XAVIER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Gourav Vallabh

  • Designation :
  • Professor
  • Qualification :
  • Certified Financial Risk Manager (GARP, USA), Chartered Accountant (ICAI), Company Secretary (ICSI), Ph.D. (UoR, India), LLB, M.Com. (Gold Medallist)

gvallabh@xlri.ac.in

  • Functional Area :
  • Finance
  • Total Experience (in months)
  • 192 (as on 03-Nov-16)

Work experience (Academic):

  1. Selected as a Professor and Head (School of Finance), Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India, Delhi).
  2. Presently working as a Faculty in the Finance area at XLRI, Jamshedpur (School of Business and Human Resources). Associated with XLRI Jamshedpur, since November 2003.
  3. He was associated as a Director with The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New Delhi (ICAI) from November 2009 to December 2010 (Lien from XLRI Jamshedpur).
  4. He was associated as a Senior Professor (Accounting and Finance Area), with Management Development Institute, Gurgaon (MDI, Gurgaon) in the year 2009 (Lien from XLRI Jamshedpur).
  5. Prior to joining XLRI worked as a Research Officer and Faculty at National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM, Pune) (An Institute set up by Reserve Bank of India in consultation with Government of India, A think tank of the banking industry), Pune from June 2002 to November 2003.
  6. Prior to joining NIBM taught MBA (Post Graduation) classes for two academic years (2001 and 2002) as a Lecturer in the area of Accounting and Finance at Mody Institute of Management Studies, Lakshmangarh, Rajasthan (Deemed University).
  7. Taught Graduation classes for one academic year (2000) as a Lecturer in the area of Accounting & Finance at Marwar College, Sojat (Rajasthan).

Work Experience (Industrial):

  1. Industrial experience of working in the Chartered Accountant Firm for more than three and half years from the period January 1997 to August 4, 2000. During this tenure completed major assignments in the area of Taxation, Audit, Banking, Financial Reporting and other management accounting related services.

Academic Distinction (Awards and Scholarships)

  1. Honoured on Independence Day (August 15) 1999 by the Government of Rajasthan, for securing the Highest Marks in B.Com (F) in the University.
  2. Secured First Position (Gold Medallist) in M.Com. (ABST) in MDS University, Ajmer (Rajasthan) and was awarded the Gold Medal by H.E. Governor of Rajasthan. 
  3. Honoured and Awarded Gold Medal by M.D.S. University, Ajmer and Shri Gyan Sagarji Maharaj Chaturmas Samity, Ajmer for achieving the highest marks in M.Com. (P) ABST.
  4. Awarded Best Research Paper Award for Research Paper titled Transfer Pricing by Indian Accounting Association, at 25th All India Accounting Conference and International Seminar organised during February 1 2, 2003.
  5. Awarded Best Young Researcher Award - 2004 jointly by Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) and Indian Accounting Association (IAA).
  6. Awarded Samaj Ratna Award for achieving excellence in Educational and Social Sector by Maharishi Dadhich Sewa Trust, Kolkata on November 2, 2008.
  7. Awarded Rajasthan Gaurav Award for an outstanding contribution in the area of Accounting and Finance by SANSKRITI, Jaipur in 2009.

Courses Taught

  1. Commercial Banking (Finance elective, in the second year of Post Graduate Programme in Business Management)
  2. Capital Expenditure Planning and Control (Finance elective, in the second year Post Graduate Programme in Business Management)
  3. Mergers, Acquisition and Corporate Restructuring (Finance elective, in the second year Post Graduate Programme in Business Management)
  4. Financial Analysis, Planning and Control (Finance elective, in the second year of Post Graduate Programme in Business Management)
  5. International Finance (Topics related to International Financial Reporting Standards and US GAAPs) Advanced Accounting and Accounting Standards.
  6. Corporate Taxation (Finance elective, in the second year of Post Graduate Programme in Business Management)
  7. Management Accounting I & II (A core course)
  8. Legal Environment of Business (A core course)
  9. Corporate Finance (A core course)
  10. Advanced Corporate Finance
  11. International Accounting

Consultancy Undertaken

  1. He was associated as a Financial Consultant for Utsch AG Germany for the year 2011 12.
  2. He was associated as an Advisor and Mentor to the Lootah Group, Dubai, UAE in the year 2009.
  3. Designed and done a complete Opinion Poll for all Lok Sabha Constituencies of State of Jharkhand for a leading News Paper of the State (Prabhat Khabar) in the year 2009.
  4. Completed the Consultancy Assignment on Research Study on the Effectiveness of BRCs and CRCs (Sarva Siksha Abhigyan, SSA) in Providing Academic Support and Supervision to Elementary Schools in the State of Haryana and Jharkhand in the year 2008 09. This study was sponsored by MHRD, Government of India. 
  5. Completed the Consultancy Assignment on Designing Accounting System for SHATTAF Group, Dubai in the year 2008 - 09. 
  6. Completed the Consultancy Assignment on resolving issues related to Corporate Governance and Accounting Standards for SAMTEL Group (Samcor Glass Ltd, Samtel Color Ltd.) in the year 2004 - 05.
  7. Completed the Consultancy Assignment on setting up of an Accounting System Complied with the Indian Accounting Standards for SRF Limited in the year 2004 - 05.
  8. Completed the Consultancy Assignment on Diagnostic study of viable sick SSI units financed by Bank of Baroda. The report is accepted by Bank of Baroda in 2003.
  9. Provided ALM solution (as a domain expert, on duration gap) to Jammu and Kashmir Bank in the year 2003.
  10. Associated with the Consultancy Assignment on Integrated Risk Management System and designing the structure for risk focused internal audit under the Risk Based Supervision (RBS) framework for Public Sector Banks (Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab and Sindh Bank and Indian Overseas Bank) in the year 2003.
  11. Completed the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) project on Strengthening MIS in Urban Co-operative Banks (with special reference on Investments, Asset Liability Management (ALM) and Credit Risk). The report is accepted by RBI in 2002 (My all recommendations in the area of Credit Risk was implemented in the credit and Monetary Policy of RBI in 2003).

Journal Articles-Refereed

  1. Vallabh, G. & Raghuvanshi, Himanshu Singh (2016). Impact of Make in India on the MSME Supply Chain - A Study of the Adityapur Auto Cluster, Productivity: A quarterly journal of the National Productivity Council, Accepted for Publication.
  2. Vallabh, G. & Raghuvanshi, Himanshu Singh (2016). Tackling the menace of rising NPAs, The Chartered Secretary Journal, Accepted for Publication.
  3. Vallabh, G. & Raghuvanshi, Himanshu Singh (2015). Social Audits: Bringing Accountability to Welfare Schemes, The Chartered Accountant Journal, August, 2015.
  4. Vallabh P. & Vallabh, G. (2014). Determinants of Student Academic Performance in Indian B-Schools An Empirical Investigation, Global Journal of Enterprise Information System, 7 (1), pp. 3-6, ISSN: 0975-153X.
  5. Vallabh, G. & Raghuvanshi, Himanshu Singh (2014). Black Money: Urgent Need to check its darker sides, Corporate Professionals, CPT, Vol. 31-13.
  6. Vallabh, G. (2012). Effectiveness of bailouts Aviation Sector V. Greek Economy, Taxmann, 21, 250.
  7. Vallabh, G. & Dadhich G. (2011). Raising of the FDI Limit in the Insurance Sector An Immediate Necessity for India, SEBI and Corporate Laws, 110, 93.
  8. Vallabh, G. (2011). Sensex heaving a sigh of relief: but is the picture that rosy? Corporate Professionals Today, CPT, V20P.
  9. Vallabh, G. (2008). Analysis of Onsite/Offshore Cost Control Model for Indian IT Majors, Management Accountant, Vol 43, No. 3.
  10. Vallabh, G. (2008). The Great Indian Budget Drama, The Chartered Accountants Today, April.
  11. Vallabh, G., Bhatia A., & Mishra S. (2007). Non-Performing Assets of Indian Indian Public, Private and Foreign Banks: An Empirical Assessment, The IUP Journal of Bank Management, Vol VI, issue 3.
  12. Vallabh, G. (2007). Quarterly Review of Monetary Policy, SEBI and Corporate Laws, 78, 5.
  13. Vallabh, G. (2007). Compliance Risk in Banks Concept, Assessment and Management, The Chartered Accountants Today, November.
  14. Vallabh, G. & Chatrath S., (2006). Role of Banks in Agriculture and Rural Development, The Chartered Accountant, February.
  15. Vallabh, G., (2005). Indian and Chinese Banks: A comparative Analysis using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) Technique, The Management and Accounting Research, Vol 9, No. 1 - 2.
  16. Vallabh, G., (2005). Risk Based Supervision of Banks Framework for Risk Assessment, The Journal of Asia Pacific Business Review, August.
  17. Vallabh, G. (2005). Indian Trick Budget 2005, Taxmann, March.
  18. Vallabh, G. (2005). Compliance Risk and Anti Money Laundering, The Chartered Accountants Today, February.
  19. Vallabh, G. (2004). No increase in interest rates, indication for increase in future: RBI Mid-term Review of Annual Policy Statement for the year 2004-05, SEBI and Corporate Laws, 56, 42.
  20. Vallabh, G. (2004). Accounting for Financial Derivatives: US Vs. International Standards, The Chartered Accountants Today, October.
  21. Vallabh, G. (2004). Ownership and Governance Issues of Indian Private Sector Banks, SEBI and Corporate Laws, 54, 127.
  22. Vallabh, G. (2004). US Financial Accounting Standards Endeavor to improve and to avoid next Enron, Taxmann, August.
  23. Vallabh, G. (2004). No rate cuts; Credit Administration, SMEs and Farm sector in focus Annual Credit Policy 2004, SEBI and Corporate Laws, 52, 107.
  24. Vallabh, G. (2004). Dividend Declaration by Banks Shift from quantum of dividend to dividend pay-out ratio, SEBI and Corporate Laws, 52, 70.
  25. Vallabh, G. (2004). Risk Based Internal Audit in Banks, The Chartered Accountant, April.
  26. Vallabh, G., (2003). Measuring Corporate Performance: Balanced Scorecard Application, The Indian Journal of Accounting. Vol XXIII, June.
  27. Vallabh, G., (2003). The Securitization and Asset Reconstruct and Enforcement of Security Interest Act 2002: Issues and Future Strategies, The Management and Accounting Research, January June 2003.
  28. Vallabh, G., (2002). Accounting for Intangibles, The Journal of Commerce and Information Technology, January June 2003 ed.
  29. Vallabh, G., (2002). Value Based Management, Economic Challenger.
  30. Vallabh, G., (2002). Corporate Governance Accounting Aspects, Prayas, Vol 1.

Conference Proceedings-Refereed

  1. Delivered a key note address in a One Day Workshop on Paradigm Shift from Conventional Personnel Management to Customer Oriented Human Resource Management organised jointly by Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) and National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) on January 16, 2016 at Ranchi, Jharkhand.
  2. Chaired a technical session in the National Convention for Chartered Accountants on Indian Economy organized on December 25 26, 2015 by The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India at Ghaziabad, India.
  3. Contributed and Presented a Research Paper titled Evaluating the Effectiveness of Governance Models for Emerging Economies at the WEI International Academic Conference held at the Harvard University, Boston USA from June 8 10, 2015.
  4. Two papers were accepted, (a). Application of Behavioral Finance Concepts in Indian Real Estate and (b). How does Indian Finance Professional View Impact of Workplace Spirituality on Employee Motivation for presentation at World Business, Finance and Management Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand during December 8-9, 2014.
  5. Contributed and Presented a Case titled Turbulent Sky for Kingfisher Airlines in Asian Journal of Management Cases 2013 2nd International Case Conference organised by Suleman Dawood School of Business, Lahore University of Management Sciences from January 18 19, 2013 at Lahore, Pakistan.
  6. Contributed and Presented a Research Paper titled Content Analysis of Sustainability Reporting by State Bank of India and Tata Steel in 9th EBES Conference Rome organized by Faculty of Economic, Sapienza University of Rome from January 11 - 13, 2013 at Rome, Italy.
  7. Chaired a technical session in the 9th EBES Conference - Rome on Accounting and Audit organized on January 12, 2013 by Faculty of Economic, Sapienza University of Rome at Rome, Italy.
  8. Contributed and Presented a Research Paper titled Sustainability Reporting by Indian Companies in 34th All India Accounting Conference and International Seminar organised by Indian Accounting Association from December 17 18, 2011 at Jaipur, India.
  9. Chaired a technical session in the 34th All India Accounting Conference and International Seminar on Accounting Education and Research organized on December 18, 2011 by Indian Accounting Association at Jaipur, India.
  10. Contributed and Presented a Paper titled The Companies Bill: Assessing the impact on Corporate Governance in a Seminar on Corporate Governance-Emerging Dimensions organised by Indo American Chamber of Commerce on December 10, 2010 at New Delhi, India.
  11. Contributed and Presented a Paper titled Global Integration on Economies and its impact on India in a Knowledge Symposium on Compliance, Governance & Financial Markets organized by The Institute of Company Secretaries of India on June 12, 2010 at Kolkata, India. This presentation was made in front of Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Hon’ble Minister of Finance, and Government of India.

Working paper

  1. Framework for Financial Statements Analysis for Credit Decisions in Banks and Accounting Standards.
  2. Risk Based Internal Audit in Banks. 
  3. Impact Analysis of Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act (SARFESIA), 2002 on the reduction of Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) in the Banking Sector.

Membership of Professional Bodies

  1. Member of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP, NJ, USA).
  2. Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
  3. Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India.
  4. Life Member of the Indian Accounting Association.

Visiting Faculty

  1. Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode
  2. Indian Institute of Management, Ranchi
  3. Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak
  4. Indian Institute of Management, Shillong
  5. National Institute of Financial Management, Faridabad
  6. Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Manesar
  7. National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM), Pune
  8. Indian Institute of Coal Management (IICM), Ranchi
  9. College for Agricultural Banking, RBI
  10. Central Staff Training College, Bank of Maharashtra, Pune
  11. Tata Management Development Centre (TMDC), Jamshedpur
  12. Centre of Excellence (CoE), The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Hyderabad
  13. Faculty of Management Studies, Jai Narian Vyas University, Jodhpur
  14. National Institute of Cooperative Management, Pune
  15. Institute of Cooperative Management (ICM), Pune
  16. Central Staff Training College, Union Bank of India, Bangalore
  17. National Institute of Agricultural Marketing (NIAM, An organization of Government of India), Jaipur.
  18. MANAGE (An organization of Government of India), Hyderabad.
  19. Al Abbas Institute of Technology (Recognised by UAE Government), DUBAI, UAE.
  20. Allied Institute of Management Studies (AIMS), Dubai, UAE.
  21. Image International [S] Pte Ltd, Singapore 150167.