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  1. A. Mr. Lalit Popli (Head – IT , ICICI Prudential AMC ) B. Mr. Govind Shrikande ( MD , Shoppers Stop ) C. Mr. Aashish Somaiyaa ( CEO , Motilal Oswal AMC ) D. Intro to…
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  • 1. A. Mr. Lalit Popli (Head – IT , ICICI Prudential AMC ) B. Mr. Govind Shrikande ( MD , Shoppers Stop ) C. Mr. Aashish Somaiyaa ( CEO , Motilal Oswal AMC ) D. Intro to Capital Market F. Know Your Customer & AML E. Record Management G. Application of Six Sigma in Service Industry H. KAIZEN A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S I.Show Why You Want The Job J.What do equity shares actually mean? K.Facebook Brings Free Mobile Internet Access L.Choose the Right Tax Saving option M.Questions to ask Before accepting a new job N.The Right Resume Format To Get You Noticed O.Extent your Personal Brand with an Elevator Speech P.Facebook Claims Two Million Advertisers Q.Avoid things when breaking up with Boss R.3 Habits of the Ultra-SuccessfulS.
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  • 16. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Some about Stock Exchange Stock Exchange is a Platform where buyers & sellers meet. It is a Place to buy and sell shares. It’s a bridge between demanders of fund and suppliers of fund. Government, Companies, Institutions, Retail Investors, Mutual Funds are major participants in Capital Market.
  • 17. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Capital market is a market for long term source of funds Market having maturity of more than one year Instruments involved in Capital Market are Shares, Preference Shares, Debentures & Bonds. Money Market is a market for short term source of funds Market having maturity of less than one year Instruments involved in Money Market are T-Bills, Commercial Paper, Inter-corporate Deposit & Certificate of Deposit.
  • 18. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Classification of Stocks Large Caps – greater than Rs. 9000 cr. Mid Caps – between Rs. 2500 to Rs. 9000 cr. Small Caps – between Rs. 250 to Rs. 2500 cr. Micro Caps – less than Rs. 250 cr. Categorization A – Blue Chip Stocks B1 & B2 – Normally Mid Caps T Group – More risky Z Group – Problematic Stock
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  • 20. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Record Management Record means proof of existence and that can be used to recreate or prove state of existence. Before storing it to the external vendor few steps of RMC activities are carried out in-house  In warding & Indexing ( Term wise)  Sorting & Filling  Dispatch (to external vendor) Logical Indexing helps you to take a decision in storing the document
  • 21. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S New Automated RMC helps in increasing productivity, less space required for storing as all documents got indexed, got Real Time Monitoring & MIS generation and has Online Reconciliation. Cost Reductions took place as elimination of CD backups, cost reduction with vendors as volumes & frequency increased also shredded docs can be sold to scrap vendors. Automation is vital for every process. It increases productivity & time.
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  • 23. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Objectives of Know Your Customer & AML Know your customer. Know his business/place of work. Know his source of funds. Know his economics status. Elements Guiding AML – KYC Customer acceptance policy. Customer Identification procedure. Risk Management. Monitoring flow of funds.
  • 24. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING Money Laundering Means Directly or Indirectly. Assist or be involved. Process funds connected with proceeds of crime. Project it as untainted property. Financial Task Force Uncover Money Laundering Techniques. Introduce Counter Measures. Harmonize AML Policies at International Level.
  • 25. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING STAGES Placement Initial point of entry of funds from any activity. Layering Creation of complex network of transactions to obscure, conceal the LINK between entry and exit. Integration Return of funds as legitimate into the economy.
  • 26. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S How ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING can be set/achieved  Customer identification as per KYC  Recognition, handling and disclosure of suspicious transactions.  Maintenance of rewards.  Audit.  Staff training.  Develop a bent of mind – Enquire.  Risk Profiling according to perceptions.
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  • 28. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Six Sigma is Measure of Quality Six Sigma helps in to meet Customer's Expectations. It’s a Method for continuous improvement. Six Sigma is MINDSET for cultural change. For improving existing process DMAIC technique is used  D – Define  M – Measure  A – Analyze  I – Improve  C – Control
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  • 30. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Kaizen is small incremental changes made for improving productivity and minimizing waste. Principles of Kaizen Consider the process and the results! The need to look at the entire process of the job at hand and to evaluate the job as to the best way to get the job done. Kaizen must be approached in such a way that no one is blamed and that the best process is put into place. Features of Kaizen Widely applicable Highly effective & result oriented A Learning Experience Team based & Cross functional
  • 31. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Benefits of KAIZEN Reduces Waste Improves space utilization Results in higher employee moral & job satisfaction & lower turnover 5 'S' in KAIZEN Sorting Simplifying Sweeping Standardizing Sustaining
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  • 33. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S How To Show A Company Why You Want The Job  We need a job to provide ourselves and our family with necessities like food, shelter and clothing as well as the non essential pleasures of life, like birthday cake.  Companies main interest is in their goals. What will you contribute to the company’s bottom line and business strategy if you are hired?
  • 34. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  Your resume should be written in a way that makes it clear why you are applying for a particular position. You have the skills, educational background, and experience the position calls for.  Most importantly, you have achieved valuable results in previous positions, and you are prepared to produce good work in the future.  When a company realizes that your achievements and goals align with the company’s, they are more likely to call you in for an interview.
  • 35. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S What do equity shares actually mean?  Shares, is an instrument which gives the holder the ownership to the company in proportion to their holding.  If the company can fulfill the criteria required to be listed on the stock exchange then after following the due processes it can becomes a listed company, such company is also called publicly traded company
  • 36. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  process of listing the shares in the stock exchange is called Initial Public Offer (IPO)  the process of making the shares available for interested investors to own, by means of purchasing it on the stock exchange is through the IPO.  For a public traded company, the shares can be bought and sold on the stock exchange where they are listed. This trading of shares is done through a broker. When you are purchasing and selling a share, the broker tries to match someone with whom the transaction takes place. For this they charge a commission, and fees, commonly known as brokerage charges.
  • 37. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Facebook Brings Free Mobile Internet Access To Indian Users  Social media giant Facebook has launched a programme that will allow mobile users in India to access the internet for free. The company has partnered with Reliance communications to offer free access too 33 specific websites, including job, whether & news sites.  Founder Mark Zuckerberg said, in a post that connoting Indian users was important to his global ambitions  “More than a billion people in India don’t have access to the internet. That means they can’t enjoy the same opportunity many of us take for granted & the entire world is robbed of their ideas & creativity.
  • 38. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  People on the Reliance network in Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala & Telangana will get free access to the specific website immediately over the next 90 days we will roll this out pan India more websites will ale one added to the bouquet said CEO & President, Rcom.  Facebook is in talks with other telecom operators, including Airtel & Vodafone, to launch the programme & make basic internet services available for free.
  • 39. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Choose the Right Tax Saving option  Make sure your tax saving investments fulfil your needs and match your risk profile and investment horizon.  Choose an option that suits you best on these parameters  Risk Appetite  Returns Expected  Taxability of income  Liquidity
  • 40. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S 20 Questions to ask yourself Before accepting a new job  Before accepting a new job, you need to make sure this is the right position for you.  If you don’t take the time on the front end to truly explore what you want from a new job and to figure out if this position satisfies those desires, you’ll end up paying for it on the back end.  1. Is this a long-term career move? If not, what does this position offer in the way of experience and/or connections that will put me in a better position for achieving my long-term career goals in the future? How long do I need to stay in order to gain these advantages?  2. If this is a short-term career move, what is the purpose of it? Am I running away from something I DON’T want or running towards something I DO want?  3. Does this position challenge my mental abilities?  4. Am I capable of, and comfortable with, doing the tasks for which I would be responsible?  5. Do I fully understand the expectations of the role?  6. Will the company provide me with the necessary resources to be successful?  7. Does this position utilize my talents and skills?
  • 41. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  8. Will I be able to offer a valuable contribution?  9. Will I be proud to be associated with the company’s brand, product and/or services?  10. Does the company culture appear to be in line with my values?  11. Is the office location a comfortable distance from home? Will the commute potentially be a problem and if so, how will I overcome it?  12. Have my interactions with other employees been comfortable and friendly?  13. Can I envision feeling at home with the other employees socially?  14. Does my direct supervisor appear to be a supportive individual from whom I can learn?  15. Is the work environment conducive to my own work style?  16. Will the work feel professionally satisfying?  17. Financially, will this job provide me with a desirable lifestyle? If not, does it have the potential to in the future?  18. Will the benefits package meet my needs?  19. Is there opportunity for future professional growth?  20. Are there any potential problems I can foresee in accepting this job? If so, how will I avoid them and/or overcome them?
  • 42. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S The Right Resume Format To Get You Noticed  The purpose of a resume is to get you an interview, using the right resume format will make sure your application isn’t tossed out just for seeing unreadable by a machine.  These days, companies screen candidates & resume in two ways. The first is through Applicant Tracking System (ATS).  All resumes are loaded into the computer, passed & automatically searched for a match with keyword from announcement cannot be read by the Applicant Tracking System, it is rejected.
  • 43. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  The second method recruiters & hiring manager use to find candidates is “ sourcing “ candidates by searching online resumes for possible match using keyword. Again, if a resume cannot be read by search engines, it will not be selected.  Therefor, you should avoid using JPG & PDF files. Many ATS reads only text & word files with out tables.  You may be the most qualified candidate, but that you will not be chosen for an interview unless the ATS can read your resume.  Resumes like that will print on all printers, will not be rearranged even by outdated versions of word, can be read ATS & can be searched online.
  • 44. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S HOW TO EXTEND YOUR PERSONAL BRAND WITH AN ELEVATOR SPEECH  Re-purposing your elevator speech and extending your personal brand is a great idea.  Everyone should have more than one elevator speech and rotating them on your e-mail signature is an easy task.  Our business cards have much more real estate than we think.
  • 45. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  your resume is yours to develop; and what you put on it is your decision.  putting your elevator speech in your resume, you set the tone for how the reader will view your qualifications.  Take advantage of the exposure at LinkedIn Profile  An elevator speech is a form of Self Introduction.
  • 46. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Facebook Claims Two Million Advetisers  After launching of a mobile app for those managing their commercial pitches, it has hosted the number of advertisers on the social network to 2 million.  Dan Levy, Facebook’s VP for Global Marketing & small business, said the number of advertisers has doubled our the past year & a half.  It’s a strong sign of the commitment he is making to help small business & this continue benefiting the economy for their region & the world.
  • 47. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  New ads manager app would give those advertisers the ability to manage their ads from mobile devices as Facebook becomes increasingly used on smartphones & tablets.  this is a moment to be celebrate all the incredible entrepreneurs like you who are creating value for their communities, Zuckerberg & Sandberg said.  And there are more than 2 million other inspiring stories of people working to grow their business you’re creating jobs, sharing new ideas & inspiring all of us to dream big, they said.
  • 48. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S 5 THINGS TO AVOID WHEN BREAKING UP WITH YOUR BOSS Here more than avoiding, What should be done is Highlighted.  You must suppress the rage, stifle the snark, subdue the frustration. Smile. Be respectful. Give notice. Offer to help in the transition.  Don’t Annoy Your Co-workers Instead: Leaving on good terms with your colleagues is just as important as leaving on good terms with your boss. Don’t badmouth the company you’re leaving, and don’t brag about that great new company you’re moving to. Answer questions honestly.  Don’t Act Like A Short-timer Instead: Do your best to fend off short-timer syndrome. No matter how you feel about the company or your boss, you want to leave on a high note – be a pro to the end. In your final days, you should strive to work at the same level that you have during your entire tenure at the company.
  • 49. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  Don’t Get Lured Back Employer will offer you more but don’t take it! Instead: The moment you gave notice, your relationship with your boss morphed into something that resembles the relationship between an estranged couple. Now your spurned boss, whatever his motives, has entered a bargaining phase that often accompanies a breakup (I can change!).  Don’t Hold A Grudge Instead: Let the past be the past. Don’t go around badmouthing your former employer, especially not to a new or prospective employer (or through social media). You’ll come off as vindictive… and, maybe, even a bit obsessive. It’s not healthy for your career or your psyche. And you never know when you’ll run into these people again.
  • 50. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S 3 HABITS OF THE ULTRA-SUCCESSFUL YOU PROBABLY DON’T DO Habit #1: Morning Success Ritual Ultra-successful people have. They’ll devote an hour or two each morning – first thing – to taking care of themselves. Habit #2: Master Your Mind-set Fear paralyzes you and prevents action. Ultra-successful people know this, and they actively work at improving their mind-set every single day.
  • 51. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S Habit #3: Carefully Choose Who You Spend Time With “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”  Ultra-successful consciously choose to find ways to spend time with people they want to be like. Split time in three ways First, with mentors, or people you aspire to be like (if not in person, than through reading or courses). Second, with peers on your level. And third, with people who aspire to be like you (so, acting as a mentor). Each type of person adds value to your life, and helps you grow and achieve more
  • 52. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S  Enjoy your work.  Don't treat Job as a Job, treat it as a Part of Life.  Always keep Learning.  Attitude matters a lot.  We are never Finished, We are always Work-In-Progress.
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