Risk Management in Investment Banking
The course will explain how risk is categorized, quantified, monitored and managed within a financial institution, and the related regulatory requirements.
This course will provide an essential overview of all the different risks that banks encounter. The course will also explain how risk is categorized, quantified, monitored and managed within a financial institution, and the related regulatory requirements.
This course is suited for new or established risk professionals who wish to gain a better understanding of the risk management processes within a bank and how a bank is regulated.
What will you learn?
- Understand the bank’s business model in relation to the risks they take
- Identify the key banking risks groups and their relative importance
- Acquire qualitative and quantitative tools for measuring and managing financial risk in banks
- Understand current regulations aimed at controlling risks in banks
- Learn the different methodologies used for regulatory capital and liquidity requirements in banks
Who should attend?
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
- Risk Management
- Operational Risk Management
- Credit risk fundamentals
- Market risk fundamentals
- Liquidity risk fundamentals
- Operational risk fundamentals
- legal and regulatory risk fundamentals
- Counterparty risk fundamentals
- Reputation risk fundamentals
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