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One of the truest signs of top management’s commitment to continuous improvement in their organization is that they not only support strategic training initiatives but that they actively participate in read more
The Riskworx Academy recently facilitated a virtual round table on the topic of Balance Sheet Optimisation on behalf of Arise Investments. Arise is a leading African investment company that partners read more
Now in it’s 4th year, the annual Riskworx Graduate program (known as the Mavericks program) kicked off in the last week of January ‘22 and is in full swing, with read more
In December 2021, the Riskworx Academy presented a Strategic Balance Sheet Management Masterclass to delegates from banks all over Africa.
The audience were all experienced Treasury, ALM or Balance Sheet read more
The Riskworx Academy was recently on assignment in East Africa to deliver online FX Risk Management Training.
With Africa’s perennial reliance on international commodity trade and a strong correlation between read more
Riskworx Academy recently presented a webinar entitled “The 3 biggest risks in African Banking – Liquidity, Liquidity & Liquidity” to the member banks of Arise Investments. The Arise investment portfolio read more
The Riskworx Academy recently presented a 4 day bank simulation workshop for the UCT (university of Cape Town) 2021 MCom Finance & Risk students, at their campus. The workshop, sponsored read more
Riskworx was approached by a consulting company that required our quantitative skills to build a multiple-pool approach Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) model for their client, a Tier 2 bank inread more
A Ugandan bank needed a model to calculate their twelve-month Earnings at Risk (EaR) figures and allow them to apply non-parallel shocks to the interest rates influencing their Income Statement.read more
Riskworx was approach by a financing company to review their model for calculating ECL (Expected Credit Loss) for the purpose of IFRS9 Credit Impairment reporting.
The existing model was read more