Non-Financial Risks of Banks

Non-Financial Risks of Banks

This video will set out the main financial risks that banks create, as well as the non-financial risks that they incur in the course of doing their business. It will explain the importance of governance and having a good framework to balance risk and return and ensure risks are managed within acceptable limits.
Overview

This video continues the themes from the previous one around the financial risks that banks run but, in addition, outlines the impact of Governance and Risk Management alongside culture and finally identifying that things can go wrong and recovery and resolution techniques may be needed.

Key learning objectives:

  • Discuss the importance and characteristics of good internal governance

  • Analyse the concept of risk culture and its impact on risk management

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Expert
Chris Blake

Chris Blake

Chris Blake holds a degree in Economics and Government from the London School of Economics. He is responsible for helping HSBC professionals understand balance sheet risk and return. He has previously worked as a risk specialist in ALM for the FSA. Prior to that, he worked as a money market and interest rate derivatives trader for Investec. Chris is also the Co-chair and Education Director of the UK Asset and Liability Management Association.

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