1 STRATEGY & MANAGEMENT IN BANKING A NEW WORLD ORDER DUBLIN / LONDON JUNE 2018 Tel: /
2 2 Week Course Includes Strategic Management in an uncertain environment Change Management & Corporate Governance Risk Management with a focus on Operational Risk Capitalisation & Liquidity - New Realities The Programme Regulating a broken system Marketing & Leadership C.R.M Fintech & its implications for Banks This is an intensive 2-week programme covering the key aspects of contemporary Banking. Delegates will benefit from a comprehensive programme delivered by outstanding Lecturers and Practitioners. Financial institutions face new challenges following the collapse of the financial system. Strategic management must now take place within the context of new realities and uncertainties. There may be a need to change the business model to survive market developments. For regulators there will be a need to develop new systems and processes. In short all must change in banking but managers still need to manage. This course will concentrate on strategic Bank management and the management of change. Participants will be equipped with a vision of the future in markets, macroeconomic management, the skills of Bank strategic management and implementation, strategic marketing as a cornerstone to strategic planning, product banking and niche banking. Methodology The programme will be interactive and will consist of a combination of: lectures, group work and exercises, individual study and projects, case studies, videos, institutional visits. The delegates will receive workbooks, handouts and a list of relevant reading material designed to take them through the essential points of each lecture. In addition, many lectures will be given by practitioners to ensure that the course will have a strong practical emphasis. Study visits and introductions to relevant financial institutions will be arranged. The programme concludes with a module in London, where delegates will be introduced to the London financial markets. Principal aims To enhance management of commercial and other Banks and banking divisions. To enhance strategic planning and marketing programmes. To enhance knowledge of fundamental Bank management risks. To enhance the process of change and restructuring. Enhance awareness of new technologies & the implications of Fintech. Who will benefit Executives & Management in Commercial Banks, Development Financial Institutions and Niche Banks. Personnel from Central Banks, Ministry of Finance and agencies concerned with the regulation and development of the Banking Sector. Executives in other agencies concerned with the strategic development of the Banking Sector. Executives concerned with the restructuring of Banks and their client portfolios. Executives in rating agencies concerned with related assessment and management techniques.
3 STRATEGY & MANAGEMENT IN BANKING A NEW WORLD ORDER APPLICATION FORM Personal Information Family Name: First & Other Names: Home Address: Telephone No: Date of Birth: Sex: Nationality: Next of kin: Name: Home Address: Telephone: Career Information Present Position Title: Since When: Type of Organisation: Name of Employer: Address: Telephone Number: Mobile: Name of Supervisor: Title of Post: Description of your work including personal responsibility: Funding Will your organisation fund your attendance? Yes No If No, have you applied for funding to one of the international Donor Agencies? Yes No If Yes, Name of Agency: Statement by Employer The above named is eligible to attend the programme. Please comment on ability of candidate to speak, read and understand English (the language of the course) Name of Official: Signature: Title: Candidate s Signature: How to Apply: Complete the application form and send immediately to: Ms Bernadette Carew - Director of training International Development Ireland Limited Tel: , Web: Skype: bernadette.carew
4 General Information PROGRAMME ADMISSION The Director of Banking will review all applications to ensure that the programme is suitable to their needs and that of their organisations. Admissions to the programme are assessed in the order in which they are received and should be registered by our office not later than 7th May WHEN AND WHERE The programme will commence in Dublin on Monday 18th June and conclude in London on Friday the 29th June FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Most employers will finance the participation of their staff. Others may like to apply to various international donor agencies. Where relevant it is important for participants to establish which agency is most likely to have funds available in their region. Participants should note that early application for fellowships from donor agencies is vital. LANGUAGE The language of the programme will be English. FEE The program fee is Euro 7,000 to include accommodation and meal allowance, all tuition, documentation and local travel. If you wish to make your own accommodation/ meal arrangements, the fee is Euro 5,500. VISAS Where Visas are required, participants must secure both Irish and UK Visas from the relevant Embassies in their country before departure. 4-6 weeks notice now required. CERTIFICATES Certificates will be presented to candidates who successfully complete the programme. HEALTH Participants should be in a good state of health and have adequate health, travel and accident insurance before arriving in Ireland. Modules Bank Strategy and Strategic Marketing Planning in a new environment Formulation & Implementation Corporate Culture & Management of Change Marketing Principles & Planning Marketing Competitive Business Strategy Quality in Banking Future Trends Implications of Deregulation Profitability Impact of International Supervisory Trends Product Banking Retail Products including Fintech Trade Finance Financing and Developing of Exports Equity Investment Corporate Finance Role of the Bank in Privatisation Corporate Governance & compliance Treasury Management Money Laundering Deterrence Fintech Basle Accord - new requirements Challenge of Operational Risk Organisational and system changes that Banks are implementing due to the Basle Accord Steps to successful implementation New requirements for capital and liquidity Customer Relationship Management (CRM) CRM & Profitability Strategy for Supervision & Central Bank Regulation Role of Central Bank in the Development of Capital Markets New Risk Management Measures Potential Regulation Failures in a Rapidly Changing Environment Assessing Strategy and Competitive Position of Banks Balancing Competition and Banks Solvency