Online Training Basel II

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Online Training Basel II

  1. 1. Discover why 50,000 professionals have already switched to easy2comply<br />Operational Risk Management for Basel II<br />
  2. 2. Presentation Objective<br />Provide an overview of our Basel II building blocks<br />Offer insight into the look and feel of the application<br />Showcase how you can easily use our software<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Who is it for?<br />Our Basel II software has been designed with the needs of the Basel II Manager in mind and can be used by:<br />Basel II Manager<br />Basel II Steering Committee<br />Line Managers<br />3<br />No project is too big or too small<br />It can be used by small groups (1 – 5 users) all the way up to the whole enterprise (10,000 users)<br />Implementing our software has never been easier!<br />
  4. 4. Operational Risk Management<br />4<br />Organizational Structure<br />Risk & Control Self Assessment<br />Loss Data<br />Tasks, Notifications and Messages<br />Reports and Management Dashboards<br />
  5. 5. Organizational Structure<br />5<br />Organizational Structure<br />Risk & Control Self Assessment<br />Loss Data<br />Tasks, Notifications and Messages<br />You can also look at your business horizontally across the enterprise. This feature allows you to drag and drop parts of your business into simple structures to ease reporting and comparative analysis.<br />This is where you define your organizational structure. Our software combines a dual hierarchy: one for your business units, departments and locations, and one for your operational processes and activities.<br />Reports and Management Dashboards<br />
  6. 6. Organizational Structure<br />6<br />Each Unit can be documented in terms of Owner, Type, Risk Profile and Attachments<br />Structure can be built with no limitation to the number of levels<br />
  7. 7. Process Structure<br />7<br />Process is documented in terms of Risks / Controls, General Information, Risk Profile and Attachments<br />Structure can be built with no limitation to the number of levels<br />
  8. 8. Flowcharts (optional)<br />8<br />Process Documentation can also be added as an attachment (Word, Visio, etc.)<br />
  9. 9. Organizational Structure<br />Tasks, Notifications and Messages<br />Reports and Management Dashboards<br />Risk & Control Self Assessment<br />9<br />Assess your Risks using one or more of the available methodologies:<br />Impact vs. Likelihood Risk Square<br />Monte Carlo Simulation<br />Questionnaire / Balanced Scorecard<br />Risk & Control Self Assessment<br />Loss Data<br />Control your Risks by linking the relevant controls to the specific risks and determining the residual risk level.<br />Check the controls for their level of effectiveness.<br />Schedule the control checking process.<br />Identify your Risks within the business unit, department or process.<br />Document, categorize and classify the risks according to your own criteria.<br />Attach any supporting evidence to the risk record.<br />
  10. 10. Risk Assessment<br />10<br />Identify<br />Assess<br />Control<br /><ul><li>Impact
  11. 11. Likelihood
  12. 12. Risk Score
  13. 13. Control Mapping
  14. 14. Control Checking
  15. 15. Residual Risk Score
  16. 16. Risks
  17. 17. Description
  18. 18. Categories
  19. 19. Documentation</li></li></ul><li>Risk Identification<br />11<br />Identify and document all of the relevant risks<br />
  20. 20. Risk Assessment<br />12<br />Assessment performed according to a 5 x 5 matrix generating a Risk Score<br />
  21. 21. Risk Assessment<br />13<br />Single frequency parameter<br />Two severity parameters<br />Monte Carlo simulation<br />Annual expected impact<br />Annual unexpected impact<br />
  22. 22. Control Mapping<br />14<br />…together with the associated set of controls mapped to the risk<br />Here you can see the risk…<br />
  23. 23. Control Documentation<br />15<br />Controls can be fully documented and tested as needed<br />
  24. 24. Organizational Structure<br />Risk & Control Self Assessment<br />Tasks, Notifications and Messages<br />Reports and Management Dashboards<br />Loss Data<br />16<br />Capture your Loss Data and Event Data across your Organization<br />Loss Data<br />Assess the impact of the Loss or Event and link each impact to your Risk and Control map<br />Respond effectively to each event, draw relevant conclusions and allocate Actions accordingly<br />
  25. 25. Incident Management<br />17<br />Record<br />Cost<br />Lessons Learned<br /><ul><li>Multiple impact
  26. 26. Total cost
  27. 27. Indirect impact
  28. 28. How we can improve
  29. 29. Controls
  30. 30. What
  31. 31. When
  32. 32. Where</li></li></ul><li>Incident Recording<br />18<br />All incidents and events can be recorded in the database and allocated to the point in the organization where the incident has impacted<br />
  33. 33. Incident Costs<br />19<br />Itemized costs<br />Total financial impact<br />
  34. 34. Drawing Conclusions<br />20<br />
  35. 35. Tasks, Notifications and Messages<br />21<br />Organizational Structure<br />Define your own Alerts (for example):<br />Missed Due Dates<br />Approaching Control tests<br />Changes to the Risk Assessment<br />Changes to your data<br />Create and follow up on Actions:<br />Link Actions to your Control<br />Each Action has an Owner and a Due Date for follow up<br />New Messaging feature<br />Risk & Control Self Assessment<br />Loss Data<br />Tasks, Notifications and Messages<br />Reports and Management Dashboards<br />Notifications are sent directly to your email inbox with a link taking you to the software<br />
  36. 36. Tasks Management<br />22<br />All Actions and Tasks are listed under the Organization’s Action Plan. Actions are listed according to status, owner and due date<br />An individual action can contain multiple sub-tasks, each allocated to a different owner with a different due date<br />
  37. 37. Notifications and Messages<br />23<br />Software comes with the ability to generate reminders, alerts and notifications regarding Action Plan due dates and scheduled control tests. <br />These notifications are delivered directly into the user’s email<br />
  38. 38. Reports and Dashboards<br />24<br />Management Dashboards are colorful and interactive charts generated by our powerful charting engine<br />Organizational Structure<br />Built-in Reports are pre-defined report templates that can be generated and exported to multiple file formats<br />Risk & Control Self Assessment<br />Loss Data<br />Excel Reports are templates created by the User that define precisely the data wanted to be seen<br />Tasks, Notifications and Messages<br />Reports and Management Dashboards<br />
  39. 39. Built-in Reports<br />25<br />
  40. 40. Report Templates<br />26<br />User defines the data wanting to be displayed in the report<br />
  41. 41. Dashboards<br />27<br />
  42. 42. Operational Risk Management<br />28<br />Organizational Structure<br />Risk & Control Self Assessment<br />Loss Data<br />Tasks, Notifications and Messages<br />Reports and Management Dashboards<br />
  43. 43. Thank You<br />www.easy2comply.com<br />

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