Monday, May 25, 2009

IFC - Videos














Toxic assets discussion opens

Compared to foreign banks, Indian banks are in a better shape

Banks are paying attention to AML (anti money laundering) solutions
KYC (know your customer) and AML are interlinked

How customers benefit from bank automation

Banks consider the payback period when deciding on the CBS (core banking solution)

Is there a separate technology solution for rural banking

Performance of payment gateways has improved

Technology used in banks can track suspicious transactions and trigger action
Banks can track the IP of users

Is there a separate technology solution for rural banking

Performance of payment gateways has improved

Technology used in banks can track suspicious transactions and trigger action

Banks can track the IP of users


On mobile banking

Stanley-Opening remarks

Neil-I foresee the growth of knowledge-intensive industries

Neil-On the objective of the book
Neil-Additional data points from the developments in recent years

Neil-We are trying to understand how an industry begins from nowhere and achieves a global status

Neil-Export strategy of IT has to be more balanced geographically

Neil-IT services vs BPO

Neil-Going up the value chain is a natural progression
Neil-Quality of management is a key difference between India and China

Stanley-Indian managers are more articulate, with a greater outward orientation, than in the case of China

Stanley-Indian students and employees have no reluctance to relocate geographically

Neil-NRI investment in India is relatively low

Neil-Importance of catering to domestic market

Stanley-Observations about the domestic market behaviour in India and China

Stanley-Book launch events at other places

Neil-Interest of the US audience in India and China

Neil-The big challenge now is SME development

Neil-Among exciting areas of research is the integration of the poor in the market economy

Neil-Fortune at the bottom of the pyramid, not just the market, but as suppliers, too

Neil-During the upswing of the economic cycle, the relevance of institutions is not appreciated

Neil-Huge gaps in the Indian society

Neil-Corporate governance and survival

Ramaswamy-SEZs (special economic zones) became land business, and that has to change

Ramaswamy-What should be the ideal size for SEZ

Ramaswamy-Infrastructure is the best tool to pry open the economy and combat slowdown

Ramaswamy-Once the regulators are appointed for infrastructure, transparency and closure will improve

Ramaswamy-Infrastructure development has to ensure the rural connect

Ramaswamy-With greater mechanisation in infrastructure development, do we end up with poor job growth

Ramaswamy-Toll model can succeed if the project is fast-tracked
Ramaswamy-Delhi Metro was well-planned

Partho-Only when innovation economics works, sustainable development is possible

Philip-All admissions are merit-based, and the genders are equally represented

Philip-Among management schools, XIME is the first to start a one-year construction management programme for engineers
Aroon-Exprience of setting up manufacturing facility in China

Pankaj-Forthcoming study on the role of clusters in the performance of IT and hardware firms


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