Summary: The course is intended to provide participants with the knowledge and skills required to identify red flags and other early warning indicators used in the detection of problem banks. Participants will be able to design and discuss strategies designed to rehabilitate problem institutions. They will develop a better understanding of Problem Banks’ Resolution Management including the terminal stages of supervision of institutions with a high likelihood of failure, the need to identify such banks promptly and consider appropriate action.
Objectives: To provide participants with practical insights in detecting and diagnosing potential bank problems and in fashioning effective remedial action programs. Participants will have at least four or five years’ experience and have worked in on-site supervision or financial surveillance or legal enforcement related to bank supervision. Though they may not have direct personal experience in handling problem bank situations, participants will typically have sufficient familiarity with bank supervisory processes so that they can actively contribute to interactive course discussions.
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