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The marcus evans financial training division is a market leading provider of practical and interactive training courses, tailored to the specific requirements of industry practitioners from the financial sector.

For over 20 years we have been developing courses of the highest calibre for industry practitioners. Our clients' increasing demands for high quality hands-on training, drives our focused output. Thorough research ensures their applicability to your current business concerns.

Training courses are being offered on a world-wide basis from our production offices across Europe, the US, Africa and the Asia-Pacific region. This international network affords a global view of emerging training needs in the most dynamic industries. We only use the world’s leading trainers who have been formally assessed and recommended by industry leaders. They all come equipped with many years of hands-on experience working at leading financial institutions. This ensures a unique teaching experience for the attendees.

Our public courses are also an ideal opportunity to meet and network with other industry professionals from leading financial institutions. In addition all of our courses can be delivered in-house at your premises. This enables you to customise the course content to match the specific requirements of your organisation.

  • Funding Matters: Evidence-based Deposit Modelling
    A practical guide to establishing a complete and integrated framework for data-driven, near-real-time deposit modeling using next-generation tools and techniques to measure, monitor and manage accounts, balances and rates.
    Downtown Conference Center, New York, NY 30-31 Jan 2017
  • Understanding the New Fiduciary Rule
    Achieve the clarity that is lacking in the DoL’s Fiduciary Rule
    Downtown Conference Center, New York, NY 13-14 Feb 2017
  • Modern Derivative Pricing and Risk Management for Counterparty Credit, Collateral Financing, and Capital
    A comprehensive look at the valuation adjustments now referred to as XVA
    Singapore 20-21 Feb 2017
  • Anti-Money Laundering, Sanctions and Financial Crime Compliance
    A comprehensive guide to analysis, implementation and execution of an effective crime-prevention strategy and tactical plan for financial institutions.
    NH Royal Metrotel, Bogota 20-21 Feb 2017
  • Funds Transfer Pricing: Risk Taking, Pricing and Transfer and the Implications for IRR, Liquidity Risk and Profitability Management
    FTP is an essential business management process for effective and meaningful risk and profitability management at all depository institutions
    The Marriott Courtyard, Toronto, ON 22-23 Feb 2017
  • CRD IV, CRD V, and Bank Capital Standards
    Banking Pillars: How Banks of All Sizes Can Achieve Excellence under Basel III
    Dorint Hotel, Frankfurt 27-28 Feb 2017
  • Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book
    Understanding the fundamentals of IRRBB and how it differs from interest rate risk in the trading book
    The Betsy Hotel, Miami, FL 27-28 Feb 2017
  • PRIIPs and the Key Information Document
    A challenge too far – resolving the conundrum of intent versus liability in investor protection.
    Holborn Bars, London 1-2 Mar 2017
  • Developing a World Class Third Party Vendor Risk Management Program
    Incorporating Third Party Vendor Risk Management Strategies to Meet Compliance Objectives and Improve your Understanding of your Third Party Vendor’s Security and Privacy Posture
    NBC TOWER | Chicago, IL 2-3 Mar 2017
  • Strategic Frameworks for Financial Crimes Programs
    Bring Together Multiple Disciplines and Domains for a Strategic, Progressive, and Innovative Approach
    NBC TOWER | Chicago, IL 2-3 Mar 2017
  • Practical Approaches to Trading Volatility and Correlation in Energy Markets
    A comprehensive overview of strategic techniques in trading volatility and correlation that will help expand your portfolio
    Linguarama Centre, Berlin 2-3 Mar 2017
  • Comprehensive Economic Capital and Credit Risk Modeling Masterclass
    Practical guidance for financial institutions on issues of estimating key credit risk parameters for wholesale and retail portfolios that meet both economic and regulatory objectives
    Downtown Conference Center, New York, NY 6-7 Mar 2017
  • Comprehensive Balance Sheet Stress Testing
    Understand and deliver best practice stress testing for financial services firms
    Dallas, TX 6-7 Mar 2017
  • IFRS 9 Impacts on Credit Risk Modelling
    Ensure your credit risk models are consistent with IFRS9 standards
    Mumbai 6-7 Mar 2017
  • Funds Transfer Pricing: Risk Taking, Pricing & Transfer and the Implications for IRR, Liquidity Risk & Profitability Management
    FTP is an essential business management process for effective and meaningful risk and profitability management at all depository institutions
    Amba Hotel Marble Arch, London 9-10 Mar 2017
  • Practical Model Risk Management
    A two-day course covering all aspects of establishing and enhancing a practical, effective and efficient Model Risk Management framework which delivers useful models
    Downtown Conference Center, New York, NY 9-10 Mar 2017
  • Adjusting Stochastic Volatility Processes for Negative Interest Rate Scenarios
    Assessing the impact of uncertain volatility and lower boundaries on the valuation and risk management of OTC derivatives
    Linguarama Centre, Milan 13-14 Mar 2017
  • Comprehensive Balance Sheet Stress Testing
    Understand and deliver best practice stress testing for financial services firms
    Amba Hotel Marble Arch, London 13-14 Mar 2017
  • Operational Risk under the SMA and the Future of Operational Risk Modelling
    A two-day interactive course exploring the knows and unknowns of the SMA and what role more quantitative approaches to operational risk, including the AMA, will play in the future
    Holborn Bars, London 16-17 Mar 2017
  • Modern Derivative Pricing and Risk Management for Counterparty Credit, Collateral Financing, and Capital
    A comprehensive look at the valuation adjustments now referred to as XVA
    Holborn Bars, London 20-21 Mar 2017
  • Model Reform under FRTB
    A deep dive into the changes required for market risk models under FRTB, focusing on solving model implementation issues as well as optimising capital allocation and desk structures
    Hilton Canary Wharf, London 23-24 Mar 2017
  • Qualitative Assessment of CCAR Capital Planning
    Learn how to design a Fed-compliant approach to the qualitative assessment, as CCAR's scope goes beyond stress testing.
    Downtown Conference Center, New York, NY 27-28 Mar 2017
  • Enterprise Risk Management
    Empowering your business’s line of defense against the dynamic and volatile nature of enterprise risks by elevating your organisations’ economic value with the right risk appetite
    Melbourne 27-28 Mar 2017
  • Effective Capital Management
    Practical tools and sound advice to tackle changing regulatory requirements
    The Betsy Hotel, Miami, FL 28-29 Mar 2017
  • TLAC for Banks: Implications and Implementation Strategies
    Design and implement a relevant, commercially oriented approach to understand and meet the new TLAC requirements in an efficient and fully compliant manner
    Downtown Conference Center, New York, NY 30-31 Mar 2017
  • Implementing an Effective Enterprise Risk Management Program
    Master ERM within your institution to combat existing and emerging risks
    Downtown Conference Center, New York, NY 3-4 Apr 2017
  • Comprehensive Economic Capital and Credit Risk Modelling Masterclass
    Practical guidance for financial institutions on issues of estimating key credit risk parameters for wholesale and retail portfolios that meet both economic and regulatory objectives
    Hilton Canary Wharf, London 3-4 Apr 2017
  • Deposit Modeling Workshop
    Think critically about behavioral models for non-maturity deposits
    San Diego, CA 3-4 Apr 2017
  • Modern Derivative Pricing and Risk Management for Counterparty Credit, Collateral Financing, and Capital
    A comprehensive look at the valuation adjustments now referred to as XVA
    Toronto 3-4 Apr 2017
  • Bilateral margin requirements under EMIR
    An in-depth overview of the margin requirements for bilateral otc-derivatives.
    London 6-7 Apr 2017
  • Navigating Third Country EU/EEA Access and Passporting
    A look at all aspects of the regulatory hurdles and administrative issues where Third Country firms are looking to do business in Europe and across its member state borders.
    London 6-7 Apr 2017
  • International Payments
    Focus on latest legislation, liquidity management and avoiding common operational pitfalls
    Linguarama Centre, Barcelona 6-7 Apr 2017
  • Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book
    Understanding the fundamentals of IRRBB and how it differs from interest rate risk in the trading book
    Hilton Canary Wharf, London 20-21 Apr 2017
  • Asset & Liability Management: Moving Beyond the Model
    A Comprehensive Perspective on the Measurement and Management of Interest Rate Risk, Liquidity Risk, Funds Transfer Pricing and the ALCO Process
    Washington, DC 3-4 May 2017
  • Compliance Series: Anti-Corruption Compliance
    Understanding and Complying with the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, the US’ Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and the UK Anti-Bribery Act
    Linguarama Centre, London 4-5 May 2017
  • Practical Approaches to Credit Risk Modelling Under IFRS 9
    A primer on practical guidance for financial institutions focused on assets valuation and provisioning in delivering optimal credit risk modelling in compliance with IFRS 9
    Berlin 8-9 May 2017
  • Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) Modeling
    Practical guidance for modellers in financial institutions on issues of estimating expected credit losses for wholesale and retail portfolios under the new FASB Accounting Standards Update 2016-13
    Downtown Conference Center, New York, NY 15-16 May 2017
  • Comprehensive Balance Sheet Stress Testing
    Understand and deliver best practice stress testing for financial services firms
    NBC Tower, Chicago, IL 23-24 May 2017
  • Operational Risk Management
    Implementing a Basel Compliant Operational Risk Management Program
    Dowtown Conference Center, New York, NY 7-8 Jun 2017
  • Stochastic Dynamic Programming for the Energy Sector
    Implementing Stochastic Dynamic Programming for energy sector assets
    Hilton Canary Wharf, London 12-13 Jun 2017
  • Compliance Series: Risk Management- A Focus on Fraud
    Successful Strategies and Approaches to Managing Fraud Risk
    Linguarama Centre, London 20-21 Jun 2017
  • Funds Transfer Pricing: Risk Taking, Pricing and Transfer and the Implications for IRR, Liquidity Risk and Profitability Management
    FTP is an essential business management process for effective and meaningful risk and profitability management at all depository institutions
    Boston, MA 21-22 Jun 2017
  • Practical Approaches to Liquidity Stress Testing: Capital, Leverage and Liquidity
    Understand your institution’s liquidity needs in time of stress for various target operating models, fulfilling both regulatory and economic objectives
    NBC Tower, Chicago, IL 12-13 Jul 2017
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