Managementul riscului, prudentialiate si raportari


MIFID II: Strategies for risk assessment and management in the context of implementing the new legislation

      DESCRIPTION The seminar presents an applied approach to risk management strategies in the context of the implementation of MIFID II. It highlighting the risk management paradigm changes introduced by MIFID II in parallel with the emphasizing of

The assessment and management of non-performing exposures according to the new international standards: integrated perspective on prudential and accounting framework (COREP, FINREP, IFRS)

  The seminar aimed at deepening the new requirements  relative to the assessment and  management of nonperforming exposures stipulated in international standards: EBA ITS, COREP and FINREP and IFRS 39 / IFRS 9. An important aspect will be the presentation


Portfolio management with “R” analytics tools

      OBJECTIVES The course focuses on the measurement and management of losses from credit risk, at portfolio level. The management practices are aligned with the regulatory requirements for Internal Rating Based approach for capital requirements and IFRS 9


Rating models with “R” analytics tools

OBJECTIVES Considering the latest developments in the local markets and the regulatory requirements for credit risk, the course offers an in-depth and practical approach to the rating models and risk parameters used in credit risk management.  The course contains a


Seminar on Non–Financial Reporting: current state of affairs and future of information disclosure in line with the new EU Directive

Introduction 60% of CFOs (according to Deloitte CFO Survey, 2015) of big companies express a view that the challenges in respect of sustainable development will trigger changes in financial reporting and verification. At the same time, 63% of investors surveyed


Principles for effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting (BCBS 239)

How effectively are you complying with BCBS 239? A guide to assessing your risk data aggregation strategies   The goal of this seminar is to provide measurable parameters that banks can use to accurately gauge their level of compliance and


Operational Risk Management (high level)

      OBJECTIVE Based on the latest trends and updates, the course intends to provide an understanding and knowledge of operational risk, the international regulations in this area, and the methods of evaluation and control of this risk. Moreover,


COURSE OBJECTIVE obtaining knowledge and skills in order to carry out internal/external fraud risk management processes which may appear in financial and banking institutions, leasing companies, ensurance companies, as well as during legal execution of goods. The first part of



COURSE DESCRIPTION Portfolio Risk Rating (PRR) The PRR is used in a variety of tasks within a bank, most notably to assess the risk rating of a particular portfolio and making decisions on how to manage it. PRRs are produced

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