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Introduction to Climate Change & Climate Risk Management

This course explores the ways in which climate change drives traditional risk types, how climate-related risks can be identified, measured and managed, and the emerging opportunities in climate finance. 



Where: Self-Study

Spreadsheet Control for Risk Management

Spreadsheets are a top 10 operational risk for most organizations. 70% of companies admit to having had a serious error. This course will equip participants with the skills to assess spreadsheet risk in their organization; implement an effective spreadsheet risk process; and build reliable business critical spreadsheet. 


Where: Self-Study

MLARM Certificate Exam Prep

The Market, Liquidity, and Asset Liability Risk Management self-study course is intended to prepare individuals for the MLARM certificate exam.




Where:
Self-Study

Fundamentals of Market Risk Management

In this fundamentals course, you will become familiar with market risk and its associated terminology. The lessons explain and give examples of market risk with its measurement and risk mitigation methods. Additionally, you can further explore this type of risk and experience first-hand the practical use of risk measurement and mitigation methods through hands-on exercises.

Where: Self-Study

Fundamentals of Credit Risk Management

In this fundamentals course, you will become familiar with credit risk and its associated terminology. The lessons explain and give examples of credit risk with its measurement and risk mitigation methods. Additionally, you can further explore this type of risk and experience first-hand the practical use of risk measurement and mitigation methods through hands-on exercises.

Where: Self-Study

Fundamentals of Liquidity Risk Management

In this fundamentals course, you will become familiar with liquidity risk and its associated terminology. The lessons explain and give examples of liquidity risk with its measurement and risk mitigation methods. Additionally, you can further explore this type of risk and experience first-hand the practical use of risk measurement and mitigation methods through hands-on exercises.

Where: Self-Study

Fundamentals of Interconnected Risk Management

In this fundamentals course, you will become familiar with interconnected risk and its associated terminology. The lessons explain and give examples of interconnected risk with its measurement and risk mitigation methods. Additionally, you can further explore this type of risk and experience first-hand the practical use of risk measurement and mitigation methods through hands-on exercises.

Where: Self-Study

ERM 2.0-Stress Testing, Capital Planning, Scenario Analysis

The discipline of stress testing, capital planning, and scenario analysis will become more embedded within organizational risk management and decision making processes. Financial institutions around the world are establishing dedicated teams to address these challenges and are increasingly looking for an efficient approach and the skilled resources with finance and risk forecasting expertise.

Where: Self-Study

Introduction to Risk and Regulation for International Banks

Gain a high-level understanding of banking regulation, Basel I, II, and III. This course is an excellent complement to Fundamentals of Financial Risk Management.
Introductory topics.


Where: Self-Study

Capital Requirements Calculations (Credit, Market & Op Risk)

Learn the regulatory landscape of Credit, Market, and Operational Risk, as well as the Supervisory Review. This course is an excellent complement to Fundamentals of Financial Risk Management.
Intermediate topics.

Where: Self-Study

Complex Capital Risk Calculations

Learn about advanced regulatory topics such as Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book, Total Loss Absorbing Capacity, Counterparty Credit Risk, and Credit Valuation Adjustment.


Where: Self-Study

Market Risk Management under Basel III and FRTB

Basel III framework for market risk, also known as the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book or FRTB, represents a pivotal change in the way banks’ trading businesses will be capitalized, regulated, and managed. As banks intensify their implementation efforts and deepen their knowledge of FRTB, this course provides best practices for tackling the myriad of challenges and implementation deadlines. 


Where: Self-Study

Practice Test Question Banks for the PRM 1 and 2 exam programs

Candidates studying for the Professional Risk Manager (PRM) Designation program can self-assess their readiness for the PRM Exam 1 and 2 using the PRMIA banks of practice test questions. 30 days of access for each bank.

Where: Self-Study

Risk Type Compass

The Risk Type Compass personality assessment focuses on differences in the way individuals perceive, react to and manage risk, as well as how they make decisions. Based on extensive global psychological research, it places individuals into one of eight distinctive Risk Types, providing insights that have important implications for individuals, teams and the organization.

Where: Online

 
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