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International Certification Programme in Banking Management.

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International Certification Programme in Banking Management.

Objective: The course has concept of risk management serves as the unifying theme. A bank's asset and liability management committee (ALCO) or risk management committee is responsible for the overall financial planning and management of the bank's profitability and risk profile. The course emphasizes how managers can develop and implement strategies to maximize stockholders' wealth by balancing the trade-off between banking risks and returns.

Part-1

  • Changing Structure of the Banking Industry
  • Analyzing Bank Performance

Part-2

  • Managing Noninterest Income and Expense
  • Determinants of Interest Rates and the Values of Fixed-Income Securities
  • Managing Interest Rate Risk: GAP and Earnings Sensitivity
  • Managing Interest Rate Risk: Duration Gap and EVE Sensitivity

Part-3

  • Using Derivatives to Manage Interest Rate Risk
  • Liquidity Planning: Managing Short Term Liabilities and Cash Assets
  • The Effective Use of Capital

Part-4

  • Overview of Credit Policy and Loan Characteristics
  • Evaluating Commercial Loan Requests
  • Evaluating Consumer Loans
  • Managing the Investment Portfolio
  • Global Banking Activities

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