IIMB Partners with Gabelli School of Business for Launching an Executive Education Program

The iconic management college, the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB), has unveiled the news of its highly anticipated Executive Education Program focused on ‘Digital Disruptions and Emerging Technologies in Financial Services.’ The premier educational institute has collaborated with the Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University, in New York City for giving shape to the crucial program.

According to the latest piece of information, the Executive Education Program will be disbursed in a period of fifteen days, including a five-day module at the NYC college. New York City is well-known for being a nurturer for Fintech niche, and so the participants of the program will get a golden opportunity to come across the praise-worthy expertise of some leading startups of the Fintech arena.

The notable program by the two leading institutes will be executed under the leadership of Professor Pulak Ghosh of IIM Bangalore and Professor Sudip Gupta of Gabelli School of Business.

Madan Mohan Raj, who serves as the Chief Program Officer for the Executive Education program at IIM Bangalore quoted that “The program, with its accent on conceptual building blocks and immersive learning experience through field trips and projects, will fill the long-felt need for a quality program in the Fintech space in India.”

The reports suggest that the interested participants of the program will be required to put in their best efforts while working on a digital disruption project in accordance to his/her field under the guidance of a faculty mentor. The concluding phase of the program will include a seminar, a panel discussion with the best minds of the industry, and project presentations by the participants.

Jodie Miller

Jodie Miller is experienced journalist. She holds double degree in journalism and communication. She joined our team as a content curator. She enjoys writing and curating contents related to finance and forex world.

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