Risk management trainings: Back 2 basics & Specialist Operational Risk Management

If you’re curious what risk management is all about, and always felt you could benefit from a broad overview of the profession, Vectis’ Back 2 Basics session will certainly appeal to you!

Back 2 Basics

During this short half day training course, Vectis will address the essentials of:

  • Key laws and regulations covering Risk, Compliance and Governance
  • Market Risk
  • Credit Risk
  • Liquidity Risk
  • Operational Risk

For those that are keen for a little more, Vectis is leveraging upon its extensive experience in Business Operations & Execution, offering half-day sessions dedicated to Operational Risk in Action.

Operational Risk in Action

The training will be segregated in two sessions, with one covering a detailed review of operational risk management tailored to:

  • Investment PFS
  • Specialised PFS

The other tailored exlusively to:

  • Support PFS

Both distinct sessions willl make extensive use of case studies to illustrate salient points, relying heavily on the 11 years of experience that Vectis has accrued in the domain.

Investment PFS
Specialised PFS

Support PFS
Deep Dive on RAR –
Getting it done efficiently
  • Demonstrating the Operational risk framework in action
  • Covering in depth key regulations and governance issues
  • Illustrating how to execute risk reporting
  • Demonstrating tools and techniques for risk identification
  • Showing how to carry out value added scenario analysis and planning
  • Sharing best practice on designing key risk identifiers
  • Showing how to carry out a root cause analysis
  • Risk mapping and risk and control assessments (RCA)
  • Fostering an appropriate risk appetite and developing a risk centric culture

  • How to describe your risk management system
  • Best practice on carrying out Self-Assessments of risks affecting the financial sector
  • determining the probability and impact of risks
  • Compiling Risk Sheets
  • How to Identify your top direct and indirect risks efficiently
  • Best practice in reducing your net exposures by building robust controls
  • Adjusting your risk analysis based on changes in the business environment
  • Identifying your gross / net / and anticipated risk

Trainings are scheduled to take place in October and November.