Operational Risk On Demand

Operational Risk On Demand products provide online access to training, research, and study tools. Select the Title to purchase. You can listen and access as often as you like within 30 days from the date of purchase.

  • Operational Risk: An Interactive Introduction
    Computer–based interactive instruction course designed for any individual or small institution interested in an introduction to or an overview of operational risk management.
  • Key Risk Indicators: Practical Issues
    Learn about the systematic collection and use of key risk indicators (KRI), through individual examples and illustrative data. This seminar explains and illustrates KRIs’ strengths and weaknesses in the areas of day-today management, reporting, loss forecasts, and capital adjustments. The seminar contains material that outlines how to best create, manage, and utilize a KRI library to track loss events. It outlines the current industry direction for internal and external KRI benchmarking.
  • Risk and Control Self Assessment (RCSA)
    Learn how to implement a Risk and Control Self Assessment (RCSA)—a key tool for assessing and managing operational risks within financial institutions. Learn what an RCSA is, why it is important, and how to implement it across all of your business units. You’ll be taken through an eight-step process for conducting an RCSA—from gathering data and tracking your risk exposure to implementing an effective action plan that will help your organization control and mitigate future exposures.
  • Internal Loss Events
    Internal loss data is an important component of an operational risk program. In order to evolve your organization’s internal loss data collection program from a mere exercise to a key management tool for your businesses, the loss data collection objective must be known and well understood, the process must be clear and simple, and the analysis must be intuitive and insightful. This seminar will explore the key concepts and issues around internal loss data and its collection.
  • Introduction to Operational Risk
    Introduction to Operational Risk teaches you the key aspects of operational risk. Learn what operational risk is, why it has grown in importance, why you need to control it, and the techniques you can use. Hear about the regulatory framework and the practical approaches to managing operational risk in a regional/community bank setting.
  • Practical Approaches to Operational Risk Management for Smaller Institutions
    Operational risk management has taken on an increased level of importance in recent years, with significant advances in many areas of the discipline. But the focus of the industry and its regulators, as well as nearly all of the literature on the topic, has been targeted toward larger institutions. This Web seminar explores the debate as to whether regional and community banks can benefit from a focus on operational risk management and offers pragmatic insights into how such institutions can create value by implementing a program proportionate to their needs.
  • Quantitative Modeling of Operational Risk
    The quantitative modeling required by AMA, although flexible, requires a set of statistical techniques as well as information, which can be in the form of loss data or scenarios analysis. This seminar provides you with an understanding of the tools and methodologies involved in operational risk capital modeling.
  • Understanding and Managing the Risk of Remote Deposit Capture
    Remote deposit capture (RDC) services are increasing in popularity and are now offered by the majority of financial institutions. In fact, no financial services technology has ever been adopted faster. While RDC offers compelling benefits for both the banks that offer it and their business banking customers, it is not without risks. This Web seminar reviews the risks associated with RDC and the ways in which banks can manage and mitigate those risks.
  • Understanding External Losses for a Robust OpRisk Program
    Learn how to extract valuable content from operational risk events in order to inform all aspects of a robust operational risk program, including change management initiatives, self-assessments, scenarios, and the basic precepts of using external events in capital models.
  • Understanding the Value of Scenario Analysis in Operational Risk
    Learn what scenario analysis is, how it works, its advantages and pitfalls, and the role of tools that facilitate its implementation. At the end of the seminar, the discussion will bring all these aspects together and focus on how to generate a measure of how much is at stake and how much institutions should hold to safeguard their businesses from extreme operational loss events.
  • Vendor Risk Management
    Manage vendor risk with an understanding of the regulatory requirements and guidance associated with developing a third party risk management program.

Coming soon:

  • Operational Risk: An Overview