Institute of Risk Management (IRM) and ITI EdVest, India sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the intention to promote and deliver risk management education and research in India
The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) London has signed an MoU with ITI EdVest – an education focused initiative by The Investment Trust of India Limited (ITI) with the intention to promote and deliver risk management education and research in India.
ITI EdVest provides student and institution financing through the group non-banking financing company (NBFC) in addition to its education related services. ITI Group is in the business of investment banking, institutional broking, and financing, alternative investment (AIF) and mutual fund and has assets under management of over USD 400 million. ITI Limited is listed on the Bombay and National Stock Exchange with 200+ offices across India.
As part of the MoU, IRM intends to deliver specialized training under the “Young Leaders’ Program” banner to students, young professionals and corporate organisations and also engage in research projects with leading institutions through ITI EdVest. The MoU was signed at the IRM HQ in London last week.
Sanjay Himatsingani, Director of Training & Business Development IRM said:
"We are very pleased about this initiative with ITI EdVest in India. Our training and education offer is well respected and attracts students from a wide variety of organisations from all over the world.
We are delighted that students in India will have the opportunity to increase their risk management knowledge, accessing our courses locally through ITI EdVest."
Hersh Shah, Founder & Head, ITI EdVest said:
“We are very excited about this potential collaboration as we embark on a journey to transform the landscape of risk management in India through our proprietary simulation pedagogy which will benefit entrepreneurs, professionals and organisations across India”, said Hersh Shah, Founder & Head, ITI EdVest, who is also an approved trainer of IRM and a guest faculty at various colleges."