Jakarta, 08 November 2017 - 10 November 2017
Including : Souvenir, Flash disk, materi hand-out dan CD modul, 2x coffee break, makan siang dan sertifikat
Investasi : Rp 5.000.000,-/peserta ( Belum termasuk PPN 10% )
Lokasi : Favehotel LTC Glodok Jakarta, LTC Glodok Building Lt. 8, Jalan Hayam Wuruk No.127, Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11180
Effectively managing operational risks is a critical aspect of business strategy for any financial services organization. Effective management of bank operational risks can ensure that the organization continues to serve its stakeholders while enhancing and retaining their trust.
Approaching operational and financial risks, such as market, credit, and operational uncertainties, in a professional manner is becoming increasingly important. Market swings, interest-rate volatility, loan defaults, falsified data in company reports, and fraud have not only led to serious financial losses but also tarnished reputations in the past few years.
It is becoming increasingly important to monitor and manage all types of qualitative as well as financial risks. A holistic approach to risk management enables a bank to have a high level of awareness of, as well as uniformly assess, professionally manage and suitably control all of its risks.
By Attending this very practical 3 days course to learn about the best current practice in organizational asset and operational risk management. Participants will learn how to identify and prevent occurrence of risks in the business context, assess risk appetite within the organisation, set up the most effective risk management framework as well as strategies for risk monitoring and reporting.
Partcipants will also learn about the latest key regulatory requirements affecting operational risk management from Basel II/III and COSO internal control framework.
Discussions on risk management currently tend to focus on the negative effects or the “left tails” of risks. The same attention ought to be paid to the profitable zone as well as related to bank operation.
Modern organization management is based on an integrated approach, which takes into account and permanently monitors both the success and risk factors of a business strategy. The partcipants will be involved in the thorough case study discussions that lead to comprehensive undertanding and appropriate cabality in the implementation of risk management and all the pertinent instruments.
On completion of this segment, participant should be able to:
• Develop the knowlege on the most effective strategies for managing operational risk
• Understand specific risks in financial institutions and their impact on operational efficiency
• Explore operational risk in the context of Basel II, III and other major regulatory requirements
• Ability to assess the risk culture and appetite
• Able to place operational risk within broader enterprise risk management and corporate governance structures
• Able to gain the tools to implement operational risk management in practice
• Able to explore through case studies current best international standards
• Iidentify the types of financial risk faced by an organization
• Apply a practical approach to assessing, monitoring and managing a bank organization operational risk
• Explain a practical risk management approach and control framework to manage both financial and operational risks
- Definition and directions for risk management development
- Risk management drivers
- Objectives for risk management applications
- Identifying operational risks and aligning them with business objectives
- Risk management frameworks.
- Operational risk management frameworks including COSO ERM, ISO 31000 & OCEG’s GRC Capability Model-The GRC Blue Book
- Impact of major regulations on operational risk management including Basel II / III
- Risks and control assessments
- Building capability in risk management
- Structured approaches to managing risk.
- Risk management strategies
- Developing and implementing operational risk appetite framework
- Measuring Risk
- Risk treatment (e.g. controls)
- Risk Monitoring - implementing key risk indicators and key control indicators
- Risk management programs
- Risk management audit
- Strategies for effective risk reporting
- Risk Management Framework: Policy and Hedging
- Global Initiatives in Financial Risk Management
Case-based discussions will be conducted with topics related to the subjects of training
Trainer : Spectracentre Trainer Team