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Operational Risk Management - Dubai

Training : Operational Risk Management - Dubai

Mon, 26/11/2012   for 2 Days
Conducted by : Eureka Financial
Contact : Sam Baker
Duration : 2 Days
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 This 2 day practical course explores the best practice in operational risk management, at all stages, from assessment to implementation. You will gain tools to manage risk and to create environment where this function is perceived as a value added proposition increasing profitability and structural strength of an organisation.

 
Main topics covered include:  
 
Risk management drivers
Risk and Capital - An introduction to Basel I, II and III
Managing operational risk in the context of Basel II 
Setting up objectives, governance process and compliance requirements
Measuring operational risk
The COSO ERM framework
Implementing operational risk policy and structure and designing controls
Preparing for Black Swan events
Scenario analysis for operational risk management planning
Managing specific risk areas: Internal and external fraud, clients, products and business practices
Case studies include: Société Générale and National Bank of Australia
 
By the end of this training you will: 
 
Learn about the most effective strategies for managing operational risk
Explore operational risk in the context of Basel II and beyond
Gain the tools to implement operational risk management in practice
Explore through the case studies current best international practice
 
Register now and take advantage of the Early Bird discount!
 


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