FNSV 6700 3.00
|Title||MANAGEMENT OF RISK IN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS|
|Department||FINANCIAL SERVICES - ROOM SSB N205A, (416) 736-5075 fax (416) 736-5687|
Risk is the fundamental element that influences the behaviour of financial institutions. FNSV 6700 provides a comprehensive introduction to risk management. Presented within the framework of financial institutions, the course covers the design and operation of a risk-management system, modeling and the interplay between internal oversight and external regulation. The theory of risk management (market, credit and operational risk) comes alive through practical case evaluation and presentations from the senior executives in the risk management field. The course provides the essential analytical foundations of risk management in a way appropriate for those who do not have a mathematical background.
Prerequisite: FNSV 5500