- Locations: 1378 Amman, 11953, Jordan
- Duration: 18 Hours
- Develop participants' abilities to drill down ICAAP components.
- Providing participants with a practical tool kit with respect to ICAAP processes, focusing on identification, measurement & monitoring of material risk drivers & factors.
- Explain latest banking industry approaches & regulatory trends with respect
- to ICAAP with particular attention to Securing the Bank's Risk-Bearing Capacity.
- Basic Structure of the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP).
- Principle of Proportionality / Indicators for Specifying Risk Structure.
- Levels of Application within the Bank:
- ICAAP at Various Levels within the Bank Group.
- Possible Methods of ICAAP Implementation at the Consolidated Level.
- ICAAP Components:
- Strategy for Ensuring Capital Adequacy.
- Assessment of All Material Risks.
- Aggregation of Risks.
- Classification of Risk Coverage Capital.
- Securing Risk-Bearing Capacity.
- Processes and Internal Control Mechanisms.
- Incorporating ICAAP into the Bank day-to-day operations.
- Risk Management Organization in the ICAAP.
- Functions of the Internal Control System in the ICAAP.
- ICAAP Implementation.
About Institute of Banking Studies
The Central Bank of Jordan began in 1965 to study the necessary means of setting up a team for theoretical and practical training aimed at promoting human cadres of the banking and financial sector and study its employees needs and satisfy their desires to advance their scientific and practical abilities . These efforts culminated in the creation of the Institute of Banking Studies in accordance with Article (37) Paragraph (d) of the Central Bank of Jordan Law and in accordance with the Institute,s Articles of Association No. (69) issued on 1970. The Institute was officially inaugurated on October 9, 1971 and was housed then at the Central Bank,s premises.
In the early 1990,s , the Institute witnessed a new stage ; the construction of the Institute,s permanent headquarter in Tla,a Al Ali , a suburb of the capital Amman . The complex was constructed on an eight dunums plot of land and comprised of administration units, academic and training activities halls, library, laboratories, cafeteria, health clinic and a multipurpose hall. Also , the Institute has two branches, one in Irbid and the other in Aqaba. The purpose of these branches is to widen the distribution of academic and training activities conducted by the Institute to cover the various regions of the Kingdom.See all Institute of Banking Studies courses