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Certified Enterprise Risk Specialist

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Intermediate
35 Nasba
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Course Overview

Participants in this course will gain a full understanding as to today’s best practices in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). The course has been structured to be highly interactive and involving to encourage participants to engage with others to identify where companies have gone wrong in the past, why they experienced issues, what risks they missed or ignored and how these issues could find their way into their own organizations. Once these issues are understood, participants will learn the simple but effective methods on how to design a strong risk function and operate ERM processes which will help enhance performance against the strategic objectives of the organization, protect against losses and reduce uncertainty. Equally important, participants will be given the best toolkit to enable key risks to be identified, recorded, measured, stressed and where possible mitigated or accepted (dependent upon the strategic Risk Appetite for that type or individual risk) and how best to report the findings to the Board. All of the above, will help participants learn about the best practices to develop and maintain a strong risk culture within an organization which is aligned to the Boards Strategic aims.

Key Takeaways

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Understand the need for an effective ERM Framework and what the key components of an ERM are and how these should be implemented.
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Risk Culture u2013 what is good, what is bad and how to ensure that it is effective throughout the entire Enterprise.
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Understand the risks that Firms face and how these should be identified, recorded, stressed and managed in the most effective manner using best practice u2013 Risk Appetite, Risk Registers, Risk Control Self Assessments, Key Risk Indicators, Key Control Indicators, Scenario Analysis, Stress Tests and Good Management Information.
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Understand the need for excellent Risk Management to bring all the parts of the ERM together and how this can be done.
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Most importantly, be able to go back into your organization and make a difference. Be able to show that with a good ERM your company can become more profitable and yet more resilient to shocks.

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Course Outline

Day 1
Establishing The Scene – Predominately Workshops and Recording of Feedback
What is Risk? Is Risk Bad? Who manages risk and what is it they manage? Where have companies failed to manage risk and how did they fail? Could the failure have been avoided or the effects reduced? Is there a Risk type that has a greater likelihood of bringing down an organization? Are there risk types that are very difficult to control/ manage?
Introduction to the:
COSO Enterprise Risk Framework, The Three Lines of Defence model, Committee Structures and Responsibilities, Risk Management Departments and Responsibilities, Who owns each risk type Risk Policy, Procedure and Guidelines, Risk Culture
Q & A on the day’s study
Day 2
Analysis of Strategic, Market, Credit, Liquidity and Operational Risk – Lectures, discussions and workshops
For each risk
Definition and sources of risk How is the risk quantified? VaR, PD, LGD, EAD, IRB, OpVaR The issues relating to the methods of quantification – normal distribution tails The products or methods by which these risks can be managed Case study Q & A on the day’s study
Day 3
Reporting of Risk – Lectures, discussions and workshops
Risk Appetite
What is it? Why do we need it? Who owns it? How should it be communicated – internally and externally? What should it state and why? How should it be used and why?
Risk Registers and Risk Mapping
What is a Risk Register? What should it include? What data should be maintained for each risk? What is taxonomy and why is it important to have a firm wide one? How should risks be calculated? What are Key Risks? Who owns risks? Who owns Risk mitigation plans? Who monitors Risks and When?
Risk Control Self Assessments (RCSA)
What is a RSCA? What should it include? What processes should be applied? How do you score risks? What are the challenges to making the RCSA process successful? What is considered to be best practice?
Key Risk Indicators, Key Performance Indicators, Key Control Indicators
What are they? What are they used for? What are their limitations? What is required to make them effective? What is best practice for maintaining, reporting them?
Q & A on the day’s study
Day 4
Risk Tails and how are they quantified and managed
Overview of what Risk Tails are.
Scenario Analysis (SA)
What is it? Why is it needed? What is the best method of completing good SA? What output should be provided and how should this output be reported and used?
Stress Testing
Why do we need to perform stress testing? What will stress testing show for each type of Risk? What is reverse stress testing and what are its uses? What is Back Testing and why is it performed? Why do financial institutions have to perform stress testing ICAAP, ILAA and Capital Considerations? What outputs and reporting should be provided on Stress Testing?
Business Continuity Planning
What is a BCP and why is it needed? What risks should the BCP cover and why? What should the BCP include? How should the BCP be communicated? How and how often should it be tested? Who should be part of the Crisis / Emergency Operations Team and what information should they have to manage their task effectively?
Q & A on the day’s study
Day 5
The Regulator, Disclosure, Reputational Risk and Mistakes To Avoid, Exam
A Light Touch View Of The Current Regulatory Framework For Financial Institutions
Capital Requirements Liquidity equirements Pillar 1, 2 and 3 explained ICAAP, ILAA Senior Managers Regime Money Laundering and KYC Bribery Act MiFiD MAR TCF Out sourcing
Sample Financial Statements Review
A Review of Strategic Reports A Review of Risk Management and Governance Reports
Reputational Risk
What is Reputational Risk Can it be measured? What are the drivers, how should it be governed and how should it be reported?
Workshop
Risk Management Mistakes to Avoid Using everything that has been learned during the week - where does Risk Management Fail?
Open discussion on the 5 day Event
Wrap up Q & A between Trainer and Participants
Final Exam

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for
Manager to Director
Front Office
Operations
Finance
IT
Audit
Risk
Compliance
HR
Facilities Management
External Relationships
Corporate Office
Consultants
Analysts...

FAQ

What language will the course be taught in and what level of English do I need to take part in an LEORON training program?
Most of our public courses are delivered in English language. You need to be proficient in English to be able to fully participate in the workshop and network with other delegates. For in-house courses we have the capability to train in Arabic, Dutch, German and Portuguese.
Are LEORON Public courses certified by an official body/organization?
LEORON Institute partners with 20+ international bodies and associations.We also award continuing professional development credits (CPE/PDUs) for:1. NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy) 2. Project Management Institute PDUs 3. CISI credits 4. GARP credits 5. HRCI recertification credits 6. SHRM recertification credits
What is the deadline for registering to a public course?
The deadline to register for a public course is 14 days before the course starts. Kindly note that occasionally we do accept late registrations as well, but this needs to be confirmed with the project manager of the training program or with our registration desk that can be reached at +1071 4 1075 5711 or register@leoron.com.
What does the course fee cover?
The course fee covers a premium training experience in a 5-star hotel, learning materials, lunches & refreshments, and for some courses, the certification fee and membership with the accrediting bodies.
Does LEORON give discounts?
Yes, we can provide discounts for group bookings. If you would like to discuss a discount on a corporate level, we will be happy to talk to you.

Reviews

  • Review:
    IAMM Internal Audit Maturity Model
    In recognition of their dedication and contribution supporting IKEA Saudi Arabia in arranging training programs during 2017 & 2018, looking forward for more development and exciting effort this year. On behalf of IKEA Saudi Arabia, THANK YOU!
    Dalal Kutbi
    Country Learning & Development Manager at IKEA Saudi Arabia
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    Certified Professional in Quality and Patient Safety
    Dating back to 2014, Mobily’s “LEORON” experience has grown from a single collaboration to a long-term partnership. We consider ‘’LEORON” Institute as a strategic partner, whose contribution has been nothing but premium in equipping our staff with field-based knowledge and information. Past three years have resulted with an expanded collaboration with superior customer service and support. Best Regards,
    Turki S. Alsahaan
    Dir L&D, Talent Management at Mobily, Etihad Etisalat Company
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    Certified Professional in Quality and Patient Safety
    Since the partnership was signed between BAE Systems Saudi Development & Training and LEORON in 2017, we have been working together to offer the Saudi market a complete portfolio of training solutions benefiting from the wide and extensive experience of both parties. Recognizing the great success of this partnership, we are looking for further collaborations in the future that will position both companies as one of the leading training providers in Saudi Arabia. We thank the LEORON team for their full cooperation and continuing support, and look forward to further success together in the years to come.
    Emad Alrajih
    VP, Business Winning at BAE Systems Saudi Development & Training
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    Certified Professional in Quality and Patient Safety
    We have been working with LEORON for the past two years and will be working with them again this upcoming year. The programs they delivered were fruitful and exciting and our organization has received positive feedback from the participants. What our organization aims to do is to provide at no cost training for all the private sector employees so that they may benefit from our offered programs in Innovation and Professional development. Leoron has helped us achieve this goal. We look forward to continuing this service and wish them the best of luck. Regards,
    Nasser M. Al-Subaie
    Sr. Program Officer, Enterprise Learning & Human Development at Kuwait Foundation for the Advancemen