The course aims to equip participants with practical risk assessment and management knowledge and skills in the banking, insurance and finance industry. Through this course, participants will be able to learn about investment risk analysis as well as related market risk, credit risk and operational risk management skills. While serving customers in the challenging and ever-changing financial market, our course participants should be able to exercise prudent risk control skills so as to help their customers and the financial institution to mitigate risks, yet to safe-guard their positions.
The course consists of 5 independent modules in a total of 16 hours.
Module 1: Identifying and Measuring Risk Factors風險評估 (5 hours) • Introduction: Causes of the Asian Financial Crisis (1997-98) and The Financial Tsunami (2008) • Risk Factors -.Interest rate -.Foreign exchange -.Environmental • Types of Risk Exposure: -.Systematic versus diversifiable risks -.Speculative versus pure risks -.Insurable versus non-insurable risks • Types of Risks Facing Big Organisations and Institutions: -.Financial risks; -.Operational risks; -.Other risks. Influence of Basel II accord on Risk Management for Authorised Institutions today
All classes are conducted in Cantonese, supplemented with English terminology.(Except courses are specified conducted in English)
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)/Continuous Professional Training (CPT) hours