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Consolidated Supervision and Risk Integration SeminarFederal Reserve System Courses
Type of Participant Targeted
The Consolidated Supervision and Risk Integration Seminar is designed for participants who are familiar with risk-focused supervision and have five or more years of supervision and regulation experience. The curriculum provides a conceptual framework and practical examples of supervisory tools and techniques that help a supervisory team "roll-up" various risk exposures and evaluate a banking organization on a consolidated basis. The seminar provides supervisors with (1) practical bank examination techniques to evaluate enterprise-risk management and (2) exposure to analyzing the financial strength of a consolidated organization.
This seminar does not have a pre-course assignment. However, participants are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the case study materials prior to the seminar.
This 4-1/2-day seminar is an interactive workshop that includes lectures, discussion sessions, and small group case study work to provide participants with an overview of consolidated supervision analysis. Lectures will address the accounting concepts associated with business consolidation and the review of enterprise-risk management of important risk categories. Group work will take the form of a case study and give participants an opportunity to practice and reinforce the techniques discussed during the lectures. The curriculum recognizes that each participant arrives with unique risk-focused supervision experiences and examination skills. The seminar is intended to build on these experiences and skills to integrate various risk exposures into a consolidated assessment of a large banking organization. Participants will benefit by learning from the application of "real world" experience to a stylized case study.
Upon completion of this 4-1/2-day seminar, the participant will, at a minimum, be able to
- Recognize and analyze desirable corporate governance and risk control functions
- Recognize risk identification and reporting mechanisms, and build an organization-wide risk assessment
- Incorporate stress testing results plus capital and liquidity adequacy and planning procedures into an organization-wide risk assessment
- Integrate risk assessments of individual risk disciplines into a consolidated risk assessment of a large banking organization