Risk Management Training Courses

Risk Management Training

Risk Management courses

Risk Management Course Outlines

ID Name Duration Overview
464216 Management of Compliance Risk in China 21 hours Audience All staff who need a working knowledge of Compliance and the Management of Risk for companies doing business in People's Republic of China. It can be tailored to deal with specific regional laws (e.g. company head-quartered in Germany but operating in China). Format of the course A combination of: Facilitated Discussions Slide Presentations Case Studies Examples Course Objectives By the end of this course, delegates will be able to: Understand the major facets of Compliance and the national and international efforts being made to manage the risk related to it Define the ways in which a company and its staff might set up a Compliance Risk Management Framework Detail the roles of Compliance Officer and Money Laundering Reporting Officer and how they should be integrated into a business Understand some of the other “hot spots” in Financial Crime – especially as they relate to International Business, Offshore Centres and High-Net-Worth Clients The basics of Compliance and the Management of Compliance Risk Understanding Compliance and the Risk associated with it What are important areas? Who are the Compliance Officers’ and Money Laundering Reporting Officers’ Stakeholders? Understanding and mitigating the risks of non-compliance Creating and Managing a Compliance Risk Management Framework Understanding a Risk-Management Approach The impact on the business – positively and negatively – of creating a Risk-Management Approach Compliance and Corporate Governance What is Corporate Governance? How does it interact with Compliance? Who are the Stakeholders? Corporate Governance principles Management Committees Codes and Guidelines Corporate Governance and Financial Crime Prevention Compliance Controls and Checks What do the Regulators expect? Creating a Compliance Monitoring Programme Other Financial Crime considerations Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing – a fresh look Fraud Data Protection and Information Security Personal and Sensitive Information Data Protection Policies Bribery and Corruption UK Bribery Act 2010 USA Foreign & Corrupt Practices Act Other areas for consideration Market Abuse and Insider Dealing Sanctions Financial Crime in International Business, in Offshore Centres and with High-Net-Worth Clients Why do financial criminals target International Business, Offshore Centres and High-Net- Worth clients? What are the major risks in undertaking this business? The Future Where are today’s Compliance and its Risk Management hotspots…?
347107 Compliance and the Management of Compliance Risk 21 hours Audience All staff who need a working knowledge of Compliance and the Management of Risk Format of the course A combination of: Facilitated Discussions Slide Presentations Case Studies Examples Course Objectives By the end of this course, delegates will be able to: Understand the major facets of Compliance and the national and international efforts being made to manage the risk related to it Define the ways in which a company and its staff might set up a Compliance Risk Management Framework Detail the roles of Compliance Officer and Money Laundering Reporting Officer and how they should be integrated into a business Understand some of the other “hot spots” in Financial Crime – especially as they relate to International Business, Offshore Centres and High-Net-Worth Clients The basics of Compliance and the Management of Compliance Risk Understanding Compliance and the Risk associated with it What are important areas? Who are the Compliance Officers’ and Money Laundering Reporting Officers’ Stakeholders? Understanding and mitigating the risks of non-compliance Creating and Managing a Compliance Risk Management Framework Understanding a Risk-Management Approach The impact on the business – positively and negatively – of creating a Risk-Management Approach Compliance and Corporate Governance What is Corporate Governance? How does it interact with Compliance? Who are the Stakeholders? Corporate Governance principles Management Committees Codes and Guidelines Corporate Governance and Financial Crime Prevention Compliance Controls and Checks What do the Regulators expect? Creating a Compliance Monitoring Programme Other Financial Crime considerations Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing – a fresh look Fraud Data Protection and Information Security Personal and Sensitive Information Data Protection Policies Bribery and Corruption UK Bribery Act 2010 USA Foreign & Corrupt Practices Act Other areas for consideration Market Abuse and Insider Dealing Sanctions Financial Crime in International Business, in Offshore Centres and with High-Net-Worth Clients Why do financial criminals target International Business, Offshore Centres and High-Net- Worth clients? What are the major risks in undertaking this business? The Future Where are today’s Compliance and its Risk Management hotspots…?
417061 Credit Appraisal 21 hours Audience Staff requiring an understanding of financial statements including an awareness of the information contained within financial statements; how that information is presented; and how that information is interpreted Staff who analyse financial information provided to them and arrive at reasoned decisions Support staff responsible for gathering and interpreting information for lending managers Staff responsible for the management of bad and doubtful debts who need a working knowledge of the decision-making process which led to the lending being made Format of the course A combination of: Facilitated Discussions Slide Presentations Case-Studies and Examples By the end of the course, delegates will be able to: Interpret financial information presented by clients Arrive at a reasoned decision for granting (or refusing) a client’s lending proposal For Corporate Clients and Small Business Clients Define an acceptable monitoring and control process for client activity once the lending has been granted Understand how to structure a lending to give maximum available protection to the bank Explain how to spot adverse client activity – deliberate or unforeseen – which may indicate problems in repaying the lending Undertake the proper process to ensure that, a far as is possible, the bank’s asset – its lending – is repaid in full Understanding Financial Statements Balance Sheets: How are they created? What do the respective sections mean? Where does the information come from? Profit and Loss Accounts How do they differ from Balance Sheets? What information is included? Where does that information come from? Budgets and Cash-Flow Forecasts Why are these so key in Lending Appraisal? What do they tell a lending banker? More-importantly what do they not tell a lending banker? Analysing Financial Statements Analysis of the trends and ratios in the financial statements covering: Liquidity Security Profitability Financial Management and Efficiency What do these trends tell a lending banker and what do they not tell a lending banker? Corporate and Small Business Clients Analysis of Corporate and Small Business Client lending propositions Understanding that different types of company need different ways of evaluating lending Managing and monitoring the lending Security: Is it necessary? What company security can we take and how do we take and perfect our security?
61565 Credit Risk Management for Consumer Lending 21 hours Audience Newly-appointed Personal Lending Managers Support staff responsible for gathering and interpreting information for the lending managers Staff responsible for the management of bad and doubtful debts who need a working knowledge of the decision-making process which led to the lending being made Lending to Personal Customers – Consumer Lending – demands a high-level of skill in the assessment of individual lending proposals. In many cases it has none of the sources of financial information traditionally associated with Corporate Lending – Balance Sheets, Profit & Loss Accounts etc. – and relies more on the trust and rapport built up between the customer and the lender. By the end of this course lenders to Personal Customers will be able to: Understand the process for assessing lending propositions from Personal Customers Utilise that process to come to a logical decision to agree to the loan or to decline it with robust reasons Manage and control a Personal Lending portfolio to ensure, as far as possible, that all loans are repaid in full. (Remembering that there’s no completely risk-free lending…!) Build rapport with customers to (try to!) ensure that all their loans are fully repaid Module 1 Analysis of Personal Lending propositions What information must customers provide to us? What extra information should customers provide to us? How do we analyse that information to check its authenticity? CAMPARI as a mnemonic for analysing Personal Lending propositions Character: what do we know of the customer – for instance their track record with the bank and previous loan history Ability: where are the repayments coming from – what “spare” cash does the customer have to finance loan repayment? Margin: what is the correct interest rate for the lending – this is the “rent” that we are asking the customer to pay for our money and will reflect the appropriate degree of risk Purpose: why does the customer want the loan – are they buying / financing a purchase that is acceptable to the bank and is the repayment period appropriate for this type of purchase? Amount: how much does the customer want to borrow – are they contributing anything to the purchase prices or is the bank being asking to lend 100%? Repayment: what is the repayment schedule – will the customer be able to maintain these payments for the duration of the loan? Insurance: what security (collateral) would we expect to be offered – how easy will it be to prefect this security giving the bank the “Insurance” it wants? Module 2 Interaction between Lender and Customer Understanding behaviours How is our behaviour developed by previous interactions (both inside and outside the bank)? How is our customer’s behaviour also developed by many interactions How can we ensure that we understand customers’ behaviours and, just as importantly, they understand ours…? Effective Communication What do we mean by Effective Communication? How is Effective Communication affected by first impressions? How is Effective Communication affected by different modes of communication: face-to-face / audio / e-mail / etc.? Building (and maintaining) rapport Understanding Emotional Intelligence in building (and retaining) rapport with customers – and, coincidentally, with colleagues… Using Goleman’s 5 steps to Emotional Intelligence in customer interactions Self-Awareness Self-Management Motivation Empathy Social Skills The levels of rapport – and how we achieve them The Berne model of communication – and its link to rapport Interview techniques Getting the right information Checking the accuracy of that information in discussions Challenging ambiguities (or information that seems to be incorrect) Asking for alternatives / Offering alternatives Effective Listening techniques Module 3 Making the decision How do we arrive at the correct decision? Balancing “pros” and “cons” Re-analysing the CAMPARI information then… Structuring the lending Setting up the loan to meet the optimal “shape” of the loan: Optimal to the bank Optimal to the customer Creating the appropriate documents and getting them signed before advancing the money… Insurance What security does the bank think is appropriate for this lending? Is the bank prepared to lend unsecured? Why not…? What security does the customer have to offer? How does the bank perfect the security to ensure that it is adequately protected in the event of default? …and Getting Repaid! Setting up the appropriate monitoring process for the loan to ensure that repayment is always (as near as possible) on schedule What actions do we need to take if the repayment deviate from the agreed schedule At what stage do we start to worry…? Module 4 Monitoring the Lending Portfolio What regular monitoring processes should the bank have in place across the entire Lending Portfolio? What are the early-warning signs that the bank should be looking for? At what stage do these early-warning signs actually mean that the loan (loans!) are out-of-order? Customer Interactions (revisited) How does the bank communicate with the customer now that the lending is not performing as agreed (and expected!)? How must that communication process change from the initial communication when the loan was being discussed? Revised Interview Techniques Negotiation Skills What are the steps required to “negotiate” with the customer to get the best possible solution – both for the customer and for the bank…? Understanding the IVCs (Inexpensive Valuable Concessions) and WAPs (Walk Away Positions) available to the bank in arriving at an agreement Module 5 Bad and Doubtful Debts How does the bank decide that a loan is now “Bad”? What are the steps required now in trying to achieve repayment? What has changed now with information in the original CAMPARI assessment? What is the current CAMPARI assessment? How can the bank learn from previous assessments which, with the benefit of hindsight, turn out to have been incorrect? How should the bank re-schedule the loan agreement? When should the bank begin to realise its security? What legal recourse does the bank have in “forcing” the customer to repay…? (Optional) Module 6 The course can also include the analysis and decision-making for small-business lending – for sole traders, partnerships and unincorporated entities Including the assessment of the more-traditional sources of financial information through Balance Sheets, Profit & Loss Accounts, and Financial Forecasts
417058 Lending Applications 21 hours Audience Corporate Lending Staff requiring an understanding of financial statements All Managers requiring an awareness of the information contained within financial statements; how that information is presented; and how that information is interpreted Corporate and Personal Lending Staff needing to analyse financial information provided to them – and arrive at reasoned decisions Support staff responsible for gathering and interpreting information for the lending managers Staff responsible for the management of bad and doubtful debts who need a working knowledge of the decision-making process which led to the lending being made Format of the course A combination of: Facilitated Discussions Slide Presentations Case-Studies and Examples Understanding Financial Statements Balance Sheets: How are they created? What do the respective sections mean? Where does the information come from? Profit and Loss Accounts How do they differ from Balance Sheets? What information is included? Where does that information come from? Budgets and Cash-Flow Forecasts Why are these so key in Lending Appraisal? What do they tell a lending banker? More-importantly what do they not tell a lending banker? Analysing Financial Statements Analysis of the trends and ratios in the financial statements covering: Liquidity Security Profitability Financial Management and Efficiency What do these trends tell a lending banker? …and as before, what do these trends not tell a lending banker? Corporate Clients Analysis of Corporate Client lending propositions Building expertise using a detailed Corporate Lending case study Understanding that different types of company require subtly different shades of lending evaluation Managing and monitoring the lending Security: Is it necessary? What company security can we take? How do we take and perfect our security? Small Business Clients As for Corporate Clients (see above) Personal Clients Analysis of Personal Lending propositions – understanding the criteria against which lending decisions are made (and which will differ between clients) Building expertise through a series of detailed Case Studies on Personal Lending propositions CAMPARI as a mnemonic to ensure that all aspects of the lending decision are fully considered Analysing personal information (in the absence of Balance Sheets, P&L accounts etc.) Making the decision; structuring the lending; and getting repaid Monitoring the lending portfolio – looking for early-warning signs Security: Is it necessary? What personal security can we take? How do we take and perfect the security?
296717 Psychologiczne aspekty zarządzania zespołem IT – psychologia zespołu Scrum agile 14 hours

Course Discounts

Course Venue Course Date Course Price [Remote/Classroom]
Java Spring Kraków, ul. Rzemieślnicza 1 Mon, 2016-08-29 09:00 7039PLN / 5245PLN
Java Spring Szczecin, ul. Małopolska 23 Mon, 2016-09-05 09:00 7039PLN / 5044PLN
Programming in WPF 4.5 Warszawa, ul. Złota 3/11 Mon, 2016-09-05 09:00 2809PLN / 1805PLN
Web Application Development in PHP Szczecin, ul. Małopolska 23 Tue, 2016-09-06 09:00 2688PLN / 2081PLN
Building Web Apps using the MEAN stack Szczecin, ul. Małopolska 23 Mon, 2016-09-12 09:00 4388PLN / 3003PLN
Java Spring Gdańsk, ul. Powstańców Warszawskich 45 Mon, 2016-09-12 09:00 7039PLN / 5153PLN
Java Spring Poznan, Garbary 100/63 Mon, 2016-09-12 09:00 7039PLN / 4961PLN
Access Intermediate Bydgoszcz, ul. Dworcowa 94 Tue, 2016-09-13 09:00 1218PLN / 910PLN
Java Spring Warszawa, ul. Złota 3/11 Mon, 2016-09-19 09:00 7039PLN / 4961PLN
Java Performance Gdynia, ul. Ejsmonda 2 Mon, 2016-09-19 09:00 4150PLN / 2866PLN
Java Spring Wroclaw, ul.Ludwika Rydygiera 2a/22 Mon, 2016-09-19 09:00 7039PLN / 4961PLN
BPMN 2.0 for Business Analysts Wroclaw, ul.Ludwika Rydygiera 2a/22 Tue, 2016-09-27 09:00 3110PLN / 2337PLN
ITIL® Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management Warszawa, ul. Złota 3/11 Mon, 2016-10-10 09:00 2639PLN / 2076PLN
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in Excel - Advanced Wroclaw, ul.Ludwika Rydygiera 2a/22 Mon, 2016-10-10 09:00 1689PLN / 1296PLN
Market Forecasting Poznan, Garbary 100/63 Thu, 2016-10-13 09:00 2936PLN / 2112PLN
Effective working with spreadsheet in Excel Rzeszów, Plac Wolności 13 Tue, 2016-10-18 09:00 918PLN / 843PLN
A Practical Guide to Successful Pricing Strategies Poznan, Garbary 100/63 Wed, 2016-10-26 09:00 1427PLN / 1093PLN
Agile Project Management with Scrum Kraków, ul. Rzemieślnicza 1 Wed, 2016-11-02 09:00 1746PLN / 1449PLN
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) in Excel - Advanced Białystok, ul. Malmeda 1 Mon, 2016-11-14 09:00 1689PLN / 1413PLN

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