Diploma in Business and Commercial Banking & Conduct
DipBB&C has been developed for staff in Relationship Management roles within business and commercial banking. It provides a deeper appreciation of the evaluation tools used for identifying borrowing requirements and the process of recommending sources of appropriate finance options to customers. In addition, your studies will cover the key skills and practices of being successful relationship or lending manager, covering key relationship building and negotiation models.
Your studies will cover the rules, practices and guidelines in business banking and its related products, as well as the different types of risks and how to manage these. You will also develop your understanding of financial and non-financial analysis and how different methods can be used for various lending propositions.
Key content areas
The business banking environment.
The range of business banking customer needs, wants and aspirations.
How regulation and legislation affects financial services organisations and their customers.
The operation and features of key business banking financial products and services.
The need to provide high standards of customer service.
There are no specified entry requirements. However, you need to be satisfied of your ability to study in English at Level 5. You will also need a level of numeracy that will enable you to manipulate and calculate various ratios and formulae relevant to the course.
London Institute of Banking and Finance
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All components and units are mandatory. Unit 1 and 2 MCQs with 70% pass mark. Unit 3, 3 hour written exam with pass mark of 50%.