Operational Risk Management
This course addresses all of the major issues that will face a firm that is trying to gain value from its operational risk framework, looking at the key value drivers that impact the delivery of effective operational risk management. Many firms have commenced their implementation of a robust operational risk management framework. This course looks at the key issues that arise in practice and develops innovative solutions to the needs that are faced in practice.
COVID19 – at the time of writing this outline, it is clear that COVID – or specifically the measures taken by governments to control the outbreak – will have a big impact on the global economy. It is not clear yet how big this will be – the only certainty is that it will be negative. We will incorporate as much as is known about its impact generally and on bank regulation specifically, as the workshop schedules unfold.
4 x 3-hour live webinars. These sessions will include short breaks, case studies and Q and A sessions. Live webinars will be recorded and uploaded to the eLearning platform. Delegates will have licensed access to these recordings as well as the eLearning material, workbooks and slides. The Webinar is designed as a combination of formal coaching, supplemented by interactive discussions and practical case studies to illustrate solutions to the problems faced in the workplace.
Our expert course presenter is a banker with over 40 years’ experience in the UK corporate, investment, private and retail banking sectors. He qualified as an associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers in 1981 finishing as the top candidate for the year with distinctions in International Trade and winning the Whitehead Prize for Monetary Theory.He’s an accredited Master Trainer in the external training faculty at the world’s largest trade finance bank, HSBC. He has run programmes for them at all levels (including senior management) in risk management (including analytics), Basel III and IV, trade finance, financial crime compliance and regulatory compliance.