The financial crisis and subsequent meltdown of the banks of 2008 and 2011 has fundamentally altered corporate banking business models. Regulations including the Basel III have forced change, and bankers themselves are learning important lessons from the crisis.
To adapt to the resulting challenges, banks are required to build flexible structures that are able to adapt and respond to client requirements and regulatory constraints.
This training will review the recent changes and challenges as well as their their strategic impacts, discussing good management principles that allow bankers not only to implement the new business models, but also to thrive in the new banking environment.
By attending this comprehensive and interactive five day course you will learn the best practice techniques to:
- Develop a sound corporate banking strategy in the post crisis environment
- Create an efficient corporate banking organisation
- Produce a competitive corporate banking product range
- Build effective relationship management skills
- Implement a risk-focused banking organisation
This course has been specifically designed for the benefit of:
- Corporate banking managers
- Business managers
- Risk managers
- Financial and management accounting managers
- Strategy managers
|Johannesburg Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa
||Sep 08 - 12 Sep, 2014
The course director is a banking expert with over three decades experience working with the world's largest banks. He is the founder of management consultancy firms, PI Consulting and BC&T Ltd. He has worked in over 50 countries around the world, with banks and other financial institutions, either as project manager in management consulting assignments or as training course director.