Your region has its own distinct challenges, risks and opportunities. Our learning programmes combine international best practice in financial services with local context – to give your banking and finance teams training that will set them apart.
By working with financial institutions, educators, regulators and governments internationally, we provide local expertise to support training programmes anywhere in the world. So, wherever you are, we’ll work with you to build the skills and expertise you and your organisation need.
What we offer
- Capacity building and crisis management
- Trade finance and transaction banking
- Governance and risk management
- SME finance and use of alternative data
- Digital banking and finance, fintech, digitisation and data management.
Capacity building and crisis management
In times of crisis, banks have a critical role to play in economic wellbeing. This series of programmes for senior executives and board members, will help your organisation succeed in these unprecedented times.
Programmes that will help your organisation build capacity and manage crisis
Trade finance and transaction banking
We consulted international experts and worked in partnership with the ICC to design our trade finance and transaction banking qualifications. Over 5,000 professionals in 90 countries study these qualifications each year.
Find out more about our trade finance and transaction banking qualifications
Governance and risk management
Every business needs robust risk management, but nowhere is that more important than in banking and finance. If you’re a senior financial services professional – from mid-management to board level – you need to be able to navigate:
- operational and financial risks
- regulation and governance
- the increasing supervisory focus on conduct and organisational culture.
We offer three internationally recognised qualifications in governance and risk management qualifications.
Level 4 Risk and Regulation in Banking (RRB) covers the core principles of risk and how banks are regulated.
Level 6 Managing Operational Risk & Governance (MOPR) looks at operational risk management and best practice bank governance.
Level 6 Financial Risk Management in Banks (FRMB) evaluates how banks manage financial market, credit, and liquidity risks within the current economic and regulatory environment.
SME lending and alternative data
Alternative data is transforming the way banks lend to small and medium enterprises (SMEs). In both mature and emerging markets, it offers an opportunity to bridge the credit gap and increase portfolios. But how can you be sure that your teams are skilled enough to use it effectively?
We can teach your teams how to:
- deploy alternative lending techniques
- adapt them to market conditions
- use data confidently and
- tailor solutions for your SME clients.
Your business will benefit from reduced risk, increased sales and a skilled and more empowered workforce.
Find out more about our Level 3 Certificate in SME Lending and Alternative Data
Digital banking and finance, fintech, digitisation and data management
Banking is changing. The traditional banks are under pressure to adapt as they battle for market share with fintechs and the new challenger banks. Is your organisation ready to take advantage of the opportunities digitisation offers?
We can help you and your teams understand digital disruption so that you can ensure your organisation remains competitive.
Find out more about our Centre for Digital Banking and Finance
Contact LIBF around the world
Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
We partner with Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) Academy to offer bespoke learning programmes in Gulf Council Countries and the MENA region. You can contact our Abu Dhabi office by emailing email@example.com.
See more about our work with ADGMA on our dedicated LIBF MENA microsite
From our regional office in Singapore, we work with clients and partners to deliver qualifications and bespoke learning programmes across Asia and the Pacific. Contact our Asia Pacific office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rest of the world
If you’re based in Europe, North, South or Central America or Sub-Saharan Africa, please contact us through our London office by emailing email@example.com