Risk Analyst Certificate is an international certificate issued by the International Academy of Finance and Management in the United States of America and is one of the strongest certificates issued by the Academy in the field of risk management, which adds to the holder how to study all kinds of risks in the long and short term and solve them.

During this accreditation program, you will explore various risks that may directly affect your organization. You will get a clear understanding of accurate theories and risk management systems and develop a range of tools and techniques to combat risk within your organization. This is an innovative certification program designed specifically to highlight the importance of accurate risk assessment and risk mitigation.

The objectives of the program:

• Using risk analysis as a main driver of business
• Distinguish the benefits of careful risk management
• Developing an integrated strategy for identifying, analyzing, prioritizing and mitigating risks
• Compliance with key risk management standards
• Identifying and avoiding common mixtures in a hazardous analysis
• Developing a comprehensive toolkit for successful risk analysis that you can use right away

Target groups :-

  • Risk management managers, associates and department staff
  • Corporate risk analysts
  • Financial Managers
  • Corporate treasury managers in banks and companies
  • Accountants
  • Market Risk Officers
  • Internal auditors

Benefits and benefits of the program (certificate):  

  • Gain the right to use the CRA acronym   on your business card and CV
  • Access to GAFM’s risk management network and online information group
  • Participating in the experience of a key risk expert from the Global Academy of Finance and Management
  • Access to education centers in the United States, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America

Unit 1 :-

Introduction to Risk Management

An introduction to the concepts, theories and systems involved in modern-day risk management methodologies, giving you a broad understanding and introduction to this intensive certification program. What are the risks and why do you worry about them? What are the main types of risks?

  • Evolution of risk management thinking
  • Risk principles
  • Overview of current and future risk management issues
  • Enterprise-wide risk management
  • Integrated and comprehensive risk management principles
  • Application and implementation within the organization
  • A culture of risk VS risk

Unit 2 :-

The second model discusses and practices important risk issues identified during the first unit. This section allows you to identify and discuss the key risk categories that companies face today. In addition, the certification program leader will provide you with various tools and tools that allow you to identify and manage risks. You will develop a set of tools based on simulation tools and tools that will help you assess risks and effectively identify risk strategies.

Exposure risks and key categories

Correct risk management requires a repeat process that allows exposures to be identified within companies. The process must be rigorous and subject to review. The main task in this process is to determine the context of the risks faced and to implement protection measures to ensure resilience within the organization.

Risk categories

  • Managing market risk and market impacts
  • Liquidity and volatility
  • Interest rates
  • Foreign currencies
  • Operating risks
  • Liquidity risk
  • Solvency risks
  • Tools for identifying and managing
  • Value at Risk (VAR)- Account and Use
  • The concept of hedging
  • Use of synthetics and markets
  • Portfolio management as a risk tool
  • Stress test
  • Discuss risk models and overview

Unit 3 :-

Operational risk management

What are the operational risks and how can your company monitor and protect itself from this risk? How can we capture data from all over the organization to identify these risks that are focused on the internal level.

  • Basel and operational risk development
  • The three pillars of management
  • Capital allocation of operational risk management techniques
  • Capital distribution models
  • Monitoring operating risks
  • Measuring operational risks
  • Data issues and knowledge management

Unit 4 :-

Strategic risk management

  • Basis of risk
  • Strategic risks
  • Enterprise management within your organization
  • Political and sovereign risks
  • What are these and how do they appear?
  • Why watch this risk?
  • Measure risk, policy and policy
  • Political and tourism practical implications
  • International implications of risk management
  • Risk and value-added links
  • Managing a holdings collection
  • Companies Management
  • Defining and implementing standards

Exam :-

Exam duration: 2 hours

Success score: 70