Master the art of finance

Executive MBA
in Financial Services

India's financial services sector symbolizes the economic progress and potential, projected to experience rapid growth until 2035 due to increasing incomes, government emphasis on financial inclusion, and digital adoption, with digital payments in India predicted to surpass $1 trillion by 2030. The Executive MBA in Financial Services program aims to enhance skills and excellence through innovative teaching methods, providing global knowledge and skill sets. The field of financial services encompasses banking, investment management, insurance, financial planning, and more. The industry presents abundant career opportunities and growth potential due to the rising demand for financial advice and services. Through the ISU Executive MBA program, you can acquire the essential skills and knowledge to succeed and secure your desired job.

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Duration
2 Years

4 Semesters

Location
Kharghar
Eligibility
Working Professionals

Graduate from UGC recognized University/ listed in AIU*(overseas) with minimum 2+ years of work experience

Format
Hybrid

Weekend Classroom-Based Program

Commencement Date
February 2024

Program Highlights
  • Research Project
    (Specialization Based)
    Capstone Project
  • Membership Of CISI
    (Chartered Institute For Securities),UK
  • Trending Masterclasses
    By Insdustry Stalwarts
  • Experiential Learning-
    Based Pedagogy
  • Futuristic Electives &
    CAPs (Career Advancement Programs)
  • Simulation Lab &
    Leadership Lab (Theroy U Tool)

Program Mavens
  • Jim Saveland
    Jim Saveland, USA
    Facilitator
  • Pooja Joshi
    Pooja Joshi, USA
    Facilitator
  • Dr. Deepthy Raghavendra
    Dr. Deepthy Raghavendra
    Chief Mentor
  • Prof. Krupesh Thakkar
    Prof. Krupesh Thakkar
    Chief Mentor
  • Dr. Kalpana S. Kumara
    Dr. Kalpana S.Kumara
    Chief Mentor
  • rof. Devyani Chakravarty
    Prof. Devyani Chakravarty
    Chief Mentor
  • Mr. Jasneet Bindra
    Mr. Jasneet Bindra
    CISI Country Head
  • Dr. Amarjeet Singh
    Dr. Amarjeet Singh, USA
    CAIA & CMT (USA), MCSI (UK) 
  • Mr. Anil Suvarna
    Mr. Anil Suvarna
    FM Expert
  • Mr. Gaurang Desai
    Mr. Gaurang Desai
    Program Advisor
  • Mr. Suyog Sonawne
    Mr. Suyog Sonawne
    Program Advisor

Financial Services
Industry Insights
  • The financial services sector in India, contributing 6% to the GDP, is experiencing rapid growth and includes commercial banks, development finance institutions, non-banking financial companies, insurance companies, cooperatives, mutual funds, and payment banks.

  • India's private wealth management industry has significant potential, with an expected 6.11 lakh HNWIs (High Net-Worth Individuals) by 2025, positioning India as the fourth-largest private wealth market globally by 2028.

  • The insurance market in India is projected to reach US$250 billion by 2025, offering an opportunity of US$78 billion in additional life insurance premiums from 2020-2030.

  • Mutual funds have gained popularity among retail investors as a convenient and cost-effective means of stock market investment. The availability of direct plans has further enhanced accessibility and affordability for the average investor.

  • India is a booming fintech market, set to reach $150 billion by 2025. It ranks third globally, with 7,300+ startups and $30.2 billion in funding, projected to hit $200 billion revenue by 2030.

  • IDC predicts that by 2026, 85% of organizations will utilize AI and ML to enhance productivity, and the BFS sector's initiatives aim to empower individuals and improve their financial well-being through AI-powered personalized experiences and robo-assistants.

  • The use of AI and ML in the banking industry is transforming operations, with 74% of banking executives believing AI will completely transform the industry, according to Insider Intelligence.

The job market in the financial services sector is highly competitive and dynamic, with a growing demand for professionals who possess a combination of technical expertise, strategic thinking, and leadership skills. The ISU Executive MBA program in Financial Services equips students with the knowledge, skills, and industry insights necessary to thrive in this sector. With a rigorous curriculum, experienced faculty, and networking opportunities, the program prepares students for leadership roles and opens doors to a wide range of career opportunities in banking, investment management, insurance, and more.


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Frequently Asked Questions
  • How does ISU’s Executive MBA in Financial Services help in rebooting your career?

    An Executive MBA in Financial Services from ISU can be helpful in rebooting your career in a number of ways. It can provide you with a deep understanding of Financial Services. This knowledge can be valuable in a variety of roles within the financial industry, such as financial analyst, portfolio manager, or risk manager.

  • How does ISU’s Weekend Executive MBA help?

    ISU’s Weekend Executive MBA programs are designed for working professionals who want to pursue an MBA while continuing to work full-time. These programs typically meet on weekends or in the evenings, allowing students to continue working during the week.

  • What are the job prospects in India's Financial Services sector?

    The job prospects in India's financial services sector are quite good, as the sector is growing rapidly and undergoing significant changes due to digitization, regulatory reforms, and increasing competition. Some of the key areas within the financial services sector where there are good job prospects include Banking, Insurance, Asset Management and Fintech.

  • What is the admission process?

    The student needs to complete the Application Form, submit their SOP (Statement of Purpose) to the admission team, proceed with the PI round and shortlisted candidates secure admission.

  • What are the various job profiles in the Financial Services sector?

    The financial services sector offers a wide range of job profiles across different domains such as banking, insurance, investments, and more. Some job profiles in the financial services sector are Financial Analyst, Investment Banker, Risk Manager, Credit Analyst, Financial Advisor and Financial Planner.

  • Why should working professionals do ISU’s Executive MBA in Financial Services?

    ISU offers a prestigious Executive MBA in Financial Services program that imparts high-quality education for industry success. With experienced faculty well-versed in Financial Services and other business domains, students gain valuable insights and guidance throughout their journey. ITM's 30+ years of excellence, value system, and industry stalwart faculty contribute to countless success stories. The program's tailored curriculum and action-oriented pedagogy bridge the theory-practice gap, while the "3S" pedagogy (Self, Social & Sustainability) and Leadership Lab's theory "U" journey foster a transformative shift from "I" to "We" thinking.

  • Is an Executive MBA in Financial Services a trending skillset ?

    The financial services industry is constantly evolving and changing, and as a result, an Executive MBA in financial services from ISU can be a valuable and trending skill set. Financial Services professionals are in high demand, as businesses and organizations rely on their expertise to make informed decisions about investments, risk management, and other financial matters.

  • How are the classes conducted?

    We provide hybrid Learning that seamlessly integrates offline weekend classes and online weekday sessions, enabling working professionals to balance their work commitments while pursuing further education.