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Managing Enterprise Risk in the New Environment

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September 20, 2012 September 21, 2012


9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Chicago, IL [Map it]

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Dodd-Frank, and Operational Risk Impacts from Regulation

A Two-Day Course Led by Dr. Russell Walker

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This two-day session will provide an executive overview of Enterprise Risk Management with special emphasis on the importance of Operational Risk Management. The principles of Credit and Market Risk Management will be discussed in depth based on Basel III and the impact to retail banks from the Dodd-Frank act. The evolving role of the Risk Office in the new risk environment will be developed, with direction given on how leading firms have positioned and empowered their Risk Offices. Implications of risk management on corporate strategy will be reviewed with an executive perspective on the Basel III accords and the appropriate regulatory calculations and Value-at-Risk techniques. Given the great importance of understanding the risks in modern credit instruments, we will also review credit swaps, credit derivatives, and CDOs, examining inherent risks in each and how each poses unique counter party risks. We will also look at the role of Liquidity Risk and Model Risk in today's environment and how firms should prepare for the confounding of risks going forward. With Operational Risk viewed as a great driver in risk management, we will examine in detail the approaches for calculating Operational Risk and resolving the needed regulatory capital, under Basel III. International research on the risks and lessons from the 2007-2008 market and the role of Operational Risk in it along with outlooks on the US economy will also be covered, including Basel III and Dodd-Frank.


“Russell continues to shine in the presentation of difficult subject matter. He keeps information sufficiently broad to allow applicability across a diverse group of professionals.”

“Very good conversations came out of the materials, as did good examples from Professor Walker.”

"Excellent presentation; Great class participation.”

FEE: $1,995. PRMIA Sustaining Members receive an additional $100 discount.  Fee includes program materials, continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon coffee break. 

EARLY REGISTRATION: If registered by August 17, 2012, course fee is $1,795.

REGISTRATION:  You may register online with a credit card by clicking on Register Online in  the left-hand margin or by invoice. 

To pay by invoice, download and complete an enrollment form and e-mail completed form to

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For assistance with registration, contact Allyn Sellers at 612-216-4739 or

VENUE:  Kellogg School of Management, Chicago Campus