Intensive Training Course on Bank Analysis
The goal of this training course is to provide an in-depth view on latest developments in methodology and practice of bank analysis. A substantial part of the training will be dedicated to developments in the banking supervision environment (de Larosiere Group, G-20 initiatives). As state support proved to be crucial during the current global financial and economic crisis, participants will be offered an overview of the size and current situation of state programs aimed at stabilisation of the global financial system. The main part of the course will be devoted to special problems of the banking sector in CEE/CIS and to specific features of bank analysis applicable in this region of the world. Case studies and practical tasks will help participants to deepen their analytical skills.
Mr. Istvan Lengyel
Chief Analyst, Secretary General of BACEE
Mr. Lengyel graduated from the Moscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO), International Finances Faculty in 1983. He took part in post-graduate training at Eurobanque, Paris; Dresdner Bank, Frankfurt and at the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania. Between 1983 and 1988 he worked in different positions in the International Division of the National Bank of Hungary. In 1988-89 he was Head of Correspondent Banking at Budapest Bank, Budapest, in 1989-93 Head of the International Division, at Inter-Europa Bank, Budapest (member of the SanPaolo–IMI Group). In 1993-96 Worked as Secretary General of the Clearing Bank Association, based in Brussels. The main task in this position was to supervise an EU-financed project on the creation of a multicountry ecu (later euro) clearing system, the launch of the system and act as clearing manager.
Since 1996 Istvan has been the Secretary General of the Banking Association for Central and Eastern Europe. Between 1996 and 1998 he was based in Brussels and in 1998 moved back to Budapest. He also supervises BACEE’s analytical work and acts as the association’s Chief Analyst. He is author to a number of articles on banking business and regular participant and speaker at international conferences. He speaks Russian, English, French and Hungarian