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- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
To develop and expand skills in all aspects of English relating to banking, business and finance. Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an advanced level. Planning and writing business emails. Components of Business Meetings. Social and business expressions.1302 - English for Bankers I
To plan and accurately compose business emails, letters, memos and reports Grammar and language of business reports. Type and structure of reports. Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts.. etc.) within a report. Writing and editing a report.
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
To plan and accurately compose business emails, letters, memos and reports Grammar and language of business reports. Type and structure of reports. Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts.. etc.) within a report. Writing and editing a report.
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
This course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking language and confidence in using English in every day, and specific situations.-Compose and format written reports. -Deal with conflict using diplomatic language. -Key vocabulary of banking, finance, and investments -Identify and comprehend main ideas in higher-level finance reading materials. -Negotiate and understand other parties needs.
This course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking language and confidence in using English in every day, and specific situations.-Compose and format written reports. -Deal with conflict using diplomatic language. -Key vocabulary of banking, finance, and investments -Identify and comprehend main ideas in higher-level finance reading materials. -Negotiate and understand other parties needs.
This course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking language and confidence in using English in every day, and specific situations.-Compose and format written reports. -Deal with conflict using diplomatic language. -Key vocabulary of banking, finance, and investments -Identify and comprehend main ideas in higher-level finance reading materials. -Negotiate and understand other parties needs.
To develop and expand skills in all aspects of English relating to banking, business and finance. Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an advanced level. Planning and writing business emails. Components of Business Meetings. Social and business expressions.1302 - English for Bankers I
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
- To introduce the fundamentals of good business communication. - Communication theory Types of communication Clear and Concise communication Verbal communication skills
To develop and expand skills in all aspects of English relating to banking, business and finance. Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an advanced level. Planning and writing business emails. Components of Business Meetings. Social and business expressions.1302 - English for Bankers I
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking vocabulary and confidence in using English in everyday situations.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an intermediate to advanced level - Understanding and writing business reports - Preparing and delivering effective presentations
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking vocabulary and confidence in using English in everyday situations.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an intermediate to advanced level - Understanding and writing business reports - Preparing and delivering effective presentations
To develop and expand skills in all aspects of English relating to banking, business and finance. Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an advanced level. Planning and writing business emails. Components of Business Meetings. Social and business expressions.1302 - English for Bankers I
- To introduce the fundamentals of good business communication. - Communication theory Types of communication Clear and Concise communication Verbal communication skills
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking vocabulary and confidence in using English in everyday situations.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an intermediate to advanced level - Understanding and writing business reports - Preparing and delivering effective presentations
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
To plan and accurately compose business emails, letters, memos and reports Grammar and language of business reports. Type and structure of reports. Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts.. etc.) within a report. Writing and editing a report.
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
To develop and expand skills in all aspects of English relating to banking, business and finance. Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an advanced level. Planning and writing business emails. Components of Business Meetings. Social and business expressions.1302 - English for Bankers I
To learn and understand the vocabulary and phrases of financial statements, and how to structure reports Types and structure of reports Introduction to the vocabulary of key financial statements Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts etc) within a report Language of trends and changes
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop key language functions.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an elementary to intermediate level Business Communication Techniques Writing clearly and concisely
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop key language functions.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an elementary to intermediate level Business Communication Techniques Writing clearly and concisely
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop key language functions.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an elementary to intermediate level Business Communication Techniques Writing clearly and concisely
- To introduce the fundamentals of good business communication. - Communication theory Types of communication Clear and Concise communication Verbal communication skills
- To introduce the fundamentals of good business communication. - Communication theory Types of communication Clear and Concise communication Verbal communication skills
To plan and accurately compose business emails, letters, memos and reports Grammar and language of business reports. Type and structure of reports. Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts.. etc.) within a report. Writing and editing a report.
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
- To introduce the fundamentals of good business communication. - Communication theory Types of communication Clear and Concise communication Verbal communication skills
To plan and accurately compose business emails, letters, memos and reports Grammar and language of business reports. Type and structure of reports. Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts.. etc.) within a report. Writing and editing a report.
To learn and understand the vocabulary and phrases of financial statements, and how to structure reports Types and structure of reports Introduction to the vocabulary of key financial statements Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts etc) within a report Language of trends and changes
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
- To introduce the fundamentals of good business communication. - Communication theory Types of communication Clear and Concise communication Verbal communication skills
To plan and accurately compose business emails, letters, memos and reports Grammar and language of business reports. Type and structure of reports. Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts.. etc.) within a report. Writing and editing a report.
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
To develop and expand skills in all aspects of English relating to banking, business and finance. Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an advanced level. Planning and writing business emails. Components of Business Meetings. Social and business expressions.1302 - English for Bankers I
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking vocabulary and confidence in using English in everyday situations.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an intermediate to advanced level - Understanding and writing business reports - Preparing and delivering effective presentations
- To introduce the fundamentals of good business communication. - Communication theory Types of communication Clear and Concise communication Verbal communication skills
To develop and expand skills in all aspects of English relating to banking, business and finance. Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an advanced level. Planning and writing business emails. Components of Business Meetings. Social and business expressions.1302 - English for Bankers I
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
To develop and expand skills in all aspects of English relating to banking, business and finance. Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an advanced level. Planning and writing business emails. Components of Business Meetings. Social and business expressions.1302 - English for Bankers I
To plan and accurately compose business emails, letters, memos and reports Grammar and language of business reports. Type and structure of reports. Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts.. etc.) within a report. Writing and editing a report.
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking vocabulary and confidence in using English in everyday situations.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an intermediate to advanced level - Understanding and writing business reports - Preparing and delivering effective presentations
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop their banking vocabulary and confidence in using English in everyday situations.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an intermediate to advanced level - Understanding and writing business reports - Preparing and delivering effective presentations
To plan and accurately compose business emails, letters, memos and reports Grammar and language of business reports. Type and structure of reports. Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts.. etc.) within a report. Writing and editing a report.
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop key language functions.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an elementary to intermediate level Business Communication Techniques Writing clearly and concisely
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
To learn and understand the vocabulary and phrases of financial statements, and how to structure reports Types and structure of reports Introduction to the vocabulary of key financial statements Presentation of data in various formats (graphs, figures, charts etc) within a report Language of trends and changes
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop key language functions.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an elementary to intermediate level Business Communication Techniques Writing clearly and concisely
The course helps those already working in the fields of banking and finance to develop key language functions.- Reading and comprehension of banking vocabulary at an elementary to intermediate level Business Communication Techniques Writing clearly and concisely
- To enable trainees to use English more effectively in a banking context- Banking and finance vocabulary Revision of grammar structures Information Management Making arrangements, offers and requests
- To introduce the fundamentals of good business communication. - Communication theory Types of communication Clear and Concise communication Verbal communication skills
- Improve trainees ability to participate in conversations in English- Practicing general conversation tactics Asking questions and making enquiries Expressing opinions, likes and dislikes Using language to discuss current affairs
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
Understand various products and services under the segment - Apply various rules and procedures governing the business - Improve the operational efficiency in handling the product and services - Enhance the marketing efforts and read the trends in competitive marketing- Fundamentals of personal and retail banking segments - KYC and account opening procedures - Operational and management aspects of the segments. - Consumer lending and small business banking - Mortgage lending - Channel marketing - Market practices and best practices and customer focus
This course will train participants on all aspects banking operations including Treasury, Lending and Trade Finance Operations. They will also be able to necessitate the need for internal controlsBanking Regulations-Basel Accord General Banking Operations-A brief Introduction Account Opening, Account Operations, Clearing Collection Remittances Anti-Money laundering Channels and Products Cash operations Lending Operations Trade Finance Operations Capital Market & Treasury Operations E-Banking including ATMs Internal Controls over Operations/Control of frauds Ethics and Best Practices
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of economics. Special emphasis is placed on macroeconomics and topics of importance to you as a banker. The course covers the basics of economic theory and includes examples of the application of economics to banking.- The Economic Problem: Scarce Resources, Unlimited Wants, and Opportunity Costs -The Concepts of Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium -Business Organization -Unemployment and Inflation -The Business Cycle -Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply -Expenditures Analysis -Fiscal Policy -Money and Financial Markets -The UAE Central Bank Structure and Policy -Current Economic Environment
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
Understand how the practices articulated in UCP 600 are applied by documentary practitioners Determine compliance of documents with the terms of letters of credit Understand the impact of modifications or exclusions of provisions of UCP 600 on international standard banking practice.Preliminary Considerations General Principles Drafts and Calculation of Maturity Date. Documents ( Invoice, Shipping, Insurance, Certificate of Origin)
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
This course covers all operational areas of Card Operations. The Course examines the critical success factors including security aspects of the card payment industry.1. Card Issuer Operations-Third party Providers 2. Acquirer Operations 3. Card Schemes 4. Scheme Interfaces 5. Acceptance, Chargebacks and Disputes 6. Frauds and Risk Management 7. Certifications-EMV & PCI-DSS 8. Product Enhancements 1104 - Introduction to Banking Products and Operations
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
The course aims to assist participants to design a successful private banking strategy to maximize profitability, implement innovative marketing techniques to win new business and defend an existing client base, use creative asset management products and services to meet specific client demands and formulate innovative asset planning services to benefit both the client and the bank.Design a successful private banking strategy to maximize profitability ? Implement innovative marketing techniques to win new business and defend an existing client base. ? Various types of asset management products including Sharia compliant products ? Use creative asset management products and services to meet specific client demands ? Trust and Waqf creation, off-Shore accounts and tax implications None
The course aims to assist participants to design a successful private banking strategy to maximize profitability, implement innovative marketing techniques to win new business and defend an existing client base, use creative asset management products and services to meet specific client demands and formulate innovative asset planning services to benefit both the client and the bank.Design a successful private banking strategy to maximize profitability ? Implement innovative marketing techniques to win new business and defend an existing client base. ? Various types of asset management products including Sharia compliant products ? Use creative asset management products and services to meet specific client demands ? Trust and Waqf creation, off-Shore accounts and tax implications None
This course will train participants on all aspects banking operations including Treasury, Lending and Trade Finance Operations. They will also be able to necessitate the need for internal controlsBanking Regulations-Basel Accord General Banking Operations-A brief Introduction Account Opening, Account Operations, Clearing Collection Remittances Anti-Money laundering Channels and Products Cash operations Lending Operations Trade Finance Operations Capital Market & Treasury Operations E-Banking including ATMs Internal Controls over Operations/Control of frauds Ethics and Best Practices
This Course has been designed to update participants about the latest developments in the sphere of Internal Controls, which are rapidly evolving in response to changing risks and regulations. A system of effective internal controls is a critical component of bank management and a foundation for the safe and sound operation of banking organizations. Participants will learn about the essential elements of a sound internal control system.1. What are Internal Controls 2. Objectives of Internal Controls & Nature of Controls 3. Principles of Internal Control 4. COSO Framework of Internal Controls 5. Control Activities & Segregation od Duties 6. Basel Rules for Internal Control System 7. Evaluation of Internal Controls 8. Role of External Auditors
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
Accounting is the language of business. A basic understanding of accounting is a must for all aspiring managers. This course introduces participants to accounting principles, double entry book-keeping and the construction of financial entries from accounting transactions. Introduction to accounting and financial statements Double entry accounting Accounting Assumptions and Principles Introduction to IFRS Balance Sheet Profit and Loss Cash flow Statements
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
Understand various products and services under the segment - Apply various rules and procedures governing the business - Improve the operational efficiency in handling the product and services - Enhance the marketing efforts and read the trends in competitive marketing- Fundamentals of personal and retail banking segments - KYC and account opening procedures - Operational and management aspects of the segments. - Consumer lending and small business banking - Mortgage lending - Channel marketing - Market practices and best practices and customer focus
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
Understand how the practices articulated in UCP 600 are applied by documentary practitioners Determine compliance of documents with the terms of letters of credit Understand the impact of modifications or exclusions of provisions of UCP 600 on international standard banking practice.Preliminary Considerations General Principles Drafts and Calculation of Maturity Date. Documents ( Invoice, Shipping, Insurance, Certificate of Origin)
The course will provide a basic understanding of the need for cash management and solutions offered by the banks. Introduction to cash management Link between cash management and working capital/current ratio Payments management o Types of payment o Cost of these payments o Improving the payment process Collections management o Types of collection o Cost of collections o Improving the collection process Solutions provided by banks None
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
Understand various products and services under the segment - Apply various rules and procedures governing the business - Improve the operational efficiency in handling the product and services - Enhance the marketing efforts and read the trends in competitive marketing- Fundamentals of personal and retail banking segments - KYC and account opening procedures - Operational and management aspects of the segments. - Consumer lending and small business banking - Mortgage lending - Channel marketing - Market practices and best practices and customer focus
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
Practical course to understand bank guarantees and standby letters of credit the relevant ICC rules in particular.? Bank guarantees overview (accessory/ non-accessory, direct/ indirect) ? Main types of Guarantees ? Tender Guarantee, Advance Payment Guarantee, Performance Guarantee, Retention Money Guarantee ? Warranty Guarantee, Payment Guarantee, Shipping Guarantee, Facility Guarantee ? Main issues from practical point of view: Wording, Claims, Extend or Pay claims ? Examination of presentations ? Types of agreements under bank guarantee transaction ? Clauses and format of bank guarantee ? The main features of the revision URDG 758 ? Advising of guarantees, Amendments ? Liability of the Guarantor ? Uniform rules for demand guarantee (URDG 458) ? Standby Letters of Credit under ISP98
Understand various products and services under the segment - Apply various rules and procedures governing the business - Improve the operational efficiency in handling the product and services - Enhance the marketing efforts and read the trends in competitive marketing- Fundamentals of personal and retail banking segments - KYC and account opening procedures - Operational and management aspects of the segments. - Consumer lending and small business banking - Mortgage lending - Channel marketing - Market practices and best practices and customer focus
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
This Course has been designed to update participants about the latest developments in the sphere of Internal Controls, which are rapidly evolving in response to changing risks and regulations. A system of effective internal controls is a critical component of bank management and a foundation for the safe and sound operation of banking organizations. Participants will learn about the essential elements of a sound internal control system.1. What are Internal Controls 2. Objectives of Internal Controls & Nature of Controls 3. Principles of Internal Control 4. COSO Framework of Internal Controls 5. Control Activities & Segregation od Duties 6. Basel Rules for Internal Control System 7. Evaluation of Internal Controls 8. Role of External Auditors
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
This course covers all operational areas of Card Operations. The Course examines the critical success factors including security aspects of the card payment industry.1. Card Issuer Operations-Third party Providers 2. Acquirer Operations 3. Card Schemes 4. Scheme Interfaces 5. Acceptance, Chargebacks and Disputes 6. Frauds and Risk Management 7. Certifications-EMV & PCI-DSS 8. Product Enhancements 1104 - Introduction to Banking Products and Operations
This course will give you an overview of SWIFT, its basics, its message standards and its main products and services. It also provides you with the necessary foundations to enable you to attend more advanced courses. What is SWIFT? Explain SWIFT message work flow between banks through SWIFT society How to identify your counterparties How to distinguish the SWIFT message standards and types About the SWIFT acknowledgement SWIFT Collection Messages About the documentary Credit Messages
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of economics. Special emphasis is placed on macroeconomics and topics of importance to you as a banker. The course covers the basics of economic theory and includes examples of the application of economics to banking.- The Economic Problem: Scarce Resources, Unlimited Wants, and Opportunity Costs -The Concepts of Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium -Business Organization -Unemployment and Inflation -The Business Cycle -Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply -Expenditures Analysis -Fiscal Policy -Money and Financial Markets -The UAE Central Bank Structure and Policy -Current Economic Environment
To enhance the skills of the participants relating to the audit and control in banks and to highlight the crucial role of auditing as an important element in the management information system. The central role of the internal audit department Types, scope and degree of control Audit programming Auditing various banking activities Implications of computerization
This course will train participants on all aspects banking operations including Treasury, Lending and Trade Finance Operations. They will also be able to necessitate the need for internal controlsBanking Regulations-Basel Accord General Banking Operations-A brief Introduction Account Opening, Account Operations, Clearing Collection Remittances Anti-Money laundering Channels and Products Cash operations Lending Operations Trade Finance Operations Capital Market & Treasury Operations E-Banking including ATMs Internal Controls over Operations/Control of frauds Ethics and Best Practices
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
Understand how the practices articulated in UCP 600 are applied by documentary practitioners Determine compliance of documents with the terms of letters of credit Understand the impact of modifications or exclusions of provisions of UCP 600 on international standard banking practice.Preliminary Considerations General Principles Drafts and Calculation of Maturity Date. Documents ( Invoice, Shipping, Insurance, Certificate of Origin)
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of economics. Special emphasis is placed on macroeconomics and topics of importance to you as a banker. The course covers the basics of economic theory and includes examples of the application of economics to banking.- The Economic Problem: Scarce Resources, Unlimited Wants, and Opportunity Costs -The Concepts of Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium -Business Organization -Unemployment and Inflation -The Business Cycle -Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply -Expenditures Analysis -Fiscal Policy -Money and Financial Markets -The UAE Central Bank Structure and Policy -Current Economic Environment
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
The course will provide a basic understanding of the need for cash management and solutions offered by the banks. Introduction to cash management Link between cash management and working capital/current ratio Payments management o Types of payment o Cost of these payments o Improving the payment process Collections management o Types of collection o Cost of collections o Improving the collection process Solutions provided by banks None
This course will train participants on all aspects banking operations including Treasury, Lending and Trade Finance Operations. They will also be able to necessitate the need for internal controlsBanking Regulations-Basel Accord General Banking Operations-A brief Introduction Account Opening, Account Operations, Clearing Collection Remittances Anti-Money laundering Channels and Products Cash operations Lending Operations Trade Finance Operations Capital Market & Treasury Operations E-Banking including ATMs Internal Controls over Operations/Control of frauds Ethics and Best Practices
Accounting is the language of business. A basic understanding of accounting is a must for all aspiring managers. This course introduces participants to accounting principles, double entry book-keeping and the construction of financial entries from accounting transactions. Introduction to accounting and financial statements Double entry accounting Accounting Assumptions and Principles Introduction to IFRS Balance Sheet Profit and Loss Cash flow Statements
This course will train participants on all aspects banking operations including Treasury, Lending and Trade Finance Operations. They will also be able to necessitate the need for internal controlsBanking Regulations-Basel Accord General Banking Operations-A brief Introduction Account Opening, Account Operations, Clearing Collection Remittances Anti-Money laundering Channels and Products Cash operations Lending Operations Trade Finance Operations Capital Market & Treasury Operations E-Banking including ATMs Internal Controls over Operations/Control of frauds Ethics and Best Practices
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
Understand various products and services under the segment - Apply various rules and procedures governing the business - Improve the operational efficiency in handling the product and services - Enhance the marketing efforts and read the trends in competitive marketing- Fundamentals of personal and retail banking segments - KYC and account opening procedures - Operational and management aspects of the segments. - Consumer lending and small business banking - Mortgage lending - Channel marketing - Market practices and best practices and customer focus
Practical course to understand bank guarantees and standby letters of credit the relevant ICC rules in particular.? Bank guarantees overview (accessory/ non-accessory, direct/ indirect) ? Main types of Guarantees ? Tender Guarantee, Advance Payment Guarantee, Performance Guarantee, Retention Money Guarantee ? Warranty Guarantee, Payment Guarantee, Shipping Guarantee, Facility Guarantee ? Main issues from practical point of view: Wording, Claims, Extend or Pay claims ? Examination of presentations ? Types of agreements under bank guarantee transaction ? Clauses and format of bank guarantee ? The main features of the revision URDG 758 ? Advising of guarantees, Amendments ? Liability of the Guarantor ? Uniform rules for demand guarantee (URDG 458) ? Standby Letters of Credit under ISP98
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
Understand how the practices articulated in UCP 600 are applied by documentary practitioners Determine compliance of documents with the terms of letters of credit Understand the impact of modifications or exclusions of provisions of UCP 600 on international standard banking practice.Preliminary Considerations General Principles Drafts and Calculation of Maturity Date. Documents ( Invoice, Shipping, Insurance, Certificate of Origin)
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
This course will give you an overview of SWIFT, its basics, its message standards and its main products and services. It also provides you with the necessary foundations to enable you to attend more advanced courses. What is SWIFT? Explain SWIFT message work flow between banks through SWIFT society How to identify your counterparties How to distinguish the SWIFT message standards and types About the SWIFT acknowledgement SWIFT Collection Messages About the documentary Credit Messages
To enhance the skills of the participants relating to the audit and control in banks and to highlight the crucial role of auditing as an important element in the management information system. The central role of the internal audit department Types, scope and degree of control Audit programming Auditing various banking activities Implications of computerization
This Course has been designed to update participants about the latest developments in the sphere of Internal Controls, which are rapidly evolving in response to changing risks and regulations. A system of effective internal controls is a critical component of bank management and a foundation for the safe and sound operation of banking organizations. Participants will learn about the essential elements of a sound internal control system.1. What are Internal Controls 2. Objectives of Internal Controls & Nature of Controls 3. Principles of Internal Control 4. COSO Framework of Internal Controls 5. Control Activities & Segregation od Duties 6. Basel Rules for Internal Control System 7. Evaluation of Internal Controls 8. Role of External Auditors
This course will train participants on all aspects banking operations including Treasury, Lending and Trade Finance Operations. They will also be able to necessitate the need for internal controlsBanking Regulations-Basel Accord General Banking Operations-A brief Introduction Account Opening, Account Operations, Clearing Collection Remittances Anti-Money laundering Channels and Products Cash operations Lending Operations Trade Finance Operations Capital Market & Treasury Operations E-Banking including ATMs Internal Controls over Operations/Control of frauds Ethics and Best Practices
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of economics. Special emphasis is placed on macroeconomics and topics of importance to you as a banker. The course covers the basics of economic theory and includes examples of the application of economics to banking.- The Economic Problem: Scarce Resources, Unlimited Wants, and Opportunity Costs -The Concepts of Demand, Supply, and Equilibrium -Business Organization -Unemployment and Inflation -The Business Cycle -Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply -Expenditures Analysis -Fiscal Policy -Money and Financial Markets -The UAE Central Bank Structure and Policy -Current Economic Environment
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
Understand how the practices articulated in UCP 600 are applied by documentary practitioners Determine compliance of documents with the terms of letters of credit Understand the impact of modifications or exclusions of provisions of UCP 600 on international standard banking practice.Preliminary Considerations General Principles Drafts and Calculation of Maturity Date. Documents ( Invoice, Shipping, Insurance, Certificate of Origin)
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
The course will provide a basic understanding of the need for cash management and solutions offered by the banks. Introduction to cash management Link between cash management and working capital/current ratio Payments management o Types of payment o Cost of these payments o Improving the payment process Collections management o Types of collection o Cost of collections o Improving the collection process Solutions provided by banks None
Practical course to understand bank guarantees and standby letters of credit the relevant ICC rules in particular.? Bank guarantees overview (accessory/ non-accessory, direct/ indirect) ? Main types of Guarantees ? Tender Guarantee, Advance Payment Guarantee, Performance Guarantee, Retention Money Guarantee ? Warranty Guarantee, Payment Guarantee, Shipping Guarantee, Facility Guarantee ? Main issues from practical point of view: Wording, Claims, Extend or Pay claims ? Examination of presentations ? Types of agreements under bank guarantee transaction ? Clauses and format of bank guarantee ? The main features of the revision URDG 758 ? Advising of guarantees, Amendments ? Liability of the Guarantor ? Uniform rules for demand guarantee (URDG 458) ? Standby Letters of Credit under ISP98
This course covers all operational areas of Card Operations. The Course examines the critical success factors including security aspects of the card payment industry.1. Card Issuer Operations-Third party Providers 2. Acquirer Operations 3. Card Schemes 4. Scheme Interfaces 5. Acceptance, Chargebacks and Disputes 6. Frauds and Risk Management 7. Certifications-EMV & PCI-DSS 8. Product Enhancements 1104 - Introduction to Banking Products and Operations
To impart advanced level training for Trade Finance Products & Operations1. Standards of checking Documents Types of Documentary credits Standby letter of credit Risks in International Trade
Understand various products and services under the segment - Apply various rules and procedures governing the business - Improve the operational efficiency in handling the product and services - Enhance the marketing efforts and read the trends in competitive marketing- Fundamentals of personal and retail banking segments - KYC and account opening procedures - Operational and management aspects of the segments. - Consumer lending and small business banking - Mortgage lending - Channel marketing - Market practices and best practices and customer focus
To enhance the skills of the participants relating to the audit and control in banks and to highlight the crucial role of auditing as an important element in the management information system. The central role of the internal audit department Types, scope and degree of control Audit programming Auditing various banking activities Implications of computerization
This course will give you an overview of SWIFT, its basics, its message standards and its main products and services. It also provides you with the necessary foundations to enable you to attend more advanced courses. What is SWIFT? Explain SWIFT message work flow between banks through SWIFT society How to identify your counterparties How to distinguish the SWIFT message standards and types About the SWIFT acknowledgement SWIFT Collection Messages About the documentary Credit Messages
Accounting is the language of business. A basic understanding of accounting is a must for all aspiring managers. This course introduces participants to accounting principles, double entry book-keeping and the construction of financial entries from accounting transactions. Introduction to accounting and financial statements Double entry accounting Accounting Assumptions and Principles Introduction to IFRS Balance Sheet Profit and Loss Cash flow Statements
The course aims to assist participants to design a successful private banking strategy to maximize profitability, implement innovative marketing techniques to win new business and defend an existing client base, use creative asset management products and services to meet specific client demands and formulate innovative asset planning services to benefit both the client and the bank.Design a successful private banking strategy to maximize profitability ? Implement innovative marketing techniques to win new business and defend an existing client base. ? Various types of asset management products including Sharia compliant products ? Use creative asset management products and services to meet specific client demands ? Trust and Waqf creation, off-Shore accounts and tax implications None
Understand various products and services under the segment - Apply various rules and procedures governing the business - Improve the operational efficiency in handling the product and services - Enhance the marketing efforts and read the trends in competitive marketing- Fundamentals of personal and retail banking segments - KYC and account opening procedures - Operational and management aspects of the segments. - Consumer lending and small business banking - Mortgage lending - Channel marketing - Market practices and best practices and customer focus
Practical course to understand bank guarantees and standby letters of credit the relevant ICC rules in particular.? Bank guarantees overview (accessory/ non-accessory, direct/ indirect) ? Main types of Guarantees ? Tender Guarantee, Advance Payment Guarantee, Performance Guarantee, Retention Money Guarantee ? Warranty Guarantee, Payment Guarantee, Shipping Guarantee, Facility Guarantee ? Main issues from practical point of view: Wording, Claims, Extend or Pay claims ? Examination of presentations ? Types of agreements under bank guarantee transaction ? Clauses and format of bank guarantee ? The main features of the revision URDG 758 ? Advising of guarantees, Amendments ? Liability of the Guarantor ? Uniform rules for demand guarantee (URDG 458) ? Standby Letters of Credit under ISP98
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
Banking Products and Operations places emphasis on the practical and real life scenarios a banker face. We will be dealing in a number of real life case studies which will provide a greater insights related to the operational role. The course will involve group work and discussions. The program will encourage attendees to develop as a Confident Employee upon returning to their work place. Introduction to Banking We discuss in detail the active and passive products The corresponding business process, in particular Check Accounts, Deposits and Payment Transactions, Credit and Debit Cards Bills (Collection, Purchase, Discount & Negotiation), Negotiable Instruments Remittance Products and Trade Products Introduction Consumer and Mortgage Loans Corporate Finance Basics of Loans Laws applicable in Banking International, Regional and Local Laws Financial Crimes and Identity Theft Trust Services Safe Custody Risks Involved
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
This program introduces you to the fundamental principles of Trade. Special emphasis is placed on topics of importance to you as a banker. A strong emphasis is placed on understanding the key elements of customer trade cycle analysis. Why Trade Finance Commercial Contracts and the Use of Inco terms Commercial Documents The value of Document Title Methodologies of Payment Understanding Payment Risk The Risk Ladder Documentary Collections Documentary Credits Understanding Documentary Credit Process Responsibilities of Correspondent Banks in Trade
To help the participants to understand Banking Practice and Law in the UAE, and duties of Bankers towards customer, thereby helping them to excel in service delivery and overall improvement of productivity.Structure and functions of commercial Banks in UAE - Role of Central Bank - Laws relating to Banking regulations in UAE - Negotiable Instruments laws - Banker-Customer relationships. - Discussion of some of the land mark legal cases in UAE.
The course on financial statement analysis provides participants with a fundamental understanding of accounting principles, concepts, conventions, and key characteristics of accounting information. Participants will be able to learn about the various types of financial statements and their importance. They will learn the use of various analytical tools like ratio analysis and common-size statements and distinguish between cash flows and profits and identify the different types of cash flows. They will be able to identify the key line items on the financials and their inter-relationships. Overview of the purpose and structure of financial statements Important accounting principles, concepts, conventions and characteristics of accounting information Reading and understanding the balance sheet and income statement Trend analysis / common size statements Ratio analysis Cash flows
This course provides a hands-on introduction to basic mathematics used in finance, including instruction in using financial calculators and relevant Excel Financial Functions. Financial market participants who are unsure of their math skills will find this course useful The time value of money Financial calculators and using them Interest/ Return calculations Mortgage, asset valuation Bond valuation Cash flow analysis and calculations
The basic objective of this program is to understand and analyze the Consumer Lending market in UAE. The program focus will be on the Consumer lending products, risk appraisal and analysis of the credit cycles. Overview about Consumer lending Consumer lending products Credit risk appraisal for Consumer credit Economic cycles and relation with Credit cycles Analysis of Credit cycles Acquisition, Monitoring, Collection None
The broad objective of the Course is to improve the capacity of participants to appraise Micro and SME credit requests .Participants will be able to Identify business financing needs of SMEs and understand and apply the key concepts of financial analysis to SMEs risk, particularly through cash flow and budget analysis, They will be able to Identify early warning signs of company distress and adopt appropriate conduct vis--vis SMEs in distress. Introduction to Small and Medium Enterprises Lending Challenges in SME lending Credit Analysis Cash Flow Analysis and Breakeven and Debt Service Ratio Analysis Loan Structuring Loan Documentation Monitoring Problem Loans
This Course will enable participants to identify balance sheet strengths, weaknesses and inconsistencies if any. The participants will also be able to gauge the quality of earnings. They will learn the used of advanced analytical tools and glean information from notes to accounts. Participants will perform simple credit analysis and industry analysis. They should be able to identify signals that indicate fraudulent reporting Review of Balance sheet, Income statement and Cash Flow Statement Inconsistencies in financial statements Sources and applications of funds analysis. Horizontal and Vertical analysis Ratio analyses/Du Pont model Cash flow analysis Preparing proforma financial statements and validating them. Liquidity and Solvency Overview of Credit Analysis and Industry analysis
The basic objective of this program is to understand and analyze the Consumer Lending market in UAE. The program focus will be on the Consumer lending products, risk appraisal and analysis of the credit cycles. Overview about Consumer lending Consumer lending products Credit risk appraisal for Consumer credit Economic cycles and relation with Credit cycles Analysis of Credit cycles Acquisition, Monitoring, Collection None
The broad objective of the Course is to improve the capacity of participants to appraise Micro and SME credit requests .Participants will be able to Identify business financing needs of SMEs and understand and apply the key concepts of financial analysis to SMEs risk, particularly through cash flow and budget analysis, They will be able to Identify early warning signs of company distress and adopt appropriate conduct vis--vis SMEs in distress. Introduction to Small and Medium Enterprises Lending Challenges in SME lending Credit Analysis Cash Flow Analysis and Breakeven and Debt Service Ratio Analysis Loan Structuring Loan Documentation Monitoring Problem Loans
This is a comprehensive strategic management course for senior banking executives that will assist them to understand the success factors of corporate banking, how to use the planning process to set goals, control costs and to increase the profitability of clients and sales channels. Successful corporate banking strategy to maximize profitability in terms of risk adjusted returns. ? Planning and budgeting process to increase the value of bank and control costs ? Build a competitive, client oriented sales organization to respond to the needs of corporate clients. ? Implement an effective rating system for corporate and cash flow based lending, and risk adjusted pricing under Basel II. ? Streamline the banks credit policies and processes and optimize the cooperation between the credit department and the sales organization. ? Identify the major risk factors in corporate banking and implement an effective risk management system.
The course on financial statement analysis provides participants with a fundamental understanding of accounting principles, concepts, conventions, and key characteristics of accounting information. Participants will be able to learn about the various types of financial statements and their importance. They will learn the use of various analytical tools like ratio analysis and common-size statements and distinguish between cash flows and profits and identify the different types of cash flows. They will be able to identify the key line items on the financials and their inter-relationships. Overview of the purpose and structure of financial statements Important accounting principles, concepts, conventions and characteristics of accounting information Reading and understanding the balance sheet and income statement Trend analysis / common size statements Ratio analysis Cash flows
Participants use a highly structured approach to analyze credit and structure the loan. Suitable for Corporate Credit PersonnelIntroduction- The Goals and Nature of Credit Analysis Fundamentals of Financial Analysis Fundamentals of Credit Analysis Cash Flow Forecasting Risk and Loan Structuring Credit Risk Management Project Finance and Syndications
This is a comprehensive strategic management course for senior banking executives that will assist them to understand the success factors of corporate banking, how to use the planning process to set goals, control costs and to increase the profitability of clients and sales channels. Successful corporate banking strategy to maximize profitability in terms of risk adjusted returns. ? Planning and budgeting process to increase the value of bank and control costs ? Build a competitive, client oriented sales organization to respond to the needs of corporate clients. ? Implement an effective rating system for corporate and cash flow based lending, and risk adjusted pricing under Basel II. ? Streamline the banks credit policies and processes and optimize the cooperation between the credit department and the sales organization. ? Identify the major risk factors in corporate banking and implement an effective risk management system.
This Course will enable participants to identify balance sheet strengths, weaknesses and inconsistencies if any. The participants will also be able to gauge the quality of earnings. They will learn the used of advanced analytical tools and glean information from notes to accounts. Participants will perform simple credit analysis and industry analysis. They should be able to identify signals that indicate fraudulent reporting Review of Balance sheet, Income statement and Cash Flow Statement Inconsistencies in financial statements Sources and applications of funds analysis. Horizontal and Vertical analysis Ratio analyses/Du Pont model Cash flow analysis Preparing proforma financial statements and validating them. Liquidity and Solvency Overview of Credit Analysis and Industry analysis
The objective of this course is to provide participants with adequate knowledge about the management of Credit in banks. Participants will learn about the importance of Credit culture and its impact on the credit process. Participants will learn about administration of loans, post-sanction follow-up of loans and the process of securing collateral. Participants will be able to appreciate the portfolio approach to credit management. Overview of Credit Management Regulatory Framework and Prudential Norms Credit Policy in Banks Documentation and types of security Credit Evaluation: Term Loans & Working Capital Credit Monitoring Follow up and Recovery Management 1202: Credit analysis Techniques
This Course will enable participants to identify balance sheet strengths, weaknesses and inconsistencies if any. The participants will also be able to gauge the quality of earnings. They will learn the used of advanced analytical tools and glean information from notes to accounts. Participants will perform simple credit analysis and industry analysis. They should be able to identify signals that indicate fraudulent reporting Review of Balance sheet, Income statement and Cash Flow Statement Inconsistencies in financial statements Sources and applications of funds analysis. Horizontal and Vertical analysis Ratio analyses/Du Pont model Cash flow analysis Preparing proforma financial statements and validating them. Liquidity and Solvency Overview of Credit Analysis and Industry analysis
This course provides a hands-on introduction to basic mathematics used in finance, including instruction in using financial calculators and relevant Excel Financial Functions. Financial market participants who are unsure of their math skills will find this course useful The time value of money Financial calculators and using them Interest/ Return calculations Mortgage, asset valuation Bond valuation Cash flow analysis and calculations
This course will enable participants to identify the early warning signals of problem loans. Participants will be able to recognize the causes of business failure and operating losses. They will be able to develop a concrete set of procedures once a problem loan has been identified. Participants will explore options for resolving problem loans including workout, outplacement and liquidation. Causes of Problem Loans and Costs Identification of Problem Loans and Measuring Delinquency-Regulatory guidelines Controlling Problem Loans Analysis of the Remedial Actions Strategy for Loan Recovery Mandate for Loan Recovery and Legal mechanisms Execution of Loan Recovery and System for Monitoring 1202: Credit Appraisal Techniques
Credit Appraisal remains one of most critical functions of any bank. This course will give the participants a good grounding in the basics of credit analysis and business evaluation. Participants can hone their skills of going behind the financial statements and detecting inconsistencies, if any. Participants will develop the necessary skill to match credit facilities to the needs of borrowers and mitigate risks through documentation, covenants and collateral security. Basic principles of bank credit Credit risk analysis through ratios and cash flow analysis Univariate and Multivariate analysis Forecasting financials and sensitivity analysis Importance of Site Inspections Credit scoring Credit rating Cash flow lending Evaluation of working capital and term loans Ensuring proper use of bank facilities Structuring of facilities
The course on financial statement analysis provides participants with a fundamental understanding of accounting principles, concepts, conventions, and key characteristics of accounting information. Participants will be able to learn about the various types of financial statements and their importance. They will learn the use of various analytical tools like ratio analysis and common-size statements and distinguish between cash flows and profits and identify the different types of cash flows. They will be able to identify the key line items on the financials and their inter-relationships. Overview of the purpose and structure of financial statements Important accounting principles, concepts, conventions and characteristics of accounting information Reading and understanding the balance sheet and income statement Trend analysis / common size statements Ratio analysis Cash flows
This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts, principles, analytical methods & tools useful for making investment & finance decisions regarding commercial real estate assets. This course will focus on the basic building blocks & the ''micro'' level pertains to individual properties & deals.Measuring Real Estate Returns Property Finance Risk Management Financing Instruments & Techniques Financial Structures: Development Financial feasibility: Developing the Business Plan Securitization of Real Property Interest & Mortgages
Credit Appraisal remains one of most critical functions of any bank. This course will give the participants a good grounding in the basics of credit analysis and business evaluation. Participants can hone their skills of going behind the financial statements and detecting inconsistencies, if any. Participants will develop the necessary skill to match credit facilities to the needs of borrowers and mitigate risks through documentation, covenants and collateral security. Basic principles of bank credit Credit risk analysis through ratios and cash flow analysis Univariate and Multivariate analysis Forecasting financials and sensitivity analysis Importance of Site Inspections Credit scoring Credit rating Cash flow lending Evaluation of working capital and term loans Ensuring proper use of bank facilities Structuring of facilities
The objective of this course is to provide participants with adequate knowledge about the management of Credit in banks. Participants will learn about the importance of Credit culture and its impact on the credit process. Participants will learn about administration of loans, post-sanction follow-up of loans and the process of securing collateral. Participants will be able to appreciate the portfolio approach to credit management. Overview of Credit Management Regulatory Framework and Prudential Norms Credit Policy in Banks Documentation and types of security Credit Evaluation: Term Loans & Working Capital Credit Monitoring Follow up and Recovery Management 1202: Credit analysis Techniques
The basic objective of this program is to introduce the key standards under IFRS and International Accounting Standards to the Banking professionals especially in Credit. The course will focus on the IFRS guidelines regarding presentation of financial statements, specialized areas like construction contracts, consolidated financials etc which is critical for a Banker. Overview of IFRS and the International Accounting Standards IAS-1 - Presentation of Financial Statements Structure, Classification of Balance sheet, Comprehensive Income IAS-2 - Treatment of Inventory IAS-7 : Statement of Cash flows Overview on IFRS-10 : Consolidated Financial Statements Overview on IAS- 11 & IFRS-15 : Construction Contracts Overview on IAS 39 & IFRS -9 : - Financial instruments : Recognition and Measurement An overview Non-Financial Assets & Non-financial liabilities 1211 Financial Statement Analysis- Advanced
This Course will enable participants to identify balance sheet strengths, weaknesses and inconsistencies if any. The participants will also be able to gauge the quality of earnings. They will learn the used of advanced analytical tools and glean information from notes to accounts. Participants will perform simple credit analysis and industry analysis. They should be able to identify signals that indicate fraudulent reporting Review of Balance sheet, Income statement and Cash Flow Statement Inconsistencies in financial statements Sources and applications of funds analysis. Horizontal and Vertical analysis Ratio analyses/Du Pont model Cash flow analysis Preparing proforma financial statements and validating them. Liquidity and Solvency Overview of Credit Analysis and Industry analysis
The course will provide participants with an overview of the core principles of project finance. Participants will gain a greater insight into Project Risks and grasp the crucial factors and techniques used in structuring project financings. Participants will be able to understand the essential credit issues in appraising project finance proposals Fundamentals and Rationale of Project Financing Analysis of Project Viability and Risk Management (Cash flow projection & IRR) Security Arrangements and Legal Structure Role of Credit Ratings and Project Evaluation Ownership and Financial Structuring Legal Documentation and Funding Sources The Lenders perspective Sponsors Perspective 1202: Credit Appraisal Techniques 1211: Financial Statements Analysis Advanced
The course on financial statement analysis provides participants with a fundamental understanding of accounting principles, concepts, conventions, and key characteristics of accounting information. Participants will be able to learn about the various types of financial statements and their importance. They will learn the use of various analytical tools like ratio analysis and common-size statements and distinguish between cash flows and profits and identify the different types of cash flows. They will be able to identify the key line items on the financials and their inter-relationships. Overview of the purpose and structure of financial statements Important accounting principles, concepts, conventions and characteristics of accounting information Reading and understanding the balance sheet and income statement Trend analysis / common size statements Ratio analysis Cash flows
This course will enable participants to identify the early warning signals of problem loans. Participants will be able to recognize the causes of business failure and operating losses. They will be able to develop a concrete set of procedures once a problem loan has been identified. Participants will explore options for resolving problem loans including workout, outplacement and liquidation. Causes of Problem Loans and Costs Identification of Problem Loans and Measuring Delinquency-Regulatory guidelines Controlling Problem Loans Analysis of the Remedial Actions Strategy for Loan Recovery Mandate for Loan Recovery and Legal mechanisms Execution of Loan Recovery and System for Monitoring 1202: Credit Appraisal Techniques
This Course will enable participants to identify balance sheet strengths, weaknesses and inconsistencies if any. The participants will also be able to gauge the quality of earnings. They will learn the used of advanced analytical tools and glean information from notes to accounts. Participants will perform simple credit analysis and industry analysis. They should be able to identify signals that indicate fraudulent reporting Review of Balance sheet, Income statement and Cash Flow Statement Inconsistencies in financial statements Sources and applications of funds analysis. Horizontal and Vertical analysis Ratio analyses/Du Pont model Cash flow analysis Preparing proforma financial statements and validating them. Liquidity and Solvency Overview of Credit Analysis and Industry analysis
This course will enable participants to restructure a distressed loan. They will understand the root causes of business failures and how operational, organizational and strategic changes must be made to revive the unit. Business failures are worsened by capital structure and poor working capital management. These will need to be corrected. Lenders also have to legally protect their security and other interests. Causes of Loan Distress-Business weakness-Financial Weakness Priority of Claims Planning Restructuring-Operational, Organizational, Financial and Strategic Restructuring Implementing the Restructuring Plan o Lender Responsibilities, o Checklists, Documentations, o Liquidation Balance sheet, o Protecting security, o Business Plan, o Financial Projections, o Monitoring, o Fall Back strategies Bankruptcy laws in UAE 1211-Finance Statements Advanced
To enable the participants to understand the various components of working capital and how to structure the required finance. Working capital cycle. Various components affecting working capital cycle Various products for working capital financing. Structuring of the required facilities. Precautions to be taken in working capital assessment Supervision & follow up for efficient utilization of working capital finance.
This course will enable participants to identify the early warning signals of problem loans. Participants will be able to recognize the causes of business failure and operating losses. They will be able to develop a concrete set of procedures once a problem loan has been identified. Participants will explore options for resolving problem loans including workout, outplacement and liquidation. Causes of Problem Loans and Costs Identification of Problem Loans and Measuring Delinquency-Regulatory guidelines Controlling Problem Loans Analysis of the Remedial Actions Strategy for Loan Recovery Mandate for Loan Recovery and Legal mechanisms Execution of Loan Recovery and System for Monitoring 1202: Credit Appraisal Techniques
This is a comprehensive strategic management course for senior banking executives that will assist them to understand the success factors of corporate banking, how to use the planning process to set goals, control costs and to increase the profitability of clients and sales channels. Successful corporate banking strategy to maximize profitability in terms of risk adjusted returns. ? Planning and budgeting process to increase the value of bank and control costs ? Build a competitive, client oriented sales organization to respond to the needs of corporate clients. ? Implement an effective rating system for corporate and cash flow based lending, and risk adjusted pricing under Basel II. ? Streamline the banks credit policies and processes and optimize the cooperation between the credit department and the sales organization. ? Identify the major risk factors in corporate banking and implement an effective risk management system.
The course on financial statement analysis provides participants with a fundamental understanding of accounting principles, concepts, conventions, and key characteristics of accounting information. Participants will be able to learn about the various types of financial statements and their importance. They will learn the use of various analytical tools like ratio analysis and common-size statements and distinguish between cash flows and profits and identify the different types of cash flows. They will be able to identify the key line items on the financials and their inter-relationships. Overview of the purpose and structure of financial statements Important accounting principles, concepts, conventions and characteristics of accounting information Reading and understanding the balance sheet and income statement Trend analysis / common size statements Ratio analysis Cash flows
The broad objective of the Course is to improve the capacity of participants to appraise Micro and SME credit requests .Participants will be able to Identify business financing needs of SMEs and understand and apply the key concepts of financial analysis to SMEs risk, particularly through cash flow and budget analysis, They will be able to Identify early warning signs of company distress and adopt appropriate conduct vis--vis SMEs in distress. Introduction to Small and Medium Enterprises Lending Challenges in SME lending Credit Analysis Cash Flow Analysis and Breakeven and Debt Service Ratio Analysis Loan Structuring Loan Documentation Monitoring Problem Loans
To give the participants a good grounding in the requirement and process of loan syndication and to develop their skills required for their work in the commercial credit department.Characteristics of loan syndication - Advantages & disadvantages to borrower and banks - Significant titles in syndicate process - Types of syndicate facilities - Loan agreements / documentation in syndication - Transfer mode in secondary market Participation requirements: Executives in Corporate Banking department responsible for syndication of loans.
Participants use a highly structured approach to analyze credit and structure the loan. Suitable for Corporate Credit PersonnelIntroduction- The Goals and Nature of Credit Analysis Fundamentals of Financial Analysis Fundamentals of Credit Analysis Cash Flow Forecasting Risk and Loan Structuring Credit Risk Management Project Finance and Syndications
The course will provide participants with an overview of the core principles of project finance. Participants will gain a greater insight into Project Risks and grasp the crucial factors and techniques used in structuring project financings. Participants will be able to understand the essential credit issues in appraising project finance proposals Fundamentals and Rationale of Project Financing Analysis of Project Viability and Risk Management (Cash flow projection & IRR) Security Arrangements and Legal Structure Role of Credit Ratings and Project Evaluation Ownership and Financial Structuring Legal Documentation and Funding Sources The Lenders perspective Sponsors Perspective 1202: Credit Appraisal Techniques 1211: Financial Statements Analysis Advanced
The objective of this course is to provide participants with adequate knowledge about the management of Credit in banks. Participants will learn about the importance of Credit culture and its impact on the credit process. Participants will learn about administration of loans, post-sanction follow-up of loans and the process of securing collateral. Participants will be able to appreciate the portfolio approach to credit management. Overview of Credit Management Regulatory Framework and Prudential Norms Credit Policy in Banks Documentation and types of security Credit Evaluation: Term Loans & Working Capital Credit Monitoring Follow up and Recovery Management 1202: Credit analysis Techniques
Credit Appraisal remains one of most critical functions of any bank. This course will give the participants a good grounding in the basics of credit analysis and business evaluation. Participants can hone their skills of going behind the financial statements and detecting inconsistencies, if any. Participants will develop the necessary skill to match credit facilities to the needs of borrowers and mitigate risks through documentation, covenants and collateral security. Basic principles of bank credit Credit risk analysis through ratios and cash flow analysis Univariate and Multivariate analysis Forecasting financials and sensitivity analysis Importance of Site Inspections Credit scoring Credit rating Cash flow lending Evaluation of working capital and term loans Ensuring proper use of bank facilities Structuring of facilities
This course provides a hands-on introduction to basic mathematics used in finance, including instruction in using financial calculators and relevant Excel Financial Functions. Financial market participants who are unsure of their math skills will find this course useful The time value of money Financial calculators and using them Interest/ Return calculations Mortgage, asset valuation Bond valuation Cash flow analysis and calculations
To enable the participants to understand the various components of working capital and how to structure the required finance. Working capital cycle. Various components affecting working capital cycle Various products for working capital financing. Structuring of the required facilities. Precautions to be taken in working capital assessment Supervision & follow up for efficient utilization of working capital finance.
This course will enable participants to identify the early warning signals of problem loans. Participants will be able to recognize the causes of business failure and operating losses. They will be able to develop a concrete set of procedures once a problem loan has been identified. Participants will explore options for resolving problem loans including workout, outplacement and liquidation. Causes of Problem Loans and Costs Identification of Problem Loans and Measuring Delinquency-Regulatory guidelines Controlling Problem Loans Analysis of the Remedial Actions Strategy for Loan Recovery Mandate for Loan Recovery and Legal mechanisms Execution of Loan Recovery and System for Monitoring 1202: Credit Appraisal Techniques
The basic objective of this program is to introduce the key standards under IFRS and International Accounting Standards to the Banking professionals especially in Credit. The course will focus on the IFRS guidelines regarding presentation of financial statements, specialized areas like construction contracts, consolidated financials etc which is critical for a Banker. Overview of IFRS and the International Accounting Standards IAS-1 - Presentation of Financial Statements Structure, Classification of Balance sheet, Comprehensive Income IAS-2 - Treatment of Inventory IAS-7 : Statement of Cash flows Overview on IFRS-10 : Consolidated Financial Statements Overview on IAS- 11 & IFRS-15 : Construction Contracts Overview on IAS 39 & IFRS -9 : - Financial instruments : Recognition and Measurement An overview Non-Financial Assets & Non-financial liabilities 1211 Financial Statement Analysis- Advanced
The course on financial statement analysis provides participants with a fundamental understanding of accounting principles, concepts, conventions, and key characteristics of accounting information. Participants will be able to learn about the various types of financial statements and their importance. They will learn the use of various analytical tools like ratio analysis and common-size statements and distinguish between cash flows and profits and identify the different types of cash flows. They will be able to identify the key line items on the financials and their inter-relationships. Overview of the purpose and structure of financial statements Important accounting principles, concepts, conventions and characteristics of accounting information Reading and understanding the balance sheet and income statement Trend analysis / common size statements Ratio analysis Cash flows
To give the participants a good grounding in the requirement and process of loan syndication and to develop their skills required for their work in the commercial credit department.Characteristics of loan syndication - Advantages & disadvantages to borrower and banks - Significant titles in syndicate process - Types of syndicate facilities - Loan agreements / documentation in syndication - Transfer mode in secondary market Participation requirements: Executives in Corporate Banking department responsible for syndication of loans.
This Course will enable participants to identify balance sheet strengths, weaknesses and inconsistencies if any. The participants will also be able to gauge the quality of earnings. They will learn the used of advanced analytical tools and glean information from notes to accounts. Participants will perform simple credit analysis and industry analysis. They should be able to identify signals that indicate fraudulent reporting Review of Balance sheet, Income statement and Cash Flow Statement Inconsistencies in financial statements Sources and applications of funds analysis. Horizontal and Vertical analysis Ratio analyses/Du Pont model Cash flow analysis Preparing proforma financial statements and validating them. Liquidity and Solvency Overview of Credit Analysis and Industry analysis
This course provides a hands-on introduction to basic mathematics used in finance, including instruction in using financial calculators and relevant Excel Financial Functions. Financial market participants who are unsure of their math skills will find this course useful The time value of money Financial calculators and using them Interest/ Return calculations Mortgage, asset valuation Bond valuation Cash flow analysis and calculations
Participants use a highly structured approach to analyze credit and structure the loan. Suitable for Corporate Credit PersonnelIntroduction- The Goals and Nature of Credit Analysis Fundamentals of Financial Analysis Fundamentals of Credit Analysis Cash Flow Forecasting Risk and Loan Structuring Credit Risk Management Project Finance and Syndications
The broad objective of the Course is to improve the capacity of participants to appraise Micro and SME credit requests .Participants will be able to Identify business financing needs of SMEs and understand and apply the key concepts of financial analysis to SMEs risk, particularly through cash flow and budget analysis, They will be able to Identify early warning signs of company distress and adopt appropriate conduct vis--vis SMEs in distress. Introduction to Small and Medium Enterprises Lending Challenges in SME lending Credit Analysis Cash Flow Analysis and Breakeven and Debt Service Ratio Analysis Loan Structuring Loan Documentation Monitoring Problem Loans

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