On Holding Conference “Man as Capital. Management Technologies and Efficiency Assessment”

24 april 2007 года
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The Second International Interbank Conference “Man as Capital. Management Technologies and Efficiency Assessment” (Russian and foreign best practices) was held in Moscow on April 24, 2007. The Conference was organized on the initiative of Vnesheconombank, Gazprom and the International Moscow Financial and Banking School.

Participants in the Conference discussed unique technologies acquired by banks in assessing and retaining human capital and exchanged best practices in personnel management. Human resources management bank executives spoke on the following subjects: a system of personnel assessment as a means of implementing banks’ strategies effectively, practical diagnostic methods of assessing bank employees’ loyalty, attracting and retaining key specialists, personnel expenses planning, methods of providing employees with in-kind incentives and others.

Speaking on the subject “Human Capital’s Contribution to Increased Level of Banks’ Capitalization” Vnesheconombank’s Administrative Department Director, Sergei Nosov said that “human resources management is of paramount importance to Vnesheconombak now that a Development Bank is being established on its basis. And here Vnesheconombank’s potential and not only its level of capitalization, its international image and its expertise in conducting very complicated credit and financial transactions but its human capital as well play a crucial role.”

More than 150 representatives of the largest Russian banks, financial analysts and experts participated in the Conference. The participants in the conference made a decision to uphold a tradition of exchanging best practices in human capital management by holding annual international conferences.

 


Origin: Press Office of Vnesheconombank
Contact person: Svetlana Nikitina
Phone: +7 (495) 208-46-93, Fax: +7 (495) 975-21-34
E-mail: press@veb.ru

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Vnesheconombank Holds Workshop for its Employees and Customers

17 april 2007 года
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On April 16-17, 2007, Vnesheconombank held a workshop for its employees and customers devoted to reviewing the new revision of the Uniform Customs and Practices for Documentary Credits (UCP 600). The new UCP revision prepared by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is to come into force on July 01, 2007.

In order to study and analyze the new revision in great detail and work out recommendations on applying the new revision of UCP 600 the Bank invited one of the best world’s specialists in the documentary business, Vincent Maulella, associate director of the Institute of International Banking Law and Practice (U.S.), certified expert of the International Center for Letter of Credit Arbitration.

In V. Maulella’s opinion, at present, UCP 600 are the most substantial revision of ICC customs and practices. He stressed the importance of holding such workshops because a dialogue is the key to understanding ICC customs and practices themselves and to their practical use and interpretation throughout the world in the coming years.

A.V.Zelenov, Vnesheconombank’s Financial Institutions Department Director, who was a member of the ICC drafting group responsible for working out a new revision said “Almost four years of strenuous  efforts made by the drafting group, the whole international community of specialists in documentary business, ICC national committees including the Russian one resulted in approving the new UCP revision. Our next step is to make preparations for moving to documentary payments under the new customs and practices. The most important thing at this stage is to train and develop personnel. This workshop is one of Vnesheconombank’s lines of activity in the documentary business.”

 

 

Origin: Press Office of Vnesheconombank
Contact person: Svetlana Nikitina
Phone: +7 (495) 208-46-93, Fax: +7 (495) 975-21-34
E-mail: press@veb.ru

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