The Certificate of Bank Treasury Risk Management (BTRM) is a six-month part-time course designed to empower individuals working or intending to work in every aspect of bank risk management and asset-liability management (ALM). The BTRM is unique in being the only professional qualification for bank Treasury, Finance and Risk professionals that covers every aspect of bank ALM and liquidity risk management. The strong emphasis of the course throughout is on practical relevance and equipping students with the tools and techniques used by banks in the real world.
- Gold standard Treasury, Finance and Risk qualification
- Qualify from anywhere in the world
- Practitioner orientated
- Expert teaching and support
- Lifelong learning
Start Date: Wednesday 14th October 2015
Claim your extra 10% GT News discount on the BTRM Certificate.
Claim this discount online by entering the code ‘GTnEws10’ in the ‘Special Discount Code’ box, then click check code. Enter ‘GT News- 10%’ in the special discount code box located on the hard copy booking form.
FORMAT: 1 live lecture per week over 22 weeks, 3 hour lecture (streamed live globally)
TEACHING HOURS: 66 (22 weekly lectures x 3 hours)
TOTAL LEARNING HOURS: 301
LOCATION: Central London / Streamed live globally
- Internet-based student-faculty forum and seminars.
- A global qualification with weekly worldwide interaction via WebEx during lectures.
- All lectures are recorded and stored on a personalised candidate’s area.
Please find the BTRM brochure here.
Along with the course, we will be hosting:
The BTRM 1st Annual Bank Risk Conference
In association with FinRisk, sponsored by SunGard
Central London: 21st, 22nd & 23rd October 2015
20% Early Bird Discount before 18th September 2015!
When two colleagues attend the third goes free!
Claim this discount online by entering the code ‘GTnEws10’ in the ‘Special Discount Code’ box, then click check code. Claim your extra 10% GT News discount on the regular conference. Just enter ‘GT News- 10%’ in the special discount code box located on the booking form. This discount can be added to the Early Bird Discount so 30% before 18th September.
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