Risk Management Professional Certification (RMP)

Risk Category

SPECIAL PRICING: A sheer value proposition with a price tag starting from Rs 11,000 (Rs 2,000 for RMP Exam only)

Risk Management is a growing specialisation that is integrating across almost all business function. Internal Audit remains at the Core of Risk Mitigation efforts. Besides internal audit, Compliance, Information Security, IT Governance, Corporate Governance, Finance all benefit from the effectiveness of Risk Management.

Risk Management Certification in India and Risk Management Courses in India are not many. Educational Institutes are catching up to this requirement. A few that exist provide mostly Financial Risk Management courses. At Riskpro, we want to offer a broad based Risk Management Certification that ensures that a wider audience is able to benefit from this program.

This is a self paced Online / interactive learning that is customised to bring the latest developments to the users.

The need for Risk Management Certification:

  • Risk Management weakness is often highlighted as the core of all financial crisis. Every major event and fraud is a lapse in Risk Management
  • Risk Management adds value to an organisation in the long term and in a sustained manner
  • Training in Risk Management is often not present in current University and MBA syllabus.
  • Risk Managers are often sought and well paid. These professionals are likely to play a major role in strategy implementation of any organization in the future

Riskpro Offering

  • Riskpro introduces a unique Certification in Risk Management titled Risk Management Professional(RMP)
  • RMP coves all aspects of risk management and not just focused on Banking Risk, Financial Risk. We believe that risk management is a holistic concept, not just restricted to banking/Insurance
  • Just imagine almost 200 hours of risk related training, practical training, webinars, counseling, regular risk updates. You are constantly being exposed to risk management and will surely make you a true and well informed risk manager.

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    With approximately 200 Hours of learning, this programs gives you a value at the rate of Rs 90/hour of learning. Where else would you get risk management training (structured training with quiz, case studies and international standards) at this rate.

    The course content is given below.

    Subject Topic
    Market Risk : Basic Level
    1. Interest Rate Risk
    2. Liquidity Risk
    3. Equity Risk
    4. Portfolio Risk
    5. Foreign Exchange Risk
    6. Commodity Risk
    7. Regulatory Issues
    8. Value at Risk

    Basics of Finance / Banking : Financial Mathematics
    9. Bond Pricing
    10. Probability Distributions and their Properties
    11. Measuring Volatility
    12. Correlation and Regression Analysis

    Governance : Global Banking Supervision
    13. Core Principles and Methodology
    14. Supervisory Self-Assessment
    15. Corporate Governance in Banks
    16. Internal Control System
    17. Internal Audit in Banks
    18. Supervisors and External Auditors
    19. Operational Risk Management
    20. Liquidity Management
    21. Credit Risk Management
    22. Management of Settlement Risk in Foreign Exchange
    23. Trading and Derivatives Activities
    24. Risk Management Principles for E-banking
    25. Loan Accounting and Disclosure
    26. Highly Leveraged Institutions
    27. Dealing with weak banks

    Basel II University
    28. Basel II - An Overview
    29. Scope of Application
    30. Credit Risk - Standardized Approach
    31. Standardized Approach - Credit Risk Mitigation
    32. Simplified Standardized Approach
    33. IRB Approach - Overview
    34. IRB Approach - Rules for Exposures
    35. IRB Approach - Minimum Requirements
    36. Credit Risk - Securitization Framework
    37. Operation Risk Measurement Approaches
    38. Qualifying Criteria for Operational Risk
    39. Market Risk - Measurement Framework
    40. Market Risk - Standardized Measurement Approach
    41. Market Risk - Internal Models Approach
    42. Key Principles
    43. Specific Issues
    44. Supervisory Review Process for Securitization
    45. Market Discipline

    Counterparty Credit Risk
    46. Overview to Derivative Products-I
    47. Overview to Derivative Products-II
    48. Credit Exposure
    49. Credit Risk in Derivative Products
    50. Pre-settlement & Settlement Risk
    51. Netting
    52. Margin and Collateral Requirements
    53. Monte Carlo Simulation
    54. Case Studies

    Operational Risk Management
    55. Introduction to Operational Risk
    56. Basic Concepts
    57. Regulatory Treatment of Operational Risk under Basel-II
    58. Operational Risk in Various Banking Sectors
    59. Operational Risk in insurance
    60. Developing objectives and identifying risks
    61. Estimating potential losses – Data
    62. Estimating potential losses – Loss distributions
    63. Analyzing risks
    64. Loss prediction and prevention
    65. Loss control
    66. Loss reduction and risk avoidance
    67. Risk financing
    68. Measurement framework
    69. ORM in practice
    70. Enterprise-wide Risk Management (ERM)
    71. Basic and causal models
    72. Legal risk and taxation rules
    73. E-banking
    74. Systems and software
    75. Case study - Barings

    Anti-Money Laundering / Know-Your-Client
    76. What Is Money Laundering
    77. International Initiatives
    78. Customer Identification Program
    79. USA Patriot Act
    80. Wolfberg’s principles on correspondent banking
    81. Terrorist related money laundering
    82. Know your Customer

    Corporate Governance
    83. Overview
    84. Models and Mechanisms
    85. Shareholders and Stakeholders
    86. Board of Directors
    87. Audit Committee
    88. Banking Corporate Governance
    89. Corporate Scandals
    90. Best Practices
    91. Corporate Responsibility

    Foreign Exchange Markets
    92. Overview of Foreign Exchange Market
    93. Spot Market
    94. Forward Market
    95. Determination of Exchange Rates
    96. Currency Futures
    97. Currency Options
    98. Currency Swaps
    99. Second Generation Forward Contracts
    100. FX Trading Controls

    Sarbanes Oxley Act
    101. Overview of Sarbanes-Oxley Act
    102. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board
    103. Auditor Independence
    104. Corporate Responsibility
    105. Enhanced Financial Disclosures
    106. Analyst Conflicts of Interest
    107. Commission Resources and Authority
    108. Studies and Reports
    109. Corporate and Criminal Fraud Accountability
    110. White-Collar Crime Penalty Enhancements
    111. Corporate Tax Returns
    112. Corporate Fraud and Accountability

    Technology and Security Risk
    113. Internal Control in Banks
    114. Banking Technology
    115. Branch Security
    116. Branch Security - Fraud Aspects

    Governance, Risk & Compliance
    117. Classification of Risks
    118. Introduction to ERM and its Frameworks
    119. Regulatory Landscape
    120. Governance, Risk and Compliance - Demystified
    121. COSO and CobiT in Support of GRC Needs
    122. Operational Risk Management Primer
    123. GRC - Case Study

    Trading Operation Controls
    124. Trade Life Cycle
    125. Front Office Controls
    126. Middle Office Controls
    127. Back Office Controls

    General Risks and Analytics
    128. Industry Risk
    129. Business Risks
    130. Financial Risks
    131. Management Risks
    132. Project Risks

    Insurance Risks
    133. Insurance Concepts
    134. Analysis and Evaluation of Risk Exposure
    135. Actuarial Principles