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Fedbank Hormis Memorial Foundation

Federal Bank has instituted a public charitable trust by name Fedbank Hormis Memorial Foundation in 1996 to perpetuate the fond memory of late K. P. Hormis, the founder of the Bank. The Trust is striving hard to inculcate in people better knowledge and awareness in the field of banking through training programmes, focused seminars, awards and so on. The trust and its activities were inaugurated by the then Union Finance Minister Shri. P. Chidambaram at Ernakulam on 18.10.1996.


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Objectives of the trust

  • Provide continuing education and training to persons employed in Banking industry on aspects of banking,  finance, economics and management
  • Inculcate better knowledge and awareness on developments in the field of banking and finance among the public at large through conferences and seminars
  • Establish libraries and public information related to banking, finance and economics
  • Establish educational grants / scholarships / awards to deserving students undergoing specialised courses in fields related to banking. (Over a period of time, this Trust has participated in various philanthropic activities for the benefit of the society at large including grant of scholarships for students undergoing various professional courses.)

Trustees of Fedbank Hormis Memorial Foundation

  • Shri Shyam Srinivasan, Trustee, MD & CEO, The Federal Bank Ltd.
  • Shri. Raju Hormis, Trustee, Kulangara, Reshma Gardens, Kochi - 28.
  • Shri.Paul Mundadan, Trustee, Representing officers of the Bank
  • Shri. P.P. Varghese, Trustee, Representing Award staff of the Bank

Address

Fedbank Hormis Memorial Foundation,

Federal Bank Ltd, Corporate Office,

Federal Towers, Aluva, Kerala-683 101. 

Fedbank Hormis Memorial Foundation Commemorative Lecture Series

 

  • Shri. P. Chidambaram (Hon. Union Finance Minister)

         "Indian Banking, New Directions"

  • Shri. S. Venkitaraman (Former Governor, Reserve Bank of India)

        "India and Globalisation"

  • Shri. M. M. Jacob (Governor of Meghalaya)

        "Governance in 21st Century needs a paradigm shift"

  • Shri. Montek Singh Ahluwalia(Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission)

        "Future Reforms in Banking Sector"

  • Dr. V. Kurien (Chairman, Institute of Rural Management, Anand)

"Rural Development Banking - Some Reflections"

  • Shri. N. R. Narayana Murthy Chairman and Chief Mentor, Infosys Technologies Ltd.)

        "Global Capitalism and Modern Corporation: Development in Strategies for Corporate Leadership    Governance & Social Responsibilities"

  • Shri. Arun Jaitley Former Union Minister for Law & Justice and Commerce & Industry)

        "Reforms in Legal Systems Challenges Ahead"

  • Shri. V. Leeladhar (Deputy Governor,Reserve Bank Of India)

        "Taking Banking Services to Common Man-Financial Inclusion"

  • Shri. M. Damodaran (Former Chairman, SEBI)

       "Capital Markets -Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow"

  • Dr. Shashi Tharoor (Former Under Secy. General, United Nations)

       "The Global Financial Crisis and India's Incomplete Transformation"

  • Dr. G. Madhavan Nair (Former Chairman of ISRO)

        "Technological Challenges for National Development"

  • Dr. C. Rangarajan (Chairman of the Prime minister's Economic Advisory Council)

        "The Indian Economy - Prospects and Constraints " 

        "Indian Banking, New Directions"

  • Shri. S. Venkitaraman (Former Governor, Reserve Bank of India)

        "India and Globalisation"

  • Shri. M. M. Jacob (Governor of Meghalaya)

        "Governance in 21st Century needs a paradigm shift"

  • Shri. Montek Singh Ahluwalia(Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission)

        "Future Reforms in Banking Sector"

  • Dr. V. Kurien (Chairman, Institute of Rural Management, Anand)

        "Rural Development Banking - Some Reflections"

  • Shri. N. R. Narayana Murthy Chairman and Chief Mentor, Infosys Technologies Ltd.)

        "Global Capitalism and Modern Corporation: Development in Strategies for Corporate Leadership Governance & Social Responsibilities"

  • Shri. Arun Jaitley Former Union Minister for Law & Justice and Commerce & Industry)

        "Reforms in Legal Systems Challenges Ahead"

  • Shri. V. Leeladhar (Deputy Governor,Reserve Bank Of India)

        "Taking Banking Services to Common Man-Financial Inclusion"

  • Shri. M. Damodaran (Former Chairman, SEBI)

        "Capital Markets -Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow"

  • Dr. Shashi Tharoor (Former Under Secy. General, United Nations)

        "The Global Financial Crisis and India's Incomplete Transformation"

  • Dr. G. Madhavan Nair (Former Chairman of ISRO)

        "Technological Challenges for National Development"

  • Dr. C. Rangarajan (Chairman of the Prime minister's Economic Advisory Council)

        "The Indian Economy - Prospects and Constraints " 

  • Dr. Arun Shourie (Hon'ble Former Union Minister, Disinvestment, Communication and Information Technology) 

         "Connecting the dots for growth – Reforms Agenda"

  • Dr. Raghuram G Rajan (Governor, Reserve Bank of India) 

         "Financial Sector Reforms in India: The Past and the Future"