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Who should attend
Ideal candidates would typically include members of senior management from financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies, financial regulatory agencies, asset managers, asset owners, central banks and sovereign wealth funds.
About the course
Developing Asia's Extraordinary Leaders
Acquire new perspectives on financial leadership through the lens of global business leaders and policymakers. Developed by NUS Business School in partnership with industry leaders, the Asia Leaders in Financial Institutions (ALFI) programme epitomizes thought leadership, experiential learning and inspirational exposure.
The programme begins in Singapore with several days of intensive learning through discussions, lectures, case studies, simulations, role-playing and exercises on financial leadership. These will be interspersed with dialogue sessions with senior public and industry leaders, including site visits to financial institutions in global cities for experiential learning and networking. In addition, you will be expected to work in small teams on personalised and structured projects.
- Central banking and policies
- Asian economies
- Shadow banking
- Doing business in ASEAN
Global Asia markets
- Global financial crisis
- Consumer behaviour in financial markets
- Retirement finance and the ageing population
- Liquidity, transparency and financial risk management
Executive leadership training
- Charismatic leadership
- Pragmatic leadership
- Leadership and change management in turbulent times
- Transformation and services innovations
- Leadership in the digital age
Corporate governance, risk management and compliance
- Comparative corporate governance
- Managing across diverse and changing regulatory regimes
- Principles of legal ethics in a global financial environment
- Managing risk: Developing a strong risk culture
- Sustainability for growth
Technology in financial services
- Harnessing the power of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
- Fintech – challenges and opportunities
- Impact of technology on the future of financial services
- Digital transformation and cyber security
- Deepen your understanding of the financial and business landscape in Asia, framed by the dynamics of the global environment
- Engage with speakers who range from CEOs of top financial institutions to central bank governors
- Become part of a high-level network of global financial leaders and enjoy NUS Business School Executive Education alumni status recognition.
KPMG Professor of Management Studies PhD (University of Southampton) Research interests Leadership effectiveness, trust building, maintenance and repair, organisational justice, executive pay and bonuses, behavioural economics and decision-making, behavioural ethics, creativity and innovation,...
Education PhD, Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MPhil, Nuffield College, University of Oxford, England BA, Trinity College, University of Toronto Positions Held At Haas since 1986 2009 – present, Bernard T. Rocca, Jr. Chair in International Business & Trade, Haas School of ...
Kulwant Singh is a Professor in the Department of Strategy & Policy at NUS Business School. Dr Singh`s research focuses on firm adaptation to exogenous shocks, particularly in the context of firm alliances, and strategy in the Asia Pacific region. His research has been published in the Strate...
Sumit Agarwal is the Low Tuck Kwong Professor at the School of Business and Professor in the departments of Economics, Finance and Real Estate at the National University of Singapore. Previously, he held positions as a Professor of Finance at Georgetown University, senior financial economist in t...
Education Qualifications PhD, Finance, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, Chicago, III, 1984 MBA, Finance, Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago, Chicago, III, 1981 B.A (Hon), Economics and Mathematics, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, 1979 R...
Jai Arya is a member of the Board of the UK based research consultancy, the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF). He is also Adviser to the Dean, NUS Business School, Singapore, as well as their Head of Executive Education. In addition Mr. Arya is also an independent directo...
Navtej S. Nandra was formerly the President of E*TRADE Financial Corporation. He currently serves on the boards of directors at the Centre of Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO), NUS Business School, and Edelweiss Financial Services. Prior to E*TRADE, he was Head of International fo...
Anthony Neoh is Dean's Visiting Professor at NUS Business School and a senior member of the Hong Kong Bar, active in civil appellate, international litigation and arbitration cases. He was a civil servant in the Hong Kong Government from 1966 to 1979. In 1979, he commenced private legal practice ...
Education Qualifications Ph.D., Finance, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, USA, 1993 M.S., Finance, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University, USA, 1992 B.S., Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, 1986 Research Interest Qua...
Professor Mohan Kankanhalli is the Dean of NUS School of Computing where he is the Provost’s Chair Professor of Computer Science. Before becoming the Dean in 2016, He was the NUS Vice Provost (Graduate Education) during 2014-2016 and Associate Provost (Graduate Education) during 2011-2013. Earlie...
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