Begins 07 Mar 2017
Reassess the future of banking and strategy
How should banks reassess their strategies after the global financial crisis? What are the strategic implications of the Basel 3 regulations on capital and liquidity? How will big data and digital banking change the future of banking? How to sustain revenue growth? The Strategic Management in Banking programme provides senior bankers and board members with the opportunity to reassess and explore the future of banking, developing new approaches for strategic management in a fast changing environment.
How you benefit
- Build a command of strategic positioning. Gain expertise in strategic positioning, including competition with new entrants and growth.
- Reassess asset management and private banking. Explore and anticipate the future of asset management and private banking.
- Master big data and digital banking strategies. Learn to use big data, social media and digital banking to develop new ideas for cultivating customer-centricity.
- Enhance your skills in value creation and risk control (ALM). Using simulation that recreates an international banking environment, you will perfect your skills in long-term value creation and risk control.
- Discuss strategy implementation and trust. Understand the common pitfalls in strategy implementation and learn how to make it happen.
The programme is designed specifically for senior bankers, including board members, responsible for retail, corporate, capital markets and international banking.
This programme qualifies for the INSEAD Certificate in Global Management.
CFA Institute CE Qualified Activity
As a participant in the CFA Institute Approved-Provider Programme, INSEAD has determined that this programme qualifies for 40 credit hours. If you are a CFA Institute member, credit for your participation in this programme will be automatically recorded in your CE tracking tool. Simply specify your CFA Institute member number in the application form.
View our leaflet to find out more about the agreement with the CFA Institute.
Will digital banking bring market disruption, or is it simply a fad and another case of déjà vu?
2015 was the best year for venture investment in US Fintech start-ups since 2000, with $21.6 billion invested, but the number of deals fell for the first time since 2009.
Banks must be prepared for serious disruption that has already begun.