Banking Board Leadership Programme.
Develop your ability to lead at board level to build
banking institutions that deliver results for today
07 - 10 December 2021 Sandton Centre, Jhb South Africa
05 – 08 April 2022 Cape Town, South Africa
Register Now! Limited Seats Available!
Public R16, 999.00
Online R9, 999.00
Online R9, 999.00
Develop your ability to lead at board level to build banking institutions that deliver results for today and prepare for sustainable future success. A robust financial background, an impeccable understanding of business principles and firm ethics are just some of the requirements for an effective member of a bank board.
As banks worldwide seek to re-establish trust whilst competing in an increasingly competitive environment, they must also grapple with new and complex challenges which demand more of leadership. Advances in technology are significantly disrupting the industry, regulators have increased their expectations and demands, and socio-political issues like climate change and social mobility have become increasingly prominent on bank board agendas.
How you will benefit :
- Gain insight into Basel 3 and King IV™;
- Unpack corporate governance, ethics in business and Global theories and standards for effective corporate governance in banking
- 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; and
- Discuss risk, governance and management structures.
- Learn What will the bank of the future look like, and what will it’s role in society be?
Who Should Attend:
This programme is aimed at
- Executive directors
- Non-executive directors
- Board Members
- Company secretaries of banks.
Governance, Leadership and Culture
- Global theories and standards for effective corporate governance in banking
- Creating resilient banking organisations
- Understanding the view of regulators and navigating the changing business and regulatory environment
- What is the board’s role in practice – and what are our legal, social and environmental responsibilities?
- Developing board culture, and influencing organisational culture
- Managing brand reputation and franchise at board level
Introduction to King IV
- Objectives of King IV
- King IV definition of governance
- Underpinning philosophies of King IV
- Legal Status of King IV
- Scope of application of King IV
- Application – appropriate application of King IV
Regulation, Capital & Liquidity Management
- Global regulatory architecture and developments
- Bank capital regulation (Basel II/III and CRD IV) and understanding the view of the regulators
- How do banks effectively respond to crises, and develop robust recovery and resolution plans?
- Best practice capital and liquidity management
Risk Management and Financial Statements
- Measuring and managing credit, market and operational risks
- Understanding the role of internal and external risk factors and managing them effectively
- What can boards do to scrutinise and question risk management? And what is the regulators perspective on effective risk management?
- Board awareness of financial statements and understanding issues in financial reporting
- International developments in financial reporting for banks
Strategy, Growth and Responsible Business
- Strategic decision making in responding to competitive pressures and the changing market environment
- Building a responsible and ethical business to drive growth and mitigate risk
- Understanding market structure and dynamics in search of growth
- The boards’ role in developing organisational strategy
- Addressing new challenges and opportunities like climate change through sustainable banking and lending
The Future of Banking
- What will the bank of the future look like, and what will it’s role in society be?
- Digital disruption and its implications for banking – Big Data, FinTech, RegTech, Blockchain, and AI
- The changing risk landscape – cyber-risk, disintermediation risk, sustainability risks
- The future of regulation in banking
- Geo and socio-political developments and their impact on bank strategy and governance
End of the Workshop
IN HOUSE AND ONLINE TRAINING
While both In-House and Online training can present with cost-effectiveness and time-efficacy, there are some very specific differences between in-house courses and those based online.
The demand for additional courses by individuals or groups of people is increasing. Still, it depends entirely on the preferences of a person what type of training he or she wants to receive. Online courses and in-house training carry some similarities but they are considered to exhibit some very pivotal differences too. Despite that, both types of learning can be really beneficial for attendees.