This Program will also critically examine why those measures could not predict and contain the financial crisis of 2008 and to what extent can more recent global regulatory initiatives such as Basel-III (and Basel-IV?) guidelines ensure the future stability of banks and financial markets worldwide. Can those measures at all ‘ring-fence’ financial systems worldwide from a recurrence of the global financial meltdown, as witnessed in 2008!
This Professional Certificate Program is offered by IIM-Bangalore, one of the leading business schools in Asia, and taught by Prof. P C Narayan who has nearly four decades of experience and is well regarded in this field of study. It uses an array of spreadsheets and other interactive tools to help learners fully grasp and master the concepts, without getting too deeply entangled in the mathematical complexities of risk management.
This program is particularly well suited for risk management professionals who wish to up-skill themselves as well as those preparing for certification exams such as FRM, PRMIA, etc. who wish to understand risk management in Banking and Financial Markets in great detail.
What you will learn?
- The theories and macroeconomic structures governing banking and financial intermediation, what are the embedded risks, how are those risks managed as well as the regulatory framework and Basel guidelines that ensure stability of banking systems worldwide.
- The structures and functioning of the various financial markets: money markets, debt market, equity stock markets, foreign exchange markets, private equity markets, mortgages markets, etc.
- The theories underlying those markets such as time value of money, bond valuation, etc., the financial instruments traded in those markets and the associated trading and settlement mechanisms; structured financial products & their role in the 2008 crisis.
- How to identify, assess and manage the various risks in those markets.
- How tools such as Value at Risk and Stress Testing are used to proactively assess risk, and derivative instruments such as futures, options, swaps are used either to hedge against or to speculate and profit from those risks.
- Critically review of the Basel guidelines: have they helped stabilize financial systems worldwide? Would they be able avert the recurrence of a global financial crisis, as witnessed in 2008?
- Banking and Financial Intermediation: Concepts, Risks, Capital and Regulation
- Debt & Money Market: Concepts, Instruments, Risks & Derivatives
- Equity Stock Markets: Concepts, Instruments, Risks & Derivatives
- Foreign Exchange Markets: Concepts, Instruments, Risks & Derivatives
- Special Topics in Risk Management of Banking & Financial Markets
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