Assessment cover sheet
In order for your assessment to be marked you must complete and upload all tasks and this cover sheet via the AAMC Training Group portal. Your assessment tasks must be uploaded in an electronic format i.e. Word, Excel, PDF or Scan. A maximum of five (5) attachments (maximum 20MB each) can be uploaded for this assessment. Please see the step-by-step instructions in your Member Area on how to upload assessments.
Assessment name Risk Management Assessment
Years in industry
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Checklist of attachments:
☐ Task 1 – Written activities
☐ Task 2 – Project
☐ Task 3 – Case study 1
☐ Task 4 – Report
☐ Task 5 – Case Study 2
Please indicate style of course undertaken:
☐ Face to face Trainer’s name:
☐ Correspondence ☐ Online
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Task 3 – Case study 1
You have an existing finance broking business which has grown over time. The business has several key staff members including:
• 1 Responsible manager
• 1 Loan processor
• 3 Finance brokers
• 1 Personal assistant/office manager
• 1 Receptionist
You have been approached by a new client who is expanding his business operations into a franchise opportunity and while he has not had his financials prepared by his accountant for the last two years, he wants to use the family home as security and obtain a loan. The client also informs you that he has a fair amount of cash available to assist in meeting the repayments if required.
You are just about to meet him for the first time. Use the risk register below to identify and describe three potential risks to your business, and three potential risks to the client arising from this proposal. Remember, when identifying risk, you need to consider both what can go wrong and how it can go wrong.
Risk L C Risk rating
Your organisation’s risks
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