CAIIB Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2022, Download Syllabus PDF

CAIIB Syllabus 2022

CAIIB Syllabus 2022: The banking and Finance sector conducts various exams in the past decade and produce a secure career. The Indian Institute of Banking and Finance conducts CAIIB exams twice a year which is flagship courses and it boosts a banker’s career in terms of opportunities, growth, and salary. The exams of IIBF aim at providing excellence to banking and finance industry employees in their professional careers. For preparing, CAIIB 2022 Exam aspirants must know about the CAIIIB Syllabus. For the ease of aspirants, a direct link is provided below from where they can download the CAIIB Syllabus 2022. The syllabus is built in such a manner that it will help to improve concept-based skills among the aspirants who are willing to appear for CAIIB Exam.

In this article, we will provide the details of the CAIIB Syllabus 2022 and exam pattern. Following are the topics that will be covered under CAIIB Exam:

Compulsory Paper
1. Advanced Bank Management
2. Bank Financial Management

Elective Papers
1. Rural Banking
2. Retail Banking
3. Human Resources Management
4. Information Technology
5. Risk Management
6. Central Banking

CAIIB Exam Pattern 2022

The question paper in CAIIB will contain 100 objective type multiple choice questions for 100 marks including questions based on case studies/ case lets. The aspirants have to prepare for the exam accordingly and they can refer to the table below regarding CAIIB Exam Pattern 2022.

Subjects No. of Questions  Marks  Duration 
Compulsory Paper
1. Advanced Bank Management
2. Bank Financial Management
100 objective type multiple choice question 100 marks 2 hours
Elective Papers
1. Rural Banking
2. Retail Banking
3. Human Resources Management
4. Information Technology
5. Risk Management
6. Central Banking

The questions which will be asked in the examination will be related to the following points.

  • Knowledge testing
  • Problem-solving
  • Conceptual grasp
  • Case analysis
  • Analytical/ logical exposition

CAIIB Syllabus 2022 – Compulsory Paper

There are two papers under the Compulsory Paper section and the details are provided in the points below.

Paper I – Advanced Bank Management

Module A: Economic Analysis

The fundamentals of Economics: Scarcity and Efficiency – Microeconomics & Macroeconomics in brief – Types of economies – Market, Command and Mixed Economies.

Macroeconomics: Business cycles – Money and banking – Unemployment & inflation – Interest rate determination and various types of interest rates.

Indian Economy – (a) Overview of the Indian economy including recent reforms (b) Interaction between fiscal, monetary & exchange rate policies in India – Financial Markets (i) Money Market (ii) Capital Market (iii) Foreign Exchange Market – globalization and its impact – Challenges ahead – Banking & Finance – current issues.

Module – B: Business Mathematics

Concept of Time Value of Money – Net Present Value – Discounted Cash Flow – Sampling methods – presentation of data – analysis and interpretation of sample data – hypothesis testing – Time series analysis – mean/ standard deviation – co-relation – Regression – covariance and volatility – Probability distribution – Confidence interval analysis – estimating parameters of distribution – Bond valuation – duration – modified duration.

Linear programming – decision-making simulation – Statistical analysis using spreadsheets.

Features of Spreadsheet – Macros, pivot table, statistical and mathematical formulae.

Module – C: HRM in Banks

Fundamentals of HRM, development of HRM in India, Relationship between HRM and HRD, Structure and functions of HRD, Role of the HR professional, Human implications of organizations.

Training and development, attitude and soft skills development, role and impact of training, career path planning and counseling, employee behavior, theories of motivation and their practical implications, role concepts and analysis, self-development, Performance Management, and appraisal systems.

Reward/ punishment and compensation systems, HRM and Information Technology, information and data management, knowledge management.

Module – D: Credit Management

Principles of Credit Management Credit Appraisal Analyzing Financial Performance – Relationship between items in Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Account. Trend Analysis, Comparative Statement – Common Size Statement, Preparation of projected Financial Statements – Ratio analysis – Interpretation and analysis of different Ratios, Limitation of the use of ratios. Statement of Sources and Applications of Funds.

Structuring a Credit Proposal – Working Capital Concept and Management Appraisal techniques for different constituents – trade cycle – credit rating – Technical and economic feasibility studies – Credit Rating – Rating Methodology – Objectives and benefits of rating – Term Lending – Debt Service Coverage Ratio – Cash Flow Analysis – Cash Budget – Bill Finance – Deferred Payment Guarantee – Credit Scoring – Credit Delivery System – Documentation – Post sanction supervision, Control and monitoring of credit – Consortium finance, Multiple banking, Syndication of loans. Infrastructure financing.

Dealing with credit defaults – Stressed assets, Corporate Debt restructuring, SARFAESI, NPAs, recovery options, write-off. Disclosure of the list of defaulters: objectives and procedure. Appraisal methodology for a different types of clients/ products.

Paper-II – Bank Financial Management

Module – A: International Banking

Forex Business –  factors determining exchange rates, Direct and indirect quotations, spot/forward rates, premium and discount, cross rates.
Basics of Forex derivatives – forward exchange rate contracts, Options, Swaps. Correspondent banking, NRI accounts.

Documentary letters of Credit – UCPDC 600, various facilities to exporters and importers. Risks in foreign trade, the role of ECGC, types of insurance and guarantee covers, or ECGC.

Role of Exim Bank – Role of RBI and exchange control, Regulations in India, Role and rules of FEDAI, Role of FEMA and its rules.

Module – B: Risk Management

Risk-Concept – Risk in Banks – Risk Management Framework – Organizational Structure – Risk Identification – Risk Measurement/ – Sensitivity – Basis Point Value (BPV) – Duration – Downside Potential – Value at Risk, Back Testing – Stress Testing – Risk Monitoring and Control

Risk Reporting – Market Risk identification, Measurement, and management/ credit risk – rating methodology, risk weights, eligible collateral for mitigation, guarantees; credit ratings, transition matrices, default probabilities, Credit risk spreads, risk migration, and credit metrics, Counterparty risk. Credit exposures, recovery rates, risk mitigation techniques, Operational and Integrated Risk Management – Risk management and capital Management – ‘Basel Norms – Current guidelines on risk management.

Module – C: Treasury Management

Concepts and function – instruments in the treasury market, development of new financial products, control and supervision of treasury management, linkage of domestic operations with foreign operations.

Interest rate risk – interest rate futures, Mix/ Pricing of Assets, Liabilities – On-Balance Sheet Investment and Funding Strategies – Stock options, debt instruments, bond portfolio strategy, risk control and hedging instruments.

Investments – Treasury bills, money market instruments such as CDs, CPs, IBPs Securitisation and Forfaiting; refinance and rediscounting facilities.

Derivatives – Credit Default Swaps/ Options.

Module – D: Balance Sheet Management

Prudential norms – Capital Adequacy. Implementation of ‘Basel Norm guidelines: RBI guidelines. Banks Balance Sheet – Components of assets/ Liabilities/ ALM Implementation – RBI Guidelines – Gap Analysis – Mechanics, Assumptions, and Limitations – Illustrations of Actual Gap Reports.

The Relationship Between Gap and Income Statement – Funding Liquidity – Trading/ Managing Liquidity – Contingency Funding – Business Strategies: Profit and profitability analysis, Asset Classification – provisioning – effect of NPA on profitability, Shareholder value maximization & EVA- profit planning-measures to improve profitability.

CAIIB Syllabus 2022 – Elective Paper

There are six papers under the Compulsory Paper section and the details are provided in the points below.

Paper I – Central Banking

Module – A: Rationale and Functions of Central Bank

  1. Evolution and Functions of Central Banking: Evolution of Theory and Practice of Central Banking, Development of Central Banks in Developed and Developing countries.
  2. Functions of a Central Bank: Banker to Government, Banker to Banks, Monetary policy Functions, Currency Issue and Management, Payment system function, Maintaining Internal and External values of currency, Regulation, Facilitation, and supervision of Financial System, Promotional Functions to support growth and other National objectives, Development of Financial Markets, Institutions and communication policies.
  3. Contemporary Issues: Desirability, Autonomy, and independence, Credibility, accountability, and transparency of a Central Bank, conflict with fiscal policies.

Module – B: Central Banking in India

1. Reserve Bank of India: Organizational evolution, Constitution and Governance, Major organizational and Functional Developments over time, Recent Developments, RBI Act.
2. India Specific Issues: Banking Regulation Act, FEMA, Banking Ombudsman Scheme, Financial Sector reforms, other financial regulators and division of functions. Institutions set up by RBI; NABARD, IDBI, DFHI, IRBI, UTI.
3. Glossary of Central Banking Terms.

Module – C: Monetary Policy and Credit Policy

1. Monetary Policy: Objectives, Reconciling dual objectives, The Taylor Rule, Indicators of Policy, instruments of policy (Bank Rate, OMO, CRR, SLR, etc.), policy Transmission mechanism and channels, transparency of policies, Lags in the policy.
2. Credit Policy: Objectives, Theory, and Practice, Instruments.
3. An overview of Fiscal Policy: Importance of Budgets, Union Budget, State Budget, Finances of Union and State Governments, Finance Commission.
4. Striking balance between inflation and growth through monetary and fiscal policies.

Module – D: Supervision and Financial Stability

1. Indian Financial System: Constituents of Indian Financial Markets and their Regulation. Evolution of Bank Regulation and supervision.
2. Financial Stability: Financial Development Vs Financial stability, Risks to Financial stability, Early warning signals and remedial action, Liquidity Management, Regulation and supervision of Banks, Risk Management in Banks, The Basel Norms, Prudential Norms, Effect of liberalization and Globalization on Financial Stability, Linkage to International Financial Stability, International standards and codes. Role of Supervisor under Basel Norms.

Paper-II – Rural Banking

Module – A: Rural India

Demographic features: Population, occupation, literacy, socio-economic development indicators, health, nutrition, and education, – urban migration.

Characteristics of Rural Society: Caste and power structure – rural social stratification, Economic Features: Economic life of rural people, share in National income -Trends in per capita income, rural money markets, rural indebtedness, rural poverty – main causes and
methods of measuring rural poverty.

Rural infrastructure: Transport, Power, Markets, and other services.

Agriculture Economy: Structure and characteristics of Indian agriculture, Role of agriculture in economic development, agriculture-industry linkages, Resources and technical changes in agriculture, constraints to agriculture development, Emerging issues in Indian Agriculture.

Rural Development Policy: Govt. policies and programs for rural farm and non-farm sectors. Economic reforms and their impact on the rural economy.

Rural Issues: Development issues, Management Issues, Marketing issues, Pricing issues.

Module – B: Financing Rural Development

Regulation of Rural Financial Services – Function and policies of RBI in Rural Banking, NABARD Main functions, role, refinance support. Lead bank approach, State level, and District Level Credit committees.

Rural Credit Institutions – Co-operative Credit Societies and Banks, Land Development Banks, Regional Rural Banks, Commercial Banks. Role of Information and communication technologies in rural Banking-Models, Financial inclusion & inclusive growth for rural development banking, rural insurance micro-insurance scheme, the concept of Business
Facilitators and Business Correspondents in rural financing.

Financing agriculture/ allied activities – Crop Loans Assessment, Sanction, Disbursement, replacement. Term loans for irrigation, farm mechanization, Godowns/ cold-storage facilities, etc. Financing allied agriculture activities like Horticulture, Fisheries, Social forestry, etc. Finance against Warehouse/ cold storage receipts.

Financing Rural Non-Farm Sector (RNFS) – Importance of RNFS, Segments in RNFS, Role of Development and Promotional Institutions in RNFS SME Finance, Definition of SME. Importance to the Indian economy.

Financing of SME and small enterprise Refinance from SIDBI – Project funding techniques and requirement assessment.
Cluster-based approach and joint finance with SIDBI. MSMED Act 2006, CGTMSE, Working capital assessment of SMEs. Risk rating of SME proposals, the role of rating agencies, and rating methodology. Revival of sick units; revival package and implementation, Stressed assets under
rehabilitation. Debt restructuring mechanism for SMEs.

Module – C: Priority Sector Financing and Government initiatives

Components of priority sector –  RBI guidelines. Government initiatives; Poverty alleviation programs/ Employment programs/ Production oriented programs – rationale and philosophy, progress and impact, problems and deficiencies.
Rural housing and Urban housing schemes under priority sector – there refinance, Educational loans.

Module – D: Problems and prospects in Rural Banking

Role of rural banking – Problems of Rural branches of Commercial banks – transaction costs and risk costs.
Technology-based Financial Inclusion – Emerging trends in rural banking-financing poor as a bankable opportunity, Micro Credit, Self
Help Groups/ NGOs, linkages with banking, latest guidelines of GOI and RBI.

Paper – III: Retail Banking

Module – A: Introduction

History and definition, role within the bank operations, Applicability of retailing concepts distinction between Retail and Corporate/ Wholesale Banking.

Module – B: Retail Products

Retail Products Overview – Customer requirements, Products development process, Liabilities and Assets Products/ Description of Liability products, Description of Asset Products, the Approval process for retail loans, credit scoring.

Important Asset Products – Home Loans – Eligibility, Purpose, Amounts, Margin, Security, Disbursement, Moratorium, Prepayment issues, Repayments/ Collection.

Auto/ Vehicle Loans – Eligibility, Purpose, Amounts, Margin, Security, Disbursement, Moratorium, Prepayment issues, Repayments/ Collection.

Personal Loans – Eligibility, Purpose, Amounts, Security, Disbursement, Moratorium, Prepayment issues, Repayments/ Collection, Educational Loans Eligibility, Purpose, Amounts, Security, Disbursement, Moratorium, Prepayment issues, Repayments.

Credit/ Debit Cards – Credit Vs Debit Cards, Eligibility, Purpose, Amounts, Margin, Security, Process of using the cards, Billing Cycle, Credit Points, Other Products/ Remittances/ Funds Transfer.

Module – C: Marketing/ Selling of retail products, MIS and Accounting

Retail Strategies – Tie-up with Institutions for Personal loans/ Credit cards/ Educational loans, with OEMs/ Authorized Dealers for Auto/ Vehicle loans, and with Builders/ Developers for Home loans

Delivery Channels – Branch, Extension counters, ATMs, POS, Internet Banking, M-Banking.

Selling Process in retail products – Direct Selling Agents.

Customer Relationship Management – Role and impact of customer relationship management, Stages in customer relationship management process.

Regulations and compliance Technology for Retail Banking – Static information, Account opening, basic loan origination data, etc. The updated information like income details at different frequencies. Transaction information from disbursement till final settlement of the loan amount. Analytics/ Alerts.

Accounting entries – Loan process and the relevant accounting including EMI Computation.

Module – D: Other issues related to Retail Banking

Securitization, mortgage-based securities.
Trends in retailing – New products like Insurance, Demat services, online/ Phone Banking, Property services, Investment advisory/ Wealth management.

Reverse Mortgage – Growth of e-banking, Cross-selling opportunities.

Recovery of Retail Loans – Defaults, Rescheduling, recovery process. SARAFAESI Act, DRT Act, use of Lok Adalat forum. Recovery Agents – RBI guidelines.

New products like Insurance – Demat services, online/ Phone Banking,
Property services, Investment advisory/ Wealth management.

Reverse Mortgage – Growth of e-banking, Cross-selling opportunities.

Recovery of Retail Loans – Defaults, Rescheduling, recovery process. SARAFAESI Act, DRT Act, use of Lok Adalat forum. Recovery Agents – RBI guidelines.

Digital Banking
The broad topics will cover the following:

  • EMV technology
  • ATMs

Paper – IV: Human Resources Management

Module – A: Human Resources Management

  1. Concepts, Policies, and Practices: Fundamentals of HRM; Importance of Human Capital, Management of transformation, New insights into HR Management and contemporary issues, Relationship between HRM and HRD; Structure and Functions, Policies and Practices, Role of HRD professional, Development of HRM in India.
  2. Behavioral Dynamics in organizations: Person – Job Fit, Group Dynamics, Group Problem Solving and effectiveness, Leadership and Teambuilding, Change Management, Human Response – Implications of benchmarking; TQM, BPR, ISO 9000 Series and other techniques for Organizational improvement and Management of Service Industry; Quality Circles. Six Sigma and its implication in organizational development.
  3. Organizational Change and Development: Responsibility Charting, Conditions for Optimal Success, Role of Change Agent and Managing Change.
  4. HRM in Banks: Traditional Role of Human Resources Department in Banks, Expectations from HR Department, Conflict of new initiatives with work culture and capacity, Major HRM challenges facing Banks, Core Banking and HR challenges,
  5. Knowledge management in Banks: Need for Knowledge Management Officer, Role in the Banks, HRM and Information Technology, Information and Database Management, Preparation and updation of Manuals and job cards, Linkage with Educational Institutions.

Module – B: Building an HR strategy

  1. Strategy Formulation and implementation: Need for a distinctive HR strategy, Formulating the strategy; a connecting strategy to the organization, aligning HR Systems with decision framework, Relationship between Sustainable strategic success and performance of the organization, Execution of strategy: Role of CEO, Executive Team, and line Managers, Succession Planning, HRD Audit, Effectiveness of HRD, Best HR practices in banks.
  2. Organizational Communication: Barriers to Communications, Steps for effective communication in the organization
  3. Manpower Planning: Recruitment, Selection, Placement, and Promotion. Recruitment Vs Outsourcing: Concept and Feasibility of Outsourcing, advantages, disadvantages, and constraints, Compensation; incentive system linked to productivity, dealing with attrition.
  4. Performance Management and Appraisal Systems: Performance Appraisal System, Role of PAS, Emerging Trends, 360-degree performance Appraisal, Appraisal Vs Feedback, Competency Mapping, Key Performance Areas (KPA).

Module – C: Motivation, Training and Skill Development

  1. Human implications of Organizations; Learning and instructions, Learning Processes, Employee Behavior, Theories of Motivation and their practical implications, Motivational strategies, Reward and Incentive schemes, job enrichment, job rotation. Employee development strategies and Techniques.
  2. Training and Development; Attitude development, Role and impact of training, Career Path Planning and Counseling, Changing face of Banking, Future of Bank Education, Identification of Training Needs.
  3. Training Methodology; subject matters of Training, Training infrastructure in Banks, outsourcing of Training, On – the job training, Management of conflict between Training and operations due to manpower constraints, Development of soft skills and communications. Developing competencies through e-learning, virtual learning, and self-directed learning. Training measurement and impact.

Module – D: Personnel Management and Industrial Relations

  1. The personnel functions; Legal aspects of personnel functions, trade unionism, and Industrial Relations; Industrial Relations and Negotiations in the Indian Banking Industry, Collective Bargaining Concepts; Bipartite Settlements in Banking, Employee Welfare;
    Policies and Schemes.
  2. Grievance Redressal and Discipline; Mechanism and Processes, Discipline Management
    including Domestic Enquiry, Role of Management and Functions, Conflict Management and Resolution, Frauds in Banks, Risks attached to Delegation of Financial Powers; Precautions and Controls, need for a vigilance Dept. in Banks, Diversity and Gender
    Issues, Dealing with the cases of Sexual harassment.
  3. Workers’ Participation in Management, Experience of Employee Participation in the Indian banking industry.

Paper – V: Information Technology

Module – A: Introduction to Information Technology

Impact of IT on Banking: Changing Financial Environment and IT as a Strategic Response.

Hardware (H/ W) – Software: (S/ W)
System Software: Operating Systems (Desktop OS/ Server OS) Windows (Desktop/ Server)/ UNIX (H. P. Unix, Sun Solaris, Linux, IBMAIX). Computer Languages – 1st Generation Languages (Assembly), 2nd Generation (FORTRAN, ALGOL, COBOL), 3rd Generation (C, C++, C# and JAVA, etc.) and 4th Generation Languages (Clipper, Power Builder, SQL, etc.) and 5th Generation Languages (Logic Programming Languages) Database Management System and Relational Database Management Systems (Oracle10g, MS SQL-2005, MySQL) Application Servers (Oracle 10AS, BeWeblogic, WebShare ) Web Servers (IIS, Apache, etc.) Web Browsers (IE 7.0, Firefox, etc.)

Application Software: Packaged Software, Custom-built Software, etc. Computer Networks.

Equipment & Data Communication: Computer Networks: Network Layers, Topologies, Protocols, IP Address Mechanisms, LAN, WAN, VLAN, Intranet, Extranet, Internet.

Network Equipment: Cables (BNC, Twisted Pair, Fibre
Optics), Connectors, I/Os, Patch Panel, Jack Panels, Network Racks.

Data Communication: CLL, Leased Lines, MPLS, VPNS, ISDN, Satellite Links, WiFi, Wi-Max.

Network/ Security Equipment: Modems, Hubs, Switches, Bridges, Routers, Firewalls, NIDS, HIDS, IPS.

Module – B: System and Design

Systems Design & Analysis Data modeling – Entity Relationships, Generic Data Modeling, Semantic Data Modeling Normalization (from 1st to 3rd and BCNF, 4th & 5th level of normalization).

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) – Various phases of SDLC, In-house/ Out-sourcing, Software Project Management, Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) Tools.

System Architecture – Clients (Hardware/ Software), Servers (Hardware/ Software). Client-Server Architecture, 3 Tier Architecture, N-Tier Architecture, etc.

Data Warehousing – Data Mining tools MIS and Organization Support Systems, DSS, EIS, GDSS, Groupware, and Multimedia.

Business Intelligence – Expert Systems, Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) Grid Computing, Virtualization, and Consolidation.

Module C – Application in Banking

Centralized Banking System – Core Banking System/ System Administration, Database Administration, Application Server, and Application Administration, Network Administration, Domains, ISPS, Hosting, Data Downloads/ Uploads, Bandwidths, Data Centre, Data Storage Devices, Data Backups/ Restoration, Disaster Recovery Centre

Delivery Channels – ATM, EFTPOS, Phone Banking, Internet Banking, SMS Banking, Mobile Banking, Credit/ Debit Cards, Smart Cards E-Mails, SMS alerts.

E-Commerce – Secure Electronic Transfer (SET), Payment Gateways (Credit card/ Debit cards), Authentication of payments, etc.

PKI – CCA, CA, RA, Digital Certificate, Digital Signature, Non-repudiation of Origin, Nonrepudiation of Receipt.

Service – Level Agreement

Module – D: Security, Control and Guidelines

Threats to Information System: i) Physical (Insiders/ outsiders) ii) Viruses, Worms, Trojan horse, Malware, Software bombs, Phishing, Spoofing, Spamming, denial of service attacks, etc. Information System Security Measures, Policy, controls, ISO, 17799, BS7799, IS4477, IS Audit, BCP/ DRP, IT Act 2000, Basel guidelines for E-banking, Various RBI Committee Reports on Information Systems.

IT Service Delivery & Support: Service level management practices, Operations management – workload scheduling, network services management, Preventive maintenance, Systems performance monitoring process tools, techniques, Functionality of hardware, software, database. Drafting of RFP, system specifications, SLAs, Capacity planning & monitoring, Change management processes/ scheduled, emergency in the configuration of production systems, application of patches, releases, etc., Incident & problem management practices, System resiliency tools and techniques – fault tolerance, elimination of single point of failure, clustering.

Paper – VI: Risk Management

Module – A: An overview

1) Risk definition/ policies
i) Risk Process-Risk Organization
ii) Key risks – Credit risk, market risk, operational risk, liquidity risk, legal risk, interest rate risk and currency risk.

2) Asset Liability Management
i) ALM Concept
ii) ALM organization
iii) ALCO techniques/ tools
iv) Simulation, Gap, Duration analysis, Linear and other statistical methods of control

3) Risk measurement & Control
i) Calculation
ii) Risk exposure analysis
iii) Risk management/ mitigation policy
iv) Risk immunization policy/ strategy for fixing exposure limits
v) Risk management policy and procedure
vi) Risk-adjusted return on capital
vii) Capital adequacy norms

4) Risk management
i) Capital adequacy norms
ii) Prudential norms
iii) Exposure norms
iv) Concept of Mid office
v) Forwards
vi) Futures
vii) Options
viii) Strategies and Arbitrage opportunities
ix) Regulatory prescriptions of risk management

Module – B: Credit Risk Management

1) Introduction
2) Basel Norms
3) Three pillars of Basel and Capital for Operational risk
4) Framework for risk management
5) RBI guidelines on risk management
6) Risk rating and risk pricing
7) Methods for estimating capital requirements
8) Credit risk – standardized approach
9) Credit risk – an advanced approach
10) Credit rating/ credit scoring and rating system design
11) Credit Bureaus
12) Stress test and sensitivity analysis
13) Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP)
14) Introduction to structured products

Module – C: Operational Risk

1) Introduction, Basel Norms

2) RBI guidelines

3) Likely forms of operational risk and causes for a significant increase in operational risk

4) Sound Principles of Operational Risk Management (SPOR)

5) SPOR – organizational setup and key responsibilities of ORM

6) SPOR – policy requirements and strategic approach for ORM

7) SPOR identification, measurement, control/ mitigation of operational risks

8) Capital allocation for operational risk, methodology, qualifying criteria for banks for the adoption of the methods

9) Computation of capital charge for operational risk

Module – D: Market risk

1) Introduction and definition
2) Prescriptions of Basel Norms
3) Liquidity risk
4) Interest rate risk
5) foreign exchange risk
6) Price risk (Equity)
7) Commodity risk
8) Treatment of market risk under Basel
i) Standardized duration method
ii) Internal measurement approach – VaR

Module – E: Risk Organization and Policy

1) Risk Management Policy
2) Interlinkages to – Treasury
3) Credit

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CAIIB Syllabus 2022 – FAQs

Q: How many papers are there in CAIIB Syllabus 2022?

Ans: There are 2 main papers under CAIIB Syllabus 2022 where 2 Compulsory Papers and 6 Elective Papers.

Q: Is there any negative marking in CAIIB Exam?

Ans: No, there is no negative marking for wrong answers in CAIIB Exam.


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