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Early Warning Signals in Banks

Fitch Learning
Course summary
2 days
2,995 USD, 2,295 GBP excl. VAT
Open / Scheduled
Next available date: 05/03/2020 09:00 - London
Course Dates
London
05/03/2020 09:00 
2,295 GBP
New York
30/03/2020 09:00 
2,995 USD
Singapore
01/04/2020 09:00 
2,995 USD

Course description

Early Warning Signals in Banks

Advanced | 16 CPD pts | 2 Days

This two-day intensive course will provide a structured approach for identifying early warning signals in financial institutions.

Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the causes and symptoms of both systemic and individual bank failure in the global financial crisis
  • Anticipate and quantify the vulnerability of institutions to liquidity and refinancing risk
  • Stress test solvency for write downs from credit, trading, investment and derivative positions
  • Differentiate qualitative, quantitative and market indicators of credit deterioration
  • Identify the likely triggers or events which would change the credit standing of a company in the future.

Suitability - Who should attend?

This course is designed for experienced regulators, credit risk and fixed income professionals with a good understanding of the analysis of financial institutions. This course follows on from our intermediary level courses: Intensive Bank Analysis, Emerging Market Bank Analysis and Non-Bank Financial Institutions.

Training Course Content

Day One

Analytic Overview

This section provides a structured framework of analysis highlighting early warning signals of distress and recurring themes in troubled credits. 

  • Signs of distress
  • Structured analytic approach

Operating Environment

This section will focus on key macroeconomic and sector trends, which are likely to erode creditworthiness, identifying potential areas of stress going forward.

Management and Shareholders

This section will focus on comparing management responses to a challenged sector.

Day Two

Business Risk

This section will focus on companies with challenged business models and companies in crisis.

Financial Risk

This section will focus on the stability of a company's funding structure and the ability to withstand solvency and liquidity crises.

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Expenses

The cost of this course includes a light breakfast, lunch and two additional refreshment breaks during each day of the course.

In-house training

Fitch Learning can also deliver this course as in-house training for your company, anywhere in the world. Tailored courses by Fitch Learning are designed to reflect your goals at both a corporate and a team level and help meet your specific training requirements.

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Ana-Maria
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Very good insight into the development of the global crisis and the various banking systems failures. Ana-Maria Daianu - DZ Bank
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