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  • Training Programme
    Sitting on Boards: Better Check and Control of Risks
    4 June – 2 July 2021 | Online

    This training features an international faculty of regulators, supervisors, and academics together with bank and finance professionals.

    These sessions will consist of 4 online modules of 3 hours each over the course of 5 weeks, with one module held per week and a break mid-way through the module.

    The level of engagement in discussions and group exercises will provide participants with a valuable learning and networking opportunity.

    WEEK 1 – 4 June

    Deciding under Deadline: Deal or No Deal?
    Coordinator: Thomas Huertas (Professor, Institute for Law and Finance, Goethe University)


    WEEK 2 – 11 June

    Handling Cyber-Risks in Banks
    Coordinator: Andrea Federico (Partner, Oliver Wyman)

    Understanding Money Laundering Risks to Banks, and Oversight of AML Risk Mitigation – 2h’
    Coordinator: James H. Freis, Jr., Founder, Market Integrity Solutions LLC


    WEEK 3 Break


    WEEK 4 – 25 June

    Handling Climate Risks in Banks
    Coordinator: Patrick Kenadjian (Professor, Institute for Law and Finance, Goethe University)


    WEEK 5 – 2 July

    Risk Appetite Framework: Capturing Financial and Non-Financial Risks

    Coordinator:Jean-Jacques van Helten (Visiting Fellow, European University Institute, Florence School of Banking and Finance)


  • WEEK 1 – 4 June

    Deciding under Deadline: Deal or No Deal?
    Coordinator: Thomas Huertas (Professor, Institute for Law and Finance, Goethe University)

    More details tba


    WEEK 2 – 11 June

    Handling Cyber-Risks in Banks
    Coordinator: Andrea Federico (Partner, Oliver Wyman)

    More details tba

    Understanding Money Laundering Risks to Banks, and Oversight of AML Risk Mitigation – 2h’
    Coordinator: James H. Freis, Jr., Founder, Market Integrity Solutions LLC

    Banks are at risk of their services being abused to facilitate money laundering and related financial crime. Therefore, a critical regulatory obligation expected of banks is to adopt anti-money laundering (AML) measures, which should be tailored to the specific risks of each bank’s products, services, and customer base. Yet many banks remain challenged by these requirements, as evidenced by audit findings and numerous public examples of penalties assessed by regulators. This session will focus on helping board members develop an understanding of:

    • The principles underlying the AML requirements and WHY banks have responsibilities
    • The parties involved in terms of WHO are the respective competent authorities, and responsibilities inside and outside banks
    • The basic regulatory requirements in terms of WHAT is expected of banks
    • For Board members, HOW to consider whether a bank’s AML risk management appears reasonably designed and implemented
    The desired outcome is that the board member will feel more comfortable in asking the right questions and considering the AML risks and mitigation program in the unique context of his or her bank.


    WEEK 3 Break


    WEEK 4 – 25 June

    Handling Climate Risks in Banks
    Coordinator: Patrick Kenadjian (Professor, Institute for Law and Finance, Goethe University)
    Speakers: Amra Balic (Managing Director, Blackrock) and Sabine Mauderer (Executive Board Member, Bundesbank)

    More details tba


    WEEK 5 – 2 July

    Risk Appetite Framework: Capturing Financial and Non-Financial Risks

    Coordinator:Jean-Jacques van Helten (Visiting Fellow, European University Institute, Florence School of Banking and Finance)
    Speaker: Wilhelm Koch (Director, Deloitte)

    More details tba


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