Principles and Practices of Credit Risk Management
July 14 2020 16:00 - 17:00 UTC
Credit Risk Management is the function that ensures the organization is balancing its risk appetite with its risk tolerance to attain the organization’s desired credit risk objectives. This course provides guidance in how to implement and maintain the desired level of credit risk management with practical tools and techniques. Both the market and the regulatory agencies expect credit risk management to reflect the bank’s credit culture, so the class also offers direction on how to identify the organization’s credit culture and to reposition it to support the desired credit risk management.
A strong credit culture:
- Focuses the organization—everyone on the same page
- Reduces organizational conflict and confusion—priorities
- Minimizes need for rigid controls
- Supports commitment to the organizational vision and mission
- Adds to the organization’s bottom line and enhances shareholder value
Areas to be discussed include:
- Linkage between an effective credit risk management and a strong credit culture
- Types of credit cultures and method for identifying organization’s existing credit culture
- Tools for measuring and managing portfolio transactional, intrinsic, and concentration risks
- Examples of effective credit risk management practices and processes
Participants will learn how to diagnose their own credit culture and credit risk management to identify any gaps, and if so, how to plug those gaps.
• Prerequisites: N/A • Advanced Preparations: N/A
• Course Level: Basic • Group Internet Based Training
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