Operational Risk has been increasing day by day in the Nepalese Financial Sector and large risks events are taking place one after another. INR Draft events taken place in Kathmandu, good for payment incident happened at one of the development banks and remittance fund embezzlement case incurred at one of the large commercial banks are the examples of a few incidents.
A structured training path through the credit life cycle from identifying and screening the prospective loan customers, importance of know your customer (KYC) assessment, Credit Underwriting, Financial Statement Analysis, Projections & Sensitizations, risk assessments, loan structuring, loan documentation up to learning how to identify and analyze the Early Warning Signals of financial distress and to formulate timely a viable debt recovery plan, etc.
Core function of the Bank and Financial Institutions (BFIs) is to collect deposit and from the public and extend the loan to meetdifferent financialneeds of the costumers. While providing loan that requires assessment of the costumers from different perspectives to ensure about proper utilization of loan in one hand and to make secure the Bank in distress situation. Legal risk should be one of the major aspect for BFI while credit appraisal.
Signature verification and counterfeit currency detection are day to day events in banks. And fresh hand will have fewer ideas to mitigate such risk. Also the first step to minimize risk is properly handled document with best knowledge of customers. This program is basically to generate ideas to know the customer properly and handling their cheques and cash in proper way.
The program aims to equip participants with sound knowledge on banking operations. Upon the completion of the course the participants will gain knowledge and skills that are very essential to be efficient in their field of work. This program will help participants get an overall concept of a bank’s working procedures. The participants will be able to:
1. Understanding the meaning and definition of credit
2. Structuring of the loans
3. Writing of credit proposal
Banking industry in Nepal has rapidly grown in last decade. With the growth, the industry has faced acute shortage of knowledge and skill of Sales, Service and Compliance in its existing pool of human capital. Lack of proper curricula, untrained trainers and absence of trainings in the industry led to huge knowledge gap within its human capital.
Bank and Financial Institutions have been giving extra focus in growing Retail/ Consumer Lending in the recent days as it contributes in diversifying the risks and enhancing the customer base. Due to comparatively low risk weightage on retail loans, exception a few products, retail loans have been enabling the BFIs to enhance more loans with the limited available capital, which has been further helping them to maximize profitability.