Finance & Accounts

FA 14 Corporate Governance for Financial Institutions

Corporate Governance for Financial Institutions

Fully understand, and be able to apply, international standards of governance and compliance

Accredited by: LONDON INSTITUTE OF SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SIGNATURE PROGRAMME

Who should attend?

  • Regulatory authorities in Banking, Insurance, Pensions and Capital Markets
  • Executive and non-executive Board and committee members
  • Company secretaries
  • Shareholder representatives
  • Senior managers and executives
  • Corporate lawyers
  • Marketing specialists
  • Institutional investors
  • Junior Managers, Fresh Graduates & Final Semester Students to acquire a promising career in a reputable organization.
Course Code:F/A.14
Subject:Finance
Course Fee:£595
Duration3 Days
Venue:London School of Economics, U.K

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • Describe key risk management and internal control concepts
  • Apply  the main industry frameworks and standards which influence internal controls
  • Assess the effectiveness of their organisations internal controls
  • Demonstrate to and guide executives and management in the establishment of an appropriate control environment
  • Understand the effective usage of internal controls

Course Content

The World of Corporate Governance Today

  • International events leading to governance reform
  • Purpose and objectives of governance including agency risk and moral hazard
  • US Sarbanes Oxley – act style legislation vs. UK-style voluntary code: focusing where possible on participant’s countries
  • Standards-driving bodies and evolving principles
  • Formative regulatory bodies including OECD, Basel Committee, SECs and CMAs, Central Banks

Main Components and Principles

  • Eight principles which underpin every system of governance
  • OECD Code core concepts and guidance
  • Listing requirements and continuous obligations
  • Corporate Governance in the financial sector – raising the bar – what is special about banks and bank governance?
  • Basel Committee’s guidance on enhancing corporate governance for the banking sector
  • Review of European Union’s approach to Corporate Governance in Financial Institutions

The Governing Body

  • What does a “Good” financial institution look like
  • Alternative board structures – dual and unitary boards
  • Different types of board members: their roles and responsibilities, including the Secretary to the Board
  • The growing importance of the INED
  • The vital role of Board Committees in the new era of governance, including the audit committee, nominations & remuneration committee and the risk committee

Corporate Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) in Financial Institutions

  • The growth and linkage of these three topics in finance
  • The main components of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
  • The central role of internal controls and linkage to ERM
  • Best practice compensation principles and standards
  • Shareholders, depositors and other stakeholders need for disclosure and transparency

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

  • Defining CSR
  • The link between CSR and Corporate Governance
  • CSR – economic, legal, ethical and discretionary aspects
  • CSR and financial institutions – is it just a public relations exercise?
  • Where does the regulator fit in?
  • The course will end with a multi-choice questionnaire to assess the level of knowledge gained and to fresh and assist the retention of new information

LISD Workshop Special GROUP Package Highlights:

(prices applicable to a group of minimum 8 persons)
*Maximum 15 persons will be enrolled in each workshop

  • 4 Days + 3 Nights Programme
  • Programme Registration with the invoice
  • 2 Scientific Knowledge-sharing sessions
  • Certificate of Participation signed by the authorities
  • 3 Night-accommodation in B&B (Double accommodation)
  • 2 Networking Dinners
  • 3 Lunches
  • 3 Networking Tea/Coffee
  • Airport Group-Pick & Drop Service
  • City Crawl
  • Group Excursion- Famous Tourist Attractions

Generic Schedule:

4 Days/ 3 Nights Programme

Day 1:
Hotel Group Pick-up Service from the nearest Airport to the Bed & Breakfast (Hotel)
Check-in: (between 2:00-4:00 pm)
City Crawl includes Takeaway Lunch and Coffee
(1st Night)

Day 2:
Interactive Learning Sessions: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Includes 2 Tea Breaks + Lunch
7:30 pm Networking Dinner
(2nd Night)

Day 3:
Interactive Learning Session/ Award Ceremony: 9:00 am- 1:00pm
Includes 1 Tea + Lunch
Excursion: 2:00-7:00 pm
Networking Dinner: 7:30 pm
(3rd Night)

Day 4:
Hotel Check-out at 10:00 a.m
Luggage can be Deposited in the Hotel
Free to Shop and Roam (independently)
Back to the Hotel at least 3.5 hours before the flight
Group Drop-off to the Airport

Register Per Person

Workshop VenueFull 4 Days + 3 Nights Workshop Package PER PERSON IN GROUP inclusive all taxesCredit/Debit Card
University of Oxford, U.KGBP 1350Register NowRegister Now
University of Cambridge, U.KGBP 1350Register NowRegister Now
King’s College London, U.K (University of London)GBP 1350Register NowRegister Now
University of Edinburgh, U.KGBP 1350Register NowRegister Now
London Institute of SD – Learning CenterGBP 1145Register NowRegister Now
Baku, AzerbaijanGBP
Istanbul, TurkeyGBP