Battle of the Banks
Compete against young banking professionals from across Africa in running your own bank!
SimArch and its partner ICAP Training Solutions, in association with Thomson Reuters, brings you Battle of the Banks, an action based learning tool in the form of a Bank Risk Management Simulation Contest, based on real life conditions.
Formerly known as the Online Bank Management Competition (OBMC), Battle of the Banks is an annual international competition that provides you and your colleagues a chance to develop practical skills and gain a holistic view of the business of banking in Africa.
The competition is held online via webinar and with our globally recognised Bank Management Simulation, FirstB@nk 3. Your team will be managing a virtual bank for four financial quarters in challenging economic conditions, competing against other teams from Banks across the continent.
Dates to remember:
Deadline for entries: April 28
Competition starts: May 29
Competition ends: August 10
Finals: October 11 and 12
Reasons to participate:
- Advance your knowledge of banking through this accelerated simulated experience
- Learn how to manage a full-service bank in a competitive environment
- Work with colleagues from diverse departments within your own bank
- Develop connections with an international network of banking professionals
Book now and get the first mover advantage!Will your team be this year’s winner?
The winning team will be awarded certification and a trophy, and will enjoy the recognition of their peers across the continent.
To find out if you are eligible to participate in the competition, click here.
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