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    Operations Risk Management and Mitigation - from assessment to implementation

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    Deadline: March 20, 2020 | Date: March 30, 2020-March 31, 2020

    Venue/Country: Sydney, Australia, U.S.A

    Updated: 2020-01-03 21:27:10 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    This is an intensive course on Operational Risk Management & Mitigation – from assessing the operational risks to how to implementing a working, viable operational risk management program. Aimed at the financial services industry this course explores the Operational Risk management function and mitigation requirements as mandated in the Basel Accords.

    A key objective of this course is to move the participants beyond the operational risk compliance requirements set down in the Basel Accords to an understanding of managing operational risk as a value added proposition that can be instrumental in increasing the profitability of the bank while at the same time improving its structural strength.

    Now the ongoing continuum of headline-grabbing operational risk incidents at banks, other financial institutions and even regulators continue to keep the issue of operational risk management at the top of agendas of CEO’s , CRO’s, Risk Managers and Internal & External Auditors alike.

    These incidents are wide ranging and flow from issues like bank ATM collapses, bank operating system failures, regulatory settlements (fines) in the ongoing US sub-prime mortgage saga, rogue traders and the related risk managers who either missed or were willfully blind to all the warning signs.

    As the size and complexity of financial institutions has increased, so too have the challenges of understanding and reducing operational risks down to truly manageable levels. Increased regulatory concern and scrutiny have also increased the cost of operational risk events in the shape of outright financial loss, regulatory fines and declining customer confidence.

    Operational Risk Management (ORM) is an effective tool for not only maintaining but increasing, bank profits, shareholder value, public perceptions and goodwill.

    Executed properly, improvements in ORM can lead to substantial financial, reputational and regulatory benefits – all this adds up to increased profitability, greater financial stability and improved customer satisfaction – in short, a better safer bank/ financial institution.


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