IRM India Signs MoU With Eduvanz For Knowledge Partnership

Both organisations are supposed to collaborate on a range of knowledge exchange platforms.

India Affiliate of Institute of Risk Management (IRM India), the global professional body for Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) qualifications, has announced a comprehensive and far-reaching knowledge partnership with Eduvanz, one of India’s leading NBFCs that enables students to Study Now, Pay Later at 0 per cent interest rates. The organisations will collaborate on a range of thought leadership initiatives, including research papers, webinars, industry insights, and opinions and analyses, among others for driving the importance of Enterprise Risk Management in the Non-Banking Financial Sector. 

Discussing the agreement, Hersh Shah, CEO, India Affiliate of Institute of Risk Management, said, “As we continue to rebuild our economy nearly a year after the pandemic lockdown, it is critical for Indian industry to retrospect and incorporate learnings from 2020, to secure businesses against future crises. Enterprise Risk Management provides a robust, strategic road map to empower organisations to achieve this. At IRM India, it is our mission to propagate this knowledge and ensure that our nation can combat similar challenges successfully, going forward. As the globally-preferred professional body for ERM qualifications, we hope to make an impact at the grass-root levels, and this partnership with Eduvanz will go a long way towards bolstering our efforts to build a greater understanding of Enterprise Risk Management in the NBFC sector, and to educate industry leaders and students about the business value of managing risk in a holistic way.”

Speaking about their partnership, Sukesh Tandon, Chief Risk Officer - Eduvanz, further added, “As a young company, Eduvanz has always given prominence to risk management practices. Our strategy to focus on holistic enterprise risk management proved itself when we were able to sail through the initial days of the pandemic with minimal impact on our operations. Where large banks were forced to slow down, we switched to work-from-home without a hitch and continued with our lending operations. Over the years, we have also seen risk management evolving in the Fintech sector, from the crisis in 2019 when banks ceased lending to NBFCs, to the current practice of risk-sharing with Fintechs and NBFCs." 

IRM India and Eduvanz will collaborate on different platforms to spread awareness about ERM. This will include webinars, panel discussions and other events, research, white papers and analyses, and industry insights and experiences, all of which will enable the Indian industry to adopt ERM seamlessly and efficiently and make informed decisions while managing risk. Under the partnership, Level 1 and level 2 qualified IRM India students will also have access to opportunities of working at Eduvanz, including availing zero-cost student loans.

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