The Risk Management Academy would be organizing this Program in November 2019 in Lagos, Nigeria.
Participants will obtain a clear understanding of and appreciation for the necessity of a strong and well-equipped compliance function within any financial services institution.
Through lecture, class exercises, highly interactive participation, and case studies, participants will review the need for financial services regulation, the markets/participants/institutions/instruments over which regulation proceeds, the use of the compliance function as a risk mitigator, the various methods and approaches to compliance with regulatory requirements, establishment of a well-functioning compliance department, and the skills required to succeed as a compliance officer.
Through intense analysis of specific cases concerning compliance and ethical lapses, money laundering, rule violations, delegates will obtain keen insights to reduce the risk of regulatory and compliance problems and to foster a culture of compliance within their own firms.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- New Compliance Officers
- Risk Managers
- Control Function Managers
- Legal Department Managers
- Management Consultants
- Equities Sales and Trading Desk Operations Managers
- Fixed Income Sales and Trading Desk Operations Managers
- Investment Banking Administrative Officers
- Financial decision makers in corporations
KEY LEANING POINTS
- How to successfully structure and manage an effective compliance function
- The immediate impact of an ineffective compliance program
- The comprehensive loss of revenue, trust, and reputation resulting from a weak compliance environment
- How regulatory changes can quickly impact your organization and bottom line
- How to prepare for intense regulatory scrutiny and examinations
- From multiple case studies that globally illustrate cultures of compliance and strong compliance departments
For details about the program, please contact Dr. Neville Odafe on 09071941111 or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com