The Business Risk and Finance Sub-Interest Group (KK BRF) encompass the whole range of subject matters thereof. Classes include but are not limited to those for Accounting, Finance, Risk Management, Investment Management, Business Economics, and Islamic Finance.
With this body of knowledge, the teaching and researching efforts are designed to be applied in a cross-disciplinary knowledge and is very relevant to the challenges and concerns of the industry. This is accomplished through close collaboration between researchers in academics and professionals in the field of financial sectors.
BRF sub interest group research utilise the SBM ITB’s faculty and students academic expertise. Academic research efforts combined with the expertise of industry practitioners in the real world through research partnerships and financial services company-sponsored research. BRF sub expertise group Research brings together experts from the fields of finance, information technology, statistics, human resources, strategy, marketing, risk management, legal studies, economics, engineering, and other disciplines to develop a portfolio of research topics and approaches. Many projects involving field-based research methodology emphasize on the goal of addressing the problems of financial services sectors in the real world have faced.
Along with collaboration, communication is an important part of the mission and activity in BRF sub expertise group. Research efforts are communicated through publications, forums, groups and sponsored conference industry. Many of these activities are done in cooperation with research partners, including other research centers and corporate sponsors.
Research efforts are communicated through publications, forums, groups and sponsored conference industry. Many of these activities are done in cooperation with research partners, including other research centers and corporate sponsors.
Activity of BRF sub expertise group is guided by an Industrial Advisory Board, consisting of senior executives and financial industries leaders recognized by the industrial community. Therefore, the Council may provide input and insight which is essential for research into the problems of the financial services industry today.