Dear Globalrisk Community member,
We are very happy that many of you decided to take courses offered by GlobalRisk Community in cooperation with Kesdee.
For all those who are still planning to do trainings in the area of Finance and Risk we prepared a short introduction about our partner - KESDEE.
KESDEE is the world's largest financial e-learning company. KESDEE's e-learning catalog consists of 750 accredited e-Learning courses on various topics in Banking, Finance, Accounting, Insurance and Risk Management. In addition, KESDEE offers eCoaches, the web-based tutorials for Certification Exams in Risk Management and Financial Analysis.
KESDEE's e-learning solutions are relevant for the providers of financial services, as well as for users, regulators, advisors and educators of financial analysis.
KESDEE's clients are from the following verticals:
Banking and Financial Services Industry, Regulators of Financial Services, Large Corporations, Small and Medium Enterprises, Consultancy Firms, Technology Companies, Educational Institutions and Professional Associations.
KESDEE's e-Learning Course Catalog:
Currently, KESDEE's product suite consists of 750 courses organized into 69 course libraries spanning over 1000 hours of e-learning. The Excel file comprising all trainings and products is attached to this discussion.
A few examples of KESDEE’s clients:
Federal Reserve Board (FRB)
Office of Comptroller of Currency (OCC)
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
KESDEE’s e-Learning courses are available both in English & Spanish. You can read more in the attached brochure.
KESDEE's Certification Tutorials (Exam Preps):
a) ePRM Coach (Library of 72 Courses)
b) Associate ePRM Coach (Library of 35 Courses)
c) eFRM Coach for Part I & Part II Exam (Library of 81 Courses)
d) eCoach for the CFA® Level I Program (Library of 76 Courses)
KESDEE’s e-learning & Reference Solutions are approved for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) and Continuing Education (CE) credits by prestigious certification agencies such as:
- Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (CFA Institute)
- The Institute of Certified Bankers' TM (ICB)
- Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. (CFP), USA
- The Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists®
- The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS)
- National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
The courses are divided into the following categories:
2. Bank Balance Sheet Management.
3. Bank Branch Management.
4. Core Banking and finance.
5. Corporate Treasury Management.
6. Financial Markets and Instruments.
8. Trade Finance.
9. Regulations and Compliance.
12. Wealth Management.
The complete list of trainings is available via the Course Catalog or you can download the Excel sheet attached to this thread.
What you get.
One (1) year of unlimited access to the course / course library purchased, during which the learner can access any number of times. E-mail support for content and technical issues. Access to Job Aids – a section that contains calculators and policy documents & templates, regulations in PDF format, which are printable. Access to Online Chat, Discussion and Progress Tracking features
How to proceed with the training.
You will find the catalogue under the Learning tab of our website.
1.Navigate to the Learning tab on http://globalriskcommunity.com and select course libraries you want to follow. Alternatively go directly to the following link: Course Catalog Choose your training and proceed with the registration. After the registration has been completed you will receive an e-mail from KESDEE with your password.
2. To start training please go to the Learning tab on http://globalriskcommunity.com , click on subtab Portal and Login into it using your UserID and Password. Alternatively go directly to the following link: e-learning portal.
I wish you a successful learning and best of luck in your exams.
Thank you for being here.
GlobalRisk Community, founder
Given the abysmal track record of risk management along with (and likely the because of) the questionable scientific basis for the major data gathering instrument, i.e. the facilitated self-assessment, the reliance on the Gaussian curve, and goofy metrics like VAR, it seems that certification effectively codifies bad practices while simultaneously asking the practitioner to pass a professional examination on pseudoscience.
I understand your position. The methods you described are still in use by the financial institutions. As result of the crisis the limitations of these methods became apparent for the mainstream practitioners and the task of educational organizations is to teach topics which are required by certification institutes and make students aware of the limitations.
I'm happy to discuss your proposals and ideas on changes in the curriculum and what trainings we can offer.