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Govt. Certified Financial Risk Management

1. Risk Basics

1.1. Nature of Risk
1.2. Sources of Risk
1.3. Need for Risk Management
1.4. Process of Risk Management
1.5. Risk Policy
1.6. Risk Management Approaches

2. Risk Classification

2.1. Credit Counterparty Risk
2.2. Market Risk
2.3. Operational Risk
2.4. Other Risks

3. Measuring Risk

3.1. Measurement of Credit
3.2. Measurement of Market Risk
3.3. Measurement of Interest Rate Risk For
3.4. Asset Liability Management (ALM)
3.5. Measurement of Operational Risk

4. Risk Management

4.1. Managing Credit Risk
4.2. Interest Rate Risk Management
4.3. Insurance
4.4. Bull and Bear Spreads
4.5. Delta Neutral Strategies
4.6. Credit Derivatives
4.7. Credit Ratings

5. Other Issues in Risk Management

5.1. Regulatory Framework
5.2. The Basel Committee
5.3. Best Practices
5.4. Challenges to Risk Management
5.5. Accounting Issues
5.6. Tax Issues
5.7. Management Information System (MIS)
5.8. Integrated Risk Management

6. Basel II

6.1. Three Pillars of Basel II
6.2. Scope of Application
6.3. The First Pillar-Minimum Capital Requirements
6.4. The Standardized Approach
6.5. The Internal Ratings Based (IRB) Approach
6.6. The Second Pillar-Supervisory Review Process
6.7. The Third Pillar-Market Discipline
6.8. Market Risk
6.9. Operational Risk

7. Case Studies

7.1. Barings
7.2. Herstatt Bank
7.3. Long-Team Capital Management (LTCM)
7.4. Enron
7.5. Orange County
7.6. Financial Risk Management Conclusion