Kishor Kalyan Mushrif
Finance, Banking Operations, Training and Development
Kishor Kalyan Mushrif is an alumnus of St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. He did his Masters in Management Studies form Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, specialization in Human Resource Management in 1973. As of now, He has 39 years of experience in Banking Operations and Training. He has been in Training and Development for more than 15 years with Standard Chartered Bank, India, in Mumbai in the area of Manpower Development and Training, Trade Finance and Risk Identification,Banking Operations,Foreign Exchange and NRE Accounts. He has been a member of Team of Trainers in Corporate Banking with DUAL reporting line, one to the Head of Corporate Banking in India and another to Head of Corporate Banking HR in Singapore.
During his stay with Standard Chartered Bank, he participated for three weeks in a workshop on Documentary Credits for Software Developers, organized by a Swiss bank in Zurich. He also conducted training in Trade Finance in Philippines and Singapore for the Bank and participated in a few meets of International Trainers of the bank in Singapore.
In Standard Chartered Bank, he introduced Trade Finance Assessments in India. This was acknowledged at the Group Level in Singapore. He also pioneered Email based learning support and ran it for more than one and a half years. He retired voluntarily from SCB on 31st March 1999.
After retirement he worked on developing content in banking operations, foreign exchange, trade finance, and documentary credits etc. and also conducted training programs for banks. He also worked as Domain Specialist for a Software Development Company specializing in banking software.
He also worked as Head of Training for Indus Bank Limited, in Mumbai. He was responsible for co-ordination and conduct of various training programs and used to have at least two programs of six days each every month.
In Indus Bank he introduced E Learning across the bank. He was responsible for identification of the vendor and also for editing and contributing to the content that went into the E Learning Modules. He created a Test Bench covering all the seven modules, which comprised the eLeaning Site.
He worked with Gurukul Online Learning Solutions Pvt. Limited in Mumbai and developed “www.bankingvarsity.com” which presently contains more than 15 courses in commercial banking of which about 10 have been developed by him.
He worked with Dun and Bradstreet in its Financial Education Solutions division as a Faculty Associate in Banking.
He has also beena Professor of Banking in Top Business Schools of India and is now Program Head [Banking] with BSE Institute.
As a ‘BANKING TRAINER’ his areas of expertise in training for banking are ‘Trade Finance Operations and Risk Management, Foreign Exchange and NRI Banking, Introduction to Banking Operations, Negotiable Instruments in Operations, Documentary Credits, Workshop on Collections and Bank Guarantees, Exchange Control in International Trade, International Standby Practices.
He has developed excellent and vast question bank in above areas of banking as well as in other areas such as Standby Letters of Credit, RTGS and Other payment systems, Banking Services, Bankers Responsibilities and Rights etc.
His training programs are conducted in an interactive manner and with the help of lots of real life examples and case studies. Each participant is provided with excellent and up to date Training material and PPTs. A pre course and post course test can also be provided at the option of the client.
For 19 years, Kishor has been IN BANKING OPERATIONS with INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK.
He joined Indian Overseas Bank as a Probationary Officer and worked for 19 years in various supervisory roles in branch operations. He specialized in Retail Banking, Trade Finance and Foreign Exchange business of the bank. He had a few distinctions to his credit, such as being recognized for excellence in customer service and helping in turnaround of a 100% EOU, who was a borrower customer of his bank.
Apart from benefit of experience of banking operations on a very wide scale, He also had benefit of attending a number of training programs in banking, conducted by the bank internally.