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Banking Regulation

Overview:

Introduction:

The objective of the program is to provide participants with the most up-to-date knowledge of the latest developments in banking, treasury, and performance appraisal systems, to develop their skills to carry out the associated business efficiently and to make a positive change in their direction according to the requirements and conditions of the work environment.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Familiarity with banking staff with the legal regulations governing banking.
  • Developing the awareness of bank employees of the rights, duties, and obligations of the bank on the part of the client and the client.
  • Banks and their employees shall avoid the risks arising from the non-application of the regulatory rules.
  • Training the participants on procedures to avoid and confront the problems they face during their daily work through practical applications.

Targeted Audience:

  • Compliance Officers / Managers and their Deputies
  • Managers with responsibility for internal compliance controls
  • Legal, Audit, Risk, Operations and IT Specialists
  • Risk Managers
  • Staff working in risk functions
  • Internal & External Audit Staff
  • Regulatory Representatives
  • AML Officers
  • Accountants
  • Lawyers

Course Outlines:

Unit 1:

  •    Introduction to banks in the financial and banking system and their relationship with commercial banks.
  •    Regulations and rules for supervision and supervision of banks.
  •    Rules relating to the opening and operation of accounts.
  •    The most important regulatory rules related to credit (bank loans, bank credits, credit cards, letter of credit, documentary credit, etc.)

Unit 2:

  •    The rules of the bank's information and the principle of keeping the secret of the profession and the rules of confidentiality of the bank accounts and the exceptions to them.
  •     Some provisions and practical applications relating to checks and other commercial papers in banking.
  •     Opening and maintaining bank accounts including updating of account.
  •     Maintaining Petty cash.

Unit 3:

  •     Payments to Suppliers.
  •     Cash.
  •     Bank Transfer.
  •     CAD ( Cash Against Documents).
  •     LC  at sight or deferred.

Unit 4:

  •    Trade Finance.
  •     LC Issuance.
  •     Bank Guarantees.
  •     Performance bonds.
  •     Bid bonds. 

Unit 5:

  •     Other Payment Guarantees.
  •     Facility with banks ( Brief Description).
  •    Types of accounts and identify the features of each account.
  •    Requirements for opening a current account at banks.

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