The inseparability of strategy, risk and regulation has elevated the role of a bank’s risk function.
The CRO, risk team, BoD and risk committee need to be equipped with the right mix of risk and regulatory know-how to be able to influence and challenge decision making.
With risk management under the spotlight, investing in risk people is critical to gaining a competitive advantage. Our training solutions may be the key to aligning your risk function in the most affordable manner.
We are offering a free session to discuss what we believe to be the key areas impacting the industry. Be it the risk committee members or the CRO, we will tailor our discussion accordingly.
We are offering a free session to discuss what we believe to be the key areas impacting the industry.
The training catalogue
Introduction to the new regulatory and supervisory environment
Introduction to the single supervisory mechanism (SSM), and an overview of their supervisory methodology (SREP)
An overview of why regulators are expected to focus on converging the banks’ business models with ICAAP and ILAAP processes
Definition of tier 1 and tier 2 capital
Discussion on the effects of the quality and size of capital to loan and investment portfolios
Overview of how forbearance and non-performing loans impact capital requirements
Interpretation of risk weighted assets (RWA)
Overview of the new CRR liquidity requirements
Explanation of the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) and the net stable funding ratio (NSFR)
Optimising risk exposure to maximise return on equity (ROE)
Overview of the options available for the bank to increase its risk exposure
Discussion on de-risking and deleveraging vs issuing new capital
ICAAP and ILAAP in the context of SREP
Overview of the ICAAP and ILAAP as management tools
ICAAP and ILAAP stress testing
Liquidity monitoring and funding strategy
Overview of recovery plans under the bank recovery and resolution directive (BRRD)
Recommended approach for recovery plans, including scenario planning and recovery option development
Governance around recovery planning
Defining 2016 stress testing scope as per ECB requirements and EBA guidelines
Developing a stress testing plan and methodology
FATCA and CRS
Introduction and rationale to FATCA
Overview of entity classification and registration
Discussion on due diligence and reporting requirements
Introduction to CRS: Wider exchange of information
Insight into the main features of CRS and its implementation
Anti-money laundering (AML)
Introduction of the bank’s AML requirements, and potential reputational risk
Overview of the key principles of client acceptance
Discussion of the bank’s policy on initial and ongoing due diligence
How can we help?
Should you be interested in tailored training sessions, please do not hesitate to contact us for a consultation meeting.
Mark has extensive experience in regulatory, compliance, risk and audit assignments of firms within the financial services industry, in particular banks. Mark’s area of specialisation is banking regul... More