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Bank Regulations – Online Course (B2Online)
2-3 Hours Introductory Skills
Learn about banking risks and how regulators aim to minimise them. We cover risk-weighted assets, capital, capital ratios and other regulatory measures. We look at the Basel Committee, Basel I, II and III as well as regional responses to the recent financial crisis. And we consider current trends, the implications for profitability and the challenges facing banks.
- Understand how banks are regulated
- Learn about Basel I, II and III
- Appreciate the key concerns for a bank’s management
- See how regulation affects banks’ decision-making and profitability
What you will learn
- Bank assets and liabilities
- What could go wrong?
- Minimising the risks
Introduction to capital ratios
- The Basel Committee
- “Capital” for banks
- Risk-weighted assets
- Capital ratios in principle
- Strengthening capital ratios
Capital ratios in practice
- Capital ratios and Basel III
- SIFIs and G-SIFIs
- Capital ratio examples
- Impact on banks
- New Basel III measures
- Global implementation
- Recent developments
- Comments from example banks
Summary and conclusion
- The future
- What next?
How you will learn
Our online courses are written and designed in-house to be practical, concise and engaging. They are great as a stand-alone learning tool, as a pre-course requirement or to consolidate your previous learning.
We use visuals, audio and plenty of interactivity to keep you interested and alert. You can control the pace and can recap at any point. All courses come with a briefing paper for you to download and keep.
Our online courses are on demand, so you can do them whenever and wherever you like. You can use any device with speakers or headphones.
With our personalised approach you are welcome to email or phone your tutor if you have questions or you’d like to discuss any aspect of the course and we will monitor your progress & send reminders when necessary.
You will have 4 months to complete your course (longer if required).