At the end of the Risk Management course delegates should be comfortable with the need for, and the techniques of, risk identification and quantification.
They will understand the various roles of management, front office, middle office & support within an organisation’s treasury.
They should also be conversant with the concepts of control that are used to contain treasury risk within the parameters defined by the organisation.
Risk Management Defined
Aspects of Risk
Concepts of Control
Defining the Strategy
Interest Rate Exposure Analysis
Foreign Exchange Exposure Analysis
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