Enterprise Risk Management and Basel II / III

Background on Basel II and Basel III
From Basel I to Basel II, the transition was more of fine tuning that was not a result of any major economic shock. However, the transition from Basel II to Basel III is a directly result of the financial crisis and the journey is likely to be painful over the next 5-7 years.

Program Details

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City: Chennai
Time - 9.30 am to 5.30pm
•Rs 3,000 plus Service Tax (Discounts available for early birds, large corporate enrolment/Students)
•March 19, 2013
•Location – Vestin Park Hotel, 39, Montieth Road, Egmore, Chennai – 600 008 Ph. 28527171, 28529533

The Challenge
Banks are experiencing increased focus on risk management. A significant innovation of Basel II accord was emphasis on the role of internal risk management functions and systems. The challenge for banks is to evaluate how much risk a bank can take to meet not only regulatory capital requirement but also for its own survival and growth.

The solution to this challenge is the implementation of a formal and a structured Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) system and processes that effectively identify, assess, and manage risk within acceptable levels.

Overview and Summary
The course provides participants the understanding of risk management concepts and provides them with practical tools and methods required for implementation of the framework.

This is an instructor led course designed to provide a practical understanding of the new global framework for risk management. In this one day intensive course, participants gain a complete understanding for implementing risk management processes in their organization. Practical exercises and case studies help to better understand concepts and evaluation of multiple methods and techniques.

Course Agenda
Fundamentals of Risk Management in Banks
Corporate Governance & Risk Governance
Evolution of Risk Management in banks and ERM
Operational Risk and its importance today
IT Risk in Banks
Workshop and question and answer

More information
Kindly Send nomination along with the payment and contact details (Name, Contact Number, email id) to :
Prasanna Rath at prasanna.rath@riskpro.in (+ 91- 9094070458)
R. Murali at murali@riskpro.in (+91 – 9566077326)

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