Basel Norms (Basel 1/ Basel 2/ Basel 3) Simplified

Introduction and side by side comparison of Basel I / Basel II/ Basel III, Different Risk Measures & capital associated
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  • Lectures 34
  • Length 4 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 4/2015 English

Course Description

What is the this course about?

This course is about Introduction to Basel Norms. It provides

  • details of Basel accords: such as Necessity, it's Advantage and Shortcomings
  • side by side comparison of Basel I vs Basel II vs Basel III – risks, pillars and approach
  • Different approach for Credit, Operational & Market Risk calculation and associated capital for each of them
  • Understanding of several terms capital adequacy ratio, Risk Weighted Asset, T1/T2 etc

What Terminology should be used by target audience to find this course

  • Basel Norms
  • Basel 1 / Basel 2 / Basel 3
  • Basel I / Basel II / Basel III
  • Capital adequacy ratio

What kind of material is included

It consists of 31 HD videos files and 3 PDF file of the presentation

How long course will take to complete?

It should take roughly 5 hours to go through the course content.

How is the course structured

  • It's first section is dedicated to Basel 1.
  • In the next section it gives details of Basel 2
  • Basel 3 is explained in section 3

Why take this course?

  • to get quick understanding of Basel norms
  • to understand why it was designed.
  • to understand why it was needed to migrate from Basel 1 to Basel 2 and then Basel 2 to Basel 3.
  • to understand the logic and need of such norms
  • to prepare yourself for advance study on Basel framework.

What are the requirements?

  • Should have finance background to get best understanding of the presentation

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand Basel accords: Necessity / Advantage / Shortcomings
  • Understand Basel I vs Basel II vs Basel III – risks, pillars and approach
  • Know different approach for Credit, Operational & Market Risk measurement and calculate capital required to safeguad against these risks
  • Learn several terms like capital adequacy ratio, RWA, T1/T2 , NSFR, LCR, Leverage ratio etc.

Who is the target audience?

  • Those who needs to learn basics of Basel norms should take this course
  • Those who needs advance training on basel should avoid it because it is an introductory course

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Basel I
Welcome Note
Section Overview
Necessity of Basel Norms
ROE and ROI - why banks tend to keep less of it's own capital?
Introduction to Basel I
Tier 1 (T1- Core capital) and Tier 2 (T2- supplimentary capital)
Pros and Cons of Basel I
Securitization, MBS and Regulatory Arbitrage
How to Increase Capital
Section PDF
26 pages
Section 2: Basel 2
Section Overview
Basel 1 vs. Basel 2
Introduction to Basel II
Risk Measurement Approach at a glance
Standard Approach of Credit Risk Measurement and Required Capital
Internal Rating Based Approach (PD, LGD, EAD, EL, VaR etc.)
Foundation IRB vs Advance IRB
Qualification Criteria for IRB approach
Pros and Cons of IRB approach in comparison of Standard Approach
Market Risk Measurement and Capital Required to safeguard against Market Risk
BIA and Standardized Approach for capital required against operational risk
Qualification Criteria for Standardized approach
Advance Measurement Approach (AMA) for operational risk
Wrppaing the section
Section PDF
43 pages
Section 3: Basel 3
Section Overview
Shortcomings of Basel 2
Introduction to Basel III and Basel II vs Basel III
Liquidity Recommendations of Basel 3
LCR - High Quality Highly Liquid Asset
LCR - Net Cash Outflow
Net Stable Funding Ration (NSFR)
Closing words
Section PDF
21 pages

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Gopal Prasad Malakar, Credit Card Analytics Professional - Trains on Data Mining

I am a seasoned Analytics professional with 15+ years of professional experience. I have industry experience of impactful and actionable analytics. I am a keen trainer, who believes that training is all about making users understand the concepts. If students remain confused after the training, the training is useless. I ensure that after my training, students (or partcipants) are crystal clear on how to use the learning in their business scenarios. My expertise is in Credit Card Business, Scoring (econometrics based model development), score management, loss forecasting and MS access based database application development.

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