Bangalore: Au FINANCIERS, a Jaipur-based Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC), with a final license from RBI to setup up a ‘Small Finance Bank’ (SFB) by April 2017, has partnered with Manipal Global Education Services (MaGE) to offer a transformational program for 2,000 employees of Au FINANCIERS.
The role-based training program will cover Branch Managers, Assistant Branch Managers, Tellers-Cashiers, Branch Sales Managers and Asset Workforce. The first batch of the banking training programme was inaugurated by Mr. Sanjay Agarwal, Managing Director, Au FINANCIERS, at Manipal’s Jaipur campus on 13 February 2017.
Mr Sanjay Agarwal, Managing Director, Au FINANCIERS said, “AU FINANCIERS is taking a big leap towards changing the way banking is offered to customers in India. For providing such level of services, we need our customer interface to have the best of training. Going by the reputation Manipal has in this field, it was the natural choice for our training partners. I look forward to a seamless service platform of AU SFB maintained by our proficient managers.”
Mr S. Vaitheeswaran, MD and CEO, Manipal Global said, “In the past few years, Manipal has helped several banking and non-banking financial institutions in the area of capacity building. We train officers in advanced banking programmes and equip them with the requisite skills and competencies to improve efficiency. In a sector that is witnessing rapid changes and development, the need of the hour is to improve productivity. Our training programmes harness the potential of officers and keep them abreast of the changing needs and requirements of the industry.”
Manipal Global has launched several joint initiatives similar to the aforementioned initiative with leading banks and financial institutions, offering learning solutions to over 32 banks and financial institutions. With a focus on developing necessary competencies and building domain knowledge, Manipal Global’s solutions fulfil the human resource requirements of the banking and financial sectors to enhance productivity of banks by transforming their human capital.
The collaboration will ensure that the employees of AU FINANCIERS, an upcoming SFB, will be productive from day one of its operations so that customers get the best services