Banking Supervision and Corporate Governance

Financial services professionals, consultants, and sales professionals interested in providing or selling products and services to fund managers, insurance companies, and banks, and everyone interested in knowing about banking supervision and anti-money laundering regulations

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Expected Duration
60 minutes

With the rapid growth of the banking industry in the early 21st century, it became clear that increased banking supervision was required. This increased supervision was also necessary to ensure that the global financial framework would remain intact even at times of great market turmoil and bank failures. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, which is considered to be the global banking industry standard setter, has created a number of core principles which it believes will lead to good corporate governance and best practices in the banking sector.
This course examines the core principles and the self-assessment methodologies set forth by the Basel Committee. This course also describes key core principles in depth including corporate governance, disclosure and transparency, and the supervisory approach.


Banking Supervision

  • select principles of banking supervision
  • describe characteristics of assessment methodology
  • identify the self-assessment stages
  • recognize self-assessment report categories
  • recognize principles of banking supervision
  • Effective Banking Supervision

  • select criteria for corporate governance
  • identify assessment criteria for a supervisory approach
  • identify characteristics of effective banking supervision




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