Banking Board Leadership Programme

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​​​​​​This programme exposes non-executive directors of banks to corporate governance, risk management, regulation, management structures and Basel III.​

Non-executive directors of banks require a range of skills but having a robust financial background, a good understanding of business principles, firm ethics and a thorough knowledge of the industry are key. This two day programme seeks to ensure that non-executive directors of banks keep abreast of the latest developments in their sector.​


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Please note that the next programme will take place in 2018, dates will be available from October 2017.

Who should attend?

The course is aimed at non-executive directors of banks.

How you will benefit
  • Gain insight into Basel lll and King III, 
  • Discuss risk governance  and management structures 
  • Unpack corporate governance and ethics in business – what does it mean? 
  • Learn how to effectively discharge your duties as a director and the incumbent legal responsibilities thereof 
  • Gain the skills to effectively review the results and report to stakeholders 

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Day 1: Corporate Governance, Risk Management & Regulation

  • An overview of different banking models & associated risks, regulation, risk management & corporate governance
  • Non-executive directors’ responsibilities in terms of King III and the Banks Act
  • A practical guide to non-executive directors’ responsibilities
  • Introduction to Basel lll
  • The Companies Act and Non-executive directors’ responsibilities

Day 2: Risk Management, Governance, Conduct and Compliance

  • Introduction to risk management responsibilities for NED’s
  • An overview of market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, interest rate risk, operational risk and compliance risks
  • Evaluating risk management effectiveness: what to expect from leadership – key considerations when overseeing culture and conducting risk programmes
  • What to expect from information technology, enterprise risk, compliance and internal audit functions
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