Advances in the Principles of Banking Operations and Management
This specially designed course will provide a definitive guide for banking management, and highlights vital issues for survival and sustenance in the 21st century banking business cycle.
It reiterates the primary requirement of banking, i.e. sound capital and liquidity risk management; and provide comprehensive guide to ensuring their presence in a banking progress. It provides delegates with working tools, which will serve as policy guide for practitioners and regulators at all levels.
Particularly, it explains the keys to success that bankers need to follow during good times in order to be prepared for the bad, and provide in-depth guidance and technical analysis of exactly what constitutes best banking practice. It covers issues of practical importance to bank practitioners, including asset liability management, liquidity risk, internal transfer pricing, capital management, stress testing, and more. The course uses very modern and relevant case studies to illustrate key principles of bank asset-liability management.
- Have renewed ability to analyse bank business and balance sheet risk, including bank regulatory capital, banking and credit risk, financial securitisation and the yield curve.
- Able to discuss modern day bank asset and liability management fully, including asset-liability ratio, trading and hedge principles, terms of reference and treasury operating model, risk reporting, risk policy and stress testing.
- Will have a sound understanding of the principles of bank liquidity risk management, including liquidity risk metrics, liquidity risk reporting and stress testing, and internal fund pricing policy.
- Better understanding of bank strategy and governance, including ability to formulate strategy and direction, capital and funding management and principles of corporate governance.
- Able to utilise computer applications software, policy templates and spreadsheet models, with little or no supervision.
Who should attend
This course is recommended for personnel involved with managing public and private pension funds, such as risk managers, fund managers, portfolio managers and board members. It is particularly valuable for public fund managers at local and state levels.