New CBN Capital Adequacy Ratio Calculation

Change is usually said to be imminent. With the new policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria on the current reporting requirement for the calculation of capital adequacy ratio, CBN intends to move from the old and crude way of calculating the capital adequacy ration for Market, credit and operational risk to a more advance methodology using the standardized approach for Market & Credit risk and Basic approach for Operational risk.

We have analysed the implications of the policy change and the impact on banks. We have elso developed a formatted excel. All what you need to do is to plug and play!!!

Training has been scheduled for all banks and discount houses affected by the policy shift.

Please click here to download the training bronchus

Course Objectives

The goal of this two-day workshop is to provide participants with an understanding of how capital is regulated under Basel II and III as required by Central Bank of Nigeria and how this impacts the day to day business and strategy of banks.

Specifically the goals of the training are to equip participants to:

  • Understand the Central Bank’s requirement for the new capital adequacy ratio.
  • Understand the role and importance of capital in a bank’s balance sheet and identify the composition and relative importance of the different measures of capital from a Nigerian regulatory perspective (Core Capital, Tier 1 Capital and Tier 2 / 3 Capital)
  • Know the structure of the Basel Accord (minimum capital requirement, supervisory review process and market discipline) and the key principles of each with relation to CBN new regulation.

Target Audience

Bankers, internal auditors, regulators and analysts, but is also appropriate for a broader audience who wish to gain insight into the new capital adequacy structure proposed by CBN and its importance for banks. The course is targeted at an intermediate level and assumes an existing and basic understanding of accounting, banking products and functions.

Workshop Times

At Charles and Gold consulting, typical timings for our courses; upon registration we shall advise you if these have changed.
Breakfast: 8.30am
Course Start: 9.00am
Course End: Between 5.00pm and 5.30pm
Lunch: Starts between 12.30pm and 1.00pm, and lasts no longer than 1 hour
Short breaks: 10-15 minutes are taken mid morning and mid afternoon.