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Credit Risk Management - Framework

Banks should have stringent structures in place to accept and manage credit risk, revolving around the creation of a robust credit risk management framework with high-level management participation. A key input into this framework is credit risk appetite, which is the level of risk that a bank is prepared to accept to achieve its objectives. This course explains why establishing and maintaining an effective credit risk management framework is a necessary condition if a bank is to achieve its objectives by only taking on and then managing those risks that are within credit risk appetite. The course also describes the various elements of a bank’s credit risk management framework, including credit policies, processes, people, authorities, and infrastructure.

  • OBJECTIVES

    On completion of this course, you will be able to:

    Describe the concept of credit risk appetite in the context of a framework for managing credit risk

    Outline the key elements of a bank’s credit risk management framework

  • COURSE OUTLINE

    Topic 1: Credit Risk Appetite & Management Framework

    Credit Risk Appetite

    Credit Risk Management Framework

    o Key Elements

    Managing Customer Risks

    Managing Portfolio Risks

    Learning Lessons and Resetting Appetite

    Topic 2: Credit Risk Management Framework

    Credit Policies

    Credit Risk Processes

    o Policies vs. Processes

    People

    Credit Risk Authorities

    Infrastructure

  • PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE

  • ESTIMATED COMPLETED TIME

    60 Minutes

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