Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

New Frtb Standardised Approach: Introduction, Motivation and Worked Examples

Available dates

Oct 19, 2020
Frankfurt, Germany
EUR 750 ≈USD 826
EUR 750 per day


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About the course

Learning Target

Participants of this seminar will gain a solid understanding of the main building blocks of the new FRTB standardised approach and their political motivation and will develop the ability to apply this new standardised approach to simple hypothetical portfolios in Excel.


  • Political motivation of the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB)
  • Overview of the major building blocks of the FRTB
  • Status quo of the FRTB application in Europe
  • In-depth introduction of the FRTB Standardised Approach
  • Application of the FRTB
  • Standardised Approach to several hypothetical portfolios: Interactive discussion of worked examples


Interactive seminar, discussions, moderation

Who should attend

This seminar aims at risk managers with an at least basic knowledge in market risk. An in-depth knowledge of market risk modelling techniques and a strong quantitative background, however, are not required.

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Armin Nilles

Armin Nilles – Head of Internal Audit, Security and IT Management / Compliance at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. Working as a product manager in the Competence Center for Management and Audit, Mr. Neill develops and controls open and individual trainings, seminars and / or traini...


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