unsecured Loan, Collateral free SME financing,
Handling of Import and Export Bills, Dealing Room Operation, Operation Risk in Merchant
Banking.

10. Course No. : TC17/2011


a. Time : April 10-13, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Syed Ahmed Khan
2. Rexona Yesmin

11. Course No. : TC39/2011


a. Time : October 09-13, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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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 or likely to
work in International Division of Head Office and AD Branches
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions
8. Objectives
a. To improve the capacity of the bankers involved in the trade payment department 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- Balance of Payment, 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. Various 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 of F.C. Accounts Resident and Non-resident
Accounts.
i. Submission of Statements to Bangladesh Bank: Methods of Submission of Different Forms and
Statements.
j. Off-Shore Banking/EPZ.
k. International Trading Arrangements- WTO and Regional Trading Arrangements.
10. Course No. : TC08/2011
a. Time : February 06 - 15, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman
11. Course No. : TC31/2011
a. Time : July 11- 21, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman
12. Course No. : TC43/2011
a. Time : November 15 - 24, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Antara Zareen

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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 banking,
securities market and its various instruments.
b. To equip the participants with the techniques of security market operations under investment and
merchant banking.
c. To develop skill on managing various risks associated with the operations of investment and
merchant banking.

9. Contents
a. Financial Market- Primary Market, Secondary Market and OTC Market, Role of Securities Market
in Economic Development.
b. Merchant Banking- Functions and Scope, Merchant Banking and Securities Market Instruments.
c. Security Market in Bangladesh: Institutional Framework: Legal Framework, Companies Act, 1994,
The Securities Act, 1920, Securities and Exchange Ordinance, 1969, Securities and Exchange Rules,
1987, Securities and Exchange Commission Act, 1993, SEC Merchant Bankers and Portfolio
Managers Rules 2001, Financial Institutions Act, 1993 and other Regulations Issued by Securities
and Exchange Commission (SEC).
d. Security Market Operations- New Issue Market IPO and Book Building Process, Floatation of
Shares, Share Valuation, Underwriting, Secondary Market Listing, Direct Listing, Trading and
Settlement, Central Depository System, Credit Rating.
e. Debt Securities- Types- Zero-coupon bond, Sukuk Bond, TIPS, Bond Valuation, Bond Rating,
f. Portfolio Management and Security Analysis: Systematic and Unsystematic Risk, Asset Pricing
Models, Fundamental and Technical Analysis.
g. Merchant Banking and Financial Services- Mutual Funds, Factoring, Venture Capital Financing,
Lease Financing, Loan Syndication and Securitization.
h. Corporate Restructuring- Merger, Acquisition, Amalgamation and Takeover.

10. Course No. : TC20/2011


a. Time : April 24-28, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shahid Ullah
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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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 procedures, 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. An 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.
d. Deposit Mobilization Process of Islamic Banking: Wadeeah and Mudaraba Accounts:
Characteristics and Operational Procedures.
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, Investment of Premium under Islamic Insurance.

10. Course No. : TC14/2011


a. Time : March 27-31, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid
2. Md. Mosharref Hossain

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IT SECURITY AND FRAUD PREVENTION IN BANKS


1. Title : IT Security and Fraud Prevention in Banks
2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above
(Specially working in IT Security and 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 to prepare an IT based security and fraud prevention policy for
the Banks.

9. Contents
a. Overview of IT Systems in Banks- Introduction, Centralized and Distributed Banking Information
System, Telecommunication Infrastructure, Electronic Retail Delivery Channels, Automated
Clearing House System, 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, Cryptography, 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, Types of Fraud and Fraud Prevention Techniques in Plastic Money.
d. General Guidelines, Follow-up and Reporting Guidelines of IT Security and Fraud Prevention Issues
Along with their Operational Areas.

10. Course No. : TC25/2011


a. Time : May 15-19, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Kaniz Rabbi
2. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan

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LEADERSHIP, TEAM BUILDING AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS


1. Title : Leadership, Team Building and Negotiation Skills
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : 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 concept, importance and different aspects of leadership, team
building and negotiating skills.
b. To acquaint with leadership styles, group dynamics, team building process and negotiating methods
especially suitable for financial institutions.

9. Contents
a. Leadership, Team Building and Negotiating Skills- Concept, Needs, Importance, Objectives and
Methods.
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. Negotiating- Different Skills and Process for Negotiation.
f. Handling Grievances.

10. Course No. : TC24/2011


a. Time : May 08-12, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Fahmida Chowdhury
2. Md. Masudul Haque

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LEGAL ASPECTS OF GENERAL BANKING AND CREDIT


1. Title : Legal Aspects of General Banking and Credit
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 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, Laws and Regulations of Banking Financial Institutions and Non-Bank Financial
Institutions.
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 Instrument 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 Artha Rin Adalat Ain 2003 (with Amendments), The Bankruptcy Act, 1997, The
Trust Act, 1882, Money Laundering Prevention Act-2009 and Anti-Terrorism Act, 2009.
c. Charging of Securities Documentation for Loans and Advances (Legal and Practical Aspects) Legal
Aspects Relating to Recovery of Credit.
d. Legal Procedures Relating to Filing of Suits.
e. Ethics in Banking and Regulatory Compliance.

10. Course No. : TC26/2011


a. Time : May 22 - 26, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Q. G. M. Farooqi
2. Abed Ali

11. Course No. : TC45/2011


a. Time : November 27 - December 01, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Md. Masudul Haque

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MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRISE FINANCING


1. Title : Micro and Small Enterprise Financing
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, Case Study and Project Visit
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop skills of the participants for identification, appraising, formulation, designing and
developing the micro and small enterprise undertaking.
b. To acquaint the participants with the operational aspects under prudential guideline and techniques
for monitoring and recovery of micro and small enterprise credits.

9. Contents
a. Role of Micro and Small Enterprise in the Economic Development of Bangladesh- Policy
Environment and Initiatives for Financing.
b. Sources and Modes of Micro and Small Financing- Role of Commercial Banks, NGOs and Informal
Sector and Identification and Selection of Entrepreneurs.
c. Business/Project Identification; Formulation and Appraisal: Types, Concepts and Techniques , Farm
and Project Budgeting, Financial Projecting, Financial projections, Assessing of Working Capital,
Break-Even and Cash Flow Analysis , Formulation of Business Plan, etc.
d. Prudential Guidelines for Small Enterprise Financing Sanction, Disbursement, and Documentation
Process of Small Enterprise Financing Creation of Charges on Securities Revisable Assesses Security
of Small Enterprise Financing and Repayment Schedule of Loans Supervision and Follow-up.
e. Rescheduling of Credit Identification of Non-performing Loans and Procedures Relating to
Rescheduling of Non-performing Loans.
f. Financing Techniques for Micro and Small Enterprise- E-Financing ,
g. Research Organization Networking for Linking Research Output in Financing Package.

10. Course No. : TC06/2011


a. Time : January 30 - February 03, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. A.N.K. Mizan
2. Maksuda Khatun

11. Course No. : TC42/2011


a. Time : October 23-27, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Maksuda Khatun

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ORACLE DATABASE DESIGN AND PROGRAMMING


1. Title : Oracle Database Design and Programming
2. Duration : 08 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
Programming
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 concept of RDBMS, System Analysis and Design and Server
application.
b. To enhance the skill of bankers for designing Database using Oracle.

9. Contents
a. Oracle Architecture.
b. Installation and Configuration of Oracle 9i.
c. Database Design and Implementation.
d. SQL and PL/SQL Programming.
e. Database Security and User Management.
f. Concurrency Control.

10. Course No. : TC28/2011


a. Time : June 05-14,2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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PREVENTION OF MALPRACTICES IN BANKS


1. Title : Prevention of Malpractices in Banks
2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : 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 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 Malpractices in Banks- Need and Importance, Nature, Types and General Causes of
Malpractices in Banks and Remedial Measures to Prevent the Malpractices Ethics in Banking.
b. 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. Malpractices in Advances- General Advances, Agriculture Loans, Industrial Loans, House Building
Loans, Transport Loans, etc. Sanctioning of Loans Mode of Charging Securities: Pledge
Hypothecation Mortgage Lien Assignment Set-off Bank Guarantees, etc. Documentation,
Disbursement, Recovery, etc., The Limitation Act, 1997, Money Laundering Prevention
Act, 2009, The Money Loan Court Act, 2003.
d. 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. : TC12/2011


a. Time : March 13 -16, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Q. G. M. Farooqi
2. Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid

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RISK MANAGEMENT AND CAPITAL ADEQUACY


1. Title : Risk Management and Capital Adequacy
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : 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 acquaint the participants with identification, measurement and management of various risks in the
banking sector.
b. To develop skills in various risk model, policy guidelines, techniques and strategies involved in
effective management of risks in banking in line with Basel II accord.

9. Contents
a. Introduction to Key Risks in Banking and Financial Institutions.
b. Asset-Liability Management (ALM) in Banks and Financial Institutions- ALM Policy Statements,
Structure of ALM and ALCO, Maturity Matching Profile, Liquidity Management, Interest Rate Risk
Management, Off Balance Sheet Risk Management.
c. Introduction to the Management of Major Risks in Banking Sector, Credit Risk, Foreign Exchange
Risk, Operational Risk, Market Risk and other Risk.
d. Internal Control and Compliance- Nature, Importance, Approaches and Structure.
e. Prevention of Money Laundering- Concept, Process and Significance, Anti-Money Laundering
Ordinance 2008, Bangladesh Bank Guidelines for Prevention of Money Laundering.
f. Capital Adequacy- General Framework of Basel-II, Approaches for Credit Risk, Capital Charges for
Market Risk and Operational Risk, Supervisory Review Process and Market Disclosure under
Basel-II.
g. Regulatory Guidelines for Managing Core risks in Banking Sector.

10. Course No. : TC15/2011


a. Time : March 27-31, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Zakir Hossain

11. Course No. : TC40/2011


a. Time : October 09-13, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Antara Zareen

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STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN BANKS


1. Title : Strategic Human Resource Management in Banks
2. Duration : 04 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 concept and importance of strategic management and
strategic HRM.
b. To develop knowledge about different issues relating to strategic management and SHRM in banks.

9. Contents
a. Strategic HRM- Concept, Scope, Approaches, Features, Components and Models of Strategic HRM,
Impacts and Trends of Strategic HRM.
b. Competitive Analysis- Strategic Group Maps Competitors' Strategy.
c. Evaluating Bank Resources and Competitive Capabilities.
d. Strategy and Competitive Advantage- Generic Strategy, Systems and Structures for Executing
Strategies and its Application in HR.
e. Corporate Governance, Culture, People and Leadership Issues in Strategic Bank Management.

10. Course No. : TC33/2011


a. Time : August 01-04, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Fahmida Chowdhury
2. Mohammad Tazul Islam

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STRUCTURED FINANCE
1. Title : Structured Finance
2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above, having BBA/MBA
degree or equivalent
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 concepts and types of Structured Finance Products as
alternative sources of finance and risk management tools.
b. To discuss various operational aspects and documentation process of Structured Finance and lessons
from global financial crisis.

9. Contents
a. Structured Finance- Definition, Boundaries between Structured Finance and Conventional Finance,
Basel- II Accord and Relevance of Structured Finance.
b. Types of Structured Finance Products- Traditional Products, Capital Market Products and Hybrid
Products.
c. Credit Derivative- Introduction to Credit Derivatives, Credit Derivative Product Profiles, Pricing
and Operational Aspects of Credit Derivatives, etc.
d. Asset Securitization- Concepts, Types, Process, and Major Players, Pricing and Operational Aspects
of Asset Securitizations.
e. Regulatory, Accounting and Tax Aspects of Structured Finance, Credit Rating and Credit
Enhancement.
f. Structured Finance in Bangladesh- Scope, Organizational and Legal Issues, Present Status and
Global Scenario, Lessons from Global Financial Crisis.

10. Course No. : TC38/2011


a. Time : October 02-05, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammad Shafiullah
2. A.N.K. Mizan

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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 Job Rotation, Apprenticeship, Internship/Assistantship/
Under Study, 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. : TC46/2011


a. Time : November 27-December 01, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Fahmida Chowdhury
2. Mohammad Tazul Islam

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WINDOWS NETWORK SECURITY MANAGEMENT, DATA BACKUP AND


SYSTEM RECOVERY
1. Title : Windows Network Security Management, Data Backup and
System Recovery
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Officer or equivalent officer and above having working
experience in Computer Hardware Maintenance and Network
Management
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 of computer network security, system and data
recovery techniques.
b. To build up practical skill in designing and implementing windows network security Policy,
recovering lost data and maintaining system integrity.

9. Contents
a. Fundamental Concept of Network Security and System Recovery Technique.
b. NTFS Permission Scheme and Security Templates.
c. Implementing Group Policy Managing Software and User Environments.
d. Planning and Implementing Accounts Policy and Audit Policy.
e. Data Backup and Restoring Techniques.
f. Configuring and Managing System Disk, Data Redundancy and Recovery Tools, Mirroring (RAID 1
and RAID 5).
g. Distributed File System and Replication, Offline Access of Files and Synchronizations.
h. Maintaining the Active Directory Database.
i. Delegating Administrative Control of Active Directory Objects.
j. Configuring Network Security by using IP Security.

10. Course No. : TC36/2011


a. Time : September 11-15, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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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 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 of Bangladesh: Constituents of Financial System of Bangladesh.
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 Instrument Act, 1881 (with
Amendments), The Limitation Act, 1908, The Public Demands Recovery Act, 1913 (with
Amendments), The Artha Rin Adalat 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, 2009,Terrorism Act, 2009.
c. Creation of Charges on Security, Documentation for Advances (Legal and Practical Aspects), Legal
Aspects Relating to Recovery of Credit.
d. Letter of Credit- Operational Mechanism, UCPDC.
e. Legal Procedures Relating to Filing of Suits.

10. Course No. : OR01/2011


a. Time : March 06- 10, 2011
b. Venue : Rangpur
c. Coordination Team : 1. Syed Ahmed Khan
2. Q.G.M. Farooqi

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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 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 with the formulation of credit policy guidelines, the procedures of selecting borrowers,
credit investigation, pre-sanction analysis of different types of advances, appraisal of projects and
various operational procedures.
b. To discuss the techniques of loan structuring and pricing, documentation, supervision, monitoring
and recovery of various credits.
c. To upgrade the knowledge and skills of the participants in lending decision.
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; Cost of the Project and Means of Financing, Financial Projections, Assessment of Working
Capital, Break-Even Analysis, Capital Budgeting Techniques, Management and Organizational
Aspects; Environmental Aspect; Socio Economic Aspect.
e. Credit Risk Management (CRM)- Credit Risk Assessment, Internal Assessment and External
Assessment Financial Risk, Business Risk, Management Risk, Security Risk and Relationship Risk
Investment Risk Management Equity, Interest Rate and Foreign Exchange Risk Credit Risk
Grading for Bank and NBFI Clients, Procedural Guidelines, Approval Process.
f. Credit Administration- Loan Structuring and Pricing, Sanctioning, Documentation and Repayment
Schedule, Disbursement Procedures, Selection, Valuation and Control of Security, Different
Methods of Creation of Charges, Insurance of Goods, Security Compliance Certificate Checklist,
Credit Collection Procedures.
g. Syndicated Loan- Sanction, Disbursement and Follow-up Procedures.
h. Credit Monitoring and Recovery- Early Alert Process, Loan Classification and Provisioning,
Identification of Non-performing Loans, Strategies for Managing Non-performing Loans, Loan
Workout Rescheduling and Write-off, Legal Process for Loan Recovery.
i. Loan Portfolio Risk Management- Techniques of Portfolio Management, Performance Evaluation of
Loan Portfolio.
10. Course No. : OR02/2011
a. Time : March 20-24, 2011
b. Venue : Sylhet
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

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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 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 Policy Environment for Financing Agro-based business and its link to
global trade scenario and cross country export.
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. Role of Agriculture and Commodity Market in the Economic Development of Bangladesh, Policy
Environment, Guidelines and Initiatives for Financing Developing Strategies and possible way out
for overcoming the challenges in financing Agriculture and Commodity Market.
d. 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.
e. Program Approach to Financing Agro-based Sector Experiences of SOBs, PCBs and Sbs.
f. Sanctioning Process of Agro-based Loans, Repayment Schedule, Different Methods of Creating
Charges Hypothecation, Pledge, Mortgage, Lien; Documentation and Disbursement Procedures,
Monitoring and Follow-up of Agro-based Credit.
g. Recovery of Agro-based Loan, Classification and Provisioning, Identification of Non-performing
Loans, Legal Process in the Context of Loan Recovery.
h. Financing Farm and Off-firm Related Agro-business, Agro-clinics and Hi-Tech Value Agro-
business.
i. Innovative Financing Financing value chain based Agro-business Gender Focus and its Implication
in Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : OR03/2011


a. Time : June 05-09, 2011
b. Venue : Rajshahi
c. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammad Shafiullah
2. Md. Mosharref Hossain

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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 and Network.
c. Internet, E-mail, E-Commerce and E-Banking.
d. Online MIS in Banks.
e. Maintenance of IS.
f. Role of Banking Software for Business Automation.
g. Impact of IT in Banking Business Development.

10. Course No. : OR05/2011


a. Time : October 16-20, 2011
b. Venue : Khulna
c. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam

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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 Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concept and issues of international trade payment and
finance.
b. To acquaint them with the techniques, laws, principles, documents and procedures adopted in
payment and financing of international trade.
c. To familiarize the participants with the operational exchange rates related to international trade
payment and finance.

9. Contents
a. International Trade and National Economy- Balance of Payment, 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. Various 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 of F.C. Accounts Resident and Non-resident
Accounts.
i. Submission of Statements to Bangladesh Bank- Methods of Submission of Different Forms and
Statements.
j. Off-Shore Banking/EPZ.
k. International Trading Arrangements- WTO and Regional Trading Arrangements.

10. Course No. : OR04/2011


a. Time : September 18-22, 2011
b. Venue : Chittagong
c. Coordination Team : 1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman

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MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRISE FINANCING


1. Title : Micro and Small Enterprise Financing
2. Duration : 05 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-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 acquaint the participants with the present status of micro and small enterprise financing.
b. To develop the skills of the participants for identification, appraising, formulation, designing and
developing the micro and small enterprise undertaking.
c. To acquaint the participants with the operational aspects of micro and small enterprise financing
including the prudential guideline provided by Bangladesh Bank.
d. To discuss the techniques of monitoring and recovery of micro and small enterprise credits.

9. Contents
a. Role of Micro and Small Enterprise in the Economic Development of Bangladesh: Policy
Environment and Initiatives for Financing.
b. Sources and Modes of Micro and Small Financing- Role of Commercial Banks, NGOs and Informal
Sector and Identification and Selection of Entrepreneurs.
c. Business/Project Identification; Formulation and Appraisal- Types, Concepts and Techniques, Farm
and project budgeting, Financial Projecting , Financial projections, Assessing of Working Capital,
Break-even and Cash Flow Analysis , Formulation of Business Plan, etc.
d. Prudential Guidelines for Small Enterprise Financing Sanction, Disbursement, and Documentation
Process of Small Enterprise Financing Creation of Charges on Securities Revisable Assesses Security
of Small Enterprise Financing and Repayment Schedule of Loans Supervision and Follow-up.
e. Rescheduling of Credit Identification of Non-performing Loans and Procedures Relating to
Rescheduling of Non-performing Loans.
f. Financing Techniques for Micro and Small Enterprise-E-financing.

10. Course No. : OR06/2011


a. Time : November 20 - 24, 2011
b. Venue : Barisal
c. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT: HOW TO PREPARE A
BANKABLE PROJECT
1. Title : Women Entrepreneurship Development: How to Prepare a Bankable
Project
2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Women Entrepreneurs (Existing and Forthcoming) in Bangladesh
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion Assignment and Case Study
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the potential areas of entrepreneurship development and
determining factors of the women entrepreneurship development.
b. To identify the sources of fund, documentation and processing requirement.
c. To develop skills to prepare business plans and bankable projects.

9. Contents
a. Areas of Entrepreneurship Development, Key Success Factors (KSFs) and Failure to
Entrepreneurial Development, Sources of Funds, Documentation and Processing Requirement of
Banks.
b. Preparation of Business Plan-
- Production Plan from Sources of raw Materials and Machineries to Final Products,
Production Process with Flow Chart
- Production Plan Product Design, Style, Development and Engineering Jobs
- Financial Plan, Basic Accounting Knowledge for Preparing Financial Statement, Capital
Structure, Composition, Income Statement and B/S Preparation
- Marketing Plan- Pricing , Promotion, Basic management Functions
c. Preparation Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association.
d. Preparation of Project Proposal with Reference to CRG Manual and Bank's Instruction.

10. Course No. : ST01/2011


a. Time : April 05-07, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Fahmida Chowdhury
2. Mohammad Tazul Islam

11. Course No. : ST02/2011


a. Time : September 20-22, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Fahmida Chowdhury
2. Md. Zakir Hossain

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AGRICULTURAL FINANCING AND COMMODITY MARKET
1.T itle : Agricultural Financing and Commodity Market
2.D uration : 02 working days
3.F requency : 0 1
4.N ature : R esidential
5.T arget Group : Assistant General Manager and Senior Principal Officer or equivalent
o fficer
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
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 new Concepts and 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. C ontents
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 derivate, Credit Default Swap, Warehouse, Receipt and
Hedge Products for Agricultural and Commodity Market.
c. Cross-country Experiences - Participating with International Commodity Market through Web Link.
d. Scope of Financing, High Value Agriculture, Value Chain, Structuring Commodity Market and
Financing Thereof.
e. Developing Strategies and Possible Way Out for Overcoming the Challenges in Financing
Agriculture and Commodity Market.
f. Determinant Factors for Pricing of Commodity in the Market. Problems and Limitations Possible
Solutions.

10. Course No. : TW12/2011


a. Time : March 15-16, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Abdul Jalil Choudhury
2. Maksuda Khatun

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BANK RESTRUCTURING
1. Title : Bank Restructuring
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Deputy General Manager and Assistant General Manager or
equivalent Executive
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the concepts and motives of bank restructuring.
b. To discuss the techniques used in different forms of restructuring highlighting the impact of
restructuring on the financial system.

9. Contents
a. Different forms of Restructuring- Merger, Acquisition, Narrow Banking, Corporatization.
b. Merger: Concept, Classifications, Motives, Techniques, Potential Impact of Mergers on the
Profitability of the Merged Companies and Mechanism for Promoting Mergers.
c. Acquisition- Concept, Method, Accounting System and Valuation Techniques, Performance
Evaluation of both the Acquired Firm and Selling Firm.
d. Corporatization- Issues and Concepts, Potential Impact of Corporatization on the Performance of the
Banking Sector.
e. Experience of Bank Restructuring in the Developed and Developing Countries and Feasibility of
Adapting Specific Type of Restructuring in the Context of Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TW19/2011


a. Time : May 11-12, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Abed Ali
2. Mohammad Shafiullah

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BASEL II AND EMERGING ISSUES


1. Title : BASEL II and Emerging Issues
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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person. : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss the various banking risk and the issues related with capital management in the banking
sector of Bangladesh.
b. To analyze the structure of the Basel-II guidelines and to share the experience of current
implementation status of new capital adequacy guideline of Bangladesh Bank.

9. Contents
a. Key Risks in Banking Business.
b. General Framework of Basel-II, Minimum Capital Requirement, Supervisory Review Process and
Market Discipline.
c. Capital Adequacy Guideline of Bangladesh Bank.
d. Status of Basel II Implementation in Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TW11/2011


a. Time : March 14-16, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Md. Alamgir

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BASEL II: FINANCIAL STABILITY AND STRESS TESTING


1. Title : BASEL II: Financial Stability and Stress Testing
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or Equivalent Executives and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss and examine the theoretical and practical issues relating to different techniques and
strategies for effective stress testing of a bank.
b. To demonstrate the stress testing mechanism that is used in the banking industry of Bangladesh as per
guidelines of Bangladesh bank.

9. Contents
a. Rationality and General Framework of Financial Stress Testing and Basel-II.
b. Different Techniques for Financial Stress Testing.
c. Framework for Regular Stress Testing and Scope of Stress Test.
d. Methodology and Calibration of Shocks for Stress Testing Against Credit Risk, Interest Rate Risk,
exchange Rate Risk, Equity Price Risk and Liquidity Risk, etc.
e. Duration Gap and Price Sensitivity and Comprehensive Example of Stress Testing.

10. Course No. : TW21/2011


a. Time : June 01-02, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Md. Alamgir

11. Course No. : TW34/2011


a. Time : November 16-17, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Zakir Hossain

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BASEL II: SUPERVISORY REVIEW AND EVALUATION PROCESS


1. Title : BASEL II: Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or Equivalent Executives and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss and examine the elements and internationally accepted principles of Supervisory Review
and Evaluation Process (SREP).
b. To show the Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP).

9. Contents
a. Rationality and General Framework of Supervisory Review and Evaluation.
b. Internationally Accepted Principles of SREP and SRP-SREP Dialogue.
c. Risks not Covered under MCR of Basel-II Framework.
d. Risks to be Covered under SRP.
e. Financial Stress Testing and Internal Governance.

10. Course No. : TW17/2011


a. Time : April 27-28, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

11. Course No. : TW27/2011


a. Time : August 17-18, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Atul Chandra Pandit

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BEHAVIOR, WORK ENVIRONMENT AND JOB PERFORMANCE


1. Title : Behavior, Work Environment and Job Performance
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concept of behavior, organizational behavior and work
environment.
b. To develop knowledge and skill about Job Performance.

9. Contents
a. Individual Behavior and Organizational Behavior.
b. Analysis and Improvement of Human Behavior.
c. Work Environment.
d. Environment and Performance Relationship- Motivation and Job Performance
e. Empowerment, Participation and Personality
f. Quality of Work Life (QWL)

10. Course No. : TW03/2011


a. Time : January 26 - 27, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Fahmida Chowdhury
2. Mohammad Tazul Islam

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BOND MARKET OPERATIONS IN BANGLADESH


1. Title : Bond Market Operations 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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the operations of primary and secondary bond market in
Bangladesh.
b. To understand the bond market instruments and their pricing techniques.

9. Contents
a. Overview of Bond Market- Structure, Instruments and Regulations.
b. Interest Rate Determination- Coupon and Yield, Discount Rate, YTM, Yield Curve.
c. Bond Market Instruments and their Pricing Techniques.
d. Bond 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. Status of Bond Market in Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TW02/2011


a. Time : January 19 - 20, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Md. Mosharref Hossain

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND CORPORATE SOCIAL


RESPONSIBILITY
1. Title : Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
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 corporate governance
and corporate social responsibility.
b. To discuss status of corporate governance and corporate social responsibility in the context of banks.
c. To examine the feasibility of adopting international corporate governance standard and corporate
social responsibility principles of banks in Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Concepts of Corporate Governance Evolution of Governance Mechanism, Principles, Corporate
Governance in Banks, Internal Auditing, Reporting and Transparency.
b. Corporate Social Responsibility- Economics of Corporate Social Responsibility, Responsibility to
Society and other Stakeholders, Environmental Responsibility, Principles of Social Responsibility.
c. Status of Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in Banks in
Bangladesh, Regulatory Requirements, Feasibility of Adopting International Standard.

10. Course No. : TW06/2011


a. Time : February 09-10, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Tahmina Rahman

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CREDIT RISK GRADING


1. Title : Credit Risk Grading
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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enhance the capability of the participants for assessing credit risk associated with institutional
and commercial borrowers.
b. To discuss the ways of improving the quality of loan portfolio of a bank.

9. Contents
a. Credit Risk: Categories, Dimensions and Effects on Credit Decision Making.
b. Credit Risk Assessment: Borrowers Analysis, Industry Analysis, Suppliers and Buyers Analysis,
SWOT Analysis, Financial Analysis, Security Analysis.
c. Financial Spreadsheet Analysis- Common Size and Comparative Statement, Ratio Analysis and
Cash Flow Analysis.
d. Computation of Credit Risk- Grading Terms, Identification of Principal Risk Components and Key
Parameters.
e. Application of Risk Grading in Credit Decisions- Exceptions to Credit Risk Grading, Credit Risk
Grading Review and MIS on Credit Risk Grading.

10. Course No. : TW14/2011


a. Time : March 29-31, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Atul Chandra Pandit
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain

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E-COMMERCE, E-BANKING AND ONLINE MIS


1. Title : E-Commerce, E-Banking and Online MIS
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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss about the mechanism of E-Commerce and its implication in banks and financial
institutions.
b. To create awareness about E-Banking and online MIS and to discuss the role of E-Banking in
business growth and profitability in Banks.

9. Contents
a. Basic Concept of E-Commerce and its Application in Business Development.
b. Concept of E-Banking and its Present Status in Bangladesh.
c. Infrastructure Requirements for E-Commerce and E-Banking (ECEB).
d. Concept of EDI / EFT and Electronic Payment Methods.
e. Legal Framework and Firewalls and Transaction Security Issues of Implementing ECEB.
f. Concept of Online MIS and its Application in Business Development.

10. Course No. : TW08/2011


a. Time : February 22-24, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam

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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 : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts, types, operational procedure and modalities of
factoring, leasing and venture financing in the financial sector.
b. To discuss the current status and the issues in the context of Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Factoring- Domestic and International.
b. Factoring in Bangladesh Perspective, Present Status and Global Scenario.
c. Lease Financing- Concepts, Types, Areas, Benefits and Mechanism.
d. Lease Financing in Bangladesh and Global Scenario.
e. Venture Financing- Concepts, Screening Criteria, Importance and Process of Incubation.
f. Venture Financing in Bangladesh: Current Status, Practices and Problems.

10. Course No. : TW07/2011


a. Time : February 13 - 15, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammad Shafiullah
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURE AND PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP


1. Title : Financing Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnership
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss policy, rules, regulations in relation to infrastructure development under public and
private partnership, designing public-private infrastructure projects.
b. To familiarize the participants with operational issues relating to infrastructure development and
PPP financing.

9. Contents
a. Project Financing and PPP- Conceptual and Institutional Framework, Role of PPP in Infrastructure
and Economic Development.
b. PPP Legal and Regulatory Framework- National Policy on PPP, 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 involved in PPP
Structure, Their Role and Responsibilities, Role of Public and Private Sector Infrastructure Services
Provision through PPP.
d. Financing Infrastructure Projects- Concepts, Modes of Financing and Importance; Financial Models
for PPP Projects, High-tech Financial Instruments and Structuring of PPP Projects, Developing
Project Life Cycle, Project Feasibility Study.

10. Course No. : TW32/2011


a. Time : October 23-24, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Abdul Jalil Choudhury
2. Mohammad Shafiullah

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GREEN BANKING
1. Title : Green Banking
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 02
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss/analyze concepts, policy issues, rules, regulations, instruments and administrative
framework related to green banking.
b. To discuss the involvement of banks and other organizations for developing Green Banking in Global
Economy and in Bangladesh.
c. To examine the problems and potentialities of introducing Green Banking in Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Concept, Evolution, Policies, Regulations, Types, Environmental Issues, Involvement of Banks,
CSR and Green Banking, Stakeholders.
b. International Conventions, Treaties, Guidelines and Standards, Role of Inter-governmental
Organization, Environmental NGOs and Multinational Banks.
c. In-house Environment Management in banks, Online Banking and Green Banking, Energy
Efficiency, Paper Saving, Water Saving, Waste Management of Banks.
d. Product Ecology, Green Financing of Banks, Carbon Finance, Designing Green Project, Risk
Identification and Mitigation of Environmental Risk.
e. The Challenges and Potentials of Greening Bangladesh, Issues and Difficulties of Green Banking in
Bangladesh.
f. Reporting of Green Banking Initiatives, International and National Initiatives, GRI Guidelines.

10. Course No. : TW15/2011


a. Time : April 06-07, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

11. Course No. : TW31/2011


a. Time : October 19-20, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Tahmina Rahman

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ICC PUBLICATIONS FOR TRADE FACILITATION


1. Title : ICC Publications for Trade Facilitation
2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop the skill level 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-681
c. URR-725
d. URC-522
e. ISP
f. INCOTERMS 2010 and other ICC Publications
g. Implication of ICC Publications for Trade Payment Operation in Bangladesh

10. Course No. : TW16/2011


a. Time : April 19-21, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman

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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 (Specially
working in IT Security/Audit and Inspection/ IT Division/ Internal
Control Division)
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To enhance the participants skill to manage IS and IT resources of the bank 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. General Guidelines, Follow-up and Reporting Guidelines of IS Audit along with their Operational
Areas.
e. Information and Internet Security Issues, Cyber Crimes and Cyber Investigations, IT Act, ICT
Policy.

10. Course No. : TW23/2011


a. Time : July12-14, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Kaniz Rabbi

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INTEGRATED TREASURY MANAGEMENT


1. Title : Integrated Treasury 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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss and examine the theoretical and practical issues relating to techniques and strategies for
effective management of the treasury functions.
b. To enhance the participants skill in integrated treasury management.

9. Contents
a. Policies and Dimensions of Treasury Functions of a Bank.
b. ALM Policy, Structure and Implications.
c. Money Market and Bond Market Operations of a Bank.
d. Foreign Exchange Policy, Planning and Implications.
e. Relation between Money Market (MM) and Foreign Exchange Operations, Integrated Treasury
Operations.
f. Capital Market Operation.
g. Regulations Relating to Treasury Functions of a Bank.

10. Course No. : TW20/2011


a. Time : May 25-26, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Ruhul Amin

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INVESTMENT AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE OPERATIONS UNDER


ISLAMIC BANKING
1. Title : Investment and Foreign Exchange Operations under Islamic 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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To provide a clear understanding about the principles and practices of Islamic Banking.
b. To acquaint the participants with the operational procedures and functioning of the Islamic Banks.
c. To discuss the techniques, principles, documents and procedures adopted in investment and foreign
exchange operations in Islamic Banking.

9. Contents
a. Modes of Investment under Islamic Banking: 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.
b. Foreign Exchange Operations under Islamic Banking: BB Guidelines and ICC Publications vs.
Shariah Standard.
c. Investment and Foreign Exchange Operation under Islamic Banking and its Impact on BASEL II
Adoption.
d. Irregularities and Lapses in Shariah Compliance in Investment and Foreign Exchange Operations
under Islamic Banking.

10. Course No. : TW10/2011


a. Time : March 09-10, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Harun-ar-Rashid
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman

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LEGAL ASPECTS OF SECURITIES AND DOCUMENTATION


1. Title : Legal Aspects of Securities and Documentation
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 and Panel Discussion
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. Security- 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, The
Registration Act-2004, Stamp Act-1908 and Money Loan Court Act-2003.
c. Document 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. Course No. : TW26/2011


a. Time : August 16-18, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Q.G.M. Farooqi

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MANAGEMENT OF NON-PERFORMING LOANS AND RECOVERY


STRATEGIES
1. Title : Management of Non-performing Loans and Recovery Strategies
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 and Panel Discussion
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 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. Non-Legal Measures to Reduce the Level of Non-performing Loans, Compromise Proposals, Debt
Restructuring, Debt Securitization, Rescheduling and Rehabilitation Measures.
e. Legal Measures- Money Loan Court Act, Bankruptcy Act, PDR Act.
f. Recovery Techniques- Procedure of Handling Stuck-up Loan, Cases for Recovery before Filing Suits
and Procedure of Filing and Conducting Suits.
g. Bank Loan Recovery and Ethics in Banking.

10. Course No. : TW29/2011


a. Time : October 04-05, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Shahid Ullah

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MANAGING RISK IN AGRO-SECTOR FINANCING


1. Title : Managing Risk in Agro- Sector Financing
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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with emerging issues of agriculture financing.
b. To develop skills of participants for identifying, appraising, risk aspects of Agriculture Financing.
c. To acquaint the participants with the skill and knowledge on innovative financing techniques for the
mitigation of different risks.

9. Contents
a. Understanding the Agro- Sector Financing- Potentials and Problems.
b. Risk Aspects of Agro-Sector Financing- Credit Risk, Weather Risk, Price Risk, Yield Risk and
Others.
c. Risk Management Tools- Innovations in Collaterals or Collateral Substitute, Insurance, Risk
Mitigating Linkages, Insurance and Others.
d. Importance and Role of Commodity Exchanges for Risk Mitigation in Agro- Sector Financing.
e. Structured Finance in Agriculture for Risk Management.

10. Course No. : TW18/2011


a. Time : May 04-05, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. A.N.K. Mizan

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MICRO FINANCE AND FINANCIAL INCLUSION


1. Title : Micro Finance and Financial Inclusion
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, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the conceptual framework of micro finance and financial
inclusion and their role in economic development.
b. To enhance the skill of the participants for developing financial inclusion strategy and integrate this
mainstream with banking.

9. Contents
a. Financial inclusion- Concepts and Issues, Status in Bangladesh and International Experiences.
b. Characteristics of Microfinance Programs and the Regulatory Framework.
c. Role of Banks in Microfinance and Financial Inclusion.
d. Indexes of Financial Inclusion.

10. Course No. : TW24/2011


a. Time : July 27-28, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Zakir Hossain

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MIGRATION AND REMITTANCE ISSUES


1. Title : Migration and Remittance Issues
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Senior Principle Officer or equivalent officer and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the existing mechanisms of migration and remittance in the
context of Bangladesh.
b. To discuss various types of financial services suitable for the remitters and recipients and to motivate
the bankers in designing innovative products for improving financial services to the migrant workers.

9. Contents
a. Migration Process - Role of Different Agencies -Trend and Pattern of Migrant Workers from
Bangladesh- Developmental Role of Migration and Worker Remittances.
b. Trend and Magnitude of Worker Remittances from Abroad.
c. Regulatory Framework and Initiatives Affecting Remittance Flows: Role of the Government and the
Central Bank.
d. Various Remittance Systems/Procedures- Draft, EFT, SWIFT, Web Based Remittance System.
e. Financial Services to the Remitters and Recipients- Role of Banks in Bangladesh- Global Best
Practices.
f. Effective Financial Services for Migrants/Beneficiaries- Bankers' Motivations and Incentives.
g. Innovative Initiatives for Improving Financial Services to Migrants Beneficiaries.
h. Marketing of Financial Products and Migrant Friendly Financial Services by Banks.

10. Course No. : TW04/2011


a. Time : January 26 - 27, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Zakir Hossain

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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 : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager and Senior Principal Officer or equivalent
officer
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
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-2009 and Anti-Terrorist Act- 2009.
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-2009 and its Impact on Banks.
c. Senior Management Commitment and Money Laundering Prevention Act-2009: Compliance,
Policy Guidelines Including Compliance of KYC, TP, STR, CTR, etc.
d. Anti-Terrorist Act, 2009 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. Course No. : TW01/2011


a. Time : January 12 - 13, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Syed Ahmed Khan
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam

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PROBLEM SOLVING TOOLS AND MANAGEMENT DECISIONS


1. Title : Problem Solving Tools and Management Decisions
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop knowledge and skills about effective problem solving.
b. To familiarize the participants with different problem analyzing tools and action plan.

9. Contents
a. Problem- Identification, Analyzing and Resolving Techniques.
b. Decision Making: Importance, Limitations and Rationality.
c. Different Methods of Evaluating Decision.
d. Decision Making Situation- Under Certainty, Uncertainty and Risk Situation.
e. Decision Making Tools and Techniques: Multi Voting, Nominal Group Techniques, Grid Analysis,
Decision Tree, Force Field Analysis, Cost Benefit Analysis, T Chart, PMI, etc.
f. Modern Approaches of Decision Making: Decision Support System, Creativity and Innovations.

10. Course No. : TW30/2011


a. Time : October 12-13, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Md. Masudul Haque

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RETAIL BANKING AND CONSUMER FINANCING


1. Title : Retail Banking and Consumer Financing
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 and Panel Discussion
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 & 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. Course No. : TW05/2011


a. Time : February 02 - 03, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Q.G.M. Farooqi
2. Rexona Yesmin

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RISK BASED INTERNAL AUDIT AND SUPERVISION


1. Title : Risk Based Internal Audit and Supervision
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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To acquaint the participants with the concept of internal control mechanism and risk based Audit
and Inspection.
b. To develop knowledge and skill on the risk based audit in the context of core risks in banks.
c. To develop skill on the preparation of report on risk based audit.

9. Contents
a. Key Risk Areas in Banks and Financial Institutions- Risks in Asset Liability Management, Credit
Risk and Operational Risk.
b. Risk Based Audit- Concepts, Objectives and Guidelines for Implementation, Comparison with
Transaction Based Audit.
c. Overview of Basel-II, Linkages to Risk Based Audit and Risk Based Inspection.
d. Internal Control: Bangladesh Bank Guidelines, Policy and Process.
e. Money Laundering Prevention Act-2009 and Risk involved in Money Laundering: Bangladesh Bank
Guidelines for Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing.
f. Preparation of Audit Reports and Compliance: Necessary Actions Relating to Audit Report.
g. Risk Based Supervision- Concepts, Objectives and Bangladesh Bank Approaches.

10. Course No. : TW25/2011


a. Time : August 03-04, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Atul Chandra Pandit
2. Antara Zareen

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SECURITY ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT


1. Title : Security 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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concepts of investment, types of securities and markets.
b. To equip the participants with different analytical tools for security analysis and investment
decisions.
c. To develop skills of the participants for optimum portfolio formation as well as efficient management
of portfolio.

9. Contents
a. Introduction- Concepts 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; Modern Portfolio Theory,
Asset Pricing Models CAPM, APT, Efficient Frontier and Selection of Optimal Portfolio, Portfolio
Performance Analysis and Portfolio Management Strategies.
d. Debt Security Analysis- Risk, Liquidity, Coupon, Duration and Immunization and Estimating the
Binomial Tree.

10. Course No. : TW28/2011


a. Time : September 25-26, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammad Shafiullah
2. Md. Mosharref Hossain

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86

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT IN BANKS


1. Title : Strategic Management in Banks
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
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 management.
b. To develop knowledge about different issues relating to strategic management in banks.

9. Contents
a. Strategic Management- Concept, Needs, Importance, Objectives and Steps.
b. Competitive Analysis: Strategic Group Maps Competitors' Strategy.
c. Evaluating Bank Resources and Competitive Capabilities.
d. Strategy and Competitive Advantage: Generic Strategy, Systems and Structures for Executing
Strategies.
e. Corporate Governance, Culture, People and Leadership Issues in Strategic Bank Management.

10. Course No. : TW22/2011


a. Time : June 15-16, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. Mohammad Tazul Islam

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STRESS MANAGEMENT AND COUNSELING


1. Title : Stress Management and Counseling
2. Duration : 02 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To develop knowledge about stress management counseling and their effects on job performance.
b. To grow skill for managing time, stress and counseling.

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

10. Course No. : TW13/2011


a. Time : March 23-24, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Mohammad Tazul Islam
2. Md. Masudul Haque

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SUSTAINABLE BANKING
1. Title : Sustainable Banking
2. Duration : 03 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Assistant General Manager or equivalent Executive and above
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To discuss/analyze concept, rules and regulations relating to sustainable finance for pro-poor and
remote areas for bridging the financing gap.
b. To familiarize the participants with different models of sustainable finance practiced/ exercised
globally and thereby recommended for banking system of Bangladesh.
c. To share experience with the participants regarding the sustainable financing program of different
banks and NGOs.
d. To undertake an initiative for formulating policy and strategy on sustainable finance program for the
banking community of Bangladesh.

9. Contents
a. Sustainable Finance- Concept, Types, Modes, Dynamics, Rules, Regulations, Supply and Demand
in Microfinance, Poverty Alleviation Toolbox, Access to Financial Service, Financial Inclusion.
b. Dynamics of Sustainable Finance: Financially Self Sufficient Fls.
c. Shifting the Microfinance Paradigm- From Subsidized Credit Delivery to Commercial Financial
Services, Institutional Sustainability, entering formal financial Sector, Scale and Depth of Out
Reach and Basic Operating Principle, Economically Active Poor, Expand and Diversify their
Enterprises and Increase their Incomes.
d. Local Finance- Supply Leading Finance and it's Operation.
e. Savings and the New Micro Finance Sustainable Finance.
f. Benefits to Different Groups, Cross Country Experience Sharing and Strategy Formulation for
Banks.

10. Course No. : TW09/2011


a. Time : February 22-24, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Abdul Jalil Choudhury
2. Rexona Yesmin

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UCPDC 600 AND OTHER ICC PUBLICATIONS


1. Title : UCPDC 600 and other ICC Publications
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 and Panel Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty and Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

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

9. Contents
a. UCPDC 600 with Cases.
b. ISBP-681, URR-725 and other Publication of ICC.
c. Implications of UCPDC 600 and other ICC Publications for Trade Payment Operation in
Bangladesh.

10. Course No. : TW33/2011


a. Time : October 23-24, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman

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International Training Workshop Particulars


INTERNATIONAL TRADE PAYMENT AND FINANCE
1. Title : International Trade Payment and Finance
2. Duration : 04 working days
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Residential
5. Target Group : Executives working or likely to work in International Division and
Trade Services of Banks (both from Bangladesh and abroad)
6. Methods : Lecture, Group Discussion, Case Study and Group Discussion
7. Resource Person : BIBM Faculty, Professionals from Financial and other Institutions

8. Objectives
a. To familiarize the participants with the concept and issues of international trade payment and
finance.
b. To acquaint them with the techniques, laws, principles, documents and procedures adopted in
payment and financing of international trade.
c. To familiarize the participants with the operational exchange rates related to international trade
payment and finance.

9. Contents
a. International Trade and National Economy: Balance of Payment, Role of Banks in International
Trade Management.
b. Internal Guiding Framework of International Trade Payment and Finance: Exchange Control
Regulation, Currency Convertibility, Export Policy, Import Policy,
c. Different Methods of International Trade Payments: Cash in advance, Open Account, Documentary
Collection and Documentary Credit (LC).
d. International Guideline and ICC Publications: UCP 600, URR 725, ISBP 681, URC 522, Incoterms.
e. Various Contracts/ Papers/Documents Relating to International Trade Payment and its Financing:
Sales/Purchase Contract, Bill of Exchange, Transport Documents, Insurance Documents, Invoice
and other Documents.
f. Exchange Rate Mechanism for International Trade Management: Different Types of Exchange Rates
Applicable for Different Types of Trade Bills.
g. Trade Financing: Forms and Methods of Export Financing, Export Credit Guarantee Scheme,
Submission and Negotiation of Export Documents; Import Financing-Pre and Post Import
Financing.

10. Course No. : IT01/2011


a. Time : December 12-15, 2011
b. Coordination Team : 1. Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman

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Research Workshop Particulars


AN EVALUATION OF THE OPERATIONS OF TRADE PAYMENT
METHODS IN BANGLADESH
1. Title : An Evaluation of the Operations of Trade Payment Methods in Bangladesh
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of Trade Services/Executives in the Rank of AGM or equivalent and
above from the department of Trade Services
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Group Discussion and Formulation of Recommendation

7. Objectives of the Workshop Paper


a. To identify the existing practices of trade payment methods in Bangladesh for both export and import
along with examining the trends regarding the use of payment methods in Bangladesh and to
compare with the global practices.
b. To analyze the regulatory framework for trade payment methods and deviations experienced in
practice.
c. To capture the effects exerted by the domestic regulations on the payment modalities.
d. To predict the future changes in global trade practices affecting the payment modalities in
Bangladesh.
e. To check the awareness of the trading as well as the banking community regarding frequently used
payment methods as well as the guiding frameworks with a special focus on the Documentary Credit.

8. Workshop No. : RW06/2011


a. Time : November 17, 2011
b. Research and Coordination Team : 1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Mahmood-ur-Rahman
3. Antara Zareen

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AN IMPACT EVALUATION OF GREEN INITIATIVES OF BANGLADESH


BANK
1. Title : An Impact Evaluation of Green Initiatives of Bangladesh Bank
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Executives in the Rank of Assistant General Manager or Equivalent and above
from the Concerned Department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Group Discussion and Formulation of Recommendation

7. Objectives of the Workshop Paper


a. To identify the green initiatives by Bangladesh Bank and understand their contexts.
b. To examine the extent of the use of the BB's green funds and their implications for the commercial
banks and the end users.
c. To assess commercial banks' responses of the green policy and environmental risk management
initiatives of Bangladesh Bank.
d. To identify the difficulties and issues relevant for developing green practices by commercial banks
and ER practices by businesses (end-users of green products).

8. Workshop No. : RW02/2011


a. Time : July 10, 2011
b. Research and Coordination Team : 1. Dr. S M A Habib
2. Tahmina Rahman
3. Md. Shahid Ullah

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DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS OF BANKS : BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE


1. Title : Disclosure Requirements of Banks : Bangladesh Perspective
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Executives in the Rank of AGM or equivalent and above from the concerned
department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Group Discussion and Formulation of Recommendation
7. Objectives of the Workshop Paper
a. To identify the disclosure requirements of banks keeping the global practices and local regulatory
requirements in view.
b. To understand the present status of banks in terms of disclosure requirements.
c. To identify the issues relating to disclosure of banks that demand discussion.
8. Workshop No. : RW04/2011
a. Time : September 27, 2011
b. Research and Coordination Team : 1. Atul Chandra Pandit
2. Md. Mahabbat Hossain
3. Maksuda Khatun

FINANCING PPP PROJECTS : BANKS INITIATIVES


1. Title : Financing PPP Projects : Bank's Initiatives
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of Credit/Executives in the Rank of AGM or equivalent and above from
the Credit Division
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Group Discussion and Formulation of Recommendation

7. Objectives of the Workshop Paper


a. To examine the policy and regulatory issues regarding PPP projects in Bangladesh.
b. To identify and analyze the role of Central Bank (particularly refinancing system for PPP projects
through IPFF) and other participating financing institutions.
c. To identify the financing status in PPP projects by banks and NBFIs in Bangladesh.
d. To examine the financing techniques in PPP projects by financial institutes.
To find out the problems related to financing PPP Projects by financial institutions and way out
techniques.

8. Workshop No. : RW03/2011


a. Time : July 31, 2011
b. Research and Coordination Team : 1. Abdul Jalil Choudhury
2. Mohammad Shafiullah
3. Md. Ruhul Amin

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IMPLEMENTATION STATUS OF BASEL II : BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE


1. Title : Implementation Status of Basel-II: Bangladesh Perspective
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Executives in the Rank of Assistant General Manager or equivalent and above
from concerned department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Group Discussion and Formulation of Recommendation

7. Objectives of the Workshop Paper


a. To assess the current implementation status of Basel-II in the banking sector of the country.
b. To identify the challenges on the way to implementation of Basel-II in Bangladesh.
c. To raise the issues which need to be addressed for smooth implementation of Basel-II framework.

8. Workshop No. : RW05/2011


a. Time : October 27, 2011
b. Research and Coordination Team : 1. Md. Nehal Ahmed
2. Atul Chandra Pandit
3. Md. Alamgir

IMPLICATION OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK GUIDING LOAN RECOVERY


1. Title : Implication of the Legal Framework Guiding Loan Recovery
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Executives in the Rank of Assistant General Manager or equivalent and above
from concerned department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Group Discussion and Formulation of Recommendation

7. Objectives of the Workshop Paper


a. To discuss briefly the exiting legal infrastructure (including amendments) promulgated so far for
recovery of bank loans.
b. To identify the efforts other than legal measures towards recovery of bank loans.
c. To analyze and discuss the recovery status under Money Loan Court, Bankruptcy Act., Public
Demands Recovery Act.
d. To discuss the actual dimension of the problem through analysis of actual implications of poor loan
recovery in the banking sector in Bangladesh.

8. Workshop No. : RW01/2011


a. Time : May 19, 2011
b. Research and Coordination Team : 1. Syed Ahmed Khan
2. Q.G.M. Farooqi

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MOBILE BANKING IN BANGLADESH


1. Title : Mobile Banking in Bangladesh
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Head of IT/Executives in the Rank of AGM or equivalent and above from
concerned department
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Group Discussion and Formulation of Recommendation

7. Objectives of the Workshop Paper


a. To explore the various facets of different Mobile Banking models including its merits, demerits and
security issues.
b. To evaluate the readiness and current status of banks for Mobile Banking.
c. To know the economic aspects of Mobile Banking in Bangladesh.
d. To determine the impact of current mobile network infrastructure and telecommunication system of
Bangladesh to facilitate Mobile Banking.
e. To identify the role of government, central bank, scheduled banks and customers for rapid growth of
Mobile Banking.

8. Workshop No. : RW07/2011


a. Time : November 27, 2011
b. Research and Coordination Team : 1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
3. Kaniz Rabbi

RISK ASSESSMENT OF BANK'S INVOLVEMENT IN THE CAPITAL MARKET:


BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE
1. Title : Risk Assessment of Bank's Involvement in the Capital Market: Bangladesh
Perspective
2. Duration : 01 working day
3. Frequency : 01
4. Nature : Non-residential
5. Target Group : Executives in the Rank of AGM or equivalent and above from the concerned area
6. Methods : Paper Presentation, Group Discussion and Formulation of Recommendation

7. Objectives of the Workshop Paper


a. To assess the current position of banks regarding their exposure in the capital market.
b. To pinpoint the challenges towards banks' involvement in the capital market.
c. To assess the risks that are involved for banks' participation in the capital market through the
formation of brokerage houses and merchant banking as subsidiaries.
d. To mention various tools for measuring the risks of banks' involvement in the capital market and their
practical applicants.

8. Workshop No. : RW08/2011


a. Time : December 11, 2011
b. Research and Coordination Team : 1. Md. Alamgir
2. Md. Zakir Hossain

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Lecture Program Particulars


ELEVENTH NURUL MATIN MEMORIAL LECTURE ON ETHICS IN BANKING
1. Title : Eleventh 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. Tentative Date : To be decided

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Post Graduate Degree Program


MASTERS IN BANK MANAGEMENT (MBM)
Title of the Courses
FIRST YEAR CODE COURSES
TERM-I : 501 Business Communication and Report Writing
(January - April) 502 Business Mathematics
503 Principles of Accounting
504 Principles of Management
Viva - Voce
TERM-II : 505 Microeconomics
(May - August) 506 Principles and Practices of Banking
507 Business Statistics
508 Organizational Behaviour
Viva - Voce
TERM-III : 509 Marketing Management
(September -December) 510 Ethics in Banking and Legal Environment
511 Financial Management
512 Computer Applications in Banks
513 Practical Orientation in Banks

SECOND YEAR CODE COURSES


TERM-IV : 601 Macroeconomics and Monetary Theory
(January - April) 602 International Trade Payment and Finance
603 Project Appraisal and Management
604 Research Methodology
Viva – Voce
TERM-V : 605 Credit Management in Banks
(May - August) 606 Management of Financial Institutions
607 Central Banking, Regulation and Supervision
608 E-Commerce and E-Banking
Viva – Voce
TERM-VI : 609 International Finance
(September - December) 610 Strategic Management
* Elective Course
* Elective Course
Project Paper
Elective * For selection of the elective courses in the sixth term, one may choose any
Courses two of the following elective courses:
611 MIS in Banks and Financial Institutions
612 Bank Marketing
613 Management Accounting and Strategic Audit in Banks
614 Investment Banking and Innovations in Banking
615 Corporate Planning and Governance in Banks
616 Human Resources Development
617 Operations Research
618 Rural Banking and Micro Finance
619 Risk Management in Banks
620 Financial Derivatives and Engineering
*Subject to change

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EVENING MASTERS IN BANK MANAGEMENT (EMBM)

Title of the Courses


FIRST YEAR CODE COURSES
TERM-I : 501 Business Communication and Report Writing
(July-October) 502 Business Mathematics
503 Principles of Accounting
TERM-II : 504 Microeconomics
(November-February) 505 Principles and Practices of Banking
506 Principles of Management
Viva – Voce
TERM-III : 507 Business Statistics
(March-June) 508 Financial Management
509 Organizational Behaviour

SECOND YEAR CODE COURSES


TERM-IV : 601 Marketing Management
(July-October) 602 Ethics in Banking and Legal Environment
603 Computer Applications in Banks
Viva – Voce
TERM-V : 604 Macroeconomics and Monetary Theory
(November-February) 605 International Trade Payment and Finance
606 Project Appraisal and Management
TERM-VI : 607 Credit Management in Banks
(March-June) 608 Management of Financial Institutions
609 Investment Banking and Innovations in Banking
Viva – Voce

THIRD YEAR CODE COURSES


TERM-VII : 701 Central Banking, Regulations and Supervision
(July-October) 702 E-Commerce and E-Banking
703 International Finance
Viva – Voce
TERM-VIII : 704 Strategic Management
(November-February) * Elective Course
* Elective Course
Project Paper
* For selection of the elective courses in the eighth term, one may choose any
two of the following elective courses:
705 MIS in Banks and Financial Institutions
706 Bank Marketing
707 Management Accounting and Strategic Audit in Banks
708 Corporate Planning and Governance in Banks
709 Human Resources Development
710 Rural Banking and Micro Finance
711 Risk Management in Banks
712 Financial Derivatives and Engineering

* Subject to change

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Research Projects
Research Project No. 01
A Study on the Competitiveness of the Banking Industry in Bangladesh
Research Team:
1. Dr. Bandana Saha
2. Sk. Harun -ar- Rashid
3. Antara Zareen
Research Project No. 02
A Survey on the Potentials of Commodity Market Development in Bangladesh
Research Team:
1. Sk. Nazibul Islam
2. Tahmina Rahman
3. Rexona Yesmin
Research Project No. 03
Inclusive Banking and Inclusive Growth: Bangladesh Perspective
Research Team:
1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Tanweer Mehdee
3. Mahmood-ur- Rahman
Research Project No. 04
Information System Security in Banks: Bangladesh Perspective
Research Team:
1. Md. Shihab Uddin Khan
2. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam
3. Kaniz Rabbi
Research Project No. 05
Innovations in Rural Banking: Farmers Accounts and Sharecropper Financing
Research Team:
1. Abed Ali
2. Sk. Nazibul Islam
Research Project No. 06
Role of Banks in Women Entrepreneurship Development in Bangladesh
Research Team:
1. Fahmida Chowdhury
2. Md. Masudul Haque
3. Mohammad Tazul Islam
Research Project No. 07
SME Financing: Demand Side Problems and Supply Side Responses
Research Team:
1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. A.N.K Mizan
3. Md. Mosharref Hossain
Research Project No. 08
SME Credit Risk Model
Research Team:
1. Ashraf Al Mamun
2. A.N.K Mizan
3. Md. Mosharref Hossain

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Yearly Publication
INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF FINANCIAL SECTOR OF BANGLADESH
Chairman: Dr. Toufic Ahmad Choudhury

Banking Sector
Team Leader
Dr. S.M. Ahsan Habib

Members
1. Md. Mohiuddin Siddique
2. Md. Nehal Ahmed
3. Atul Chandra Pandit
4. Mahmood-ur-Rahman

Non-Banking Sector
Team Leader
Abdul Jalil Choudhury

Members
1. Tanweer Mehdee
2. Md. Alamgir
3. Mohammad Shafiullah
4. Md. Mosharref Hossain

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Faculty Symposium
Faculty Symposium 01
Date : April 03-04, 2011
Content: Draft Report Presentation of Research Workshop and Research Project to be held during April-June, 2011
1. Implication of the Legal Framework Guiding Loan Recovery (Research Workshop)
2. Innovations in Rural Banking: Farmers Accounts and Sharecropper Financing (Research Project)

Faculty Symposium 02
Date : June 26-28, 2011
Content: Draft Report Presentation of Research Workshops to be held during July-September, 2011
1. An Impact Evaluation of Green Initiatives of Bangladesh Bank (Research Workshop)
2. Disclosure Requirements of Banks : Bangladesh Perspective (Research Workshop)
3. Financing PPP Projects : Banks Initiatives (Research Workshop)

Faculty Symposium 03
Date : September 28-29, 2011
Content: Draft Report Presentation of Research Workshop to be held during October-December, 2011
1. Implementation Status of BASEL II: Bangladesh Perspective (Research Workshop)
2. Mobile Banking in Bangladesh
3. An Evaluation of the Operations of Trade Payment Methods in Bangladesh (Research Workshop)
4. Risk Assessment of Bank's Involvement in the Capital Market : Bangladesh Perspective (Research Workshop)

Faculty Symposium 04
Date : December 04-08, 2011
Content: Draft Report Presentation of Research Projects of 2011
1. A Study on the Competitiveness of the Banking Industry in Bangladesh (Research Project)
2. A Survey on the Potentials of Commodity Market Development in Bangladesh (Research Project)
3. Inclusive Banking and Inclusive Growth: Bangladesh Perspective (Research Project)
4. Information System Security in Banks: Bangladesh Perspective (Research Project)
5. Role of Banks in Women Entrepreneurship Development in Bangladesh (Research Project)
6. SME Financing: Demand side Problems and Supply Side Responses (Research Project)
7. SME Credit Risk Model (Research Project)

Faculty Symposium 05
Date : December 26-29, 2011
Content: Draft Presentation of Proposals of Research Workshops and Research Projects of 2012

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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 web. 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 at the bottom of home page.

Figure 1.0

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2. Click Bank Login for nomination. (Figure 1.1).

Figure 1.1

3. Write User Name and Password provided by BIBM. Click Login Now from figure 1.2.

Figure 1.2

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4. Your own Bank window for nomination will appear (Figure 1.3). Click View Course for Nomination from
left pannel.

Figure 1.3

5. Courses open for nomination will be viewed in the window (Figure 1.4). From this window select the
course you wnat to nominate by clicking Click Add Participant from Figure 1.4.

Figure 1.4

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6. Course name and other information requried sheet will come. The window will appear like Figure 1.5 and
fill up the form and click submit. After completing all submission click Home.

Figure 1.5

7.After filling-up the above form you may view the participant list by clicking view participant list from left
panel like Figure 1.6.

Figure 1.6

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8. Finally you have to Click the participant name from the above Figure 1.6 and the window will appear like
Figure 1.7. 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 Submission. Now final submission is done and no change or
deletion is possible.

Figure 1.7

9. To view final list of Participants selected by BIBM click Final Selected List from left panel (Not before
one week of the commencement of the course)

Figure 1.8

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10. After completing all task please Click Sign out. (Figure 1.9)

Figure 1.9

*** Contacts for further Query:


1. Sujan Kumar Ghosh, Training Officer, BIBM
Phone: 01734062566, 9003031-5, Ext-113
2. Md. Habibur Rahman, CSSA, BIBM
Phone: 01911759786, 9003031-5, Ext-211
3. Fahmida Chowdhury, Associate Professor, BIBM
Phone: 01715079240, 9003031-5, Ext-202
4. Md. Mahbubur Rahman Alam, Asistant Professor, BIBM
Phone: 01556323244, 9003031-5, Ext-222

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