Tuesday 17th November, 2015
8:00am to 5:00pm
Capital adequacy is a very topical issue for the banking sector right now. With changing regulation in this space, industry is busy preparing for the future direction of capital management and capital planning.
There is a lot of debate within the sector regarding the impact of capital requirements on the lending market and how risk-weights may influence lending activity. Changes will impact both the IRB and standardised approaches to bring capital requirements to a more level playing field. Regulators are also pressing for enhanced stress testing capabilities, despite a lack of historical data. These challenges sit alongside those tasked with raising the right levels of capital to support regulatory requirements.
This conference will provide a timely opportunity to:
• Review local and global regulatory developments
• Discuss the future of the lending market
• Hear how others are raising and optimising capital
• Share practical approaches to risk and capital management
• Learn how to build stress testing capabilities
• Examine the methodologies behind economic capital models
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