The BTRM Certificate Tour
- Discuss course details
- Live webcasts available
- Recorded session available on our site
Apply online or via the registration form and the Admissions Team will confirm acceptance within 3 working days
The BTRM programme begins with a primer on bank balance sheet risk, which kicks off the lecture programme and enables all students to get up to speed on the introductory aspects of bank asset-liability management.
Students will also receive the full set of course materials and textbooks before the start of the programme.
The examined part of the BTRM programme comprises five modules or varying length. Each module covers a different but inter-related aspect of bank ALM and Treasury risk management, and consists of lectures, on-line seminars and the student-faculty forum.
Students are required to take an on-line test at the end of each module and obtain at least 50% in order to gain the formal Award in that module. Following three weeks allocated for revision, in Week 26 students will sit a formal 3-hour closed book written examination. The exam is held on the same day worldwide, in our London exam centre for UK-based students. All non-UK based students sit the exam at their own desktop, using the BTRM online examination and digital invigilator system. The exam is essay-based, and not a multiple-choice test.
The pass mark is 60%, with those achieving 80% being granted a pass with Distinction. The the highest-performing student in the Cohort is awarded the Wiley Prize.
Take the Full Course, or Stages 1 & 2 or our Self-Study Pack option.
Bank balance sheet risk management
Treasury ALM operating model and credit risk management governance
Strategic ALM and financial markets
Bank liquidity risk management
Bank capital management
Optional dissertation project, satisfactory completion of which confers the award of the Diploma in BTRM
Alumni lectures: frequent lectures and webinars are arranged for BTRM Alumni, recorded and added to your portal
A series of lectures looking deeper into specific technical issues, including lectures from the Founder Professor Moorad Choudhry and other City professionals