The Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) offers this course referred to as the Financial Risk and Regulation (FRR) series. This course consists of 4 parts, which together provide a qualitative introduction to banking risks, risk management, and the international risk-based regulation of banks. The series promotes and facilitates financial risk awareness. To develop best practices in financial risk management, the program analyse the chief risks banks and other financial institutions face. Numerous real-life case studies explain complex financial risk management concepts and provide finance and banking professionals the knowledge and understanding to ask the right questions when monitoring, measuring, and managing complex financial risks.
The goal of the four parts, namely Operational Risk Management, Credit Risk Management, Market Risk Management and Assets and Liabilities Management is to ensure that the learner develops a deep understanding of the qualitative aspects of a typical large bank’s risk management activities, including risk assessment, measurement, modelling, and management, across the trading and banking books.
At the end of the course, learners should be able to identify, measure, analyze, mitigate and report risks associated with financial sectors.
The pre-requisite of the GARP Financial Risk and Regulation (FRR) series is the GARP’s Foundations of Financial Risk which creates a comprehensive understanding of financial risk and the regulatory environment under which institutions operate. It focuses on core financial risks: market, credit, and operational – and how international regulation, including the Basel Accords, affect the management of these risks.
Provides a basic understanding of banking, banking risks, insurance risks, regulation, and supervision.
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