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International Programme in Bank Financial Management

International Programme in Bank Financial Management with focus on risk management and compliance requirements under Basel II Accord.
Dr S V Kuvalekar/Dr K Ramesha, Programme Coordinators,E-mail : svk@nibmindia.org/ ramesha@nibmindia.org, Telephone : 0091-20-26716000 (EPABX) ,0091-20-26716305/26716403 (Direct)
(020) 26716000
INR 70,886

Course at a Glance

Mode of learning : Fulltime Class Room

Domain / Subject : Banking & Finance / Accounting

Function : Finance

Starts on : 14th Jul 2014

Duration : 2 Weeks

Difficulty : Advanced

International Programme in Bank Financial Management

In the recent past significant changes have taken place in the financial markets and banking industry in several countries on account of reforms and deregulation of financial markets. As a result the banks and financial institutions are faced with several challenges in managing their businesses. In view of the growing competition and consequent fall in spreads, the banks and financial institutions are also facing the challenge of business expansion with risk mitigation. Increasing globalization of the financial system in these countries has made banking business much more complex and challenging. Further, with the active participation in various segments of financial markets, the banks and financial institutions are exposed to a variety of risk such as credit risk, interest rate risk, operational risk and currency risk. Against this backdrop, the banks and financial institutions have to develop and implement an appropriate risk management systems which will facilitate an effective financial management. With the introduction of Basel II Accord norms by central banks in most of the countries, the banks and financial  institutions have to raise their financial resources and manage assets in line with the requirements of achieving capital adequacy norm under Basel II Accord.

Objectives

  • To identify a suitable framework for managing the finances in banks and financial institutions.
  • To understand various risk in the banking/financial business and management of the same by applying advanced techniques including derivatives.
  • To study the implementation of Basel II Accord and related issues.
  • To understand Basel III Accord and its implications on banking & financial system.

Course Structure
Apart from lectures, various teaching methods including group discussion, exercises, case discussion, role plays, audio-visual presentations, computer-aided exercises, panel discussion, hands-on experience on PCs, etc., will be employed to make the programme highly participative in nature.

Programme Fee (per participant)

  • US $ 4000 for foreign participant
  • Mem. Banks : Fee: 63088   ST: 7798   Fee+ST: 70886   TDS: 7088
  • Non-Mem. Banks : Fee: 74354   ST: 9190   Fee+ST: 83544   TDS: 8354
  • An early bird incentive of 5% will be given if registered 15 days before the start of the Programme

Course eligibility

Target Audience

  • Middle and senior level executives working in Risk Management Department/Treasury Department/Asset-Liability Management Cell and Credit Management Department of commercial banks and financial institutions.
  • Middle and senior executives working with the central banks and senior officers working with the concerned departments of the governments of various countries.
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Course Contents
First Week

  • Developments in Financial Markets and Banking Sector
  • Structuring and Pricing of Deposit Products
  • Management of Corporate and SME Loan Assets
    •  Cash Flow Based Approach for Lending
    •  Appraisal of Term Loan and Working Capital Finance
    •  Lease Products
    •  Monitoring, Follow-up and Review of Advances
    •  Credit Audit
  • Management of Retail Loan Products
  • Pricing of Loan Assets
  • Due Diligence in Credit Management
  • Non-Fund Based Business
  • Merchant Banking Business (Covering Issue Management and
  • Underwriting of Public Issues)
  • Factoring and Forfaiting Services
  • Distribution Finance

Second Week

  • Management of Domestic and Forex Treasury
  • Asset Liability Management
    • Management of Liquidity Risk
    • Management of Interest Rate Risk
    • Management of Currency Risk
    • Use of Interest Rate and Currency Derivatives
    • Funds Transfer Pricing Mechanism3
  • Management of Credit Risk
    • Sources of Credit Risk
    • Credit Risk Management at Individual Borrowers as well as Portfolio Level
    • Various Models of Credit Risk Management
    • Use of Credit Derivatives
  • Asset Securitization
  • Basel II Accord
    • Introduction to Basel II Accord: Characteristics and Dimensions
    • Approach for Credit Risk: Standardized Approach vs IRB Approach
    • Capital Charge for Credit Risk, Market Risk and Operational Risk
    • Risk Adjusted Performance Measures
    • Implementation of Basel II Accord: Issues and Solutions
  • Proposed Basel III Accord and its Impact on Banking Business
  • IFRS and its Impact on Bank Business

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