About the Conference

The theme for the Asia-Pacific Association of Banking Institutes' (APABI) International Conference-2015 is "New Paradigms in Banking". The conference will bring together industry captains, policy makers, thought leaders and scholars of the most important industry who will share their perspectives on the issue in a thought provoking environment. The changing customer preferences, introduction of new regulatory guidelines, development in IT, evolving social media, inclusive banking etc. will lead to different models in banking sector. Each Bank might have experienced and exploring innovative models in different segments of banking operations.

Speakers’ Profile

Mr. M.V. Tanksale,
Chief Executive, IBA

Mrs. V. R. Iyer,
Member (Finance & Investments)
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India

Mr. Arun Tiwari,
Chairman and Managing Director of Union Bank of India

Shri S.R.Bansal,
Chairman & Managing Director of Corporation Bank

Mrs. Usha Ananthasubramanian,
MD & CEO, Punjab National Bank

Mr. A.P. Hota,
Managing Director & CEO of National Payments Corporation of India

Dr. A. S. Ramasastri,
Director of IDRBT

Mr. H R Dave,
Deputy Managing Director of NABARD

Mr. Rajnish Kumar,
Managing Director (Compliance & Risk) of State Bank of India

Mr. Saurabh Tripathi,
Consultant, Boston Consulting Company

Mr. Shishir Mankad,
Senior Vice-President with Axis Bank and
heads Products & Solutions for Transaction Banking

Mr. Ashwani Kumar,
Chairman & Managing Director, Dena Bank

Mr. Chris Harvey,
Managing Director & Global Industry Leader of Financial Services,Deloitte Hong Kong

Mr. Pramod Kumar Panda
Principal & CGM, CAB,RBI

Mr. Sanjib Subba,
CEO of National Banking Institute (NBI), Nepal.

Mr. Tyrone Chen,
Executive Vice President, Taiwan Academy of Banking & Finance.

Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib,
Professor and Director [Training] of Bangladesh [BIBM]

Dr.Jibendu Narayan Misra
CEO of the IIBF


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About Delhi & Agra

Delhi sometimes referred to as Dilli, is the second largest city in India, with over 11 million residents, the eight largest metropolis in the world by population.