Risk Management and Assessment Analysis for Financial Institutions
This programme in Risk Management and Assessment Analysis for Financial Institutions provides delegates with an innovative approach that spotlights management principles of return and risk in modern financial institutions.
The essential subject matter is that the risks faced by financial institutions managers, the methods and markets through which these risks are managed are becoming increasingly similar whether an institution is chartered as a commercial bank, a savings bank, an investment bank, or an insurance company.
The programme not only analyses the established nature of each sector’s product activity, but lays greater emphasis on new areas of activities such as asset securitisation, off balance sheet banking, handling financial merger issues and international banking.
Its discourse blends best practices in risk management with holistic treatments of how financial institutions are regulated. It explores market, credit, liquidity, model, climate, cyber, and operational risk.
It is a must-attend for all operational and risk managers in the banks, financial institutions, insurance companies, etc.
- Develop a basic understanding of why financial institutions are unique, including the causes of recent and past financial crises, and financial statement analysis using a return on equity (ROE) framework.
- Develop a new approach to financial statements and analysis, including commercial bank’s financial statements and analysis, depository institutions and their regulators, technology in commercial banking, insurance, securities brokerage and investment banking, etc.
- Become able to better measure risks, including interest rate risk, the basics of bond valuation, incorporating convexity into the duration model; and able to carry out basic credit risk analysis, including individual loan risk, loan portfolio, and concentration risk, letter of credit transaction, foreign exchange risk, technology and other operational risks, liquidity risk, sources and uses of funds statement.
- Be better able to better manage risks, including liability and liquidity management, federal reserve requirement accounting, deposit insurance and other liability guarantees, circulation of calculation of deposit insurance premiums, press release of bank failures, etc.
- Gain a better understanding of regulatory treatment of the mixing of banking, securities, and insurance activities and the mixing of banking and commerce, including futures and forwards.
Who should attend
This programme is recommended for tax administrators, bankers, and others personnel involved with managing public and private finance functions, such as risk managers, fund managers, portfolio managers and board.