Dr.R.V.Naveenan

@sibmbengaluru.edu.in

Assistant Professor
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru, 95/1, 95/2, Hosur Rd, Electronics City Phase 1, Electronic City



                    

https://researchid.co/naveenan

, is working with Symbiosis International University, Bengaluru, India as Assistant Professor. He has obtained his Ph.D. in Management (Finance) from Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tamil Nadu, India. He has thirteen years of experience in academics and research. He is a passionate teacher and enthusiastic researcher. He has presented his research ideas in various national and international conferences. He has published around 15 research papers in Journals. His area of research is Banking, Sustainable Finance, Climate Finance and Energy Finance.

EDUCATION

MBA, MA(Economics),PhD

RESEARCH, TEACHING, or OTHER INTERESTS

Business, Management and Accounting, Economics, Econometrics and Finance, Social Sciences

8

Scopus Publications

67

Scholar Citations

5

Scholar h-index

3

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Utilizing big data technology for online financial risk management
    Jayasri Kotti, C. Naga Ganesh, R. V. Naveenan, Swapnil Gulabrao Gorde, Mahabub Basha S., Sabyasachi Pramanik, and Ankur Gupta

    IGI Global
    The rise of cloud computing, internet of things, and information technology has made big data technology a common concern for many professionals and researchers. A financial risk control model, known as the MSHDS-RS model, was creatively suggested in response to the present state of inappropriate feature data design in big data risk control technology. The concept is built on multi source heterogeneous data structure (MSHDS) and random subspace (RS). This model is novel in that it uses a normalized sparse model for feature fusion optimization to create integrated features after extracting the hard and soft features from loan customer information sources. Subsequently, a base classifier is trained on the feature subset acquired via probability sampling, and its output is combined and refined by the application of evidence reasoning principles. The accuracy improvement rate of the MSHDS-RS method is approximately 3.0% and 3.6% higher than that of the current PMB-RS methods under the conditions of soft feature indicators and integrated feature indicators, respectively, according to an observation of the operation results of MSHDS-RS models under various feature sets. As a result, the suggested optimization fusion approach is trustworthy and workable. This study has helped to reduce financial risks associated with the internet and may be useful in helping lenders make wise judgments.

  • Analyzing corporate disclosure in Indian banks: assessing compliance, corporate attributes, and performance implications
    Naveenan R. V, Ooi Kok Loang, Najaf Iqbal, Suresh G, and Mohd Asif Shah

    Informa UK Limited

  • Impact of Capital Adequacy and Risk on Bank Performance: An Empirical Study
    Asif Pervez, R. V. Naveenan, Ali Hazim Alyamoor, Rohit Bansal, Ankur Gupta, and T. Joby Titus

    AIP Publishing

  • Exploring financial inclusion in MENA countries: an entropy weight approach
    Naveenan Ramaian Vasantha, Chee Yoong Liew, and Ploypailin Kijkasiwat

    Emerald
    Purpose Research on financial inclusion (FI) in Islamic countries has evolved and gained prominence. This study aims to construct an extensive multidimensional FI index to ascertain the level of inclusion and trends in the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) countries. Additionally, this study examines the potential role of Islamic finance in improving access to financial services. Design/methodology/approach Data for the study were collected from databases covering MENA countries for the period 2010–2020. An inclusion index has been constructed using the entropy method. Findings Key findings indicate that the overall FI has improved in Islamic countries. However, it should be noted that all MENA countries fall within the low or medium levels of the inclusion index. It was observed that insurance access and penetration savings were poor in the Islamic MENA countries. Social implications The authors recommend that policymakers focus on insurance access and saving behaviour in their respective countries. Based upon these observations, policymakers should promote the economic benefits of Islamic finance, which will help improve FI and economic development in Islamic countries. This study emphasises the necessity of policy framework reform to provide Islamic financial services to the poorest in society at low or no cost for better economic benefits. Originality/value Most studies tend to overlook important indicators such as insurance, savings and credit penetration while calculating the index. These indicators add value to the existing literature. The majority of prior studies used United Nation Development Programme methodology or principal component analysis for Inclusion Index measurements. The adoption of the entropy weighting method is the novelty of this study.

  • NON-PERFORMING LOANS, MACROECONOMIC and BANK-SPECIFIC VARIABLES in SOUTHEAST ASIA during COVID-19 PANDEMIC
    OOI KOK LOANG, ZAMRI AHMAD, and R. V. NAVEENAN

    World Scientific Pub Co Pte Ltd
    This study examines the relationship between bank-specific variables, macroeconomic variables and non-performing loans (NPLs) in the seven countries of Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam) during the pre-COVID-19[Formula: see text]and COVID-19 pandemic. This study adopts panel data regression and distributed lagged regression to examine the impact of bank-specific variables and macroeconomic variables as NPL determinants. The results show that bank-specific variables significantly correlate to NPL, but limited evidence indicates the influence of macroeconomic variables during pre-COVID. Nonetheless, macroeconomic variables are significant to NPL with the emergence of the pandemic, while the bank-specific variables are found to be insignificant. It shows that macroeconomic variables have a greater impact during the turbulent period as they affect most businesses, especially during the pandemic. Furthermore, macroeconomic variables are observed to have a stronger influence on developed countries, but the impact of bank-specific variables is stronger in emerging countries. The results of this study assist policymakers, regulators, banks and governments in identifying the determinants of high NPL as the indicator of a financial crisis. Greater emphasis shall be given to the changes in macroeconomic variables.


  • Corporate social responsibility of Canara Bank - a systematic status review
    R.V. Naveenan, T. Jarin, and S.R. Boselin Prabhu

    Inderscience Publishers

  • GREEN BANKING PRACTICES IN INDIA-THE CUSTOMER'S PERSPECTIVE


RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Utilizing Big Data Technology for Online Financial Risk Management
    J Kotti, CN Ganesh, RV Naveenan, SG Gorde, M Basha, S Pramanik, ...
    Artificial Intelligence Approaches to Sustainable Accounting, 135-148 2024

  • Analyzing corporate disclosure in Indian banks: assessing compliance, corporate attributes, and performance implications
    RV Naveenan, OK Loang, SG Najaf Iqbal, MA Shah
    2024

  • Non-performing loans, macroeconomic and bank-specific variables in Southeast Asia during COVID-19 pandemic
    OK Loang, Z Ahmad, RV Naveenan
    The Singapore Economic Review 68 (03), 941-961 2023

  • Corporate social responsibility of Canara Bank–a systematic status review
    RV Naveenan, T Jarin, SRB Prabhu
    International Journal of Business Information Systems 40 (3), 376-398 2022

  • Green Banking Practices in India-the Customer's Perspective
    RV Naveenan, A Madeswaran, KR Arun
    Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal 27, 1-19 2021

  • Effectiveness of NPA control measures in managing loan assets in banks
    RV Naveenan, S Levi, S Merlyn
    SCHOLEDGE Int J Bus Policy Gov 6 (7), 57-69 2019

  • Indian Online Retail Ecosystem-a Study on Flipkart Deal with Walmart
    A Polisetty, VK Manda, N RV
    International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR) 2019

  • Risk and return analysis of portfolio management services of Reliance Nippon Asset Management limited (RNAM)
    RV Naveenan
    Global J Manag Bus 6 (1), 108-117 2019

  • Non Performing Assets in Public Sector Banks: A Cause Analysis
    RV Naveenan, BR Kumar, BV Lakshmi
    American Finance & Banking Review 2 (2), 14-19 2018

  • Impact of group dynamics on team
    RVN Naveenan, BR Kumar
    American International Journal of Social Science Research 2 (2), 16-23 2018

  • Warning Signals-A Tool to Control NPA in Banks
    RV Naveenan
    International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and 2016

  • A Study on Cultural Based Buying Behaviour* Dr. T. Vijayakumar
    RV Naveenan


MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Non-performing loans, macroeconomic and bank-specific variables in Southeast Asia during COVID-19 pandemic
    OK Loang, Z Ahmad, RV Naveenan
    The Singapore Economic Review 68 (03), 941-961 2023
    Citations: 19

  • Impact of group dynamics on team
    RVN Naveenan, BR Kumar
    American International Journal of Social Science Research 2 (2), 16-23 2018
    Citations: 13

  • Warning Signals-A Tool to Control NPA in Banks
    RV Naveenan
    International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and 2016
    Citations: 11

  • Green Banking Practices in India-the Customer's Perspective
    RV Naveenan, A Madeswaran, KR Arun
    Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal 27, 1-19 2021
    Citations: 8

  • Risk and return analysis of portfolio management services of Reliance Nippon Asset Management limited (RNAM)
    RV Naveenan
    Global J Manag Bus 6 (1), 108-117 2019
    Citations: 7

  • Non Performing Assets in Public Sector Banks: A Cause Analysis
    RV Naveenan, BR Kumar, BV Lakshmi
    American Finance & Banking Review 2 (2), 14-19 2018
    Citations: 4

  • Analyzing corporate disclosure in Indian banks: assessing compliance, corporate attributes, and performance implications
    RV Naveenan, OK Loang, SG Najaf Iqbal, MA Shah
    2024
    Citations: 3

  • Corporate social responsibility of Canara Bank–a systematic status review
    RV Naveenan, T Jarin, SRB Prabhu
    International Journal of Business Information Systems 40 (3), 376-398 2022
    Citations: 1

  • Effectiveness of NPA control measures in managing loan assets in banks
    RV Naveenan, S Levi, S Merlyn
    SCHOLEDGE Int J Bus Policy Gov 6 (7), 57-69 2019
    Citations: 1