Strategic Management in Banking

Developing a strategic mindset
in the fast-changing banking world

01 - 04 February 2022 Sandton Centre, Jhb South Africa

03 – 06 May 2022 Cape Town, South Africa

Register Now! Limited Seats Available!

Public R15, 999.00

Online R9, 999.00

Online R9, 999.00

Course overview:

How should banks reassess their strategies after the global financial crisis? What are the strategic implications of the final Basel III (Basel IV) regulations on capital and liquidity? How will big data and digital banking change the future of banking? How to sustain revenue growth?

The Strategic Management in Banking programme addresses the needs of senior leaders, including managers and board members, willing to play a role in financial markets. It will focus on the global reassessment of the financial strategic canvas with the emergence of new players such as digital disruption, Fintech and TechFin; new tools including robots and blockchain; the fast-changing regulatory environment; new issues such as sustainability and the millennial challenge; and rising macro uncertainty such as financial fragility and COVID-19.

How you benefit:

  • Gain expertise in strategic positioning, competition with new entrants and growth
  • Assess the future of the financial markets, identify the challenges and the opportunities and learn how to turn challenges into opportunities
  • Learn how to craft holistic solutions for the financial clients
  • Develop new ideas to reach clients with big data and a digital offering
  • Enhance, with the help of a simulation, your skills in value creation and risk control
  • Discuss strategy implementation and how to lead teams (boards, management teams, sales teams).

Who Should Attend:

This school is for top bankers, senior managers who are expected to reach executive-level positions soon, those who directly support the top management teams of their banks, and “high-flyers” with the potential to rise to the top. This includes:

  • Board directors
  • CEO’s and members of boards of management and top executive committees
  • General managers, executive vice presidents, executive directors responsible for “profit centre” divisions, involved in
  • Retail Banking, SME Banking, Corporate Banking, Treasury and ALM, plus subsidiary companies involved in these businesses
  • Senior executives responsible for support divisions, including Strategy, Marketing, Sales Support, Risk Management, Credit Risk, Market Risk, Operations, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology and Internal Audit

Training Course Content:

The strategic plan

  • What is it and why does it matter
  • Can a bank function without a strategy?
  • Strategic plans, business plans, operational plans and budgets – differences and interrelations
  • Who is involved in strategic planning, and what skills do they need?
  • Time horizon of the strategic plan
  • The strategic planning cycle and timetable
  • Typical contents of a strategic plan

Strategic analysis of the future of the Financial Services Industry

  • Value creation in financial markets
  • Organic growth vs. acquisition
  • Securitization and the rise of platforms
  • Digital disruption (Fintech, TechFin, ecosystems)
  • Final Basel III (Basel IV) and new regulatory changes

Asset-liability management

  • Value-Based Management
  • Profit centres and performance valuation
  • Funds transfer pricing (FTP) and economic capital allocation
  • Control of credit and market risks

 

Retail banking and peer-to-peer (P2P) lending

  • A new banking model?
  • To branch or not to branch?
  • Digital distribution, digital currency, tokens, and big data
  • New behavioural products

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.

For Registration and other Training arrangements,
contact us on the detail below.
SOUTH AFRICA Tel: +27 11 057 6001
KENYA Tel: +254 11 353 1082
WhatsApp +27 79 574 0389
info@bmktraining.co.za / www.bmktraining.com