Banking Risk Management - Part 4

Banking Risk Management - Part 4

Overview

This eCourse consists of two modules. Module 1 This tutorial looks in detail at risk reporting, covering it from the perspective of both internal reports and external/regulatory reports.

Module 2 describes how the practice of stress testing has developed within financial risk management in recent years and highlights its growing importance following the events of the crisis. It also
addresses the different types of stress test in terms of both institutional and regulatory contexts.

Objective

On completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify the importance of risk reporting and the key internal and external stakeholders
- Recognize the problems with risk reporting that were exposed by the financial crisis and the response by both regulators and banks to these problems
- Identify the key stages in the risk reporting process and the challenges that reporting teams face
- Explain why there has been increased focus on stress testing as opposed to value at risk (VaR) in recent years
- Outline how a stress testing program is implemented
- Describe the typical stress testing 'best practices' expected by regulators and the specific stress testing requirements imposed by regulators

Content

Module 1: Risk Management - Reporting
Topic 1: Overview of Risk Reporting
Topic 2: Evolution & Development of Risk Reporting
Topic 3: Risk Reporting Process & Challenges

Module 2: Stress Testing – An Introduction
Topic 1: The Need for Stress Testing
Topic 2: Stress Testing Programs
Topic 3: Best Practices and Regulation

Details

Code
TERFR18009001
Venue
ePlatform
Language
English
Level
Intermediate
Hours
SFC:2.0, PWMA:2.0
Fees
All Member: HK$560
Staff of Corporate Member: HK$560
Non-Member: HK$780