Dodd-Frank, and Operational Risk Impacts from Regulation
A Two-Day Course Led by
Professor: Russell Walker
October 2 & 3, 2014
This two-day session will provide an executive overview of Enterprise Risk Management with special emphasis on the importance of Operational Risk Management. The principles of Credit and Market Risk Management will be discussed in depth based on Basel III and the impact to retail banks from the Dodd-Frank act. The evolving role of the Risk Office in the new risk environment will be developed, with direction given on how leading firms have positioned and empowered their Risk Offices. Implications of risk management on corporate strategy will be reviewed with an executive perspective on the Basel III accords and the appropriate regulatory calculations and Value-at-Risk techniques. Given the great importance of understanding the risks in modern credit instruments, we will also review credit swaps, credit derivatives, and CDOs, examining inherent risks in each and how each poses unique counter party risks. We will also look at the role of Liquidity Risk and Model Risk in today's environment and how firms should prepare for the confounding of risks going forward. With Operational Risk viewed as a great driver in risk management, we will examine in detail the approaches for calculating Operational Risk and resolving the needed regulatory capital, under Basel III. International research on the risks and lessons from the 2007-2008 market and the role of Operational Risk in it along with outlooks on the US economy will also be covered, including Basel III and Dodd-Frank.
FEE: Register by September 2nd, 2014 and receive a $200 early registration discount. PRMIA Sustaining Members receive an addition $100 discount. Fee includes program materials, continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon coffee break.
Early Registration Fee Sustaining Members: $1,895
After September 2nd, 2014 Sustaining Members: $2,095
VENUE: Kellogg School of Management, Chicago Campus
CANCELLATION: A refund (less a US $200 administration fee) will be made if formal notice of cancellation is received four weeks prior to the date of the event. We regret that no refunds will be made after that date. Substitutions may be made at no extra charge.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: All courses are subject to demand. PRMIA reserves the right to cancel or postpone courses at short notice at no loss or liability where, in its absolute discretion, it deems this necessary. PRMIA will issue 100% of registration refund should cancellation be necessary. Travel and hotel expenses are the responsibility of the registering individual.
As a participant in the CFA Institute Approved-Provider Program, PRMIA has determined that this program qualifies for 11 credit hours. If you are a CFA Institute member, CE credit for your participation in this program will be automatically recorded in your CE Diary upon the report of your CFA member number to email@example.com.
This training course qualifies for 12 CPE credits. PRMIA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through it's website: www.learningmarket.org