Sitting on Boards: Better Check and Control of Risks represents the first edition course of the Bank Board Academy for Non-Executive Directors, a new initiative from the Florence School of Banking and Finance at the European University Institute.
The Bank Board Academy for Non-Executive Directors aims at stimulating and enhancing independent board members’ interactions with supervisors and regulators and among themselves:
to ensure consistency and homogeneity of banks’ governance across Europe;
to be best equipped by:
Keeping up to date and sharing key experiences,
Giving tools and instruments for board members to play their role in the design and execution of the overall strategy.
This training features an international faculty of regulators, supervisors, and academics together with bank and finance professionals.
The level of engagement in discussions and group exercises will provide participants with a valuable learning and networking opportunity.
Banks in a challenging environment: What is the best way out?
Coordinator: Thomas Huertas (Professor, Institute for Law and Finance, Goethe University)
Staying abreast of the cyber challenge
Coordinator: Andrea Federico (Partner, Oliver Wyman)
Understanding Money Laundering Risks to Banks, and Oversight of AML Risk Mitigation
Coordinator: James H. Freis, Jr., Founder, Market Integrity Solutions LLC
Sustainability and Climate Change: Role for the Board
Coordinator: Patrick Kenadjian (Professor, Institute for Law and Finance, Goethe University)
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)