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The 2008 financial crisis and subsequent bank failures led to major global regulatory change. This two-day course introduces the architecture and details of new regulations.
The crisis has prompted the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) to design a new framework for banking regulation that strengthens capital rules and introduces new liquidity requirements.
This course teaches the framework of Basel II and Basel III, and the enhanced capital and liquidity requirements. It considers the impact that the implementation will have on banks’ business models. The impact of implementation of Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) IV in Europe is also analyzed.
- Identify the components and methodology of an economic capital model.
- Understand the Basel II three-pillar approach.
- Assess quality and quantity of capital.
- Analyze a bank’s credit and market risk exposures under the new rules.
- Appreciate the significance of operational risk capital charges.
- Understand the Basel III framework and revised capital requirements.
- Evaluate a bank’s leverage.
- Identify a bank’s liquidity profile.
- Assess the impact of new regulation on banks’ business lines and risk profiles.
- Risk managers
- Investment and commercial bankers
- Credit and equity analysts
- Regulators and central bankers
- Fixed income professionals
- Bond researchers (both buy and sell sides)
- Correspondent banking officers
- Relationship managers involved in exposures to, or investments in, banks