This Online Academy by the Florence School of Banking and Finance has the objective to provide participants with a comprehensive knowledge of securitisation, looking at both the regulatory and practical aspects.
Why an Online Academy?In the Online Academy format, you will be guided in the topics from a group of leading academic and policy experts, who will convey their expertise in a series of audio-visual material in multiple formats.
You will approach the academy content through a series of self-paced video lectures and live online classes, which will offer multiple occasions for ‘hands-on’ activities, including quizzes, exercises in breakout rooms, forum interactions with the other participants, as well as a simulation exercise on NPL securitisation.
The Academy will require 22 hours to be completed.
After having completed this online course, participants will be able to:
Identify the structures, types and main actors of securitisation
Analyse the potential risks that could arise in securitisation
Review the international regulatory framework on securitisation by defining the main actors, practices and challenges
Illustrate the main components of the European Union regulatory framework of securitisation
Compare the role and functions of supervisors in the EU and in the US
Address the rules on capital relief for originator banks and insurance companies and address the upcoming regulatory evolutions
Discuss the capital requirements for banks and insurers investing in securitisation positions
Review the practical experiences of SMEs with securitisation
Analyse the current trends with securitisation in NPLs and apply the theory on a practical scenario
Theorise the role of securitisation in fostering green finance