This master in banking and financial management is designed by the British Academy for Training and Development to help participants understand the general view of the credit function in the bank, and the different types of loans and advances provided by the bank, in addition to discussing the procedures for lending different accounts by one of the bank's branches. The course also highlights the financial analysis of the securities provided for loans and advances, and the classification of assets by banks based on their performance.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
Managers working in bank departments, whether management departments or sub-sections such as employment, salaries, bonuses, evaluation, training, in the bank.
All persons in leadership positions who are responsible for employees working under their management.
Those people who wish to develop their skills to obtain better positions in the management of banking and financial institutions.
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the course, delegates will be able to:
Bank Branch Credit Function Overview.
Preparing cadres capable of leading business enterprises in terms of providing professional and technical support to their enterprises.
Providing participants with the ability to professionally manage banks and financial institutions.
Identify the basic functions of managing banks and business institutions.
Lending principles and procedures.
Documentation of credit and penalties.
Credit control and loan recovery.
Accounting for financial institutions
Financial and global systems and markets
Feasibility study and project evaluation
Computer applications in banking
monetary and credit policies
Financial risk management for banks
Small project management
Total Quality Management
electronic business systems
Marketing Banking Services
Banking systems, management and supervision
Investment Banking Policies
Sales Reports Evaluation.
Formulation and implementation of market plans.
Note / Price varies according to the selected city