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Banking Operations


Banking Regulation

        Anti Money Laundering

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        CMA Advanced Qualification Examination in AML/CTF

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        CMA Advanced Qualification Examination in Compliance

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        FATCA

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        Legal Principles of Banking & SAMA Regulations

Objectives · To make the banks staff aware of the laws which regulate the banking work, and the related SAMA regulation.

· To develop the banks staff awareness of the bank rights, duties, and obligations from one side and the customer from the other side.

· To avoid for the banks and their staff the risks emerging from not implementing the regulations and instructions of SAMA, which are related to the banking work.

· To provide training for the participants on the procedures of avoiding and dealing with the problems which they face during their daily work through practical implementation.
Contents · Introduction of banks in KSA, and the role of SAMA in the financial and banking system, and its relation with commercial banks.

· The rules and regulations of bank control and supervision.

· The regulations and instructions of SAMA, which are related to opening and operating accounts.

· The most important regulations and instructions of SAMA, which are related to credit transactions (banking loans, banking credits, credit cards, L/G, documentary credit, ..... etc).

· Bases of implementing the power of attorney in the banking work.

· Restrictions of providing the banks with information, the principle of keeping the secret of the profession, and the rules of the banking accounts secrets, and the exceptions.

· Some practical regulations and practices, which are related to cheques and other commercial papers in the banking work.
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        Methods of Detecting Counterfeiting in Banknotes

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        Methods of Detecting Forgery in Documents & Signatures

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E-Learning


English for Business Purposes


English for General Purposes


Fundemental Banking

        Build and maintain effective business relationships

Objectives The contect is currently available in Arabic language only.
Contents The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
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        Corporate Banking - Foundation Level

Objectives The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
Contents The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
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        Deal with or refer customer complaints

Objectives The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
Contents The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
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        Facilitate effective client centered solutions

Objectives The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
Contents The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
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        Handle out of scope corporate banking enquiries

Objectives The objective is currently available in Arabic language only.
Contents The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
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        Process standard banking reports

Objectives The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
Contents The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
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        Set up new client applications

Objectives The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
Contents The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
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        Take customers through the application process

Objectives The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
Contents The content is currently available in Arabic language only.
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Insurance Foundation

        Customer Advice and Market Conduct

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        Health Insurance

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        Insurance Claims Processing and Handling

Objectives The objective currently is available in English language.
Contents The content currently is available in English language.
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        Insurance Claims Settlement And Adjustment

Objectives The objective currently is available in English language.
Contents The content currently is available in English language.
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        Insurance Foundation Level

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        Insurance Sales - Foundation

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        Liability Insurance

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        Motor Insurance

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        Property Insurance

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        Protection and Savings

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        Underwriting - Foundation

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Investment

        Asset Allocation and Portfolio Construction Simulation - Module 2

Objectives The key objective of the program is to develop core portfolio construction and asset management skills, in addition to the following: 
Understand portfolio construction technique from basic to advanced 
Learn how to incorporate risk and return beliefs into a quantitative model 
Math and programming skills to implement optimal portfolio search 
Apply portfolio construction techniques to a global set of asset classes 
Understand the relevance of portfolio construction techniques to achieve objectives
Contents Day 1
- Traditional mean-variance theory
- Investor utility and risk aversion
Day 2
- Constructing a portfolio
- Developing a capital market line
- Optimizing the portfolio
Day 3
- Applying the portfolio to stocks and bonds
- Basic Math for modeling
- Using Excel to model asset portfolios
Case Study
- Construct a mixed bond and equity portfolios drawn from major global and regional indices with 2-3 assets
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        Asset Allocation and Portfolio Construction Simulation Module 1

Objectives The key objective of the program is to develop core portfolio construction and asset management skills, in addition to the following: 
Understand portfolio construction technique from basic to advanced 
Learn how to incorporate risk and return beliefs into a quantitative model 
Math and programming skills to implement optimal portfolio search 
Apply portfolio construction techniques to a global set of asset classes 
Understand the relevance of portfolio construction techniques to achieve objectives
Contents Day 1
- Asset classes
- Historical performance
- Markets: US vs. international
- Measuring risk
Day 2
- Historical risk
- Diversification
- 60/40 Portfolio
- Correlation between asset
Day 3
- Building a portfolio
- Alternative assets
- Market Impact
Case Study
- Diversifying an N-stock portfolio using VBA programming
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        Bank Manager - Module 1

Objectives This is a simulation based training. In this programme participants will manage a (publicly listed) bank over a full economic cycle
with the Bank Manager simulation. The Bank Manager simulation is a unique learning tool
because it combines all major levels of decision making (strategic, tactical and operational)
into one in a dynamic setting where time, the economy and competition progress continuously.
Decisions are entered continuously, and this is reflected in the debrief screens. These will show
the immediate impact of decisions just entered on risk, balance sheet, P&L, performance and
regulatory ratios.
The Bank Manager Simulation will provide a full new economic scenario (interest rates,
economy and markets) every round. It will also collect the team decisions and calculate and
provide updated Balance Sheets, Income and Cash Flow statements and Ratios to the teams
so that they can focus on
· Analyzing results of previous round decisions
· View the impact of the Economy, Interest Rates and Markets
· Review (and adjust) the strategy implemented
Contents Day 1 - BANKING, RISKS AND FINANCIAL MARKETS 
Overview of banking
o The core activities of a bank. 
How do banks make money and what are the risks  
Transferring 
Advising 
Trading 
Investing 
Summary of bank risks 
Different types & structures of banks (retail, commercial, investment & private banks) 
Bank strategies & products 
Overview of financial markets
o Financial markets impact on banking & Interpretation of financial data
o The role of the Central Bank
o The role of the treasury in a bank 
Bank Manager simulation (Start & interpretation of financial data) 
Applying theory and review the impact of Economy, Rates and Markets 
Impact and structures of banks (retail, commercial, investment & private banks)
Day 2 - INTEREST RATE RISK
Overview of interest rate risks
o Yield curves and yield curve movements
o Interest rate impact on assets and liabilities
o Identification of risk types (repricing, yield curve, basis optionality risks)
o Interest rate risk measurements (duration analysis, stress testing: EaR, VaR)
o Interest rate risk management (hedging, derivatives, capital allocation) 
Balance Sheet Interest GAP 
Appendix I: Financial Streams and Exposure. Impact of regulatory and economic changes
Bank Manager simulation (Manage Interest Rate Risk in a dynamic world) 
Pricing of Products and Funding 
The impact of the interest rate GAP on return and risk (when rates change)
Day 3 - LIQUIDITY RISK & CREDIT RISK
Risk Introduction
o Credit
o Market
o Operational
o Liquidity 
Overview of liquidity risk
o Measuring and monitoring liquidity risk
o Liquidity scenarios, assumptions & Liquidity stress testing 
Overview of credit risk 
Measuring and monitoring credit risk (LGD, PD, EAD, RAROC) 
Collateral valuation and provisioning 
Bank Manager simulation (Liquidity & Credit management) 
Observe and manage Credit, Market, Operational and Liquidity risks when -markets and
economy move. 
Summary and wrap up. Understanding bank's business models 
Activities 
Profit Generation 
Risk Management 
Review value drivers of a bank and management challenges when managing a bank over a full
economic cycle 
Banking is a balancing act
o Risk vs. Return
o Short Term vs. Long Term
o Asset Allocation vs. Funding / Capital
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        Bank Manager - Module 2

Objectives In this programme participants will manage a (publicly listed) bank over a full economic cycle
with the Bank Manager simulation. The Bank Manager simulation is a unique learning tool
because it combines all major levels of decision making (strategic, tactical and operational)
into one in a dynamic setting where time, the economy and competition progress continuously.
Decisions are entered continuously, and this is reflected in the debrief screens. These will show
the immediate impact of decisions just entered on risk, balance sheet, P&L, performance and
regulatory ratios.
Contents Day 1 - BANKING, RISKS AND FINANCIAL MARKETS 
Overview of banking
o Summary of bank risks
o Types & structures of banks (retail, commercial, investment & private banks)
o Bank strategies & products 
Overview of financial markets
o Financial markets impact on banking & Interpretation of financial data
o The role of the Central Bank
o The role of the treasury in a bank 
Overview of interest rate risks
o Yield curves and yield curve movements
o Interest rate impact on assets and liabilities
o Identification of risk types (repricing, yield curve, basis optionality risks)
o Interest rate risk measurements (duration analysis, stress testing: EaR, VaR)
o Interest rate risk management (hedging, derivatives, capital allocation) 
Balance Sheet Interest GAP 
Bank Manager simulation (Start & interpretation of financial data) 
Applying theory and review the impact of Economy, Rates and Markets 
Impact and structures of banks (retail, commercial, investment & private banks)
Day 2 - ALM MODELING & RISK GOVERNANCE 
Review of Credit and Liquidity risk 
Measuring and monitoring liquidity risk 
Liquidity scenarios, assumptions & Liquidity stress testing
o Banking Risk Overview 
Banking Risk Overview
o Credit
o Market
o Operational
o Liquidity 
Overview of credit risk
o Measuring and monitoring credit risk (LGD, PD, EAD, RAROC)
o Collateral valuation and provisioning 
Risk modelling
o Modelling and forecasting interest rate risk
o Modelling and forecasting liquidity risk 
Risk governance
o Global regulations & Basel III 
Bank Manager simulation (Modelling and Risk Governance)
o The Bank Manager Ratio Pages 
Financial Performance Ratios (CFO perspective) 
Basel II, III Ratios (Liquidity and Solvency Risks) 
Shareholder perspective 
Central Bank 
Observe Risk and Regulatory Ratios in a dynamic and moving market
Day 3 - MANAGING THE BANK FOR PROFIT 
Managing the bank for profit
o Return on Assets
o Return on Equity
o Leverage
o Credit Rating and Cost of Funding 
Management Information
o Performance and Structure Ratios
o Risk and Regulatory Ratios
o Investor and Depositor Ratios
o Stakeholder Scores 
Bank Manager simulation
o Summary and wrap up. Understanding bank's business models
o Activities
o Profit Generation
o Risk Management
o Review value drivers of a bank and management challenges when managing a bank
over a full economic cycle
o Banking is a balancing act 
Risk vs. Return 
Short Term vs. Long Term 
Asset Allocation vs. Funding / Capital
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        Market Trade - Module 1

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        Market Trader - Module 2

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        Tadawul Exam Preparation Course

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Management and Supervision

        Project Management (Basic)

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Office Management

        Secretarial and Business Organization Skills

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        Self Management

Objectives The objective currently is available in English language.
Contents The content currently is available in English language.
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        Skills, Preparing and Writing Letters and Reports

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Retail Banking

        Basic Selling Skills and Customer Handling

Objectives The objective currently is available in English language.
Contents The content currently is available in English language.
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        Credit Risk that affect customers

Objectives The objective currently is available in English language.
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        Customer Service

Objectives The objective currently is available in English language.
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        Introduction to Loan Processes

Objectives The objective currently is available in English language.
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        Retail Banking - Foundation Level

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        Retail Banking Operational Risk Management

Objectives The objective currently is available in Arabic language.
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        Set Up New Client Applications in Line with Procedures and Standards

Objectives The objective currently is available in English language.
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        The Retail Banking Operations

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