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Mode of Learning Picture

MODE OF LEARNING – VIRTUAL CLASS

The structure of our virtual learning program is designed to keep the same levels of engagement and networking as our in-person courses. Like our classroom-based public courses, the maximum number of participants will be capped – the live online sessions will be limited to 7 participants. This allows for an interactive, discursive style of training to help you develop confidence in your future decisions and analysis.

Our live online courses are led by our experienced instructors, who will provide you with easily digestible content, using knowledge learned from many years in the industry, during scheduled class times. Currently, we offer live online public courses only in two region, Africa and Europe. Delegates will receive copies of the course materials electronically.

MODE OF LEARNING – VIRTUAL CLASS

Mode of Learning Picture

The structure of our virtual learning program is designed to keep the same levels of engagement and networking as our in-person courses. Like our classroom-based public courses, the maximum number of participants will be capped – the live online sessions will be limited to 7 participants. This allows for an interactive, discursive style of training to help you develop confidence in your future decisions and analysis.

Our live online courses are led by our experienced instructors, who will provide you with easily digestible content, using knowledge learned from many years in the industry, during scheduled class times. Currently, we offer live online public courses only in two region, Africa and Europe. Delegates will receive copies of the course materials electronically.

Course Description Picture

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The 2008 global financial crisis revealed that a far more stringent approach to Liquidity Risk Management was required across the industry. This was further reinforced by the inclusion of a formal liquidity regime within the 2010 Basel III Accords for the very first time.

This course will further give an overview of the challenges of managing liquidity risk as well as recommendations to address this important risk and how liquidity risk is effectively measured, assessed and managed.

The course is divided into 3 broad categories;

  • Review of the 2010 Basel III regulatory framework for the implementation of Liquidity Risk Management.
  • In-depth analysis of Liquidity Risk under Basel III accord.
  • Participants exposure to Google Cloud base simulator used in deriving risk measures for liquidity risk.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course Description Picture

The 2008 global financial crisis revealed that a far more stringent approach to Liquidity Risk Management was required across the industry. This was further reinforced by the inclusion of a formal liquidity regime within the 2010 Basel III Accords for the very first time.

This course will further give an overview of the challenges of managing liquidity risk as well as recommendations to address this important risk and how liquidity risk is effectively measured, assessed and managed.

The course is divided into 3 broad categories;

  • Review of the 2010 Basel III regulatory framework for the implementation of Liquidity Risk Management.
  • In-depth analysis of Liquidity Risk under Basel III accord.
  • Participants exposure to Google Cloud base simulator used in deriving risk measures for liquidity risk.
Learning Outcome

LEARNING OUTCOME

Introduce participants to the concepts of Basel I, II, III and IV accords/frameworks and elaborate on the changes introduced by each framework.

Expose participants to the key financial regulations around Basel Capital Adequacy requirements by examining the roles of BCBS, EBA, PRA, OSFI etc in the implementation Basel requirements.

Review the concept of liquidity risk and how it’s captured through examination of various liquidity ratio’s introduced in Basel III (Liquidity Coverage Ratio, Net Stable Funding Ratio, Leverage Ratio).

LEARNING OUTCOME

Learning Outcome

Introduce participants to the concepts of Basel I, II, III and IV accords/frameworks and elaborate on the changes introduced by each framework.

Expose participants to the key financial regulations around Basel Capital Adequacy requirements by examining the roles of BCBS, EBA, PRA, OSFI etc in the implementation Basel requirements.

Review the concept of liquidity risk and how it’s captured through examination of various liquidity ratio’s introduced in Basel III (Liquidity Coverage Ratio, Net Stable Funding Ratio, Leverage Ratio).

TARGET AUDIENCE(S)

Risk Professionals, Financial Regulators, IT Consultants (Business Analysts / Developers /Test Analysts) and other individuals that wish to gain insight into Basel bank capital adequacy regulations.

 

ANTICIPATED DURATION

5 days instructor led zoom lecture

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The objective of the training is to provide participants with detailed analysis and insight into the implementation credit risk under Basel II, III & IV Capital Accords by financial institutions.

This will be achieved through examination of various regulatory requirements from Basel Committee for Banking Supervision (BCBS), European Banking Authority (EBA), Office of the Supretendent of Financial Institution (OSFI) etc as specified within the scope of Basel regulatory framework for credit risk.

 

ESTIMATED LEVEL OF AUDIENCE KNOWLEDGE

Intermediate Level

TARGET AUDIENCE(S)

Risk Professionals, Financial Regulators, IT Consultants (Business Analysts / Developers /Test Analysts) and other individuals that wish to gain insight into Basel bank capital adequacy regulations.

 

ANTICIPATED DURATION

5 days instructor led zoom lecture

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The objective of the training is to provide participants with detailed analysis and insight into the implementation credit risk under Basel II, III & IV Capital Accords by financial institutions.

This will be achieved through examination of various regulatory requirements from Basel Committee for Banking Supervision (BCBS), European Banking Authority (EBA), Office of the Supretendent of Financial Institution (OSFI) etc as specified within the scope of Basel regulatory framework for credit risk.

 

ESTIMATED LEVEL OF AUDIENCE KNOWLEDGE

Intermediate Level

COURSE SCHEDULE

Day Topic Class Programme Sub Topics Description/Objective
Day One Liquidity Risk Intro On-boarding/Course Introduction On-boarding/Course Introduction Introduction of participants and general overview of course.
Topic One Key Components of Basel III Framework for Liquidity Risk

Topic 1: Oveview of Liquidity Risk

Topic 2: Key Components of Basel III Framework for Liquidity Risk

Aim is to define Liquidity risk and it’s key components
Topic Two Financial Crisis, Liquidity Risk & Leverage

Topic 1: Examination of developments that led to 2008 financial crisis

Topic 2: Lesson learned and regulatory response

Examine the developments that led to the 2008 financial crisis and steps taken by regulators to stem the crisis.
Break Break Break
Topic Three Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR)

Topic 1: Background and Implementation Timeline

Topic 2: Objective of the LCR

Topic 3: Calculation of LCR?

Topic 4: High Quality Liquid Assets (HQLAs)

Topic 5: Cash Flow Measurement

After the break, we will be looking at Liquidity Coverage Ratio, the implementation and timeline.
Day Two Liquidity Risk Topic Four Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR)

Topic 1: Background and Implementation Timeline

Topic 2: Calculation of NSFR?

Topic 3: What is Stable Funding?

Topic 4: Available Stable Funding (ASF)

Topic 5: Required Stable Funding (RSF)

The objective is to look at Liquidity Coverage Ratio, the implementation and timeline.
  Break Break Break
Topic Five Leverage Ratio (LR)

Topic 1: Background and Implementation Timeline

Topic 2: Why Leverage Ratio

Topic 3: Calculation of Leverage Ratio?

  ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENT Liquidity Risk under Basel III framework LCR, NSFR, Leverage ratio derivation under Basel III
    Assessment Review/Closing Remarks Assessment Review/Closing Remarks Assessment Review/Closing Remarks

REVIEWS

I had a positive overall impression of the course. I want to express my gratitude to the entire team and Michael in particular, for making this course engaging and digestible. It is not easy to combine full-time work and education, but this course was designed in a way that is easily adjustable to any schedule, for participants from all over the world.

Stephen Oke
Programme Manager, HSBC UK

The most important takeaway that I got from the course was to always consider the data and analyse it before making any decision or taking any action. The online learning experience was excellent as the interactive structure of the whole portal was very easy to understand and navigate. The emphasis on discussions and interactions with the classmates was a very good method of sharing ideas and problem solving.

Sam Akinlawon
Business Analyst, Investec

 

This course is a good mix between the theories of statistics and practical applications to use in your daily business. It gives you the flexibility to combine it with your daily work because of the online learning method. The process was really smooth.

James Brown
RBS UK

 

Data analysis is a daunting topic for non-statistically minded people. However, this course has made data analysis accessible to everyone!

Renuka Sachin
Rabo Bank, Amsterdam

COURSE SCHEDULE

Day Topic Class Programme Sub Topics Description/Objective
Day One Liquidity Risk Intro On-boarding/Course Introduction On-boarding/Course Introduction Introduction of participants and general overview of course.
Topic One Key Components of Basel III Framework for Liquidity Risk

Topic 1: Oveview of Liquidity Risk

Topic 2: Key Components of Basel III Framework for Liquidity Risk

Aim is to define Liquidity risk and it’s key components
Topic Two Financial Crisis, Liquidity Risk & Leverage

Topic 1: Examination of developments that led to 2008 financial crisis

Topic 2: Lesson learned and regulatory response

Examine the developments that led to the 2008 financial crisis and steps taken by regulators to stem the crisis.
Break Break Break
Topic Three Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR)

Topic 1: Background and Implementation Timeline

Topic 2: Objective of the LCR

Topic 3: Calculation of LCR?

Topic 4: High Quality Liquid Assets (HQLAs)

Topic 5: Cash Flow Measurement

After the break, we will be looking at Liquidity Coverage Ratio, the implementation and timeline.
Day Two Liquidity Risk Topic Four Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR)

Topic 1: Background and Implementation Timeline

Topic 2: Calculation of NSFR?

Topic 3: What is Stable Funding?

Topic 4: Available Stable Funding (ASF)

Topic 5: Required Stable Funding (RSF)

The objective is to look at Liquidity Coverage Ratio, the implementation and timeline.
  Break Break Break
Topic Five Leverage Ratio (LR)

Topic 1: Background and Implementation Timeline

Topic 2: Why Leverage Ratio

Topic 3: Calculation of Leverage Ratio?

  ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENT Liquidity Risk under Basel III framework LCR, NSFR, Leverage ratio derivation under Basel III
    Assessment Review/Closing Remarks Assessment Review/Closing Remarks Assessment Review/Closing Remarks

REVIEWS

I had a positive overall impression of the course. I want to express my gratitude to the entire team and Michael in particular, for making this course engaging and digestible. It is not easy to combine full-time work and education, but this course was designed in a way that is easily adjustable to any schedule, for participants from all over the world.

Stephen Oke
Programme Manager, HSBC UK

The most important takeaway that I got from the course was to always consider the data and analyse it before making any decision or taking any action. The online learning experience was excellent as the interactive structure of the whole portal was very easy to understand and navigate. The emphasis on discussions and interactions with the classmates was a very good method of sharing ideas and problem solving.

Sam Akinlawon
Business Analyst, Investec

This course is a good mix between the theories of statistics and practical applications to use in your daily business. It gives you the flexibility to combine it with your daily work because of the online learning method. The process was really smooth.

James Brown
RBS UK

Data analysis is a daunting topic for non-statistically minded people. However, this course has made data analysis accessible to everyone!

Renuka Sachin
Rabo Bank, Amsterdam