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Opportunities with ICICI Bank

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Summer Internship Programme 2015
Agenda
ICICI Bank : An Introduction
Business Groups
ICICI Banks Value Proposition for you
Summer Internship Programme Structure
Agenda
Business Groups
ICICI Banks Value Proposition for you
ICICI Bank : An Introduction
Summer Internship Programme Structure
among Indias top financial services brands
Strong brand identity that instills confidence among
customers
Facilitates diversification and new initiatives
Brand presence across all distribution channels
ICICI Group: A financial superhouse
ICICI Bank: Mirroring Indias change
Project finance
to Indias
corporate
sector
1955
Development
Finance
Capitalizing
on
liberalization
of the financial
sector
1994
Commercial
Banking
First mover in
consumption-
led growth
opportunity,
leveraging
technology
1996
Retail
Banking
Becoming a
universal
bank
2000
Insurance
Serving
Indian MNCs,
NRIs and local
communities
2003
International
A well
capitalized
Bank, offering
services across
products
2012
2
nd
largest
Bank of the
country
Focus on
Profitability,
Growth
& Risk
Management
2014
Balanced
Approach
Key Milestones
1955
Formation of Industrial Credit & Investment Corporation of India Ltd as a
development financial institution to provide foreign currency loans to industry
1994
Formation of ICICI Bank Ltd as a subsidiary
1998
Name changed to ICICI Limited; entry into retail credit
1999
First Indian company and first financial institution from Asia (ex-Japan) to list on
NYSE
2000
ICICI Bank becomes first Indian bank to list on NYSE; acquires Bank of Madura
2000
Entry into insurance
2002
Merger of ICICI and ICICI Bank
2003
Beginning of international scale-up: first overseas branch in Singapore
2007
Acquisition of Sangli Bank
2010
Merger with Bank of Rajasthan
2012
Roll out of twenty five 24x7 Electronic Branches across 18 locations
2013
Launch of ICICI Academy for Skills, an institute set up by the ICICI Foundation for
Inclusive Growth to create sustainable livelihood for the youth
Awards & Accolades
ICICI Bank has been honoured as The Best Service Provider - Risk Management, India at
The Asset Triple A Transaction Banking, Treasury, Trade and Risk Management Awards
2014
Ms Chanda Kochhar, MD & CEO, ICICI Bank, has been named among Fortune's 50 most
powerful women in business for the fourth consecutive year. She has also received the
'Mumbai Women Of The Decade' award by ASSOCHAM
ICICI Bank has been awarded the 'Best Retail Bank in India', 'Best Microfinance Business'
and Best Retail Banking Branch Innovation' under the 'Excellence in Retail Financial
Services awards 2014' by The Asian Banker
ICICI Bank in the Private Sector Bank category won the Best Technology Bank Of The Year,
Best Financial Inclusion Initiative and Best Use Of Technology In Training and e-Learning by
Indian Bank's Association (IBA) Technology Awards
Ranked 2nd in the Banking sector and 10th in the overall "BT 500 India's Most Valuable
Companies", by Business Today
For the second consecutive year, ICICI Bank was ranked second in the "India's 50 Biggest
Financial Companies" , in The BW REAL 500 by Business World
ICICI Bank tops the list of "Most Trusted Private Sector Bank" and ranks 10th in the list of
"India's Most Trusted Service Brands" by Brand Equity, Most Trusted Brands 2011
ICICI Bank received the Best Manpower Efficient Award amongst private sector banks by
FICCI IBA





Agenda
ICICI Bank : An Introduction
ICICI Banks Value Proposition for you
Business Groups
Summer Internship Programme Structure
Business Groups
Retail Banking
Indias biggest private sector Bank with a
spread of 3,800 branches and 11,162
ATMs
Wholesale
Banking
Wholesale banking provides
comprehensive and customized financial
solutions to large corporate customers
SMEAG
Operations Group
Rural & Inclusive
Banking
Rural & Inclusive Banking is responsible for
priority sector lending and capitalizing on
profitable opportunities in the rural
economy
Responsible for Banking operations
which support the various businesses of
the Bank
SMEG provides comprehensive Banking
solutions to medium size enterprises
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
SMEAG
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Operations Group
SMEAG
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
SMEAG
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Operations Group
SMEAG
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
SMEAG
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
SMEAG
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
SMEAG
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
SMEAG
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Retail Banking
SMEAG
Wholesale
Banking
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Retail Banking
Wholesale
Banking
Retail Banking
Operations Group
Small & Medium
Enterprises Group
Wholesale Banking
Retail Banking
Key Drivers at ICICI Bank

Technology capital

Human capital

Speed capital

Culture / organizational
structure
These
strategic
drivers have
enabled ICICI
Bank to
achieve
market
leadership
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Technology has been a key driver of the
Banks growth
Investments in technology viable due to
large scale of operations
Scaled up from <1 million to >20
million customers in six years
Focus on customer convenience
Driving and leveraging customer
acceptance and usage of technology

Technology capital
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Attract the best talent which
Welcomes challenges
Operates with extreme agility
Build a meritocracy based system
Differentiated growth and reward
based on performance
Grooming potential leaders
Responsibilities ahead of time
Encourage experimentation
Human capital
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Strategic agility
Anticipate next business horizon, ahead
of competition
Ability to make decisions with
insufficient information
Institutionalize speed of response
Develop innovative products and services
in shrinking time frames
Speed capital
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Culture & organisational structure
Culture
Entrepreneurial
Collaborative
Sensitive

Organization structure
Networked, flexible and
amorphous


Continuous re-
evaluation to meet
business objectives

Agenda
ICICI Bank : An Introduction
Business Groups
ICICI Banks Value Proposition for you
Summer Internship Programme Structure
Whats in it for you
An opportunity to understand the sheer scale of
operations of one of the largest banks in the country
An enriching learning experience and substantial
industry exposure
An opportunity to deliver on a project with a high
value addition for both the Bank as well as the intern
Agenda
ICICI Bank : An Introduction
Business Groups
Summer Internship Programme Structure
ICICI Banks Value Proposition for you

Summer Internship at the Bank-
Budding Manager Programme @ ICICI Bank
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Selection Process Case based group discussion and Interview
Internship period
at the Bank
Engagement in a live project
A review to be conducted by the project guide
Assigning a Mentor
to each intern
Each intern to be assigned a Mentor who would be
entrusted to assist and address queries of the intern
An overall evaluation of the intern basis the quality of
the project work and feedback provided by the
project guide
Evaluation
How will the programme span out
Internship details
A stipend of Rs. 50,000 per month will be payable to the interns
To and fro travel reimbursement
Anywhere across India
The internship will span over 2 Months
INTERNSHIP DURATION
INTERNSHIP LOCATION
STIPEND PAYABLE
Thank You