Course outputs :-

  • Understand the most important changes in the Basel II capital adequacy standard
  • Understanding the two liquidity ratios according to Basel 3
  • Understand the features and requirements of the recent reviews of the RWA calculation method
  • Presenting potential future developments in the way credit and operational risks are calculated
  • Identifying new improvements to the standard approach to measuring credit risk

Basel 3 :-  

  • The reasons for Basel 3
  • The most important amendments within Basel 3 Improving the quality of capital
  • Increasing the capital adequacy ratio
  • Use of the leverage ratio
  • Developing ratios to monitor liquidity Improving risk coverage Reducing the impact of the business cycle
  • A global benchmark for liquidity Improving institutional governance
  • Conservative margin
  • Capital Adverse
  • Leverage ratio
  • Locally important banks

Basel 4 :-  

  • Drivers of change in the standardized method for measuring credit risk
  • An overview of the final Basel III reform basket
  • Adapting to the evolving standards of capital measurement tools
  • Planning and preparing for the application of the new review to measure credit risk, starting from 1/1/2021
  • Key considerations for risk weighted assets
  • New treatment of exposures to banks
  • New reviews of exposures to major companies
  • New requirements for the regular retail portfolio
  • Home loan portfolio
  • Commercial real estate loan portfolio
  • New requirements for a portfolio of bad or non-performing debt
  • An overview of the new standardized approach to measuring operational risk

Target participants :-  

  • Managers and employees of risk in banks and financial institutions
  • Managers and employees of internal audit in banks and financial institutions
  • Financial control departments in banks and financial institutions
  • Directors and compliance officers in banks and financial institutions
  • Managers and employees of accounts in banks and financial institutions
  • Credit managers and officers in banks and financial institutions
  • Members of the boards of directors and the audit committee
  • Contributors to developing strategic plans