Geneva Graduate School of Governance (GGSG) signed the strategic partnership agreement with Global Risk Management Institute (GRMI) on June 14, 2017 in New Delhi. The agreement was signed between Dr. Bernard BoÃ«ne, Chancellor of GGSG and Subhashis Nath, Mentor of GRMI.
The day-long event was attended by luminaries from the corporate and academic sectors like Sanjeev Chaudhari, Partner, KPMG & Council Member ICAI; Vishesh Chandok, Managing Partner, Grant Thornton; Sarabjeet Singh, Partner, BMR; D Shivkumar, CEO, PepsiCo India; Afzal Modak, GSF Management LLC; Pervin Malhotra, Leading Career Counselor; Prof. Madhu Vij, FMS, University of Delhi; Prof. JL Gupta, MDI Gurgaon to name a few.
Dr. Bernard announced, “I am extremely happy to be here in India to formally start our partnership with the Global Risk Management Institute. Both schools share the same vision about the future of risk management. Our classes will cover business and economic risks as well as physical (natural, industrial, public health and security) hazards.”
The strategic alliance between GRMI and GGSG would entail knowledge sharing, exchange programmes for students, exchange of faculty, among many benefits for the students. The Post Graduate Certificate in Risk Management (PGCRM) will be jointly issued by GRMI and GGSG. The curriculum with 13 specialised segments covers end-to-end fundamentals of risk management across multiple industry verticals like, finance, manufacturing, banking, retail, hospitality, operational, compliance and credit.
On behalf of GRMI, Nath said, “We see our strategic partnership with The Geneva Graduate School of Governance (GGSG), as a win-win situation for all the students enrolling for the course. Our combined initiative to address this sunshine segment will add unprecedented value to the industry and economy. GRMI will provide future business leaders beyond the Indian context at the very highest levels. With formal training we expect bright Indians to become future world leaders in this space of rapidly growing demand.” Mr. Nath is a Senior Global Partner and Board Member at Genpact Enterprise Risk Consulting Services. He has worked with the Global Center of Excellence of Ernst & Young, and nine years with Arthur Andersen.
Woven into the curriculum, case studies have been developed in association with Global CXOs of Fortune 500 Companies across the globe and large business houses in India that will help the students to add practical knowledge and experience along with academic excellence. Students of PGCRM would have the option to pursue a seven to 10 week programme in advanced Risk Management in Geneva or online for a Masters in Risk Management with the Geneva Graduate School of Governance.
The students would benefit from the strategic alliance as GGSG specialises in Risk & Disaster Management, Management of Energy & Natural Resources, Labour Management & Migration, International Governance, Trade and Development, Conflict Management & Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Entrepreneurship, Economy, Culture & Society and International Environmental Issues, while Global Risk Management Institute (GRMI) is the only comprehensive risk management institute in India, going beyond the conventional financial and insurance sectors in its future driven curriculum.
The first batch of Post Graduate Certificate in Risk Management (PGCRM) will commence on July 3, 2017.
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