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How do i become a banking Manager.

My name is Kiran, i have completed my 10th std, so which course is suitable for me to become a banking manager. #manager #banking


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Satish’s Answer

Types of Banking Courses:

MBA in Banking and Finance
M.Com In Banking and Finance
PGDM in Banking Management
PGDM in Banking & Financial Services
M.Voc in Banking, Stocks and Insurance

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Christopher’s Answer

There are many courses to become a banking professional provided by NIIT, IFBI, INDIAN INSTITUTE OF BANKING & FINANCE etc. Also there are banking exams by SBI and IDBI for direct recruitment, which are published in news papers.


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Satish’s Answer

Types of Banking Courses:

MBA in Banking and Finance
M.Com In Banking and Finance
PGDM in Banking Management
PGDM in Banking & Financial Services
M.Voc in Banking, Stocks and Insurance

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Venkatesh’s Answer

To become a bank manager, get a college degree in finance, accounting, business administration, or a related field. An MBA in finance or accounting may also be required. Look for a job working as a loan officer for a bank or in accounting, which will help you get the experience you need to become a bank manager

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Rebecca’s Answer

There are many different division in a bank, e.g. Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, Investment Bank, etc. On the other hand, there are many different departments in a Bank, e.g. Sales, Finance, Human Resources, Administration, etc.

A Bank requires wide range skills and knowledge. You can explore more online or discuss with someone from banking industry.

However, if you are interested to develop your career in Banking, you can start with some subjects like Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, etc.

Hope this helps!

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Madhusudhan’s Answer

To become a bank manager, First and foremost get a college degree in finance, accounting, business administration, or a related field.
An MBA in finance or Mcom always value added

Minimum Bachelor's degree is required
Optional CPA or CFA certification helpful
Key Skills like Customer service, communication, accounting, decision-making, and time management skills; knowledge of federal and state regulations regarding financial reporting

work your way up and gain experience in a bank, you could complete a higher apprenticeship in bank management

Many Banks like SBI, Canara, HDFC calls for Job opening, always keep checking on the update and apply online for respective position
Commercial banks offer different types of banking services including retail consumer banking, wholesale banking, corporate banking and institutional banking. Retail consumer banking is geared toward personal financial services for individuals and families and is the most familiar type of banking

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Venkatesh’s Answer

To become a bank manager, get a college degree in finance, accounting, business administration, or a related field. An MBA in finance or accounting may also be required. Look for a job working as a loan officer for a bank or in accounting, which will help you get the experience you need to become a bank manager

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Madhusudhan’s Answer

To become a bank manager, First and foremost get a college degree in finance, accounting, business administration, or a related field.
An MBA in finance or Mcom always value added

Minimum Bachelor's degree is required
Optional CPA or CFA certification helpful
Key Skills like Customer service, communication, accounting, decision-making, and time management skills; knowledge of federal and state regulations regarding financial reporting

work your way up and gain experience in a bank, you could complete a higher apprenticeship in bank management

Many Banks like SBI, Canara, HDFC calls for Job opening, always keep checking on the update and apply online for respective position
Commercial banks offer different types of banking services including retail consumer banking, wholesale banking, corporate banking and institutional banking. Retail consumer banking is geared toward personal financial services for individuals and families and is the most familiar type of banking

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