Responsible Banking Foundation Courses


The Responsible Finance Management Programme seek to inspire bankers to implement the necessary cultural changes inside the banking and financial industry to win back client trust and to gain a competitive advantage; as we understand it, the future of banking will depend on organisations behaving with integrity, covering environmental, social, economic and governance issues while respecting all stakeholders.We offer the possibility of completing the Executive Master in Responsible Banking throughout the Foundation Courses separetely.The Responsible Finance Management Programme contains 7 courses; 5 courses for Module 1, 1 course for Module II and 1 course for Module III as seen in the diagram. Each course lasts 3 weeks and costs 900 Euros. On completion of each course, students obtain a Foundation Certificate in that Responsible Banking Course.respon2
Understanding the Responsible Financial and Banking Environment and the main Technical Financial Tools. This course is designed to learn the responsible banking concepts, principles and framework. At the same time fundamental economic and finance issues are explained to strengthen participant skills on banking and financial activities.
OBJECTIVES:
• Learning the meaning of Responsible Banking and its key principles
• Discussing the implementation of Responsible Banking: obstacles and opportunities
• Clarifying fundamental concepts of macroeconomics theories
• Analyzing the Great Recession and current Macroeconomics policies
• Discussing banks contribution to financial stability and economic growth
• Examining and discuss the important of behavioral finance for financial institutions and its implication for responsible banking
CONTENT:
A) TOPICS
1. Financial Institution roles and responsibilities: Key points for Responsible Banking.
2. Macroeconomics theories and Banks contribution to Financial Stability
3. Behavioral Finance: The importance of psychology in the economic crisis.
B) CASE STUDIES
1. Responses to the Financial Crisis: responsible answers of different Business Banking Models. PART I
C) READINGS
1. Moral hazard: “Too Big to Fail”, how to manage Systemic Banks
Analysis of the role, behavior and responsible development of Financial Markets and Products. The course aims to explain how transparent and efficient functioning of financial markets can contribute to the economic growth. Sustainable and Responsible Investment (SRI) is an essential topic of the course. We study how this concept is applied to different financial products and how to align investors´ financial objectives with the social responsibility of the financial sector.
OBJECTIVES
• Understanding SRI and its new developments
• Analyzing the efficiency of Financial Markets
• Discussing the implementation of banking human rights framework.
• Understanding derivatives and learn best practices in derivatives markets
CONTENT
A) TOPICS
1. Sustainable and Responsible Investment
2. Good Practices in Derivative Markets
3. Introduction to business in human rights
B) CASE STUDIES
1. Ponzi scheme Madoff ’s fraudulent investment operations.
2. How to avoid interbank interest rate fixing manipulation: the Libor scandal and its implications for financial markets.
C) READINGS
1. Performance Attribution and Asset Allocation: do not dissociate investment policy from customer.
2. Selected reading about SRI Market
Identifying, assessing, managing and mitigating the Integrated Risks of a Financial Institution. The course is focused on analyzing risk management as a fundamental part of the Internal Governance of Financial Institutions. The aim is to establish a risk culture based on a full understanding of the risks it faces and how they are managed. Risk management involves every member of the organization and members should correctly understand their responsibilities and their contributions for the solvency of their corporations.
OBJECTIVES
• Implementing sound and consistent risk culture throughout an institution
• Identify bank´s sources of credit risks
• Learning responsible lending
• Analyzing operational risk as an integral part of the strategic planning, business management and overall risk management processes.
CONTENT
A) TOPICS
1. Credit Risk analysis. Ethical issues in Risk Management
2. Reliable Market Risk Analysis
3. Operational Risk
B) CASE STUDIES
1. Var Risk Model failure during financial crisis: what went wrong?
2. Responsible Lending
C) READINGS
1. The ethics of Risk Management: a post-crisis perspective, 2011, John R. Boatright.
Adapting to new Banking Regulatory Framework and complying with Responsible Principles are the main objectives of this Course. It provides a full understanding of the ethics and corporate governance practices in banking institutions and also it reviews the main regulation, from a responsible approach.
OBJECTIVES:
• Understanding corporate governance and the meaning of ethics in banking
• Discussing the main aspects of new regulation: from Volcker & Vickers to MIFID and too big to fail
• Learning new trends in soft regulation, transparency and sustainability management
CONTENT:
A) TOPICS
1. Introduction to ethics in financial institutions and understanding value creation and examining sources of risks in fast growing financial institutions
2. New Regulations and Banking Reforms: Crisis Management, Volcker’s and Vickers, MIFID
3. Soft Regulation (UNEFP FI…) Internal control, compliance and audit
B) CASE STUDIES
1. New requirements and changes of Basel III: Towards a new business model for financial institutions
2. Whistle Blowing and Corporate Governance
3. Different experiences with Bad Banks
C) READINGS
1. Breaking up the banks from Glass and Steagall act to Volcker rule and Vickers report. Restructuring the banking system to improve safety and soundness”, 2011, Thomas M. Hoening and Charles S. Morris
2. “Did good cajas extend bad loans?” 2010, Luis Garicano and Vicente Cuñat, London School of Economics.
Reading financial institutions responsibly and creating sustainable competitive advantages by managing people and talent. This course aims to provide with a deep understanding of CSR in banking as an integrated part of banks´ mission, value system and strategy. Professionalism is also studied in the course to help to understand the ethical role of individuals within financial organizations.
OBJECTIVES:
• Learning the new trends and change of business models in commercial banking
• Examining the Corporate Social Responsibly strategy in banking
• Discussing the professionalism in banking
• Analyzing the responsible compensation and employees policies
• Clarifying the retail and corporate banking organizational models
CONTENT:
A) TOPICS
1. Strategic Management, leadership and future trends in sustainable Banking Management
2. Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy
3. Professionalism in Banking: competence and integrity. Standards of professional conduct
B) CASE STUDIES
1. Responses to the Financial Crisis: responsible answers of different Business Banking Models PART II
2. Good practices in banking. Current examples of social banking: the case of retail and savings Banks
C) READINGS
1. “Banking in 2050”, 2011, PWC
2. “Corporate Governance and access to finance: Kenya post office savings bank (Kposb)”, perspectives 62, March 2011,WSBI
It provides depth knowledge of the retail banking management from a responsible perspective. This course is designed to learn the good practices in selling of financial products and services, marketing, pricing, communication and other activities aimed at gaining a competitive advantage.
OBJECTIVES:
• Learning the best practices in retail banking
• Clarifying innovation and client centricity
• Analyzing corporate communication and branding positioning
CONTENT:
A) TOPICS
1. Responsible Retail Banking Institutions
2. Impact of Corporate Communication on banks´ reputation TCR Communication
3. Key issues in the financing and service of Small and Medium Sized companies. Financial literacy
B) CASE STUDIES
1. Preferred Shares: The misleading product distribution of Spanish Banks
2. Microfinance’s experiences
C) READINGS:
1. Ethics in microfinance, 2011, Reinhard H. Schmidt.
2. “Mass Retail Banking: how saving banks in Africa,Asia, and Latin America can provide usable services for the poor”, working paper,WSBI, 2012
3. Microfinance: FMBBVA
The course is focused on developing good understanding of Responsible Corporate Banking. Best practices, professional techniques, products and services in Corporate Banking are fully explained from an ethical perspective to enable bankers to serve well their clients instead of just selling well.
OBJECTIVES
• Understand the foundations of Responsible Corporate Banking
• Analyze professionalism in Corporate Banking
• Discuss conflicts of interest in Corporate Banking
CONTENT
A) TOPICS
1. Foundations in Corporate Finance and best practices
2. Professionalism in Corporate Banking
3. Project Finance and Equator Principles
B) CASE STUDIES
1. Conflicts of interest in Mergers and Acquisitions: the disastrous merger of Sprint and Nextel
2. Dot.com and Facebook recent public offerings. Did the underwriters act properly and transparently?
C) READINGS
1. Private Equity and Venture Capital. The Responsible Approach: what´s behind private equity transactions?
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