Bank Risk Management Including Basel II.5 and III – Riyadh
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Evolution of the regulatory framework in the light of the recent Western banking crisis
But is that sufficient? There is a growing realisation that banks, like all organisations, need to provide an adequate return to the providers of capital for the risks that they are taking. In the major international banks, risk management has evolved from a control mechanism ensuring Basel compliance, to a critical input into the basic business question: am I earning enough revenue out of this transaction to compensate me for the additional risks I am taking on?
Addressing this question should be of fundamental interest to the senior management of banks, and indeed of all organisations.
This course will therefore not only address the immediate regulatory requirements, but will also discuss both current and future best practice internationally.
A broad look across risk management
The Basel Accord – what is it, and why do we have it?
Did the Accord work in the current economic crisis – proposed changes
Development of the ICAAP in preparation for your SReP
Creation of a risk framework
How risk management should be organised
The assessment of market risk using both traditional and modern approaches
Credit portfolio management – why is this the new paradigm?
How operational risk is being assessed and managed
The Accord has been implemented – what next?
Who should attend:
Risk managers in financial institutions
Rating agency analysts
Financial controllers in large institutions
Credit risk analysts
Portfolio analysts / managers
Attendance cost: £3390
Event organizer: Euromoney