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Risk Capital and Basel III Specialist

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DAY 1 - Credit Risk & Supervisory » The Credit Creation Multiplier – the importance of a consistent supply of credit to the global economy. » The function and purpose of Risk Capital in banking – why is it the focus of regulation on a global scale and the evolution of the Basel Accords. » The Credit Crisis of 2008 – Analysis of its causes and effects, and what we should learn from it » The Regulatory response to the 2008 crisis. The deficiencies identified in relation to Basel ii, and the thinking behind the introduction of Basel iii. » The key areas of focus of the new accord. DAY 2 - PILLAR 1 Minimum Capital Requirements » Understanding the components of credit risk and the principles behind the calculation of PD, LGD, EAD. » An introduction to the mathematics of credit risk management – the use of Internal and External Ratings, credit scoring, statistical models, market implied indicators and Value at Risk assessments. » The various methods for the calculation of “Risk Weighted Assets” on both a portfolio or individual credit basis. » The various components that constitute Tier 1 and Tier 2 Bank Capital » A full review of the minimum capital requirements applied under Basel iii related to credit risk. » A review of the purpose and effect of the Capital Conservation and Counter Cyclical Buffers and how they enable credit analysts to estimate potential credit losses. » The introduction of LCR and NSFR and how they can be calculated » G-SSII and O-SII buffers explained » Foundational level and Advanced level credit risk assessments – the capital implications when compared with the Standardised approach » Credit Value adjustments and the capital implications of derivatives and other ancillary credit risk exposures. » The assessment of Operational Risk and how this calculation feeds into Capital Adequacy Assessments. » The assessment of Market Risk and how this calculation feeds into Capital Adequacy Assessments » IFRS 9 asset recognition and measurement assessments. » TFRS9 impairment standards and the potential Capital implications that arise DAY 3 - PILLAR 2 The SREP Process » The aggregate calculation of Bank Risk Capital relevant to credit risk – Behaviours that regulators expect banks to comply with. » The role and purpose of SREP » Regulatory expectations and the principal of individual capital guidance. » The purpose of and format of ICAAP submissions » The purpose and format of ILAAP submissions » Recovery and Resolution Plans – their purpose, format and potential implementation DAY 4 - PILLAR 3 Market Disclosures » The purpose and intent of the Pillar 3 requirements. » Expectations with regard to the way that market exposures are presented. » The potential conflict between regulatory disclosure and commercial proprietary » Integrating the requirements of Basel ii into an institution’s Risk Management Framework » Practical steps and exercise related to the way in which banks are integrating the Basel iii requirements into their Risk Appetite Statements and Capital Management Processes DAY 5 » Consolidation exercises related to the subject matter studied during the course » Further Regulatory Expectations – Preparing for “Basel 4” from 2021 » Final Test / assessment » Final Questions and Answers.


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