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Operational Risk Management: Design, Adoption & Implementation

Course Synopsis

The Operational Risk Management: Design, Adoption & Implementation program looks at the changes needed to adopt, implement and comply with regulatory requirement, and support enterprise wide risk management. Professionals involved in the design, development, execution and supervision of banking ORM system will benefit from the comprehensive curriculum and hands-on workplace application exercises.

Learning Objectives

  • Define operational risk (OpRisk) based on Basel and best practice guidelines
  • Identify the sources of data and collection methods for reporting to central database
  • Optimize data architecture
  • Calculate operational risk capital charge using BIA, SA and AMA  methods
  • Identify the need for external data provision
  • Understand typical loss distribution for operational risks
  • Quantify and allocate capital based on operational risk measurement approaches
  • Acquire roadmap for operational risk evaluation process
  • Gain knowledge of best practices in selecting and implementing an optimal ORM system 
  • Update on new Basel guidelines for operational risk capital measurement
Who Should Attend
  • Risk management professionals involved in the design, development, execution and supervision of banking operational risk management system.
  • Executives in support operations such as IT, compliance, legal, audit, business analysis, regulatory reporting.
  • Participants should have about 3 years of relevant experience in risk management related functions.

Last updated on 12 Dec 2017 .