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Sustainability Banking Global Best Practices

Why Attend

The crises have emphasized the importance of increasing our resilience to environmental and social (E&S) risks, with COVID-19 a dress rehearsal for the disruptive impacts of climate change and nature loss; with the 2008 financial crisis, the financial industry all over the world has deeply affected. Moving into the future, it will be more relevant for banks and other financial institutions to implement robust measures to address these emergencies. This McTimothy Training ‘Sustainability Banking Best Practices’ available in Ghana, Liberia, Kenya and Dubai, etc. training course is a comprehensive program that equips participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate the complexities of sustainability banking and best practices.

These shocks are accelerating the digital and sustainable transformation of banks. The banking industry is vital to achieving sustainable development due to its unique intermediation role, essential for mobilizing financial resources toward sustainable goals. Sustainable banking integrates environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria into traditional banking and sets ESG benefits as a key objective. Capital market decisions used to be based on a two-dimensional risk and return analysis. The new era of sustainable banking is based on three dimensions: risk, return, and impacts.

$ 181.29

Event Date: 27/05/2024 – 31/05/2024

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12/08/2024 – 16/08/2024

Price: $ 181.29

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course, participants would have:

  • Acquire a thorough understanding of global best practices in sustainability banking, including key principles, standards, and emerging trends.
  • Learn to integrate Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors into banking operations, risk management, and investment decisions for sustainable and responsible banking practices.
  • Navigate the regulatory landscape by gaining insights into sustainability-related regulations and compliance requirements applicable to the banking sector globally.
  • Develop strategies for identifying, assessing, and mitigating sustainability risks in banking operations, ensuring long-term financial resilience and stability.
  • Explore innovative technologies and strategies that promote sustainability within banking operations, including fintech solutions, digital transformation, and green finance initiatives.
  • Understand the importance of stakeholder engagement and effective communication in promoting sustainable banking practices, fostering positive relationships with clients, investors, and communities.

Target Audience:

This training is designed for professionals in the financial sector, including:

  • Bank Executives and Leadership Teams: CEOs, CFOs, and senior executives responsible for setting strategic direction and overseeing sustainability initiatives within the bank.
  • Risk Managers and Compliance Officers: Professionals involved in risk management and ensuring compliance with sustainability-related regulations and standards.
  • Investment and Portfolio Managers: Individuals responsible for managing investment portfolios and incorporating sustainability factors into investment decisions.
  • Sustainability Officers: Professionals dedicated to promoting sustainability practices within the banking sector, including ESG integration, green finance, and community engagement.
  • Regulatory and Compliance Professionals: Individuals involved in interpreting and adhering to sustainability-related regulations affecting the banking industry.

Training Methodology:

Our training employs a dynamic and interactive approach, including:

  1. Lectures and Presentations: In-depth sessions led by industry experts to provide comprehensive insights into sustainability banking best practices.
  2. Case Studies: Analyzing real-world case studies to understand how leading banks have successfully implemented sustainability initiatives.
  3. Group Discussions: Engaging in group discussions to share experiences, challenges, and best practices among participants.
  4. Workshops: Hands-on workshops to apply learned concepts in practical scenarios, enhancing practical skills.
  5. Guest Speakers: Inviting industry experts and practitioners to share their experiences and provide valuable insights.
  6. Interactive Q&A Sessions: Opportunities for participants to seek clarification, discuss specific challenges, and interact with trainers and peers.

By the end of this training, participants will not only gain theoretical knowledge but also practical skills to implement and champion sustainability banking practices within their organizations.

Fundamentals of Sustainable Banking

  • Concept of Sustainable Banking
  • Objectives of Sustainable Banking
  • Environmental, Social and governance issues
  • Principles of Sustainable Banking
  • Products & Services of Sustainable Banking
  • The Sustainable Bonds Market
  • Progress on Sustainable Banking

Banking Commitment to Sustainability

  • Redefine the Mission
  • Evaluate the Portfolio
  • Redefine the Strategy
  • Publish Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Metrics
  • Build Capacity, Train, Motivate, and Reward Employees
  • Foster Innovation
  • Identify Key Performance Indicators

Governance in Sustainable Banking

  • Principles and Practices in Corporate Governance
  • Ensure Adequate Information Disclosure
  • Ensure Fair and Inclusive Retail Financing Practices
  • Establish a Complaint Mechanism
  • Develop Responsibility Guidelines
  • Disclose Details of Important Clients
  • Support Transparency within the Extractive Industries

Risk Management in Sustainable Banking

  • Redefinition of Risk
  • Evaluate & Measure Risk
  • Minimizing Social and Environmental Risks
  • Define the Scope of Policies
  • Environmental and Social Risk Management System
  • Accept responsibility for Indirect Impacts
  • Accept responsibility in Sphere of Influence

Sustainable Banking in Practice

  • Reputational Benefits and Regulatory Requirements
  • Energy Efficiency and Financial Inclusion
  • New Sustainability Initiatives
  • Environmental and Social Capacity Building
  • Improved Brand Value and Reduced Costs
  • Improved engagement by the regulatory and international organization

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