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     "The Study of Probability Theory stems from man’s inability and yet the
     need to comprehend the science of exactness."

                                                                                              Dr. Jeffrey C. K. Lim

 Seminars | Singapore

PRM05: Understanding The Anatomy of Financial Crisis Events and Its Applications To Risk Management

Comments from past participants

“As someone without a deep understanding of the types of risks in the financial markets, I found this seminar to be very informative in laying out the basic principles of identifying risks and the possible ways of managing them. Through Chris’ shared experience, I also got to learn about the complexities of trading and am now a lot more interested to find out how regulators (like BNM and the SC) will fare in managing the monitoring of new structured investment products. A great seminar I’d recommend to my supervisory colleagues!”

- Ms. Suffaneena Binti Ahmad Sufian
Bank Negara Malaysia, Malaysia.
[Class of December 2010]


“I am impressed with the facilitator’s depth of experience and knowledge. It brought back memories of the crisis then.”

- Mr. Lee Kwok Meng
Lion Global Investors, Singapore.
[Class of October 2011]


"It was a real pleasure listening to and learning from Chris sharing his wide and deep experiences elaborating on the past financial crisis events. His sharing of his own experiences during the various crisis’ that he went through in his career brings much color and “actuality” on the various ground events which transpired. I was also impressed by and fully appreciated Chris’ depth of coverage on Basel, right up to the latest Basel III."

- Mr. Max Ung
ABN AMRO Bank N.V., Singapore.
[Class of April 2016]


  • Risk Management is Everyone’s Business, not just the CEO’s, CFO’s or CRO’s! It should be a Business Enabler that must accompany the strategic development of business so as to lead it to new levels of accomplishment.

  • Learn to be an informed Financial Risk Champion, who is familiar with the background, different variations and impact of Financial Crisis, and the possible responses required.

  • Walk through the various actual crises faced by institutions, governments and regulators, and the international financial community over time, and how they responded.

  • Gain insight into the early market crisis in exchange rates, stock markets, housing and credit markets, and the extreme interest rates scenarios.

  • Be introduced to the Basel I Capital Accord, Basel II, their related triggers, issues and limitations.

  • Be introduced to the Wall Street Sub-prime Crisis, the resultant Basel III response and its components such as the changes and enhancement in Capital Adequacy, Liquidity components, and Base III's impact on Banking institutions and their business models.

Seminar Facilitator(s)
(For complete profile, click on the name(s) below)

Mr. Christopher H. L. Chan
B.Ec., MBA


This programme is approved for listing on the Financial Training Scheme (FTS) Programme Directory and is eligible for FTS claims subject to all eligibility criteria being met.

Please note that in no way does this represent an endorsement of the quality of the training provider and programme. Participants are advised to assess the suitability of the programme and its relevance to participants’ business activities or job roles.

The FTS is available to eligible entities, subject to all eligibility criteria being met and to existing grant caps. FTS claims may only be made for programmes listed on the FTS Programme Directory with the specified validity period.

Please refer to www.ibf.org.sg for more information.

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