Stress Testing and Risk Regulation – Part 1

Stress Testing and Risk Regulation – Part 1
2 hours course
Certification free
Course by EdX
Stress Testing and Risk Regulation – Part 1
What will you learn?
Describe the rationale for risk regulation.
Explain the motivations for change to the BIS capital accords for Basel I to Basel III.
Demonstrate knowledge of the most significant trends and reforms in the development of risk regimes in the US, UK, and EU.
About the course

This economics and finance course surveys developments in the area of prudential risk regulation with particular emphasis on stress testing as the primary tool of regulation. This course will explain the motivations for changes to the BIS capital accords from Basel I to Basel III.

Upon completion of this course, participants will receive a certificate bearing the New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) name. A NYIF certificate is a valuable addition to your credentials, proving that you have acquired the work-ready skills that employer’s value.

For those who wish to go further, students can enroll in the other four modules to earn the complete Risk Management Professional Certificate, backed by the New York Institute of Finance’s 93-year history. As a final option, students may also opt to sit for the NYIF Certificate of Mastery Exam, resulting in the Risk Management Certificate of Mastery upon successful completion.

Stress Testing and Risk Regulation – Part 1
Learn how stress tests are used as the primary tool of risk regulation.
Anton Theunissen
Anton Theunissen
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