Regulations and Compliance
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Financial institutions are required to comply with various regulations and standards for their daily operations. To safeguard their interests, it is important for them to have a thorough understanding of the regulations affecting them.

These e-learning courses provide a detailed understanding of various regulations and standards related to banking, capital requirements, money laundering, financial privacy, and corporate governance.

Banking Regulations, Basel I, II & III

Basel II - University (Library of 39 courses)

This is a comprehensive course that covers the requirements for Basel II as per the revised framework "International Convergence of Capital Measurement and Capital Standards". It covers in detail the primary components, or pillars, i.e., minimum capital requirements, supervisory review ...

Basel III - Liquidity Risk Management (Library of 6 courses)

The library is designed to impart basic knowledge about the reforms proposed through Basel III arrangement for liquidity risk management and supervision by the banks and supervisors. The library provides an awareness of the importance of managing liquidity risk in banks. It gives a brief ...

Capital Adequacy Planning - Basel I (Library of 7 courses)

Covers regulatory capital requirements for credit risk and market risk based on 1988 capital accord, RAROC techniques and capital allocation within the goals of profit maximization and regulatory compliance.

Global Banking Supervision (Library of 15 courses)

Focuses on the measurement, monitoring and formulation of prudential regulations. Describes requirements to control inherent risks in banking as per the guidelines issued by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

Operational Risk Management - Basel II (Library of 9 courses)

This eLearning module comprises of a series of units or "core themes" to collectively cover the complete scope of norms and requirements as prescribed by the Basel II mandate. Beginning with an explanation of the components that form the ORM framework, describing then the risk assessment process, ...


Operations and Compliance

Dodd-Frank Act (Library of 1 course)

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reforms and Consumer Protection Act, commonly known as the Dodd-Frank Act, is as outcome of the recent financial crises in the United States. This course provides the key information about the financial reforms that are covered under this Act. In the ...

Anti Money Laundering (Library of 8 courses)

The 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States have led the international community to formulate new legislations and guidelines to counter the escalating risks of Money Laundering. Across nations, Anti-Money Laundering training and compliance requirements have therefore gained ...

Corporate Governance (Library of 9 courses)

This product helps the user understand how Corporations are best managed and governed. Cites principles published about the same by various committees. It also highlights recent corporate scandals and summarizes the latest Corporate Responsibility Bills of the US and the UK.

Financial Privacy (Library of 6 courses)

The product presents the financial privacy regulation promulgated under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.

Governance, Risk and Compliance (Library of 7 courses)

In recent times there has been a significant shift in financial institutions worldwide in terms of how they approach corporate governance, risk management and regulatory compliance. There continues to be increasing stakeholder demands and growing public scrutiny resulting from spectacular failures ...

Sarbanes Oxley Act (Library of 12 courses)

The series of corporate financial scandals that took place in the United States has led to the framing of new legislation called Sarbanes-Oxley Act that strengthens corporate governance and restores investor confidence and eliminates corporate corruption and fraud. The law was intended to bolster ...