Course overview:

The Recovery Planning and Resolution Plan production processes are time-consuming and resource-intensive, and ones that is important to take the time to undertake efficiently and effectively. This workshop delves deep into best-practice principles and draws out the main processes necessary to ensure efficient RP/RP results and assist with delivering an optimised balance sheet management and capital planning strategy.

It is appropriate to every banking institution, irrespective of size or business model.

By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: 

  • Operate an efficient and optimised LCP/RP/RP process that benefits the entire bank 
  • Obtain presentable results sooner and with greater effectiveness 
  • Transfer knowledge bank-wide on “What makes a good RP?” 
  • Understand the cross-over and interaction process from ICAAP, ILAAP to LCP, RP and RP 
  • Effectively integrate the RP and RP into the bank’s Board Risk Appetite Framework Risk Indicator triggering and escalation processes 

Interested in taking any of our workshops in-house?

Whether you are seeking to upskill your team, enhance productivity or foster a culture of continuous learning, we can deliver customised training programmes designed to meet your specific needs. If you have an enquiry, you can complete the in-house form and our training team will be in touch with next steps.

In-house training

See related workshops in our Prudential Risk series below.

Over the last two years we have trained over 300 delegates, including Prudential Risk Managers, Compliance Managers, Chief Financial Officers, Prudential Risk Analysts, Finance Directors and Heads of Treasury.

Chris Westcott

Chris Westcott

Head of Faculty, BTRM

Chris Westcott has over 30 years of experience in the banking industry, with the majority of time spent in the field of Treasury management. He has h...

Chris Westcott has over 30 years of experience in the banking industry, with the majority of time spent in the field of Treasury management.

He has held a range of senior positions in the Treasury functions of both Nat West and Royal Bank of Scotland in the UK. These have included divisional Treasurer roles and various project assignments, such as leading the development of an in-house securitisation capability and the integration of the ABN AMRO Treasury function post-acquisition.

In the lead-up to the implementation of CRD IV, Chris was the Basel III Programme Director for RBS, accountable for over-seeing the group-wide set of projects to achieve compliance with the new regulations. Chris joined the BTRM Faculty in 2014.

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  • Recovery Planning team
  • Resolution Planning department
  • ALCO members
  • Head of Treasury
  • Head of Balance Sheet Management
  • Head of Money Markets
  • Head of ALM
  • Head of Liquidity Risk
  • CRO and staff
  • CFO and staff
  • Head of Regulatory Reporting
  • Head of Internal Audit
  • Management consultants in Basel III space