Enterprise Risk Management

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
En Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunéi), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (Emiratos Árabes Unidos), Algiers, Algeria (Argelia) y 16 sedes más
  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute

£ 12.000 - ($ 223.914)
IVA inc.

Obliged so much for the opportunity of having this programme. It is indeed a fortunate to come to HRODC which have been doing this things for the fellow should and we hope to go back with the political and the practical aspect of risk management ...


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  • Short course
  • Advanced
  • En 19 sedes
  • Duración:
    12 Days
  • Cuándo:
    A definir

Do you want to be able to understand Enterprise Risk Management and all the subjects involved? This course in Enterprise Risk Management will help professionals feel more confident to fulfil their duties and responsibilities as auditors and analysts.

During 12 days you will be taught about strategies to avoid, manage and solve risk. Do not hesitate to ask for more information through Emagister’s website.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

Delegates will acquire a thorough understanding of risk, risk management and risk management process in an organization. At the end of the course, they will demonstrate proficiency on Financial Risk Planning, Financial Risk Assessment - methods and techniques – and a lot more!

¿Esta formación es para mí?

This course is designed for enterprise risk managers, chief risk officers, directors of risk management, risk professionals, risk modeling experts, risk managers, risk management team participants, chartered enterprise risk analyst and other risk professionals, chief financial officers, chief operating officers, chief actuaries, senior executives, board directors, regulators and rating agency analysts, internal and external auditors, investment professionals, business managers, business continuity coordinators, business operations managers, disaster recovery professionals, corporate strategy staff, asset liability management professionals and anyone new to ERM within financial services.

¿Qué pasará tras pedir información?

On receiving your request, we will send you the course brochure which contains the course outline, cost, duration and application requirements.


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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Khalifa Street, 44486, Abu Dhabi, Emiratos Árabes Unidos
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Algiers, Algeria
Pins Maritimes, 16000, Algeria, Argelia
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Amman, Jordan
Bin Ali Street, 11118, Jordan, Jordania
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Amsterdam, Netherlands
Damrak 1-5, 1012, Noord Holland, Holanda
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Astana, Kazahkstan
Arka Street, 010 000, Kazahstan, Kazajstán
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Bahrain, Manama
Salman Highway, Bahrain, Bahréin
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Lo mejor Obliged so much for the opportunity of having this programme. It is indeed a fortunate to come to HRODC which have been doing this things for the fellow should and we hope to go back with the political and the practical aspect of risk management that we have learnt from this consultancy the last two weeks.

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Curso realizado: Diciembre 2013 | Recomendarías este centro? Sí.

¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

Risk Assessment
Corporate Governance
Risk Analysis
Business Risk
Risk Management
Credit Risk Management
Financial Risk Management
Managing Risk
Project Risk
Project Risk management
Risk Mgmt
Risk Strategy
Management Planning
Enterprise Risk Management
Control Systems Management
Enterprise Laws


Course Contents, Concepts and Issues



Part 1: Understanding Risk and Risk Management


Ø  Defining and Contextualising Risk:

Ø  Understanding Risk in an Organisation:

Ø  Pertinent Issues in Enterprise Risk Mange


Part 2: The Risk Management Process (1)


Ø  Sequencing the Process:

  STEP 1: Risk Identification and Categorization;

  STEP 2: Risk Quantification:

  STEP 3: Risk Strategies Identification:

  STEP 4: Implementation Of Strategies:

  STEP 5: Monitoring And Reviewing Results Of Risk Mitigation Measures:


Part 3: The Risk Management Process (2)


Ø  Sequencing the Process:

      Conducting a Financial Risk Assessment.

  Formal Risk Assessment Techniques and Measurements:

  Financial Risk Assessment and Manifestation Reality:

  Managing Financial Exposure Risk;

  Risk Management Tools:

  Managing Risk With Forward Contracts:

  Financial Method Of Measuring Risk:

  Quantifying Financial Risk;

  Interest Rate Derivatives Market;

  Equity Risk;

  Identifying and Measuring Currency/Exchange Rate Risk;

  Measuring Currency or Exchange Rate Risk.


Part 4: Risk, National Insurance and Social Security (1)


Ø  National Insurance:

  What constitutes National Insurance?;

  Worker Contribution to National Insurance;

  Employer Statutory Contribution to National Insurance;

  Measures to Facilitate the Maintenance of Statutory National Insurance Contributions;

  Retirement Benefits;

  Death benefits

  Unemployment Benefits;

  Operationalising Unemployment Benefit Program: The Ghanaian Example;

  Problems Plaguing the Viability of National Insurance Viability:

  Problem Resolution and their Sustainability


Part 5: Risk, National Insurance and Social Security (2)


Ø  Social Security Provision:

  Possible Social Security Coverage:

  Operationalising of Social Security: Growing Concerns;

  Proposed Solutions to Pertinent Problems.

Ø  Risk Mitigation Approaches:

  Risk Elimination or Avoidance;

  Risk Mitigation: Planning, Execution and Monitoring;

  Risk Mitigation Approaches;

  Underwriting Standards:

      Definition of ‘Underwriting Standards’.



Part 6: Risk, National Insurance and Social Security (3)


Ø  Insurance;

  Branches of Insurance - Successful transactions;

  Building Blocks of an Insurance Premium;

  Mathematical Basis for Insurance – Example:

  Risk – Classification;

  Benefits Compared to No Insurance;

  Social or Private?;

  Employee Benefit Plans;

  Risk Management Process;

  Identify Potential Loss Exposures;

  Measure Potential Loss Exposures;

  Risk Handling Techniques;

  Loss Control – Reduction;

  Loss Transfer;

  ERM – Integrated Framework;

  ERM – Recent Loss Events;

  Agency Law;

  Insurance Occupations:

  Asset/Liability Management Hedging;



Part 7: Risk, National Insurance and Social Security (4)


Ø  Derivatives Trading:


  Equity Derivative;

  Weather Derivatives.

Ø  Reinsurance or Syndication:

  Reinsurance Loss Splitting;

  Reinsurance Prorata Loss Splitting $500,000 LOSS;

  Reinsurance Excess-of-Loss Loss Splitting;

  Reinsurance and Risk Management;

  Reinsurance Providers.

Ø  Due Diligence Investigation:

  What Is a Due Diligence Investigation?;

  Applications of Due Diligence;

  Inclusions in  Due Diligence Investigations.




Part 8: Financial Exposure as Risk


Ø  Foreign Exchange Exposure

Ø  Foreign Exchange Exposure vs. Foreign Exchange Risk

Ø  Economic Exposure:

      Channels of Economic Exposure;

      Types of Economic Exposure:

      An Illustration of Operating Exposure;

      Some Strategies to Manage Operating Exposure:

      To Hedge or not to Hedge?;

      Hedging Strategies;

      Management of Economic Exposure;

      How To Measure Economic Exposure.

Ø  Transaction Exposure:

Ø  Translation Exposure:



Part 9: Financial Risk and Unpredictability: Uncontrollable Environment Issues


Ø  Asset Behavior and Pricing Implication;

Ø  Video - Asset Management;

Ø  Sovereign Wealth Fund and International Investment;

Ø  Bank for International Settlement (BIS): Basel 3 Agreement:


Part 10: Business Continuity: Disaster Recovery Planning (1)


Ø  Business Continuity Planning (BCP):

Ø  Disaster Recovery Planning;

Ø  Disaster Defined;

Ø  Types of Disasters;

Ø  Effects of Disasters:

Ø  Business Continuity Planning;

Ø  Disaster Recovery Planning;

Ø  Why Plan?;

Ø  Establishing the Team;

Ø  Getting Management Support;

Ø  Need for Departmental Support;

Ø  Team Members;

Ø  DR Team Sub-Teams;

Ø  Characteristics of Team Members;

Ø  External Team Members;

Ø  Notification Directory;

Ø  Securing/Preparing Resources;

Ø  Team Tasks.


Part 11: Business Continuity: Disaster Recovery Planning (2)


Ø  Defining Risk;

Ø  Choosing Assessment Method;

Ø  Matching Response to Threat;

Ø  Setting Priorities;

Ø  Using Risk Assessment Results;

Ø  Disaster-based Risk Assessment;

Ø  Asset-based Risk Assessment;

Ø  Business Impact;

Ø  Business Impact Analysis;

Ø  OCTAVE Risk Assessment;

Ø  Identifying Critical Assets;

Ø  Business Functions;

Ø  Business Processes;

Ø  Identifying Functions/Processes;

Ø  Prioritizing DR Planning Efforts;

Ø  Determining What to Recover When Conducting Dependency Analysis;

Ø  Disaster Declaration Criteria;

Ø  Data Backup.



Part 12: Business Continuity: Disaster Recovery Planning (3)


Ø  Information as Asset;

Ø  Recovery Site Alternatives;

Ø  Recovery Site Agreements;

Ø  Recovery Site Selection Criteria;

Ø  Design Recovery Solution;

Ø  Documents Needed by Discovery Resolution Team;

Ø  Contact Information Needed;

Ø  Evaluate Support;

Ø  Emergency Operations Center;

Ø  Create Data Backups;

Ø  Create the Recovery Plan;

Ø  Upstream Relationships;

Ø  Downstream Relationships;

Ø  Directing the Discovery Resolution Team;

Ø  Steps After Recovery;

Ø  Emergencies during Discovery Resolution;

Ø  Identify Gaps in Discovery Resolution Plan;

Ø  Identify Discovery Resolution Risks;

Ø  Rehearsing the Discovery Resolution Plan;

Ø  Applying Change Control;

Ø  Manage/Document the Discovery Resolution;

Ø  After the Discovery Resolution Test;

Ø  Threat Determination;

Ø  Threat Classification;

Ø  Addressing Threats.

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Cost:                         ü  £9,600.00  Per Delegate for UK Delivery ü  £12,000.00  Per Delegate for Delivery outside the UK