*SMU Certificate in Enterprise Essentials (IBF Level 1)
Emergence of non-bank service providers is disrupting the business models of incumbent banks. Banks have responded by embarking on initiatives to digitize the banking infrastructure, distribution channels and services.
To be future ready, professionals in Technology & Operations (T&O) need to be multi-disciplinary and possess the ability to combine strong domain knowledge in products, processes and business development, with the functional skills in technology.
Benchmarked to industry best practices under the Institute of Banking and Finance (IBF) Standards for T&O, the SMU Certificate in Enterprise Essentials (IBF Level 1) programme provides the foundational building blocks in the domain knowledge in banking, enterprise and application architecture.
|Programme Code||SMU Certificate in Enterprise Essentials (IBF Level 1): P160527ANO|
Who Should Attend
Overview of Financial Services Industry
Principles of Finance & Accounting
Enterprise & Technology Architecture
IT Architecture in Financial Institutions (Fis)
Assessment & Certification
Participants who complete and pass the assessment will receive the SMU Certificate in Enterprise Essentials (IBF Level 1). This programme is one of five accredited modules that stacks up to the SMU Professional Certificate in Technology and Operations (IBF Level 1) and the “IBF Qualified” certification by the Institute of Banking & Finance.
Type of Course
Finance, Financial IT and Risk Management
Fees & Funding
SGD $1,500 (excl. GST)
Net fee payable upfront for eligible self-sponsored applicants:
Singaporeans and PRs
Union Training Assistance Program (UTAP)
The programme is designed for T&O professionals seeking to advance their careers and for new entrants aspiring to embark on T&O careers in the wholesale treasury markets.
11 & 12 Apr 2018
For enquiries, please contact Chiew Yee at 6828 0971, Jaclyn at 6828 0254 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Andy Wang has over 16 years’ experience in IT architecture and development. He is currently SVP IT Steering Group (ISG) of SMBC, heading multiple teams that include technology governance, enterprise architecture and technology innovation. Prior to joining SMBC, Andy was with OCBC and Barclays Capital, where he was involved with optimizing technology architecture, IT strategic planning, implementing technology governance framework. He also spent over 7 years at NCS as Application Architect, where he provided application architectural advice to project teams on clients’ systems and product capabilities. With his experience, Andy is able to define the organization's target vision and establish concrete plans to implement it.
Amelia Ching is a financial IT veteran with over 25 years’ experience. Previously the Head of Risk and Control for Citibank’s Treasury and Trade Solutions Group, her role included IT service management, application production, IT outsourcing management, global internet application Operational Readiness Management and the setup of Global and Regional Application command centre. Amelia has been instrumental in the design and delivery of SMU Academy’s technology related programs, facilitating and delivering both public and custom trainings and consultancy for the academy.
Justina Koh has more than 20 years experience in banking and finance, with deep knowledge of treasury functions, including financial accounting, product control and operational risk control. She held senior positions in several international banks where she was responsible for financial and operational control and project management. Justina provides consulting and advisory services for banks, and has been engaged in financial training for the past 10 years. She is the principal developer of FTI’s IBF-accredited training and assessment programs for Financial Markets: Deal Processing & Settlement and Product Control.