Price:                                            8000  AED
Duration:                                       24 Hours
Timings:                                         Flexible

Course Overview

The banking industry has long been attached to the pillars of Basel Committee accords. This committee aims at defining a set of determinants for banking control, which aspire to achieve the safety of the international banking system. There are a lot of international variables which mandate the application of this committee’s tiers as one of the important international standards that supports the banking systems in different countries; especially with regards to globalization.


Course Objectives

This course will feature:

  • Review Basel Committee tiers for banking control
  • Review pillar I – Minimum Capital Requirement
  • Discuss pillar II – Supervisory Review Process
  • Discuss pillar III – Market Discipline
  • Discuss the most important standards and pillars of Basel III

Course Outline

Module 1: Overview of Basel Committee Tiers

  • Appraise Basel Accord I
  • Appraise Basel Accord II
  • Appraise Basel Accord III

Module 2: Credit risk II

  • Evaluation of credit risks
  • External rating agencies – worthiness standards
  • Methods of credit risk mitigation
  • Measuring current credit risks using methods of internal risk rating

Module 3: Operational risk II

  • Evaluation of operational risks
  • The basic indicator approach
  • The standardized approach
  • The advanced measurement approach
  • Standards of application

Module 4: Market risk II

  • Evaluation of market risks
  • The traditional approach
  • The internal model approach

Module 5: The International Regulatory Framework

  • Identify the leverage ratio
  • Important amendments to pillars II and III of Basel II
  • The international liquidity standard
  • Stress testing
  • Transitory measures in applying Basel III

Key Benefits

We help acquaint you with the tools and techniques to develop into a successful professional corporate, banking and financial manager of tomorrow, by supplementing the traditional metrics of performance with the latest dynamic methods that adapt to the increasing uncertainty and flexibility inherent in the fabric of the modern world.

Participants profile

This course is intended for participants working in (or seeking to join or deal with) the following areas:

  • Risk department
  • Credit management
  • Finance departments
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Project Appraisals
  • Banking

Instructors profile

This program is led by instructors with significant practical and teaching experience, who have solid professional and academic background that help combine traditional lecturing with case studies and discussions to enhance the training experience and complement lessons gained.