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Bankers Institute of the Philippines
Unit 2103 The Peak Tower, 107 L.P. Leviste St., Salcedo Village, Makati City, Philippines
Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology 2020 - The globally recognized COBIT Framework simplifies the governance process for organization and helps ensure effective enterprise governance of information and technology (I&T). Known as the master framework for enterprise I&T governance, COBIT has been updated with new information and guidance, facilitating easier, tailored implementation—strengthening COBIT’s continuing role as an important driver of innovation and business transformation. COBIT 2019 is an evolution of COBIT 5, so this newly revised governance framework contains everything you value about COBIT 5, plus many exciting new features and focus areas. This one day, instructor‐led Introduction to COBIT 2019 Training Course provides an overview of COBIT 2019. The course will provide existing practitioners and potential new COBIT users’ excellent insight into the Enterprise Governance of Information and Technology (EGIT) framework. Included in this course is a brief introduction to COBIT2019 Design Guide. This course is recommended for those new to COBIT 2019 and want to learn more about COBIT 2019 as well as those familiar with COBIT 5 and planning to implement and improve Enterprise Governance of I&T using COBIT 2019.Towards the tail end of the course, a practical workshop will be held to conduct an exercise in designing and implementing a tailored I&T Governance System.
It is recommended that participants to this course:
• Download and pre-read the two COBIT 2019 publications, specifically a.) COBIT® 2019 Framework: Introduction and Methodology and b.) COBIT® 2019 Framework: Governance and Management Objectives from the ISACA website, and
• Bring their laptop in order to take active part in the exercise during the use case workshop in designing and implementing a tailored IT Governance System. The exercise can be performed individually, by pair, or by group (preferably from the same bank).
At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to:
• Discuss how IT governance and management issues affect enterprises and the importance of applying frameworks to design, establish and implement enterprise governance of I&T
• Understand the principles in the governance of enterprise I&T and explain the differences between governance and management
• Discuss the key concepts of COBIT 2019, including the principles, goals cascade, components (enablers), focus areas, and design factors
• Describe the basics of how to implement COBIT 2019, including tips to do so
• Explain the benefits of using COBIT 2019
• Relate COBIT 2019 to BSP Circular 808
The BANKERS INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC. (BAIPHIL) was founded in 1941 as a non-stock, non-profit corporation under the name National Association of Bank Auditors and Comptrollers (NABAC), primarily with the goal of increasing the efficiency and uniformity in bank accounting, auditing and operations among banks. Its founding members were the Philippine National Bank, First National City Bank (now Citibank), Philippine Trust Company, Agricultural and Industrial Bank (now Development Bank of the Philippines), Bank of the Philippine Islands, Monte de Piedad & Savings Bank, and China Banking Corporation.
The association was subsequently renamed the Association of Bank Audit, Controls and Operations in early 1962. The name, Bank Administration Institute (Philippine Chapter), was adopted in January 1968 to reflect more accurately its broadened membership base and more comprehensive functions and programs and to identify it as an affiliate of the Bank Administration Institute-USA, an international organization based in Chicago.
In July 2001, the Institute was renamed Bankers Institute of the Philippines, Inc. (BAIPHIL), and its Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws were amended following the closure and dissolution of the U.S. Bank Administration Institute. Currently, BAIPHIL is a member of the Asian-Pacific Association of Banking Institutes (APABI).
From a small circle of mostly accountants and auditors, the Institute has evolved into a prestigious and respectable bankers’ organization. It now boasts of sixty-three (63) institutional members composed of universal, commercial, and thrift banks, as well as banking-related institutions. At present, it has more than 250 key executives as associates and sustaining life members who actively participate in its various projects.
Throughout the seven decades of its existence, the Institute has lived up to its mission of providing support to banks towards productivity enhancement through research, information exchange and education. It has been developing and conducting trainings, workshops, and learning sessions to inform, update and upgrade the Filipino bankers’ knowledge and expertise.
Hon. Benjamin E. Diokno
Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Blesilda P. Andres
President, FY 2019-2020, Bankers Institute of the Philippines, Inc (BAIPHIL)
Hon. Rodrigo Roa Duterte
President, Republic of the Philippines
Cezar P. Consing
President, Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP)