|Request a date - Mar 17 2017||Lagos||5 days||₦ 189,000|
|Request a date - Jul 21 2017||Lagos||5 days||₦ 189,000|
This course provides an understanding of the mechanisms that lead to the subprime and the 2007 crisis, and highlights the new rules and regulations that followed, together with the game-changing conditions for financial institutions and regulatory bodies. It shows the areas of weaknesses that were overlooked prior to 2007 in most banks and how or if these weaknesses were later addressed, and how new methods for risk management emerged. There are no formal prerequisites.
At the end of the course delegates will be able to:
• Understand the banking mechanisms that should have prevented the crisis to occur and to spread
• Analyse factors of the 2007 crisis and the comparable crises that could happen again
• Understand, within financial institutions, what are the new structures put in place and how these can handle the next crises
• Come to a representation of what it takes to manage risks in a post-crisis world
• The structure of the subprime market
• The financial system, 2007-20xx
• Risk management failures
• Basel III and other reactive regulation
• Risk management techniques beyond regulation
E-Reader Not Included.
*Course fee is not inclusive of VAT