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Managing Risks in Banking during the Covid 19 Crisis - COVID02WEB
The pandemic is affecting business models, operating processes, products, and communication flows resulting in the need for banking institutions to adapt rapidly. This webinar examines the impacts on treasury, asset management, and other key functions, and the most important risks you need to know about.
Who Should Attend
Senior management, board members, auditors and risk managers, anyone in banking and financial services (banking, insurance, asset management; credit, operations, liquidity risk, strategy, reputational risk) including IT, legal, marketing, sales, and suppliers.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn how COVID-19 has affected the front, middle and back office of banking institutions, and what internal and external risks are most pressing so you focus on what matters most.
1. COVID 19 Crisis and its Relationship to Other Crises
- Similarity to Historic Crises – The Black Death
- Similarity to Historic Crises – Spanish Flu
- Similarity to Swine Flu, SARS and MERSA
- Global Responses to Common Problems
2. Dealing with the Crisis:
- Risk Management
- Impact on Staffing
- Impact on Customer and Brand
- Impact on Supply Chains
3. The Impact on Financial Institutions:
- Impact on Banking
- Changing models
- Changing regulation
- Treasury uncertainty
- Restructuring facilities
- Impact on Insurance: Changing returns, capacity and coverage
- Impact on Asset Management
- Loss of performance
- Loss of income
4. Changing Models
5. Treasury Risks
6. Treasury Uncertainty and Actions
7. Impacts on the Insurance Industry-Actions and likely outcomes
8. Impacts on Asset Management-Actions to be taken
9. Longer Term Impacts: When will business return to normal?; What will the new normal look like?; Exacerbated change; What will this mean for target market?
10. Questions and Answer Session
Why You Should Attend
You should attend because COVID-19 has had a profound impact on all organizations, but the effects on financial institutions require a focused analysis.
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