Mode of learning : Short programs-ClassRoom
Domain / Subject : Banking & Finance / Accounting
Function : General
Trainer name : Prof Tasneem Chherawala and Prof Sanjay Basu
Starts on : 2nd Sep 2014
Duration : 5 Days
Difficulty : Advanced
Programme on Basel III
The Basel III guidelines propose more stringent risk based capital rules and introduce minimum leverage and liquidity standards for the global banking community. The emphasis of these guidelines is on enhancing core capital, stock of high quality liquid assets and stable sources of funds. The purpose of this framework is to improve the resilience of the banking sector to shocks arising from financial and economic stress events. The implementation of the Basel III framework has varied across different countries. While nations like Canada and Australia are ahead of the proposed schedule, there are some concerns with the progress in the European Union and the United States. In India, the final Capital and Liquidity guidelines under Basel III have been issued by the RBI. It is widely acknowledged that Basel III will significantly affect business strategies of all banks and throw up multiple challenges for managing portfolio composition, capital, liquidity and profitability. It will also have serious implications for their disclosure requirements. Moreover, the complexity of the guidelines will entail a lucid and detailed analysis of the framework. In view of the above challenges, we offer a programme on Basel III which aims to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of all aspects of the guidelines, including the recent modifications by the Basel Committee. It will help them estimate the impact of the additional capital and liquidity requirements on business mix and profit margins. Finally, the programme will equip them with all the necessary skills for the transition from Basel II to Basel III.
Programme Fee (per participant)
Senior Executives of Risk Management, ALM and Planning Departments, who are involved with Basel III implementation.
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