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An MSc in Risk Management provides the foundations to have a career in risk management. It will give the student the student the abilities to measure and manage risks in business activities such as trade receivables, borrowing and production supply costs.
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The Advanced Program of Specialization in Business Valuation is face-to-face and is taught in Madrid. It has a price of 2,600 euros. [+]
Management Program in Global Risk Management in Insurance Entities - Solvency II
The Advanced Program of Specialization in Business Valuation is face-to-face and is taught in Madrid. It has a price of 2,600 euros.
INTRODUCTION OF THE SPECIALIZED PROGRAM IN THE VALUATION OF COMPANIES
The program begins with a study of the methods most commonly used in the valuation of companies, such as the study of cash flows, and deepens to the maximum in the determination of the interest rate to be used for the discount of flows, as well as in the analysis by comparable multiples, applied to companies from different sectors.
Subsequently, the Program is introduced in the study of other more current methodologies such as the EVA ("Enterprise Value Added") and later, it goes into the analysis of the determination of the stock price of a listed company, using both methods based on the value of the company as other methods based on profit or dividends. Subsequently, the Program deepens in the study of the valuation of companies through the methodology of Monte Carlo and finally, it addresses the most used methods for the valuation of high growth companies.... [-]
The Advanced Program of Specialization in Credit Risk Analysis is face-to-face and is taught in Madrid and has a price of 2,750 euros [+]
Advanced Program of Specialization in Credit Risk Analysis
The Advanced Program of Specialization in Credit Risk Analysis is face-to-face and is taught in Madrid and has a price of 2,750 euros.
OBJECTIVES OF THE ADVANCED PROGRAM OF SPECIALIZATION IN CREDIT RISK ANALYSIS
The main objective of the Advanced Program of Specialization in Credit Risk Analysis is to propose to the assistant a clear and simple outline to follow in order to analyze and quantify the probability that a debtor will default on its payment obligations. Additionally, existing tools - technical, legal, etc ... - are presented to eliminate or mitigate the risk of default. Finally, we offer a vision of the important advantages derived from the correct measurement of the credit risk to the heat of the new legislations arising in the banking field.... [-]
3-day risk management training (plus ISO 31000 exam) preparing you for the Certified ISO 31000 Risk Management Professional Certificate of the Global Institute for Risk Management Standards (G31000) [+]
3-day risk management training (plus ISO 31000 exam) preparing you for the Certified ISO 31000 Risk Management Professional Certificate of the Global Institute for Risk Management Standards (G31000).ISO 31000 Risk Management mode of study Option 1: Public training 3-day ISO 31000 Risk Management certification programme Option 2: In-house training Become a Certified ISO 31000 Risk Management Professional now!
This 3-day Risk Management training enables you to become a Certified ISO 31000 Risk Management Professional. Both the training and the exam are based on the ISO 31000 Risk Management standard which can be used by private and public organizations of any size, industry or sector. In this intensive 3-day training you develop the competence in the foundations of the ISO 31000 Risk Management Standard.By means of in-depth training, practical exercises and sample multiple-choice questions, you will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully pass the official exam. You will become familiar with the vocabulary, principles, framework, and risk management process, proposed in the ISO 31000 Standard. During the training, the general ISO 31000 Risk Management Principles and Guidelines will be presented and its 2 companions, the ISO Guide 73 Risk Management Vocabulary and the ISO 31010 Risk Management Risk Assessment Techniques.... [-]
Learn the Best Practices in Information Security Risk Management with ISO 27005 and become Certified ISO 27005 Risk Manager! [+]
The purpose of ISO 27005 (latest update) is to provide guidelines for Information Security Risk Management. ISO 27005 supports the general concepts specified in ISO 27001 and is designed to assist the satisfactory implementation of Information Security based on a Risk Management approach. ISO 27005 does not specify or recommend any specific risk analysis method, although it does specify a structured, systematic and rigorous process from analyzing risks to creating the risk treatment plan.
The 3-day Certified ISO 27005 Risk Manager training offers you knowledge of the concepts, models, processes and terminologies, described in ISO 27001 and ISO 27002, important for a complete understanding of the international ISO 27005 standard. ISO 27005:2011... [-]
Stakeholders and customers’ expectations, interconnected supply chains, evolving technology and regulatory compliance should be all managed to achieve the best results. These require risk management, planning, communication, and implementation for all organizations. [+]
Stakeholders and customers’ expectations, interconnected supply chains, evolving technology and regulatory compliance should be all managed to achieve the best results. These require risk management, planning, communication, and implementation for all organizations.Target Audience
This course is beneficial for companies that have dedicated risk management functions; it will keep them up to date with all aspects of risk management practices. It is also important for organization without risk management functions to learn practical techniques and tools of risk management.Learning Objectives
The main objective of this course is to learn managing threats and maximizing opportunities. The training is tailored based on your business type and organizational needs. It will help you to learn new skills and practice new techniques of risk management.... [-]
It provides a clear treatment of the scope and limitations of mean-variance portfolio theory and introduces popular modern risk measures. Proofs are given in detail, assuming only modest mathematical background, but with attention to clarity and rigour. [+]
The courses are based on 8 books from the "Mastering Mathematical Finance" (MMF) series published by Cambridge University Press. There are 8 individual courses - each covering the contents of one of the books.
Delivery is by means of one-to-one tutorials conducted via Skype by the authors and editors of the series, and regular coursework.Who are the courses aimed at?
The courses are designed to meet the continuing professional development and training needs of:Finance or IT professionals working in quantitative finance and risk management Individuals seeking a career change, managers who need to keep abreast with progress in these fields Prospective students who would like to prepare for entry to relevant postgraduate degree programmes Pre-sessional course ... [-]
Boost your knowledge and expertise with the strategic level course, as part of the CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification and take another step towards overall completion of this highly respected award. [+]
This course covers both financial and non-financial risk management as well as strategy. Learn how to evaluate and implement ideas to help control these risks and ensure organisation success.Learn about the social, political and economic context of business, including what control systems can be implemented to ensure effective management of an organisation and how to solve issues, which can arise due to weakness, associated with these systems. Learn about the various types of risk that can affect an organisation, including financial, commodity price and business risks – such as fraud, contractual inadequacy or loss of reputation – and how to quantify an organisation’s risk exposures and report on them. Evaluate the various risk management strategies that can be executed and understand the purpose of internal control systems to not only identify potential risks but also its role in managing them. Understand what makes good corporate governance when related to internal controls and learn to evaluate the ethical issues that can become a risk to an organisation. Learn about audit process and the various tools that can be applied during; understand the principles of the audit and review process and learn how to solve problems during the practice. Delve even further into the subjects of corporate governance and the ethical issues that can be faced by an organisation. Analyse the financial risks that an organisation can be faced with and their possible sources. Look at the various alternative risk management tools, their accounting... [-]
Develop the skills required to make informed business strategy decisions by completing the CIMA Strategic Level course. The course will take you through several disciplines and techniques that will help develop the skills required to make long-term strategic decisions. [+]
By completing this course you will master the advanced principles of management accounting and equip yourself with the know how to make long-term strategic financial decisions.
E3 – Strategic ManagementStudents will learn how to formulate and implement a long-term strategy, creating the vision for long-term, sustainable success. This involves: Defining the corporate mission, objectives and stakeholders, and performing a Position Audit and Corporate Appraisal. Including Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics into the business strategy. Implementing Change Management processes, and using Strategic Performance Measurement to assess success. ... [-]
Improve your knowledge of risk management processes with this popular risk management certification from the reputed Project Management Institute (PMI®). [+]
The course focuses on the risk management aspects of project management, providing students with a strong knowledge of risk management processes, strategies required to mitigate those risks and improve project outcomes.Getting started and introduction to PMI-RMP® Risk Management Framework Principles and Concepts Introduction to Project Risk Management Plan Risk Management Identify Risks Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis Plan Risk Responses Control Risks Tips and Tricks Final Words Who is it intended for?
This course is for project management team members who are tasked with risk management activities or project professionals who need a better understanding of risk management principles and techniques.... [-]
A one-day event designed to give you the tools to plan for the next business disaster. [+]
The next natural disaster, IT glitch or terrorist attack could disrupt your business. Just how long could your company survive?
Predictions of a pandemic, devastation from recent hurricanes and tornadoes, employee fraud, computer viruses—no business can afford to discount the potential impact of such unforeseen events. Having an enterprise-wide Business Continuity Plan could mean the difference between recovering from a disruption of business operations and losing the business.
Whether you are part of the leadership team of a small to medium-sized company or senior management of a large corporation—you need to prepare for the next business crisis. And preparation is not just about surviving an IT outage but protecting business facilities, equipment, services, transportation, people, finances and more. A comprehensive continuity plan can put you in control when the next unexpected event threatens your business.... [-]
If you manage projects every day and need advanced skills, this course is the second step for continued development for any project manager. [+]
We have revamped our Advanced Project Management Course—and now include Project Risk Management. Same great course; just more depth. Project Risk Management filters its way throughout the course, but has one intensive module dedicated to the topic as well.
If you manage projects every day and need advanced skills, this course is the second step for continued development for any project manager. For maximum course benefit, we strongly recommend that you attend the Developing Project Management Skills or an equivalent course and have at least one-year practical project management experience. Participants should review project management principles prior to attending this course.... [-]
Provide with the overview of credit risk market and practical application of modelling techniques. [+]
Providing insight and applications essential to the informed practitioner
Combining technical depth with real-world relevance, the programme has been designed to provide participants with a balanced overview of the credit risk market, the instruments traded and the practical application of modelling techniques.
Credit Risk Management presents an in-depth understanding of credit risk and credit-related instruments, and hands-on experience in using data and models to assess credit risk to value the associated derivatives.
It aims to provide a balance between developing, on one hand, a sound conceptual framework and, on the other, market understanding and insight.... [-]
To introduce students to key concepts, skills and techniques needed to manage risk effectively in organizations. A training offering examining the theory and practice of risk management [+]
A training offering examining the theory and practice of risk management.Objectives To introduce students to key concepts, skills and techniques needed to manage risk effectively in organizations.PMBOK Knowledge AreasIntegration Management Scope Management Time Management Cost Management Risk Management
Topics CoveredTypes and sources of risk Australia/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4360:1995 Risk management process (risk identification, impact, planning, control) Creating and using risk checklists Risk impact matrix Statistical roots of risk management Modeling risk Monte Carlo simulations Use of the normal, beta and triangular distributions Decision trees Analytical hierarchy process (AHP) Benefit-cost analysis (reviewing trade-offs) Political risk Overview of risk mitigation strategies Independent verification and validation with risk assessment groups (RAGs) ... [-]
To provide participants with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to weight benefits against cost in making a wide range of project decisions, from prioritizing projects to selecting vendors to deciding how to configure a project solution. [+]
ObjectivesTo provide participants with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to weight benefits against cost in making a wide range of project decisions, from prioritizing projects to selecting vendors to deciding how to configure a project solution. Participants will be exposed to the full range of benefit-cost methodologies, including both quantitative and qualitative approaches.InstructionMethod: Lecture, computer simulation, case studies, class exercises.Materials: Course workbook. Class exercises and case studies are used extensively. Exercises and case studies include: "Selecting a New Information System," "Killing the Project that Would Not Die," "Assessing the Value of the Asianda Fertilizer Plant," "Choosing a Project," "Buying a Computer," "Computing Discounted Cash Flows," and "Measuring Cost Savings." In addition, students create their own benefit-cost problems which they model and resolve using Expert Choice software, which employs the analytical hierarchy process (AHP).PMBOK Knowledge Areas - Integration Management - Scope Management - Time Management - Cost Management - Risk Management Topics Covered- Benefit-cost analysis principles: assessing benefits, assessing costs - Quantitative versus qualitative approaches to benefit-cost analysis - Basic techniques, including: benefit-cost ratios, scoring sheets, gap analysis, Murder Boards, Poor Man's hierarchy, Buss's ranking schema - The role of estimation in effective benefit-cost analysis, including projecting trends, employing reliable and valid data and models - Benefit-cost analysis on internal and non-profit projects: using cost avoidance as a measure of benefits - Computing discounted revenue and cost streams - Pitfalls of benefit-cost analysis - Analytical hierarchy process (AHP) as a significant benefit-cost analysis tool (Students will be supplied... [-]
The course focuses on how private investors approach infrastructure projects from standpoint of equity, debt and hybrid instruments. It concentrates on the practical aspects of project financing and the most frequently used techniques for infrastructure investments. [+]
The course focuses on how private investors approach infrastructure projects from standpoint of equity, debt and hybrid instruments. It concentrates on the practical aspects of project financing and the most frequently used techniques for infrastructure investments.
An OECD estimate of capital that will be committed towards global infrastructure development by 2030 for transport, power, water, and telecommunications is close to 71 trillion USD; which is about 3.5% of the annual world GDP from 2007 to 2030. Traditionally, infrastructure investments have been publicly funded but severe budget constraints and inefficient management by public entities have led to an increased private participation. The course focuses on how private investors approach infrastructure projects from standpoint of equity, debt and hybrid instruments.... [-]