Course 1110:
Foundations in Risk Management

 (1-2 days)


Course Description

This foundation program in risk management provides delegates with the core competencies required for risk management professionals in the retail banking world. This course is delivered in an interactive way using real life case studies and examples to make sure that the learning is applied and adds value to the organization.

Who Should Attend

Anyone working in a financial services firm will benefit from this course. Those in risk, compliance, and operations will benefit, however it is also appropriate for a broader audience who wish to gain insight into the risk management process.

Course Outline

Managing Banks

  • Bank Corporate Governance
  • Balance Sheet and Income Statement
  • Asset and Liability Management
  • Loan Losses

Defining the Risks

  • Banks and Banking
  • Different Types of Banks
  • Banking Risk
  • Forces Shaping the Banking Industry

 Banking Regulation

  • From Liquidity Crisis to Bank Panics
  • Foundations of Bank Regulation
  • International Regulation of Bank Risks
  • Deposit Insurance

Market Risk

  • Introduction to Market Risk
  • Basics of Financial Instruments
  • Trading
  • Market Risk Measurement and Management
  • Market Risk Regulation

Operational Risk

  • What Is Operational Risk?
  • Operational Risk Events
  • Operational Loss Events
  • Operational Risk Management

Regulatory Capital and Supervision under Basel II & III

  • Bank Regulatory Capital
  • Basel Minimum Capital Requirement
  • Pillar 2 – Supervisory Review
  • Pillar 3 – Market Discipline
  • Economic Capital
  • What Is the Role of Economic Capital?

Credit Risk

  • Introduction to Credit Risk
  • Lenders
  • Borrowers
  • Characteristics of Credit Products
  • Credit Products

The Credit Process and Credit Risk Management

  • The Credit Process
  • The Credit Analysis Process
  • Portfolio Management
  • Credit

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