This Course is Designed For:
Cash Management Team Leaders;
Cost and management accountant;
Customer Complaint Managers;
Financial and budget controllers who are moving to wider responsibilities;
Financial planners and cost analysts;
First appointment managers on fast-track development Programmes;
Heads of Savings and Investments;
Managers and Supervisors from every business discipline and department who have to run departments and plan, cost and budget during their business lives;
Managers who have to plan, cost and budget new business ventures;
Managers who need to know more about business planning, budgeting, costing terms and techniques;
Managers who require a refresher programme on the topic or who would benefit from having an opportunity to consider new ideas and methods;
Managers with direct financial responsibilities;
Quality Assurance Officers;
Senior Credit Risk Managers;
Senior Derivatives Managers;
Senior managers who supervise people with financial responsibilities;
All others seeking an enhanced knowledge and competence in the areas of domestic banking operation, regulation, financial risk, trading and financial exposure.
Duration: 5 Days
Course Contents, Concepts and Issues
Part 1: Bank’s Departmental Control
Daily Cost Control of Debit and Credits;
Original Entry Ticket – Departmental Proof Sheet;
Original Entry Journal;
The Daily Balance Book;
The Daily Condition Book/ Sheet;
Departmental Journal or Blotter.
Part 2: Bank’s Permanent Cost Control of Resources and Liabilities
The Importance of Resource Items, Incorporating Departmental Records, in Cost Control, viz:
• Records of Loans and Discount Transactions;
• Record of Securities Owned;
• Record of Accounts Maintained with Other Banks.
The Importance of Liability Items, Incorporating Departmental Records, In Cost Control: Viz.
• Record of Deposit Liability;
• Record of Income and Expenses;
• Record of Capital Stock.
Part 3: Salient Issues to Financial Risk Management (1)
Risk: A Working Hypothesis;
Defining Risk – Generally;
Financial Risk: A Plausible Definition;
Financial Risk in an Organisational Setting;
Financial Risk and ‘Market Dynamics’;
Corporate Strategy and Risk Management.
Part 4: Salient Issues to Financial Risk Management (2)
Financial Risk Settings: A Meta-Analytical Exploration;
Risk in Financial Institutions;
Risk and the Currency Market;
Risk and the Equity Market;
Futures Market Risk;
Derivatives – The Financial Futures Markets;
Interbank Lending and the Element of Trust;
Analysing the 2008 Credit Crunch;
Stop Loss Mechanism as a Cost Control and Risk Management Measure.
Part 5: Risk Budgeting in Financial Institutions
Risk Budgeting: The Next Step of the Risk Management;
Risk Budgeting Journey – The Veteran’s Prospective;
Crisis and Risk Management;
Risk Budgeting: Managing Active Risk at the Total Fund Level;
The Dangers of Historical Hedge Fund Data;
Value-at-Risk for Asset Managers;
Risk Budgeting for Pension Funds and Investment;
Managers using Value at Risk (VAR);
Risk Budgeting for Active Investment Managers;
Risk Obsession: Does it Lead to Risk Aversion?;
Market Neutral and Hedged Strategies;
The Infrastructure Challenge: Empowering the Stakeholder through the Successful Deployment of Technology and Data.
Part 6: Bank for International Settlement (BIS): Its Membership and Role
The Role of the Central Bank or Federal Reserve;
Inflation and Bank Lending Rates.
London Inter-Bank Offer Rate (LIBOR):
• The Operation of LIBOR;
• Is LIBOR Significant for Domestic Interest Rates;
• LIBOR and Its International Relationship.
The Role of Bank for International Settlement (BIS);
The Central Bank or Federal Reserve Membership of BIS;
Basel Committee on Banking Supervision;
Basel 3 Agreement:
• A Global Regulatory Framework for More Resilient Banks and Banking Systems;
• The Liquidity Coverage Ratio and liquidity risk monitoring;
• The Net Stable Funding Ratio
We offer very attractive discount for groups of 3 and more people, from the same organisation, taking the same course. This discount is between ten percent (10%) and thirty three percent (33%), depending on the group size. Even with these discounts, we can also deliver courses for groups in the country of your choice.
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