RAM KUMAR GUPTA

FARIDABAD

AUTHOR: R.K.GUPTA Winner of the gold medal for two years consecutively in 1973 and 1974, the author is a banker having 38 years’ experience and continuing as guest faculty for all subjects of banking specifically on working capital finance more than 8 years in various banks across India. He has worked at the Oriental Bank of Commerce and made substantial changes in the credit policy keeping in view the difficulties faced by the field officials and framed credit risk management policy during the period 2005-2008. He had been teaching MBA finance for 2 years in ABES (IT) Group of Institutions NH-24 Ghaziabad as Asst Professor on working capital management, business Law, Management of Financial institutions, Entrepreneurship development, Business Ethics and Corporate Governance. CO-AUTHOR: HIMANSHU GUPTA He is B.Tech (Hons.) in Information Technology and MBA (Operations) from IIM-Kozhikode (2011), he currently works as Solution Architect for ERP solutions handling large projects across the globe. With more than a decade experience in software engineering and management across the industry domains, he is an avid reader with key interest in technology and Operations. CO-AUTHOR: HIMANSHU GUPTA He is B.Tech (Hons.) in Information Technology and MBA (Operations) from IIM-Kozhikode (2011), he currently works as Solution Architect for ERP solutions handling large projects across the globe. With more than a decade experience in software engineering and management across the industry domains, he is an avid reader with key interest in technology and Operations.



BOOKS PUBLISHED


This is the first book for bankers and students of MBA (Finance) on working capital in simple language covering various problems being faced by the new officers joining the banks since last one decade. This book is very convenient and understandable logically with all the ins & outs of the working capital management and its finance. It will prove to be a bible for all the officers who are working in the banks including the students of MBA (Finance) but have no background of financial terminology and its technical aspects with logical understanding. ...

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