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IIM Bangalore launches a programme with Gabelli School of Business

“The programme, 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 programme in the Fintech space in India,” said Madan Mohan Raj, chief prog...

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Nov 13, 2019, 12.12 PM IST
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IIMB has been doing research in business analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and its application to Fintech.
Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore has launched a new executive education programme in ‘Digital Disruptions and Emerging Technologies in Financial Services’ along with the Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University, in New York City (NYC).

The 15-day programme has a five-day module at NYC with the rest of the course being delivered at the IIMB. Professor Pulak Ghosh from IIM Bangalore and Professor Sudip Gupta from Gabelli School of Business will lead the programme through its design and delivery phases.

“The programme, 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 programme in the Fintech space in India,” said Madan Mohan Raj, chief programme officer, executive education programmes at IIMB.

A seminar, a panel discussion with leading industry experts, and project presentations will be part of the concluding module of the programme, stated an IIM Bangalore release.

IIMB has been doing research in business analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and its application to Fintech. “So as the next logical step, IIMB has launched this programme in collaboration with Gabelli School of Business,” stated the release.

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