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The Banking and Finance Programs Training Department provides specialized trainings to the banking and financial industry in Egypt in accordance with the regulations issued by the Central Bank of Egypt. We also offer special programs that reflect the market needs to cover all banking functions through new programs and with the contribution of highly qualified instructors.

Furthermore, we offer contractual programs designed according to each bank’s request and an extensive range of programs in cooperation with the most reputed international institutions that cover the banking sector needs and present the latest topics in the banking industry worldwide.

 

Banking Information

Course Hours: 12

Course Description: This course will improve participants skills in performing due diligence collecting information and report writing as part of the credit analysis process.

Tools of Credit Analysis

Course Hours: 42

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn how to spread financial statements analyze the asset conversion cycle describe asset-based lending develop cash flow projections and historical cash flow statements and explain the key components of loan agreements.

Mortgage Finance

Course Hours: 18

Course Description: This course addresses the concept of adequate housing and housing in accordance to the Charter of the United Nations, the Constitution of Egypt, the real estate market and the types of real estate properties. Discussing the emergence of global real estate financing, explanation and definition of Mortgage Finance will be conducted within the context of Law No. 148 of 2001 and related implementing regulations. Highlights of new amendments, in accordance to Law No. 55 of 2014, related implementing regulations would be introduced, in addition to explaining the CBE initiative to finance the low and middle-income segments as well as the role of mortgage finance fund.

Credit Administration Functions

Course Hours: 15

Course Description: This course provides participants with the skills required to work in credit administration. The course will cover the role and function of credit administration and the various types of credit instruments and collateral.

Non-performing Loans and Methods of Problem Loan Resolution

Course Hours: 36

Course Description: In this course, participants will acquire the necessary skills to manage problem loans. These skills include identifying the signs of problem loans rescheduling and monitoring problem loans and using various methods to resolve problem loans.

Financing Investment Projects – Cash Flow Analysis

Course Hours: 40

Course Description: In this course, participants will acquire cash flow analysis skills to enable them to develop and analyze projected cash flows associated with investment projects.

Principles of Corporate Finance

Course Hours: 30

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the basic components and procedures of the credit process.

Practical Applications of Credit Analysis – Case Studies

Course Hours: 24

Course Description: In this course, participants will acquire the skills and knowledge to assess compliance of a bank’s credit activities with the bank’s own credit policy and Egyptian bank lending legislation and regulations. The participants will work on numerous case studies to apply knowledge acquired. The course will also cover key executive statutes of the Law on the Central Bank and the Banking System No. 88 of 2003 governing the lending process and relevant regulations issued by the Central Bank of Egypt.

Contract Finance

Course Hours: 24

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the general objectives in contract finance analysis with an emphasis on the difficulty in measuring and valuing risk, contract finance terminology, the structure of contract finance debt and contracts

Syndicated Loans

Course Hours: 24

Course Description: In this course, participants will get acquainted with the history of the market its inception go through the various stages of syndicated lending from the opening phase of seeking a mandate and negotiating a term sheet to syndicating documenting closing and trading a transaction as well as some options as when restructuring a transaction not terminating the way it was originally envisaged. This program also elaborates the role and duties of each party in the syndicate.

Financial Analysis for Evaluation Finance and Investment

Course Hours: 25

Course Description: This course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform financial statement analysis a crucial component in making financial, lending and leasing decisions

Financial Analysis Using Excel

Course Hours: 20

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn that Financial Analysis is the use of financial data and analyze it with the best ways and different styles as a basis for administrative decisions and financing of various projects that support continuous activity. The most important of these methods are the so-called financial analysis using financial ratios. However, the financial ratio is meaningless without explaining what it signifies.

Uniform Customs and Practices for Documentary Credit (UCP) – 600

Course Hours:18

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn how to apply the uniform rules and practice for documentary credits, differentiate between original and copied documents, examine invoices and insurance documents, and identify and work with non-compliant documentary letters of credit.

Foreign Trade Operations

Course Hours:25

Course Description: Introduce the trade finance services and products to the participants in a practical way using a set of exercises specially designed for this purpose. This set of exercises is delivered through studying different documentary credits and documentary collections scenarios. The reason behind that is to be able to deliver the suitable service tailored to each customer in order to maximize the customer and consequently the bank profit and reserving the rights of each.

Products Design and Development

Course Hours:25

Course Description: This course provides participants with the variety of skills needed to design and deliver retail banking products and services. The course also covers the risks in retail banking, different approaches to risk management, including credit scoring techniques, and working with problematic loans.

Collection and Settlement of Retail Banking Loans

Course Hours:28

Course Description: The program provides participants with all methods used in collection and settlement of retail banking products and how delinquency is classified into several categories. The program also shows the proper way of handling delinquent customers at all level, as well as, handling the portfolio transferred to external recovery offices.

New Techniques in Compliance

Course Hours:6

Course Description: This program aims at introducing the participants to the fundamental concepts of comprehensive banking compliance. Moreover, they are introduced to the main components and policies defining the system. They, also, get acquainted with a number of detailed implementation procedures, which aim at fulfilling this system using some practical examples.

Quality Management for Banking Operations

Course Hours:12

Course Description: This course is designed to address the deployment of quality management principles for the excellence of operations activities. Observance of Quality Management System (QMS) in carrying out operations activities will lead to increasing and continually developing the operations staff performance and their fundamental skills.

Cash Management

Course Hours:16

Course Description: In this course participants will learn the importance of cash department and the challenges facing it. In addition, they will learn about the impact of efficient cash management on banks’ level of service, as well as, profitability.

Universal Teller Technical Skills

Course Hours:16

Course Description: This course provides participants with wide variety of knowledge and skills required to work in different areas of banking operations.  It also provides an overview of the Egyptian banking system, the role of the Central Bank of Egypt, the prototype bank, the process of internal banking operations, the cash area operations and the legal aspects of banking operations.

SWIFT Transfers (Clients and Banks)

Course Hours:21

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn SWIFT basics, the message structure, the concept of the message’s fields, the basic elements of SWIFT messages and the ideal way to handle transfers. Participants will learn how to eliminate potential errors in communications with correspondents to avoid the repair charges.

Banking Systems and Operations Framework

Course Hours:36

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn about the banking system, the role of the Central Bank of Egypt and the role of banks in economic development.  In addition, they will learn about retail banking, the variety of retail banking services and products offered, trade finance, and anti-money laundering requirements. Finally, participants will acquire the basic skills needed to perform a variety of banking operations.

Liquidity Management

Course Hours:12

Course Description: In this course participants will learn the fundamentals of monitoring cash flow to achieve best employment of funds. This course also highlights the impact of cost efficiency in the decision making of several banking operations through case studies. Finally, the course presents “cash/liquidity management” service that banks provide to their customers.

Trade Finance – Case Studies

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This course addresses the important issues under international chamber of commerce ICC publications related to trade finance tool. Through which participants (CDCS holders) will refresh their acquired knowledge, and challenge their understanding of ICC publications.  Sharing experience and going through some important articles/rules of which they are using in day to day activities. Also, it is important to identify the risk faced when dealing with trade finance tools and how to mitigate that risk, considering the ultimate protection needed for involved parties. The course targets candidates who work in trade activities including trade finance officers who hold CDCS certificates.

Compliance for Practitioners

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This course is designed to provide the participants with a great insight into the banking compliance standards for regulatory and anti-money laundering banking legislations and how to conduct a compliance program in a financial institution.

Examination of Documents Presented Under Documentary Letters of Credit – Case Studies

Course Hours:25

Course Description: This course is designed to address the recently observed market need to develop the fundamental skills of those working in the fields of trade finance. The course should support their needs of having the required knowledge of International Chamber of Commerce rules published to identify compliance of documents presented under letters of credit, against its terms and conditions and against documents specifications mentioned in said rules.

Financial Inclusion

Course Hours:4

Course Description: This course is designed to discuss the subject of financial inclusion through its both sides: Demand and Supply, “Supply” represents the role of banks in enhancing financial inclusion through promoting e-banking to provide financial services to the maximum possible number of individuals and to help in formalizing unofficial business activities to become legally official. Moreover, the course also discusses the role of other entities in enhancing the “demand” side through a comprehensive financial inclusion strategy that creates financial awareness.

Foreign Trade

Course Hours:16

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn what’s meant by Trade Finance; type of shipping documents used in international trade. They will also be able to understand the different types of methods of settlements under the concept of risk ladder; identify types of documentary collections, types of documentary credits and letter of guarantees; they will also understand the various delivery terms used in international trade under Incoterms 2010 rules.

Retail Portfolio Management

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This course is designed to highlight the importance of identifying target segment in Retail Banking. It also gives a brief idea about products and services and how they are regularly developed to meet more customers’ needs and hence maximize profile profitability. Finally, the program provides tips about cross selling techniques and its positive impact on managing customer’s portfolio and ensure their engagement.

How Digital Banking and FinTech is Changing Banking

Course Hours:8

Course Description: As digital technology rapidly evolves; today’s consumers have higher expectation from financial services and have more choices in meeting their banking needs in less time and in convenience. This course aims to provide principles and tools in building a proper understanding of the bank digitalization and identifying Fintech.

Local – Foreign Letters of Guarantees and Standby Letters of Credit

Course Hours:24

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the procedures for letters of guarantee (LGs) and standby letters of credit (SBLCs), focusing on the operational aspects and the essential differences between foreign and local LGs.  Participants will learn the ICC Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees (URDG 758) and International Standby (Letter of Credit) Practices ISP 98 (ICC publication No. 590) Published by international chamber of commerce ICC. Besides the laws that regulate the letters of guarantee namely the Egyptian Trade Law No. 17 of 1999 and Bid and Auction Law No. 89 of 1998 and the definition of sponsorship as part of the Egyptian Civil Law No. 131 of 1948.

 

Fundamental Stock Analysis and Valuation

Course Hours:13

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn how to analyze corporate financial statements and forecast future corporate earnings, in order to determine the fair market value of company shares.

Investment in Securities

Course Hours:15

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the basic principles of investing and trading in securities, mutual funds, and security custody.

Mergers & Acquisitions

Course Hours: 16

Course Description: Mergers and Acquisitions represent important phenomenon in a nearly one century. This program will help the audience develop and implement successful strategies for Mergers and Acquisitions. Defining strategy and understanding the frameworks and tools behind Mergers and Acquisitions will allow the organizations to use Mergers and Acquisitions to gain a competitive edge and increase shareholder value.

Portfolio and Funds Management

Course Hours:24

Course Description: During this course, participants will gain an overview of the structure of financial markets, with a focus on capital markets and the types of financial instruments available. Participants will also learn the basics of portfolio and fund management, with the goal of maximizing returns and minimizing the risk.

Dealing Room Activities

Course Hours:16

Course Description: In this course, participants will acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to improve their efficiency and productivity in dealing room activities.  Participants will learn about foreign exchange markets, the money markets, the time value of money, and derivatives.

Treasury Products

Course Hours:16

Course Description: This course is designed to address the recently observed market need to develop the fundamental skills of those working in the field of Foreign Exchange and Money Market.

Measuring & Evaluating Banks Performance

Course Hours:20

Course Description: This program provides participants with the necessary knowledge to analyze and evaluate the banks performance by acquiring the skills of analyzing the financial statements of the banks to identify the financial factors affecting the performance and evaluate its financial position. As well identify the most critical problems inside each bank and the reasons of bank failure.

Fixed Income

Course Hours:16

Course Description: This course is designed to address primary dealers, staff, dealing room, ALM, auditors and supervisors, back office and financial department staff.

Asset and Liability Management

Course Hours:25

Course Description: In this course participants will learn the basic elements of bank financial statement analysis and the role and impact of asset/liability management in executing bank strategies and enhancing bank profitability. This course will also cover the time value of money the risk-return trade-off liquidity risk, and interest rate risk as well as the regulatory framework with regard to capital adequacy and Basel II.

Banking Cost Accounting

Course Hours:15

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn the basics of cost accounting, how to categorize costs, how to measure bank costs and revenues, and how to design a cost accounting system.

Financial Statements of Companies under the Egyptian Accounting Standards

Course Hours:18

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn the latest accounting standards used in preparing company’s financial statements and its amendments.  Participants will also acquire the skills required to work with various components of the company’s financial statements, understand the underlying accounting treatment and confirm their credibility.

Internal Audit from the Risk Perspective

Course Hours:32

Course Description: This course is designed to address the modern approach of auditing in alignment with bank’s strategy, professional standards and different types of risk exposure in the banking system.

Indicators of Errors and Fraud in Financial Statements

Course Hours:18

Course Description: In this course, participants will be introduced to different types of counterfeiting and fraud lists, financial documents. Participants will acquire skills to enable them to detect counterfeiting and fraud. Also, participants will learn methods to validate lists and financial documents.

Internal Control Systems

Course Hours:16

Course Description: This course aims to introduce the systems of risk management and internal control according to the Committee of Sponsoring Organization (COSO). It also introduces the important role of internal control in risk management and within the frame of implementing corporate governance.

Financial Accounting

Course Hours:28

Course Description: In this course, participants will understand how to recognize measure and disclose the financial statements elements and disclosures, which will be useful in making critical business decisions. Also, this course provides exactly the right balance between conceptual understanding and technical application and analysis.

Documents of Internal Auditor

Course Hours:25

Course Description: Enable auditors to perform the internal audit assignment in accordance with international standards issued by the American Institute of internal auditors “IIA” In addition to explaining the required working papers design and details (Internal Audit File Contents) and also the design/details of all types of the internal audit reports.

Treasury Audit

Course Hours:32

Course Description: This course aims to introduce the systems of risk management and internal audit according to the international principles and agreements. It also introduces the important role of internal audit in risk management. The course will also demonstrate the practical steps to perform an internal audit assignment and prepare the various reports. During this course participants will be provided with general understanding of typical roles and objectives of Bank Treasury Function which includes (Treasury Front Office (Dealing Room), Treasury Back Office and Treasury Middle Office (Treasury Monitoring Function).

What Every Manager Wants to Know About Budgeting

Course Hours:18

Course Description: Budgeting is a technique used to plan for the financial activities of an organization. Many organizations have departments or programs within the larger organization; each department or program may perform activities requiring a budget. A budget lists all revenues and expenditures and helps a program control the financial activities in which it takes part.

Audit Report Writing

Course Hours:12

Course Description: This course will guide the participants to the principles and techniques of internal auditing. As well, it will help them to plan and perform audit work complying with the important and latest standards with good practices

IT Auditing for Internal Auditors

Course Hours:24

Course Description: This course explains aspects of IT auditing, describes the establishment of IT audit programs and the process of conducting audits, and identifies the most relevant standards, methodologies, frameworks, and sources of guidance for IT auditing to enable IT Auditors to perform the IT audit function in such a way that maximize the value they provide to the Bank.

Fundamentals of Internal Audit

Course Hours:32

Course Description: This course aims to introduce the systems of risk management and internal audit according to the international principles and agreements. It also introduces the important role of internal audit in risk management and the Institute of Internal Audit (IIA) strategies and objectives. The course will also demonstrate the practical steps to perform an internal audit assignment and prepare the various reports.

 

Legal Aspects of Banking Activities

Course Hours:24

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn the legal framework for banking activities in Egypt.  They will also learn the legal aspects of banking transactions in Egypt and certain foreign transactions, including the unified international rules of collection

Crimes Related to Banking Operations

Course Hours:12

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn to define and discuss banking operations crimes as stipulated in various Egyptian laws and codes, including the Central Bank Law, the Anti-money Laundering Law, the new commercial code, and the penal code

Legal Aspects of Credit and Finance

Course Hours:12

Course Description: This program aims to give participants overview of the legal aspects of credit and finance in light of modernization given thought credit and accompanied by the development of legislative under called banking legislation, mainly the Central Bank Law 88 of 2003, and the contents of the regulations for the granting of banking credit and finance.

Arbitration and Alternative Settlements in Banking Disputes

Course Hours:20

Course Description: This course will cover the legal framework for arbitration, mediation and conciliation in financial industry and banking disputes. Participants will learn the basic processes and procedures of arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, and apply them during exercises based on actual cases. The course will also prepare participants to begin to act as mediators and engage in ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) activities on behalf of banks, as required by the Central Bank of Egypt.

Settlements in Banking Crimes

Course Hours:8

Course Description: In this course participant will be acquired with the general rules settlements in the civil law and settlements in light of the central bank and monitoring law number 88 for the year 2003, which was amended by the law number 162 for the year 2004 which allowed the reconciliation crimes in banks.

Credit Contracts and Bank Guarantees

Course Hours:6

Course Description: In this course, participants will be able to explain the main clauses in credit contracts and how to fulfill its legal data which entails mutual commitments between the bank and customer.

Introduction to Check Law

Course Hours:8

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the legal framework for different kinds of checks, including the specific commercial code and penal code regulations governing checks.  Participants will also learn to distinguish among the various kinds of checks.

Legal Aspects for L / C

Course Hours:6

Course Description: This course is designed to highlight documentary credit with respect to its nature, concerned parties and the relations that are generated from it. This is done from the legal perspective, according to the law of commerce number 17 for year 1999, and its importance in international trade contracts and financing it as a tool provided by the bank to reassure the concerned parties.

Legal Provisions of Administrative Contracts

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This course is designed to deliver types of contracts and general provisions for each contract (contract of sale, lease contract, constructing contract and supply contracts).

Companies Types and Laws

Course Hours:16

Course Description: This course aims to introduce all laws relevant to different types of companies and help non-legal bankers to decide on credit facilities requests on a sound legal basis in addition to avoid future problems resulting from the lack of understanding any legal aspects.

The Central Bank Law and Regulations (New Banking Law2020)

Course Hours:18

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn about the legal framework for the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), its role in the economy and the banking system, and CBE regulations governing the banking system.  They will also learn about the relationship of the CBE with the commercial banks, the role of public sector banks in the economy, the real estate mortgage market, bank secrecy laws, and the regulations governing the foreign exchange market.

Risk Management for Trade Tools

Course Hours:18

Course Description: This course addresses the risk related to trade finance tools. Through it, participants will be able to identify the risk faced when dealing with trade finance tools, and how to mitigate that risk. It considers the ultimate protection needed for involved parties who are related to trade finance tools against any expected loss of interests. The course targets candidates who work in trade activities including trade finance officers and credit officers in banks and traders.

Market Risk Management and its Significance to Basel II and III

Course Hours:24

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the basics, methodologies, approaches to optimize market risk management and the role that has to be played within any financial institution.

Methods of Measuring and Managing Risks

Course Hours:21

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn the concept of risk management, its function and processes in the banking environment.  Participants will learn to apply the methodologies for identifying and measuring credit, operational, market, and liquidity risk.  They will also learn the Basel core principles of risk management, the modern standard for risk management in the banking environment.

Retail Credit Risk

Course Hours:29

Course Description: The participants will gain information about retail risk management & how to control the risk of retail lending through all retail assets products with different strategies & within CBE regulations.

Credit Risk Management and Analysis – Case Studies

Course Hours:42

Course Description: This program has been designed to elaborate types of credit risk and means of reducing these risks that may result from bank lending, which develop the skills of workers in the banking industry, particularly in the field of credit, as well as different corporates employees and leasing companies and the Social Fund for Development.

Operational Risk – Best practices

Course Hours:32

Course Description: This training will show delegates how the correct mix of philosophical and operational elements combine together to ensure success of effective risk control. It provides a clear and deep glance of operational risk inside banks along with a systemic methodology.

Credit Risk Management Basics and Credit Rating

Course Hours:24

Course Description: This course will provide participants with knowledge about credit risk and Basel committee, in order to be able to identify customers’ creditworthiness in loan provisioning to reduce the degree of credit risk. Participants will also learn the Central Bank of Egypt rules and principles of credit worthiness for corporates, individuals and small enterprises.

Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) – Overview

Course Hours:12

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the definition of ICAAP and reporting requirements. A highlight on the Central Bank of Egypt’s regulations will take place. Discussions during the course will enable them to know how to build a satisfactory ICAAP report and how to evaluate the ICAAP.

Evaluation of Banks and Financial Institutions Risks

Course Hours:21

Course Description: This program provides participants with the necessary knowledge to analyze and evaluate the risks of dealing with financial institutions by acquiring the skills of analyzing the financial statements of banks to identify the financial factors affecting the performance of the bank and evaluating its financial and credit position as well as identifying the non-financial factors and the surrounding environment to assess the performance of these banks. This program also deals with inter-bank transactions, both domestic and foreign, and the risks related to such transactions.

Stress Testing

Course Hours:12

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the definition of Stress Testing within the ICAAP process and reporting requirements. A highlight on the Central Bank of Egypt’s regulations will take place. Discussions during the course will enable participants to know how to build a satisfactory Stress Test to best serve for the ICAAP process.

The International Framework of Basel Accords and the Road to Basel IV

Course Hours:24

Course Description: The banking industry has long been attached to the pillars of Basel Committee of banking control. This committee aims at defining a set of determinants for banking control, which guarantees achieving the safety of the international banking system. There are a lot of international variables which mandate the application of this committee’s tiers as one of the important international standards that supports the banking systems in different countries; especially with regards to globalization.  Globalization has rendered the banking industry and its various systems more attached and more effective of each other. For the sake of understanding this, this program has been designed to cover all the requirements of the banking system in order to apply these international pillars.

Operational Risk Management – Overview

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This course targets bankers in different departments in banks to get aquatinted with the concept of operational risk management and identify their role in a assessing and managing this risk.

Liquidity Risk Management & Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process (ILAAP)– Overview

Course Hours:12

Course Description: This program provides participants with the fundamental and necessary knowledge about Liquidity Risk Management & the Early Warning Indicators for liquidity crises. In addition, they will learn about the issues relating to the topics under Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment process (ILAAP); as well, to identify the liquidity ratios under Basel III (Calculation & Impacts) and recognize the Core Principles of Liquidity Risk Management.

Islamic Transactions According to Sharia

Course Hours:30

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn how to deal with the different types of banking transactions; in accordance with the Islamic concepts by studying the nature, types, characteristics and purposes of these concepts to be implemented in the various products of Islamic branches.

Principles of Banking Transactions in Islamic Banks

Course Hours:18

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the fundamentals of Islamic banking, including contemporary commercial financial and investment banking service applications, products and procedures that comply with Shari’a.

Murabaha According to Sharia – Case Studies

Course Hours:24

Course Description: In this course, bank employees will learn about the Murabaha method of Islamic finance, including immediate, installment and future Murabaha. They will also learn the underlying Islamic legal framework for Murahaba

The Release of $100 Bill

Course Hours:6

Course Description: This course is designed to address the new market need that rose from the issuance of the new $100 bill, whereby the course develops the skills of those working in the fields of foreign exchange, stock markets and brokerage agencies to enable them to define the security features in the new $100 bill opposed to old one.

Detection of Forgery and Falsification of Documents

Course Hours:28

Course Description: During this course, participants will acquire the skills necessary for the detection of forged currency and falsified documents, as well as learn the responsibilities of bank employees in dealing with cases of forgery and falsified documents. Participants will also acquire the skills required to differentiate between genuine and false official signatures and stamps.

New Techniques of Falsification in National ID Cards and Methods of Detection

Course Hours:12

Course Description: This course is designed to equip the participant with the required knowledge to be able to identify forged ID card.

Detection of ATM Fraud

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This course is designed to allow applicants, mainly supervisors of ATMs and customer services representatives, to determine and detect the fraud process which is taking place on the ATMs, also how to face it and eliminate it (if possible).

Latest Fraud Trends in Electronic Payment

Course Hours:16

Course Description: In this course participants will learn how to investigate, detect and prevent fraud in different fields of electronic payments such as cards, ATM’s, e-commerce, none face to face transactions and mobile payment, in addition knowing the latest fraud techniques with practical cases in Egyptian market.

New Techniques of Falsification in Credit Card Fraud

Course Hours:12

Course Description: This course aims at acquainting the participants with the fundamental skills that enable them to figure out electronic card counter and define other crimes related to electronic card payments

Detection of Forgery in (CNY)

Course Hours:6

Course Description: During this course, participants will acquire the skills necessary for the detection of forged Chinese Currency

 

 

Anti-Money Laundering – Definition

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This program is designed to teach the participant the basic concepts of money laundering and the financing of terrorism and to clarify the role of the various parties in the field of combating money laundering and financing of terrorism in accordance with the Egyptian legislation

Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism

Course Hours:16

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the basic concepts of money laundering and the financing of terrorism, and the latest international developments in the area of anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism.  Participants will also develop skills in conducting customer due diligence and detecting suspicious transactions.

Anti-Money Laundering – Advanced

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This program is designed to provide trainees knowledge approaching international entrusted with combating money laundering and terrorist financing and the standards issued them. With a focus on banking procedures to counter money laundering and the financing Terrorism. Participants will also develop skills in conducting customer due diligence and detecting suspicious transactions.

Anti-Money Laundering for Senior Management

Course Hours:8

Course Description: This program is designed to provide the trainees from senior management with knowledge about the Anti-money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism and the risks related to it.  Also, defining the framework of the Anti-money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism with explaining the rule of different parts in the Anti-money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism field according to Egyptian legislation.

 

 

 

Essentials of Bank Governance

Course Hours:12

Course Description: In this course, participants will acquire the skills and knowledge to explain the essentials and principles of governance of banks based on the governance instructions issued from the Central Bank of Egypt on 5th of July 2011, and based also on the international best practices from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Global Corporate Governance Forum (GCGF). Participants will also explain the key elements to structure an effective governance framework.

 

Financial Analysis for Evaluation, Finance, and Investment

Course Hours: 22

Course Description: This course will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to enable them to perform financial statement analysis, a crucial component in making financial, lending and leasing decisions.

 

Financing Investment Projects – Cash Flow Analysis

Course Hours: 34

Course Description: In this course, participants will acquire cash flow analysis skills to enable them to develop and analyze projected cash flows associated with investment projects.

 

Principles of Corporate Finance

Course Hours: 25

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn the basic components and procedures of the credit process

 

Foreign Trade Operations

Course Hours: 18

Course Description: Introduce the trade finance services and products to the participants in a practical way using a set of exercises specially designed for this purpose. This set of exercises is delivered through studying different documentary credits and documentary collections scenarios. The reason behind that is to be able to deliver the suitable service tailored to each customer in order to maximize the customer and consequently the bank profit and reserving the rights of each.

 

Banking Systems and Operations Framework

Course Hours: 27

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn about the banking system, the role of the Central Bank of Egypt and the role of banks in economic development. In addition, they will learn about retail banking, the variety of retail banking services and products offered, trade finance, and anti-money laundering requirements. Finally, participants will acquire the basic skills needed to perform a variety of banking operations.

 

How Digital Banking and FinTech is Changing Banking

Course Hours: 6

Course Description: As digital technology rapidly evolves; today’s consumers have higher expectation from financial services and have more choices in meeting their banking needs in less time and in convenience. This course aims to provide principles and tools in building a proper understanding of the bank digitalization and identifying Fintech.

 

Universal Teller Technical Skills

Course Hours: 12

Course Description: This course provides participants with wide variety of knowledge and skills required to work in different areas of banking operations. It also provides an overview of the Egyptian banking system, the role of the Central Bank of Egypt, the prototype bank, the process of internal banking operations, the cash area operations and the legal aspects of banking operations.

 

Cash Management

Course Hours: 12

Course Description: In this course participants will learn the importance of cash department and the challenges facing it. In addition, the will learn about the impact of efficient cash management on banks’ level of service, as well as, profitability.

 

Financial Inclusion

Course Hours: 3

Course Description: This course is designed to discuss the subject of financial inclusion through its both sides: Demand and Supply, “Supply” represents the role of banks in enhancing financial inclusion through promoting e-banking to provide financial services to the maximum possible number of individuals and to help in formalizing unofficial business activities to become legally official. Moreover, the course also discusses the role of other entities in enhancing the “demand” side through a comprehensive financial inclusion strategy that creates financial awareness.

 

Investment in Securities

Course Hours: 11

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the basic principles of investing and trading in securities, mutual funds, and security custody.

 

Treasury Products

Course Hours: 13

Course Description: This course is designed to address the recently observed market need to develop the fundamental skills of those working in the fields of foreign exchange, stock markets and brokerage agencies.

 

Internal Audit from the Risk Perspective

Course Hours: 26

Course Description: The course is designed to enable participants to define new internal audit and internal control new trends. In addition to the important role of internal audit department in the banking system. As well as preparing internal audit plan and internal audit reports in compliance with risk assessment approach.

 

Internal Control System

Course Hours: 12

Course Description: This course aims to introduce the systems of risk management and internal control according to the Committee of Sponsoring Organization (COSO). It also introduces the important role of internal control in risk management and within the frame of implementing corporate governance.

 

The Framework of Internal Control Systems

Course Hours: 1

Course Description: This program demonstrates the modern concepts, international standards and fundamental principles of internal control according to Basel Committee. It also introduces the important role of internal control in risk management and within the frame of implementing corporate governance.

 

Introduction to Check Law

Course Hours: 6 Course

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the legal framework for different kinds of checks, including the specific commercial code and penal code regulations governing checks. Participants will also learn to distinguish among the various kinds of checks.

 

Legal Aspects of Banking Activities

Course Hours: 18

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn the legal framework for banking activities in Egypt. They will also learn the legal aspects of banking transactions in certain foreign transactions, including the unified international rules of collection.

 

The Central Bank Law and Regulations (New Banking Law 2020)

Course Hours: 10

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn about the legal framework for the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE), its role in the economy and the banking system, and CBE regulations governing the banking system. They will also learn about the relationship of the CBE with the commercial banks, the role of public sector banks in the economy, the real estate mortgage market, bank secrecy laws, and the regulations governing the foreign exchange market.

 

The International Framework of Basel Accords and the Road to Basel IV

Course Hours: 16

Course Description: The banking industry has long been attached to the pillars of Basel Committee of banking control. This committee aims at defining a set of determinants for banking control, which guarantees achieving the safety of the international banking system. There are a lot of international variables which mandate the application of this committee’s tiers as one of the important international standards that supports the banking systems in different countries; especially with regards to globalization. Globalization has rendered the banking industry and its various systems more attached and more effective of each other. For the sake of understanding this, this program has been designed to cover all the requirements of the banking system in order to apply these international pillars.

 

Methods of Measuring and Managing Risks

Course Hours: 15

Course Description: During this course, participants will learn the concept of risk management, its function and processes in the banking environment. Participants will learn to apply the methodologies for identifying and measuring credit, operational, market, and liquidity risk. They will also learn the Basel core principles of risk management, the modern standard for risk management in the banking environment.

 

Operational Risk Management – Overview

Course Hours: 6

Course Description: This course targets bankers in different departments in banks to get aquatinted with the concept of operational risk management and identify their role in assessing and managing this risk.

 

Detection of Forgery and Falsification of Documents

Course Hours: 17

Course Description: During this course, participants will acquire the skills necessary for the detection of forged currency and falsified documents, as well as learn the responsibilities of bank employees in dealing with cases of forgery and falsified documents. Participants will also acquire the skills required to differentiate between genuine and false official signatures and stamps.

 

Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism

Course Hours: 10

Course Description: In this course, participants will learn the basic concepts of money laundering and the financing of terrorism, and the latest international developments in the area of anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism. Participants will also develop skills in conducting customer due diligence and detecting suspicious transactions.

 

Anti-Money Laundering – Advanced

Course Hours: 6

Course Description: This program is designed to provide trainees’ knowledge approaching international entrusted with combating money laundering and terrorist financing and the standards issued them. With a focus on banking procedures to counter money laundering and the financing Terrorism. Participants will also develop skills in conducting customer due diligence and detecting suspicious transactions.

 

Essentials of Bank Governance

Course Hours: 9

Course Description: In this course, participants will acquire the skills and knowledge to explain the essentials and principles of governance of banks based on the governance instructions issued from the Central Bank of Egypt on 5th of July 2011, and based also on the international best practices from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Global Corporate Governance Forum (GCGF). Participants will also explain the key elements to structure an effective governance framework.

 

Credit Certificate

Certificate Hours: 239

Certificate Description: The credit certificate provides participants with the fundamentals of accounting and financial statements. It also enables them to understand the lending techniques for effective credit decisions as well as other techniques that involve risk of trade operations from a credit perspective. Moreover, it gives the candidates perspective on the legal issues that govern the scope of credit activities. It is worth noting that EBI is applying up to date instructional methods; among them is Trial Desk, which allows participants to successfully complete the final desk based on real case studies.

 

Business Lending Certificate

Certificate Hours: 79

Certificate Description: The Business Lending Certificate is designed to provide participants with the fundamentals of accounting and financial statements. It also enables them to understand lending techniques for effective credit decisions.

 

Bank Lawyer Certificate

Certificate Hours: 119

Certificate Description: The Bank Lawyer Certificate has been designed to develop the competencies of lawyers working in the banking system to become aware of the objectives and roles of the Legal Affairs Department and its relationship to other departments and branches in the banking system and external bodies. The lawyers will acquire different types of knowledge about banking operations, from a legal point of view, as well as identify the laws related to the banking work.

 

Credit Certificate

Certificate Hours:  255

Certificate Description: The credit certificate provides participants with the fundamentals of accounting and financial statements. It also enables them to understand lending techniques for effective credit decisions as well as other techniques involving risk of trade operations from a credit perspective. Moreover, it gives the candidates perspective on the legal issues that govern the scope of credit activities. It is worth noting that EBI is applying up to date instructional methods; among them is Trial Desk, which allows participants to successfully complete the final desk based on real case studies.

Certificate in International Trade & Finance

Certificate Hours: 49.5

Certificate Description: Why study the LIBF Level 3 Certificate in International Trade and Finance (CITF)? The Certificate in International Trade and Finance (CITF®) provides you as a trade, export and commodity specialist with a thorough understanding of international trade procedures, practices and legislation. CITF® develops the appropriate technical knowledge and skills required to enable you to apply that knowledge to situations within the workplace. The qualification provides a core understanding of the products, documents, trade terms, roles and responsibilities that underpin international trade and finance. In addition to this core knowledge, CITF® helps you to develop a basic understanding of fraud prevention and risk in terms of trade finance. The qualification also develops an understanding of contemporary international trade and finance topics such as sustainability, digital disruption and innovation, ensuring that students have relevant and up to-date knowledge for the industry.

Corporate Finance Credit Professional Certificate

Certificate Hours: 283

Certificate Description: This intensive certificate is the outcome of a collaboration between EBI “Egyptian Banking Institute” and NYIF “New York Institute of Finance” and is presented as a co-branded certificate under the name of “Corporate Finance Credit Professional Certificate”. The certificate aims at creating a solid understanding of financial accounting, credit risk analysis, cash flow, projections; industry analysis and debt structuring. Participants will also understand the corporate finance & valuation methods and will gain a comprehensive knowledge about corporate funding alternatives and financing strategies. By the end of the program, participants are expected to be able to analyze financial statements of different types of corporates and evaluate their eligibility to get a finance. Moreover, throughout the program the participants will learn about Trade finance, Facility structure, ORR, Non- performing loans, Credit administration and banking investigation, Basel II & III in addition to Legal aspects that govern the scope of credit activities. Finally, participants will practice two Trial Desks where they will be able to utilize the different tools learnt during the program and apply them in real cases.

Bank Lawyer Certificate

Certificate Hours:  168

Certificate Description: The Bank Lawyer Certificate has been designed to develop the competencies of lawyers working in the banking system to become aware of the objectives and roles of the Legal Affairs Department and its relationship to other departments and branches in the banking system and external bodies. The lawyers will acquire different types of knowledge about banking operations, from a legal point of view, as well as identify the laws related to the banking work.

Business Lending Certificate

Certificate Hours:  100

Certificate Description: The Business Lending Certificate is designed to provide participants with the fundamentals of accounting and financial statements. It also enables them to understand lending techniques for effective credit decisions.

Certified Documentary Credit Specialist (CDCS)

Course Hours: 108

Course Description: The Certificate for Documentary Credit Specialists (CDCS) is a professional qualification recognized worldwide as the benchmark of competence for international practitioners; it was primarily designed for students with at least three years’ experience working with documentary credits. Its purpose is to enable documentary credit practitioners to demonstrate practical knowledge and understanding of the complex issues associated with documentary credit practice. CDCS develops the knowledge and skills required to accurately check documents and manage documentary credit transactions. Within this, it provides a core understanding of documentary credits and the products, parties, processes and rules that underpin transactions. As well as developing the ability to identify irregularities and risks.

 

Certificate for Specialists in Demand Guarantees (CSDG)

Course Hours: 100

Course Description: The Certificate for Specialists in Demand Guarantees (CSDG®) designed to enable demand guarantee professionals to demonstrate your knowledge and expertise. The qualification will develop your understanding in the use of guarantees, industry rules, legislation and the challenges relating to demand guarantees and standby credits. CSDG® enables you to demonstrate a high level of expertise and improves knowledge and understanding of the complex issues associated with demand guarantee best practice. CSDG develops the knowledge and skills required to manage demand guarantees and identify risks through application of knowledge and checking the accuracy of demand guarantee and standby credit presentations. Within this, it provides a core understanding of products, processes, parties, rules and regulations that underpin demand guarantees. The CSDG® will enable you as a demand guarantee professional to gain a practical knowledge and understanding of the complex issues associated with demand guarantee practice.

 

Certified Retail Banker

Course Description: The Retail Banking Academy is committed to making the Certified Retail Banker (CRB) qualification the recognized standard for professional retail bankers worldwide. Academy certifications will send a powerful message to your customers, colleagues and regulators that are committed to maintaining the highest standards of professionalism in your work. It will also provide you with an unmatched international network to fellow professionals and unparalleled research resource that can access at any time. Academy certification and the right to describe yourself as a Certified Retail Banker and use the CRB designation is achieved on successful completion of three program levels, each culminating in an exam: Retail Banking I Retail Banking II Retail Banking III Upon successful registration to the program, professional retail bankers are bound by the RBA’s ethical code. This is not just a course, it is a career-long commitment to recognizing the importance of retail banking and developing the skills necessary to have a fruitful career in the industry. The Certified Retail Banker (CRB) qualifications has been accredited by the Chartered Banker Institute, the oldest banking institute in the world. This professional qualification also provides a pathway to the institute’s flagship Chartered Banker program.

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For more information, you can get in touch with us through our email: bankingandfinance@ebi.gov.eg

 

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