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Become an Expert in Reputational Risk in Banking and Finance

Learn how Reputational Risk is Quantified and why is it considered a "Terminal Risk" with the help of real world stories
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Platform: Udemy
Price: $14.99
Video: 1h 16m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Description

“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them”
– Galileo Galilei
Got a name?
Everything in this world with a ‘name’ needs to deal with Reputational risk to avoid earning a ‘bad name’.
Be it individuals like us or big brand like Apple, onus is always on the name owner to protect it with all her might.
We all feel the urge to ensure that we are perceived by the world exactly how we want them to!
But it’s easier said than done! As the very difference between who we are and how the world perceives us; leads to a massive risk to our image.
 
Maintain it!
Although, it is totally acceptable to see an entity engaged in damage control while facing image crisis. Yet, when we see a company or even politicians; actively trying to manage people’s perception about themselves; we ironically tag them as manipulative or fake.
Thus, managing reputation is not an easy task as one needs to maintain a fine balance between being manipulative to being reactive after earning bad rap.
If managing reputation is such a challenging task, then what  happens when it’s a bank in question struggling with its deteriorating image in public?
 
Be Bankable..
While, we heavily rely on these institutions to keep our money safe & secure however, what if they lose our trust?
Wondering if it ever happened in the history of banking when people lost trust on their bank and rushed towards its branches to withdraw all their money?
Well, it happened and not just once but many times. Nations across the globe have seen banks falling due to Reputational crisis and bank run (a phenomenon when a considerable part of the bank’s customers withdraw their money at the same time due to the fear that the bank won’t fulfil its obligations).
If a bank run takes place, it doesn’t really matter whether the fear is well-founded or only based on rumours, the result will always be the same, bank failure. No bank can survive if all its customers withdraw their money at the same time. Thus, a bank run is a self-fulfilling prophecy, it increases the likelihood of bank failures and destabilisation of entire economy.
This also explains why it is so important for a bank to maintain its image of a trustworthy and sound institute as they are the flag bearers of a functional economy.
 
Because Reputation is Everything
It’s not an easy task to characterize Reputation risk. We all know about it and have our own understanding on how to manage it.
For some, it is a specific risk with clear drivers and tangible business consequences, even if these are hard to quantify.
For others, it is a risk of risks that does not exist on a standalone basis.
A third perspective is that reputation risk is not a risk at all, simply an outcome of other risks.
While, these three views capture the ‘essence of reputation risk’ yet a lot is left unsaid about it.
Therefore, I decided to capture all the aspects of Reputational Risk in this course and you will find that there is much more to this risk than meets the ‘naked’ eyes.

Why Enroll?
This course will take you through a journey of interesting real world stories entangled within the Reputational risk concepts to ensure that every topic is covered in an engaging and non-imposing manner.
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Overview of Class
We will cover the following topics in detail:
•Why Study Reputational Risk?•Hypothesis “Reputation is Everything”. Stories:•Northern Rock Bank•ICICI Bank•Hypothesis “Reputation is Everything”. Stories:•3 Major Definitions•Basel Committee on Reputational Risk•What is at Stake?•Valuing Intangibles•Goodwill vs Reputation•Story of Royal Bank of Scotland•Qualitative & Quantitative Methodologies•Managing Reputational Risk•5 Steps Process•Why Manage Reputation•Who Should Manage•Story of SunTrust Banks•Advantages & Disadvantages•Reputation Management vs Crisis Management•Rightful place of Reputational Risk in Building Strategies•Essence of Reputational Risk•Summary

You will learn

✓ Clear understanding of how Reputational Risk can prove to be a ‘Terminal Risk’ in Banking and Finance world
✓ Good knowledge of Historic Events involving crisis to Reputation – Royal Bank of Scotland, Nortern Rock Bank, ICICI Bank, SunTrust Banks
✓ Understand how Reputational Risk is Defined, Measured and Managed
✓ Characteristics of Reputational Risk

Requirements

• Basic Understanding of Banking

This course is for

• Students with interest in the world of banking & finance.
• Any professional directly or remotely linked with the world of banking & finance

How much does the Become an Expert in Reputational Risk in Banking and Finance course cost? Is it worth it?

The course costs $14.99. And currently there is a 57% discount on the original price of the course, which was $34.99. So you save $20 if you enroll the course now.
The average price is $13.5 of 57 Banking courses. So this course is 11% cheaper than the average Banking course on Udemy.

Does the Become an Expert in Reputational Risk in Banking and Finance course have a money back guarantee or refund policy?

YES, Become an Expert in Reputational Risk in Banking and Finance has a 30-day money back guarantee. The 30-day refund policy is designed to allow students to study without risk.

Are there any SCHOLARSHIPS for this course?

Currently we could not find a scholarship for the Become an Expert in Reputational Risk in Banking and Finance course, but there is a $20 discount from the original price ($34.99). So the current price is just $14.99.

Who is the instructor? Is Sanjeev Kaushik a SCAM or a TRUSTED instructor?

Sanjeev Kaushik has created 1 courses that got 13 reviews which are generally positive. Sanjeev Kaushik has taught 39 students and received a 4.5 average review out of 13 reviews. Depending on the information available, Sanjeev Kaushik is a TRUSTED instructor.
Financial Risk Management Instructor
|| ~~ misfit yet friendly | curious yet ignorant | patient yet restless ~~ ||




Men are haunted by the vastness of eternity and so we ask ourselves, “Will our actions echo across the centuries, will strangers hear our name long after we are gone and wonder; who we were? How bravely we fought..how fiercely we loved….?”

Opening Narration – TROY 2004.

 

I consider myself a lifelong student of financial risk management and thoroughly enjoy my job as a risk professional, a career chosen carefully by choice and not by chance. 

I have spent well over a decade in carving Banking Risk Management as my area of proficiency by working on Basel implementation & regulatory reporting projects. 

An engaging Risk domain trainer with expertise in Banking Regulations, Data Governance & Risk Systems.

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Platform: Udemy
Price: $14.99
Video: 1h 16m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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