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e-learning and reference solutions for the global finance professional Financial Institution Analysis - CAMELS Approach

e-learning and reference solutions for the global finance professional

Financial Institution Analysis - CAMELS Approach

A comprehensive e-learning solution dealing with the CAMELS approach for rating the safety and soundness of financial institutions.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

Understand qualitative as well as quantitative factors for evaluating financial institutionsAfter completing this course, you will be able to: Identify various risks faced by financial institutions

Identify various risks faced by financial institutionsquantitative factors for evaluating financial institutions Analyze financial institutions and assign overall ratings PO

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Financial Institution Analysis-CAMELS Approach

www.kesdee.com Financial Institution Analysis-CAMELS Approach Overview This product assesses different aspects of

Overview

This product assesses different aspects of

commercial banks operations to determine the

soundness of its condition. The courses

describe the methodology used by examiners

to assess these factors and the criteria for

assigning ratings to a bank. With the help of a

case study, the courses demonstrate the

method of identifying risks in internal

processes, the evaluation of these risks,

monitoring procedures and internal controls.

The case study guides us on how component

ratings and composite ratings are assigned by

examiners to a bank.

The themes of this product are:

Capital AdequacyThe themes of this product are: Asset Quality Management Competence Earnings Ability Liquidity Risk Sensitivity to

Asset QualityThe themes of this product are: Capital Adequacy Management Competence Earnings Ability Liquidity Risk Sensitivity to

Management CompetenceThe themes of this product are: Capital Adequacy Asset Quality Earnings Ability Liquidity Risk Sensitivity to

Earnings Abilitythemes of this product are: Capital Adequacy Asset Quality Management Competence Liquidity Risk Sensitivity to Market

Liquidity Riskof this product are: Capital Adequacy Asset Quality Management Competence Earnings Ability Sensitivity to Market Risk

Sensitivity to Market RiskThe themes of this product are: Capital Adequacy Asset Quality Management Competence Earnings Ability Liquidity Risk

Course Level & Number of Courses

Intermediate Level

Library of 8 Courses

Instructional Method Dynamic, Interactive e-learning

Recommended Background Familiarity with basic financial concepts

Target Audience

Every professional involved in the global financial services industry (as a provider, user, regulator or advisor of product/services, marketplace/exchange) would benefit from KESDEE’s innovative solutions.

Supervisory Agencieswould benefit from KESDEE’s innovative solutions. Central Banks Financial Institutions Commercial Banks

Central Banksfrom KESDEE’s innovative solutions. Supervisory Agencies Financial Institutions Commercial Banks Investment Banks

Financial Institutionsinnovative solutions. Supervisory Agencies Central Banks Commercial Banks Investment Banks Housing Societies/Thrifts

Commercial BanksSupervisory Agencies Central Banks Financial Institutions Investment Banks Housing Societies/Thrifts Mutual Funds

Investment BanksCentral Banks Financial Institutions Commercial Banks Housing Societies/Thrifts Mutual Funds Brokerage Houses

Housing Societies/ThriftsFinancial Institutions Commercial Banks Investment Banks Mutual Funds Brokerage Houses Stock Exchanges Derivatives

Mutual FundsCommercial Banks Investment Banks Housing Societies/Thrifts Brokerage Houses Stock Exchanges Derivatives Exchanges

Brokerage HousesInvestment Banks Housing Societies/Thrifts Mutual Funds Stock Exchanges Derivatives Exchanges Insurance Companies

Stock ExchangesHousing Societies/Thrifts Mutual Funds Brokerage Houses Derivatives Exchanges Insurance Companies Multinational

Derivatives ExchangesMutual Funds Brokerage Houses Stock Exchanges Insurance Companies Multinational Corporations Accountancy

Insurance CompaniesFunds Brokerage Houses Stock Exchanges Derivatives Exchanges Multinational Corporations Accountancy Firms Consultancy

Multinational CorporationsStock Exchanges Derivatives Exchanges Insurance Companies Accountancy Firms Consultancy Firms Law Firms Rating

Accountancy FirmsExchanges Insurance Companies Multinational Corporations Consultancy Firms Law Firms Rating Agencies Multi-lateral

Consultancy FirmsCompanies Multinational Corporations Accountancy Firms Law Firms Rating Agencies Multi-lateral Financial

Law FirmsMultinational Corporations Accountancy Firms Consultancy Firms Rating Agencies Multi-lateral Financial Institutions Others

Rating AgenciesMultinational Corporations Accountancy Firms Consultancy Firms Law Firms Multi-lateral Financial Institutions Others

Multi-lateral Financial InstitutionsInsurance Companies Multinational Corporations Accountancy Firms Consultancy Firms Law Firms Rating Agencies Others

OthersCorporations Accountancy Firms Consultancy Firms Law Firms Rating Agencies Multi-lateral Financial Institutions

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Financial Institution Analysis-CAMELS Approach

Library of 8 Courses
Library of 8 Courses

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Time taken to complete each Course: Two - Three hours

1. Overview of CAMELS

Introduction to CAMELSeach Course: Two - Three hours 1. Overview of CAMELS CAMELS (description of each component) Purpose

CAMELS (description of each component)- Three hours 1. Overview of CAMELS Introduction to CAMELS Purpose of a rating system Case

Purpose of a rating systemto CAMELS CAMELS (description of each component) Case study 2. Earnings Ability Different components of

Case study(description of each component) Purpose of a rating system 2. Earnings Ability Different components of earnings

2. Earnings Ability

Different components of earningsPurpose of a rating system Case study 2. Earnings Ability Importance of earnings to a bank’s

Importance of earnings to a bank’s financial conditionstudy 2. Earnings Ability Different components of earnings Different earning ratios on a UBPR 3. Capital

Different earning ratios on a UBPRImportance of earnings to a bank’s financial condition 3. Capital Adequacy The purpose of capital Factors

3. Capital Adequacy

The purpose of capitalDifferent earning ratios on a UBPR 3. Capital Adequacy Factors for evaluating capital adequacy The measurement

Factors for evaluating capital adequacyratios on a UBPR 3. Capital Adequacy The purpose of capital The measurement of capital Prompt

The measurement of capitalpurpose of capital Factors for evaluating capital adequacy Prompt Corrective Action 7. Sensitivity to Market Risk

Prompt Corrective Actionfor evaluating capital adequacy The measurement of capital 7. Sensitivity to Market Risk Components of market

7. Sensitivity to Market Risk

Components of market riskPrompt Corrective Action 7. Sensitivity to Market Risk Identifying areas sensitive to market risk Measuring

Identifying areas sensitive to market risk7. Sensitivity to Market Risk Components of market risk Measuring Interest rate Risk Evaluating and rating

Measuring Interest rate Riskof market risk Identifying areas sensitive to market risk Evaluating and rating sensitivity to market risk

Evaluating and rating sensitivity to market riskareas sensitive to market risk Measuring Interest rate Risk 8. Composite Rating Composite rating guidelines Summary

8. Composite Rating

Composite rating guidelinesand rating sensitivity to market risk 8. Composite Rating Summary of component ratings Assigning a composite

Summary of component ratingsmarket risk 8. Composite Rating Composite rating guidelines Assigning a composite rating to the case bank.

Assigning a composite rating to the case bank.Composite rating guidelines Summary of component ratings 4. Asset Quality Concept of asset quality Impact of

4. Asset Quality

Concept of asset qualitya composite rating to the case bank. 4. Asset Quality Impact of asset quality on bank’s

Impact of asset quality on bank’s financial statements.to the case bank. 4. Asset Quality Concept of asset quality Concepts of past-due and non-accrual

Concepts of past-due and non-accrual loansImpact of asset quality on bank’s financial statements. Analyzing asset quality ratios Asset classification and

Analyzing asset quality ratiosstatements. Concepts of past-due and non-accrual loans Asset classification and types of asset classification

Asset classification and types of asset classificationand non-accrual loans Analyzing asset quality ratios Rating of asset quality Adequacy of allowance for loans

Rating of asset qualityAsset classification and types of asset classification Adequacy of allowance for loans and leases losses (ALLL)

Adequacy of allowance for loans and leases losses (ALLL)and types of asset classification Rating of asset quality JOB AIDS Measurement Tools Benchmarking Data 5.

JOB AIDS Measurement Tools Benchmarking Data
JOB AIDS
Measurement Tools
Benchmarking Data

5. Management Competence

Management organization and functionTools Benchmarking Data 5. Management Competence Assessment of management Evaluation factors and ratings Case

Assessment of managementManagement Competence Management organization and function Evaluation factors and ratings Case study 6. Liquidity Risk

Evaluation factors and ratingsorganization and function Assessment of management Case study 6. Liquidity Risk Liquidity risk Liquidity

Case studyAssessment of management Evaluation factors and ratings 6. Liquidity Risk Liquidity risk Liquidity management

6. Liquidity Risk

Liquidity riskEvaluation factors and ratings Case study 6. Liquidity Risk Liquidity management Factors for evaluating liquidity

Liquidity managementand ratings Case study 6. Liquidity Risk Liquidity risk Factors for evaluating liquidity Ratings Case study

Factors for evaluating liquiditystudy 6. Liquidity Risk Liquidity risk Liquidity management Ratings Case study for analysis Calculator in Financial

Ratingsrisk Liquidity management Factors for evaluating liquidity Case study for analysis Calculator in Financial Institution

Case study for analysismanagement Factors for evaluating liquidity Ratings Calculator in Financial Institution Analysis - CAMELS

Calculator in Financial Institution Analysis - CAMELS Approach

1. Bank Ratio Analysis

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Available Products

KESDEE’s Off-the-Shelf e-Learning Course Libraries

Product Name

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3. Financial Institution Analysis - CAMELS Approach

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6. Capital Adequacy Planning (Basel I)

7. Basel-II-University

8. Operational Risk Management – Basel II

9. Futures and Forwards

10. Swaps

11. Options

12. Market Risk - Basic

13. Market Risk - Intermediate

14. Market Risk - Advanced

15. Value at Risk

16. Credit Analysis

17. Credit Ratings

18. Counter party Credit Risk

19. Credit Risk Modeling

20. Credit Derivatives

21. Operational Risk Management

22. Asset Securitization

23. Asset Liability Management for Insurance Companies

24. Anti-Money Laundering

25. Financial Privacy

26. Corporate Governance

27. Sarbanes-Oxley Act

28. Governance, Risk and Compliance

29. Money Markets

30. Fixed Income Markets

31. Equity Markets

32. Foreign Exchange Markets

33. Commodity and Energy Markets

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35. CTM - Treasury Analytics

36. CTM - Interest Rate Risk Management

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38. CTM - Implementation

39. CTM - Case Studies

40. CTM - Trading Operation Controls

41. Understanding Financial Statements

42. Budgeting

43. Management Accounting

44. Financial Accounting

45. Mutual Funds

46. Financial Planning

47. UCP600

48. International Trade Services

49. BBM - Deposits

50. BBM - Advances

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