This course provides a systematic and comprehensive process to understand and effectively review banking activities, including commercial and personal products, the key risks involved in retail and corporate banking, private banking, trade finance, investment banking, dealer rooms, and derivatives. The course focuses on the design of suitable internal audit programs and the identification of the related objectives, risks, controls and audit steps for these assignments.
You should attend because banking structures, processes, products, and compliance requirements are becoming more complex. This course provides a comprehensive and systematic approach to auditing banks effectively.
Internal, External, and Credit Auditors; Audit Directors and Managers; CAEs; Risk Managers
You will learn how to develop programs, risk assessments, planning, essential testing procedures and reporting. You will learn about many commercial and personal banking products, investments, trading rooms, and money transfer mechanisms.
How to Audit a Bank:
Deposits and Deposit Taking:
Funds Transmission and Clearing Services:
Security and Provisioning:
Trade Finance and Finance of Trade:
Dealing and the Dealing Room:
Futures and the Futures Market:
Options and the Options Market:
Swaps and the Swaps Market:
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