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An education and training framework for disaster risk management in banks

conference contribution
posted on 2006-01-01, 00:00 authored by Christopher Viney
Banks are the most significant financial institutions operating within nation-state and the global financial system. These institutions are exposed to a wide range of operational risks. Disaster risk management is a critical component of the wider operational risk management. The Bank for International Settlements, in conjunction with nation-state prudential regulators, is introducing measures that will require banks to identify, measure and manage operational risks within the context of new capital adequacy requirements. An essential part of any risk management process is education and training. This paper presents a structured education and training framework that will support the achievement of banks’ disaster risk management objectives. The education and training framework comprises three specific programs: (1) an induction/awareness program targeted to all personnel, (2) a contingency planning program – a specialist program for disaster risk management personnel, and (3) an executive program designed for senior management, directors and strategic decision makers.

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Event

European Applied Business Research Conference (2006 : Florence, Italy)

Pagination

1 - 9

Publisher

[EABR & TLC]

Location

Florence, Italy

Place of publication

Florence, Italy

Start date

2006-06-26

End date

2006-06-29

ISSN

1539-8757

Language

eng

Notes

This is a combined conference : EABR Conference and TLC Conference. The 2006 European Applied Business Research Conference And The 2006 College Teaching & Learning Conference : Program & Proceedings.

Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed; E Conference publication

Editor/Contributor(s)

R Clute

Title of proceedings

EABR 2006 : European Applied Business Reserach Conference

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