Next Supervisory English Seminar 13.03.2018 FFM

Supervisory English Seminars

Supervisory English Seminars
offer a one day introduction or a two day complete seminar, which offer participants the chance to experience Supervisory English close up and with a full programme of specialist activities to bring the guidelines from EBA, BaFin and Basel Committee alive.This includes working directly with EBA guidelines,discussing vocabulary and phrases used and analysing the key concepts in different documents.
These content packed seminars are designed especially for each client based on their requirements and direction. The seminars are a great challenge for both participants and trainer. However, it is a great feeling watching participants engaging with the content of the guidelines and really bringing it alive in our many specially designed activies.

Supervisory English Overview

Seminar Content

-vocabulary analysis and practice
-phrases analysis and practice
-key concepts discussion
-text analysis and presentation
-writing emails and texts
-competent authority email analysis
-polite supervisory English

Seminar Sources

-SREP 2014 EBA
-MaRisk 2012 BaFin
-MaComp 2010 BaFin
-Guidelines on creditworthiness assessment 2015 (EBA)
-Internal Audit Function in Banks 2012 (BCBS)

Seminar Structure

-The concept is flexible to the needs and aims of the institutions.
-We are able to create new seminars to satisfy any special supervisory guideline requirements.
-Seminars can be one or two days long and held at a location of your choice

Supervisory English Updates

Future Supervisory English Seminars
Frankfurt am Main
13.03 2018
This seminar offers the chance to come together with participants from financial institutions from all over Germany to take part in a two-day seminar in cosmopolitan Frankfurt am Main.

Aufsichts Englisch dictionary
The second edition of Finanz Colloquium Heidelberg AufsichtEnglisch is now available, with contributions gained from the many recent in house seminars across Germany from 2015 to 2017.
This book contains over 300 pages of very clear descriptions of vocabulary used in the Supervisory English context in Germany today.