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Course Objectives

The overall goal of this two-day workshop is to provide participants with an understanding of how capital is regulated under Basel II and III and appreciate the impact that changing regulatory capital requirements may have upon the bank’s exposures and ultimately upon its balance sheet management and strategy.

Specifically the goals of the training are to equip participants to:

  • Understand the role and importance of capital in a bank’s balance sheet and identify the composition and relative importance of the different measures of capital from a regulatory perspective (Core Capital, Tier 1 Capital and Tier 2 / 3 Capital)
  • Be able to recognise the main drivers of regulatory capital requirements from a product perspective, and be able to appreciate the effect of variables such as duration, volatility, exposure at default, loss given default and counterparty probability of default upon the capital requirements of typical product groups utilised by banks.
  • Be aware of the enhancements to the Basel accord from Basel II.5, Basel III and on-going proposed changes to regulatory capital methodologies. Particular attention will be given the emphasis on core capital, additional capital requirements for trading books, counterparty risk, liquidity management and leverage.
  • Appreciate the potential impact on bank’s strategy, product range and likely composition of a bank balance sheet resulting from Basel and other associated regulatory changes.
 
 
 

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