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What is an Operational Risk Management (ORM) in Financial Institutions Certification?
An ORM in Financial Institutions certification demonstrates that operational risk managers have acquired the necessary competencies to exercise their function effectively. The content of this training course is based on published sources, field standards, general market practices, as well as findings from recent research to provide you with the best-in-class standard and content for your certification.
The content of the PECB Certified Operational Risk Management course delivered over three full days includes ORM framework, regulatory context, risk appetite, risk assessment and RCSA, incident data collection, key risk indicators and risk culture.
Information webinar and details:
If you would like to know more about this PECB Certified ORM Manager course, you can watch the information session via this link and you can visit our website.
For further information on the course and on how to register, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the website contact page: https://www.chapelleconsulting.com/contact.
Please use the code UKFPECB at registration to get a 10 per cent discount as a UK Finance member.
Why is an ORM in Financial Institutions training course essential for you?
The ORM in Financial Institutions training courses provide the knowledge and skills that professionals need to enter, manage and lead the operational risk discipline in financial services. These include learning how to establish an operational risk management framework and how to utilize the methods and tools to identify, assess, mitigate and monitor operational risk.
The qualified trainers, content of the training courses and the respective exams will help you acquire and demonstrate the knowledge and skills to exercise your role and function effectively and gain professional recognition in the market. By obtaining a PECB Certified ORM in Financial Institutions credential, you will be able to improve the reliability of business operations and avoid losses that may come from poor risk management.
Benefits of ORM in Financial Institutions Certification
An ORM in Financial Institutions certification will demonstrate that you:
Moreover, since this is a 'certification', you will enjoy some benefits that a 'certificate' does not provide. Such benefits include:
By attending the PECB Certified ORM Manager course, you will:
Director of Risk Training and Practices, Chapelle Consulting
David Lannoy is director of risk training and practices at Chapelle Consulting. David has gained a vast experience in risk management over more than 2...
David Lannoy is director of risk training and practices at Chapelle Consulting. David has gained a vast experience in risk management over more than 20 years. David used to be deputy-CRO at SWIFT in Belgium for which he performed and coordinates all operational management activities of risk identification, assessment, governance, and action plans. David has managed and advised on operational risk in complex environments like Private Banking, Asset Management and Technology for which he co-designed tailored approaches with the companies? risk teams. His creativity and ability to communicate complex matters makes him very much appreciated trainer facilitator for any level of audience.
Trainer and Consultant in Operational Risk and Resilience
Andrew Sheen is best known for the years he spent at the UK regulator, firstly in the FSA and subsequently at the PRA. In his time with these authorit...
Andrew Sheen is best known for the years he spent at the UK regulator, firstly in the FSA and subsequently at the PRA. In his time with these authorities Andrew was manager of the Operational Risk Policy Team before moving to head the team responsible for providing Operational Risk subject matter expertise to supervisors. Andrew also represented the UK on the Basel Committee for Banking Supervisors Operational Risk Working Group and the European Banking Authority's Operational Risk Working Group.
After leaving the PRA Andrew became Head of Operational Risk Use and Embedding at HSBC, where he developed an approach for measuring and improving the use and embedding of Operational Risk frameworks. He subsequently joined Credit Suisse as the Head of their Operational Risk Regulatory Risk Management capability. He is now trainer and consultant in Operational Risk and Resilience.
This certification course is intended for stakeholders from a variety of audiences, including:
All professionals interested in advancing their careers in operational risk management
Participants should have at least two years of experience, including a minimum one year in operational risk management.