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Course overview

This microlearning course examines the key risk types faced by the finance industry including what is meant by strategic, financial and operational risk. The course also provides an overview of the key financial services regulators and how they oversee Australian banks. 

 

Who is this for? 
This course is suitable for professionals in a range of roles and industries. You will gain practical knowledge about the types of risk faced by banks and foundation knowledge of Australia’s regulatory regime for the banking sector. 

Total Program Fee

Member AUD$88.00
Non-Member AUD$110.00

For further information, or to arrange a call with a FINSIA Relationship Manager please email [email protected]

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By the end of this course, you will be able to:

• Define risk. 

• Identify some key terms and definitions associated with risk. 

• Explain what is meant by strategic, financial and operational risk. 

• Identify different types and sources of financial and non-financial (operational) risks. 

• Describe the role of key financial services regulators in the oversight of banks. 

CPD: 1 hours

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Duration: 60 minutes

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What's included

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e-Learning Material

The course material is presented online to give you maximum flexibility – study when and where it suits your schedule. Access to the content is available for 3 months.

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Made for Australia

Developed for the Australian Market by FINSIA.

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CPD

Develop new skills and knowledge leading to promotions, and better job opportunities.

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Personal Development

It's a great way to invest in yourself and your future.

What do I get when I finish the course?

On successful completion, a Certificate of Completion will be issued by FINSIA.

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