: INTEREST RATE, LIQUIDITY AND OPERATIONAL RISKS

You have been offered a trainee risk analysts position of a Bank (Standard Chartered Bank or Lloyds Bank or Santander Bank for UK students) ( Hang Seng Bank, Bank of East Asia, Bank of China for Hong Kong Students). In your training period of 12 weeks provided by a consulting company (Lokanan and Sharma LLC) you attended lectures and seminars on the interest rate, liquidity and operational risks affecting the bank.

For your final evaluation, you are required to present a report critically analysing and demonstrating your understanding of the sources, measurement and management of the three risks to your bank.

 

  1. Interest Rate Risk——————————1000 words———–25 marks
  2. Liquidity Risk————————————1000 words———–25 marks
  3. Operational Risk——————————-1000 words———–25 marks

 

Part B:

 

Based on the interest rate, liquidity and operational risks identified in Part A, construct a fraud risk assessment framework of three associated risks that your chosen bank is currently exposed to or will be exposed to in the foreseeable future. Pay particular attention to the current regulatory infrastructure in which the bank operates.

 

1000 words———–25 marks

 

Total for Assignment: 100 marks

 

  • Length maximum of 4000 words (with a tolerance level of 10%) which must be stated.
  • Font – Arial 12, whole document being justified on both sides with 1.5 line spacing.
  • Titles and headings should be in bold. Section headings should be numbered e.g. 3.1
  • Referencing must follow as:

McMath, M. (2015) Liquidity mismatch and maturity transformation: a study on the UK banks, International Journal of Risk and Return, Vol. 11(7), pp. 21-29

 

  • Citation should be as:

McMath (2015) and if more than two authors should be as McMath et al., (2015)

 

  • Quotations of more than 2 lines must be indented and in italics with the reference and page number stated. Shorter quotations should be in italics but do not need to be indented.
  • Tables and diagrams should be inserted at an appropriate point in the text and should be easily readable in black and white.
  • Too many tables and figures without proper justification/analysis would not be acceptable.
  • No Appendices.

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