Introduction: Operational Risk Management


Operational Risk is defined broadly and as a causal risk – the risk of loss due to failures in people, processes, systems or external events. It underlies many other risks, in particular regulatory and reputation risks, which are fundamental to the business model for financial institutions. It has also become a very costly risk for firms which have not managed it well. It is also a discipline which continues to develop rapidly in sophistication and relevance to business decision making.


The program is designed to deliver a deep, practical understanding of operational risk management frameworks and measurement methodologies in financial institutions.  Successful candidates will be better prepared to implement meaningful risk assessment initiatives, produce useful risk management information and understand basic modeling techniques for operational risk measurement.

Audience: All Levels & Boards
Delivery Method: Live on-line, On-Demand, In-Person
Duration: 8 Weeks
CPE Credits: 22

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