The course Market Risk Identification & Measurement looked at the first two elements of the market risk management framework. This course moves beyond the identification and measurement of market risk to look at the structures banks put in place to manage market risk. The course also examines how regulators are continuously attempting to ensure that banks hold sufficient capital to cover market risk, while also looking at other regulations that can help to rein in the excessive risk-taking that is perceived to have played a major role in the financial crisis.

Prior to completing this course it is recommended you undertake:

  • Market Risk Identification & Measurement

This online course forms part of the Intuition short course suite.

Learning objectives

  • Outline, for a typical institution, how market risk management is organised
  • Describe the market risk regulatory context in which banks operate


365 Days