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Centre launches new Senior Executive Programme with CIOBS

A joint initiative by the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland (CIOBS) and the ICMA Centre at Henley Business School, this intensive three-day residential Performance through Professionalism workshop is designed for directors (executive and non-executive) and other senior executives to develop and demonstrate an in-depth, professional understanding of the industry's new landscape.

The programme is based on a solid foundation of professional and technical expertise and can be tailored for the in-house needs of each senior team. A custom-designed programme might include the use of the bank's own annual report and accounts, other internal documents and case studies. The workshops will be closely relevant to the live contemporary challenges faced by each team of participants.

The programme will ensure that executives:

  • demonstrate an in-depth understanding of risk management and have a good working knowledge of the new regulatory frameworks;
  • develop their ability to understand and challenge the viability of high leverage business models, wholesale market funding and securitisation programmes.

Workshops are usually held at Henley Business School's Greenlands campus next to the Thames, but other venues can be agreed. For the best learning environment 10-16 participants are recommended. Pricing depends on location, content, numbers and programme length.

To find out more see our Executive Education pages or contact Professor Brian Scott-Quinn, Director of Banking Programmes at the ICMA Centre on 07711 614060/

Published 30 April 2009

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