Compliance and Risk Management for Banks and the Financial Industry
The Financial and Banking Industry are a growing field of study. All Financial and Banking institutions face a number of new challenges. Financial Institutions and Banks, therefore, need to ensure that financial services are appropriate, accessible and affordable. Banks have to manage and deliver a quality customer service while maintaining an acceptable profitability level for the shareholders of the bank.
Since the financial crisis there has been an increasing focus on risk management and the financial stability of banks. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision introduced a set of qualitative and quantitative criteria regarding risk management as well as the FATF whose main focus on ATM/CTF which are becoming part of regulatory requirements in most countries. As such, it is imperative to be knowledgeable with these compliance requirements and what is expected from the financial and banking industry in order to comply with the regulations. Therefore the development of a risk management framework is crucial to embed a successful risk management culture in a bank.
- Highlighting the Significant Role of Financial Institutions in the Economy
- FATF 40/ FATF Recommendations and 9 special recommendations
- Design and Implementation of a Risk Management Framework for Banking and Non-Banking Institutions Addressing the New Basel III Principles for Risk Management and Corporate Governance
- Highlighting the Role of Financial Institution Supervision and Corporate Governance in The Risk Management Processes
- Regulatory and Supervisory Authorities
- Chief Compliance Officers
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Risk Officers
- Financial Institution Management
- Financial Managers
- Compliance and Legal Managers
- Internal Auditors
Prof Henry Mynhardt B Com Hon, M Com Business Economics and Economics, PhD degree in Risk ManagementProf Henry MynhardtB Com Hon, M Com Business Economics and Economics, PhD degree in Risk Management