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Practical Implementation of Risk-Based Supervision (RBS)

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Invitation
Course No.: SA 18.43
Location: New Delhi, India
Date: November 26, 2018-November 30, 2018 (1 Week)
Language: English

Target Audience:

Staff of supervisory authorities in the process to implement risk-based supervision

Qualifications:

4 to 5 years of experience in banking supervision

Course Description:

The course is a follow-up to the course on "Core Elements of Banking Supervision" that aimed to develop a basic understanding of risk-based supervision. The course on "Practical Implementation of Risk-Based Supervision " is a new course that aims to address the practical issues of implementing a risk-based supervision approach to banking supervision. The course will cover issues such as the establishment of the risk profile of a bank, the use of risk assessment methodologies and risk monitoring tools, the building a risk matrix, the use of a forward-looking risk-rating system, the development of supervisory plans addressing supervisory priorities.

The course will have lectures, but a significant part of the delivery will involve interactive sessions with case studies and group discussions.

Course Objectives:

The course presented by SARTTAC takes a pragmatic approach to issues when moving from a compliance-based type of supervision to a more risk-based approach with hands-on exercises that provide greater emphasis on concrete and practical applications.

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