The Bank Risk Management (BRM) is a two-module intermediate level qualification and certification on bank risk management. It provides a qualitative introduction to bank risk and bank risk management. The aim is to produce a highly accessible and acceptable guide to the practices and procedures for managing risk in banking to as wide an audience as possible.
It focuses on a wide range of risk management issues such as regulatory, credit, market, operational and liquidity risks. The goal is to assist the student develop a comprehensive understanding of bank risk management activities without getting lost in quantitative mathematical sophistication.
The content is presented in an easily readable format to enable students to understand key qualitative risk factors and how they impact risk management. Each chapter contains numerous illustrative examples and case studies of real life situations to enable students to relate theory to real world events.
The Qualification has two modules:
Module 1 – Risk Management in Banking: Principles and Framework
Module 2 – Risk Management in Banking: Risk Models, Capital
and Asset Liability Management
- Risk management entry level executive
- Internal audit
- Accounting and finance