Compliance Management System Assessment
Date: Nov. 17-18, 2016 (Thurs. – Friday)
Venue: RBAP, Intramuros, Manila
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm
Mr. Diego B. Ledda, Jr.
& Financial Consultancy Services
- For Member only
a. Early bird – P5,000 (on or before Oct. 21)
b. Regular Rate – P5,400 (After Nov. 21)
- Non-Member/Delinquent – P6,480
MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:
Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.
Non-Refundable commitment fee of P2,800.00 per participant.
Bank: LBP – Intramuros, Branch
Account Name: RBRDFI
SA No. 0012-1046-26.
Telefax (02) 527-2969 /527-2980
The seminar is intended to provide guidelines on the tasks,
duties and responsibilities of Compliance Committee Members (Directors)
and Compliance Officers to Bank Management and regulatory bodies, such as;
the BSP, SEC, DOLE, BIR, etc.
To come up with Evaluation and Assessment Tools and reports
related to the bank’s structure and operations.
To serve as guide in preparation of Compliance Program.
To serve as guide in preparation of Compliance Monitoring Report.
To learn how to prepare Stress Testing for Loans; and Business
Continuity Plan (BCP) & Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)
To learn to assess BOD, Directors, Committees, etc.
Compliance Officer, President, Director, Branch Manager, Internal Auditor,
Credit Risk Officer, and IT Audit
a. Business Risks Affecting Capital and Earnings
b. Rationale and Elements of Compliance System
c. Basis of Mandating Compliance Review System
d. Corporate Policy Framework
B. General Purpose of Compliance Function
a. Compliance Functions for Rural Banks
b. Oversight Functions
c. Sample Compliance Structure of Complex and Simple Rural Banks
d. Structure and Relationships with Other Functions of Rural Bank
e. Communicating Compliance Matters
f. Expected Corporate Policy
g. The Chief Compliance Officer
h. Duties and Responsibilities of Compliance Officer
i. Rights and Authorities of Compliance Officer
C. The Compliance Program and Differentiation from Other Bank’s Programs
a. Reasons in Adopting Compliance Program
b. Objectives of Compliance Program
D. Structural Components of Compliance Program
a. Evaluation Criteria in Compliance Risk Assessment
b. Enforcements, Sanctions and Rewards
c. Solutions and Remedies
- Power of BSP to examine Banks
- Activities Considered as Unsafe and Unsound Practices
- Prompt Corrective Action Framework
- Requirements in Declaring Dividends
- Stress Testing and Sample
- Business Continuity
- Sample Assessments
- Board of Directors
- Individual Director
- Senior Management
- Internal Auditor
- External Auditor
- Information Technology
• Prepare Stress Testing for Loans
• Prepare Stress Testing of BCP-DRP
• Prepare Annual Assessments
- Bring laptop per Bank/Participant
- Bring BCP-DRP Manual
- Bring List of Top 30 Loan Borrowers per Bank with the following information
Name of Borrower Outstanding Principal
Bank’s Status Classification
No. of Days Past Due Allow for Credit Losses