Training programmes


Implementation of the new Basel IV framework

      The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (“BCBS”) officially unveiled the new recommendations for setting the capital requirements for the banking sector, commonly referred to as “Basel IV” in December 2018. These papers completed the work that BCBS


Portfolio management with “R” analytics tools

  OBJECTIVES The course focuses on the measurement and management at portfolio level of credit risk losses. The credit risk management practices are aligned with the latest regulatory developments for capital and provisions requirements. The course contains a short introductory presentation of the R programming language. The theoretical background


Banking Supervision: On-site inspections and internal model investigation

      There are many challenges at the horizon: geopolitical risks, non-performing loans, technological change, cybercrime, digitalization and IT, repricing in financial markets, the low interest rate environment, climate change, IFRS 9, the new Basel III: finalizing post crisis


Developing & Implementing Intelligent Credit Risk Scorecards

    Hands-on 2-day seminar with SAS software Aims and Scope of the Seminar This seminar presents a business-focused process for the development and implementation of risk prediction scorecards, one that builds upon a solid foundation of statistics and data

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ACI Operations Certificate Exam Training

      The ACI Operations Certificate is the only International recognized diploma for Financial Markets and Treasury operations staff! During the course, each subject area will be covered by a Power Point presentation. This is followed by a session


Implementation of a robust liquidity risk management framework and the Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process (ILAAP)

      Over time, supervisory expectations regarding the internal liquidity adequacy assessment process (ILAAP) have evolved. The latest guidance papers from the European Central Bank (ECB) and European Banking Authority (EBA) on the conduct of ILAAP seek to enhance


AnaCredit and BCBS 239 – the first big step to a new way of reporting

      Starting with the reference date as of September 2018, credit institutions in the euro area, and on a voluntary basis from Member States outside the euro area, will report to the European Central Bank via the National


Applied Seminar on Common Reporting Framework (COREP)

      The course aims at deepening the reporting requirements in line with the ITS on own funds and liquidity nr.680 / 2014. The focus will be placed on capital items (CA1-CA4, CA5.1, CA5.2) and liquidity (C51-C54, C60, C61


      DESCRIPTION The seminar aims at deepening FINREP 2020 reporting framework, following an approach structured on two pillars: balance sheet items vs income statement items. A special focus will be placed on the connection items between the two

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