"Responsible Banking"

Understanding green & sustainable finance in the assessment of credit risk

Despite the impact of COVID 19, this year, the climate emergency remains our greatest global challenge- and the Paris agreement singles out the role the financial sector must play in leading the transition to a sustainable, low carbon world. Broader environmental and sustainable risks – and opportunities – are also now the focus for bankers, regulators, and policy makers, especially in the context of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change conference (COP 26) to be held in Glasgow, Scotland this year.
This seminar will delve into what all this means for banks and their future lending policies and risk appetites. It will cover both traditional and newer techniques for credit risk assessment and recognize what is- or is not- meeting the criteria of ‘green and sustainable’.

Learning Outcomes
  • An understanding of responsible banking
  • Definitions, Green and Blue (Sustainable Principles)
  • Policies and frameworks
  • Impact on banks (capital, reputation risks and the economy)
  • Access to funds for on-lending to sustainable projects and clients
  • Setting new credit policies and procedures
  • Credit risk assessments and internal rating


 

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Information

Course Code RM102
Department Vocational Training
Instructor Banking Risk Training
Who should attend Risk managers, credit analysts, middle and back office personnel, regulators, auditors, inspectors.
Certificate of AttendanceYes
Offered OnlineNo
Course Fees €950.00
Partner Institution GARP

Schedules

Days and Hours Start Date End Date Hours per Week
Monday-Tuesday, 9:00-17:00 04/10/2021 05/10/2021 16
Last Update At: 2021/03/04 - 13:40:58

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