Bank Risk Management including Basel III ( The Journey from Basel II to Basel III) (BRMB)
Venue: khartoum, Sudan
|Event Date/Time: Feb 16, 2012||End Date/Time: Feb 18, 2012|
|Registration Date: Feb 18, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Feb 16, 2012|
The course tutor is an active practitioner with many years experience working with banks throughout their Basel programme. Practical examples and real life experience will be used to put the Accord requirements into context and show how real business benefit can be achieved through more than just meeting minimum regulatory requirements.
The course will begin by putting the Basel regulations in context, examining the journey from the original capital requirement directive to the development of the risk-sensitive framework that is Basel II, and finally through to the recent Basel III proposals. The different approaches allowed under Basel II will be examined in detail, focusing on the areas which are receiving most attention from regulators.
The measurement of credit risk, market risk and operational risk will be explained. The differences and considerations for different methods will be discussed and examples given. The credit risk framework of Basel contains many sets of rules for different areas â€“ and these will be introduced and discussed. How these rules are changing under Basel III will be explained.
The expert tutor will look at the reasons for the enhancements to the regulations proposed in Basel III, and how this is expected to strengthen the banking sector. The changes to capital requirements, enhancing the coverage of credit and market risk calculations and the introduction of the new leverage ratio and the framework for managing liquidity risk will all be explained in details.
These new Basel III regulations will be put into context by looking at current state of implementation and international timescales, along with consideration of the likely impact on individual banks and the overall banking sector. The tutor will also share his experience and thoughts on the future direction of the regulations and risk management.
Justin Hayward is a risk professional with several years experience consulting within the financial services sector. His main area of focus is regulatory compliance and risk management, with significant advisory and implementation experience in areas such as credit and operational risk, Basel II and Sarbanes Oxley.
Before co-founding JZ Partners, a specialized risk advisory and training company in Hong Kong, he worked as a management consultant for Deloitte in London, specializing in regulatory compliance for retail and corporate banks. He holds a MSci degree (1st class Honours) in Mathematics and Computer Science and has also studied Mandarin and Finance in China at the South-West University of Finance, Sichuan province.
He has strong experience of the Basel regulations, having worked with a number of banks in Europe, USA and Asia during the development and implementation of the Basel rules. He is an active consultant, working currently with several banks advising on the transition to Basel III and adoption of the new regulations, as well as leading training courses in many countries.
â€¢ What are the Basel regulations? Understand the origins of the Basel Accord and its place in modern risk management and capital adequacy
â€¢ Why the need to revise Basel II? Learn what impact the financial crisis had on the regulations that led us to Basel III
â€¢ Discuss the challenges in implementing Basel II and III, and in integrating with senior management and board decision-making and oversight
â€¢ Understand modern operational risk management, including quantification, loss modelling, key risk indicators and risk assessment
â€¢ Latest thinking on approaches to stress testing and the pillar 2 obligations under Basel
â€¢ Learn the different regional approaches for implementing Basel II, and the timetable and rollout for adoption of Basel III
â€¢ The expected challenges and impact of Basel III implementation
â€¢ Where next? Understand the recent changes and industry thinking for financial regulation
Unlike other courses in the market. this course focusses on the transition/journey from Basel II to Basel III. The Challenges and the impact of Basel III implementation are also discussed.
Target audience ( Who should Attend) Know who we will be attracting
â€¢Board of Directors
â€¢Head of Risk Management, Credit Risk, Operational Risk or Market Risk
â€¢Head of Compliance
â€¢Risk management professionals and consultants
â€¢Business analysts involved with Basel II implementation
â€¢IT and Information Security Managers