Fundamentals of Risk Management

Em London (Reino Unido)
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£2.199 - (R$8.454)

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This course has been designed to cover fully and explain clearly the theory and practice of risk management at an introductory level, with an emphasis and focus on understanding the principles of risk management and the more complex tools used by the experts.

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Quais são os objetivos da formação?

You will:
Analyse specific risk management frameworks and different types of risk
Build awareness of specific risks such as credit, market and operational
Explore the main risk measurement and management tools
Understand how risk standards are developed and identify key criteria for
implementing controls, procedures and regulatory processes
Study the legal aspects and the Basel Accords


Instalações e datas

Início Localização
15 fevereiro 2017
25 setembro 2017
6th Floor, 29 Bressenden Place, SW1E 5DR, London, Reino Unido
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O melhor Clear interpretation from speaker David. He is very good speaker, lots of cognitive cognition/ experience

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Curso realizado: Julho 2013 | Recomendarías este centro? Sí.

O que se aprende nesse curso?

Business Risk
Financial Risk
Risk Management
Solvency II
Credit Risk Management
Financial Risk Management
Market Risk
Operational Risk
Risk Strategy


Agenda Summary
  • Risk Management Framework
  • Credit Risk Management
    • Types of credit risk (counterparty, default, settlement) and measurement
  • Market Risk Management
    • Type of market risk (liquidity, volatility, foreign exchange) and measurement
  • Operational Risk Management
    • Quantifying and monitoring
  • Analysing Other Types of Risks
    • Political, legal, model, economic
  • Risk Measurement Tools
    • Common tools and the basic maths behind them
  • Use of Derivatives in Risk Management
  • Developing Risk Standards
  • The Legal Aspects
  • Review of Solvency II Rules
  • Case Study - Highlighting possible solutions by assessing what others have successfully done