This course is designed to provide a systematic and comprehensive analysis of the fundamentals of the financial markets, including the participants, the main products, and the nature of the environment in which those products have traded as well as how that environment has evolved.
The course will also provide insights into how said environment has significantly impacted banking strategies, the products and services offered, and the exhaustive system of checks and balances embedded within both the industry and individual banks. This will form the basis for illustrating the essential elements of the system of risk management, governance, and internal controls that are embedded in the operations of modern banks.
The course will be highly interactive and will draw from an extensive historical catalogue of events, bank failures, market disruptions and topical case studies.
By the end of this course, trainees will be able to:
The events that have critically, shaped the perception of banks from the perspective of their stakeholders, including customers, governments and regulators.
The design on the Basel Capital and Liquidity requirements in response to financial market failures.
The impact of all the above on the risk management, governance and internal control frameworks within banks.
The importance of organizational culture as a key component of enterprise risk management.
The extensive system of policies, processes and procedures and key
controls required for the effective and efficient management of
Financial crime as a critical component of risk management