CFP’s Capital Management & Risk 2015 Conference will address the key challenges implementing regulatory demands including AQR, CRD IV, CRR, and more. The Conference includes an opening keynote address by Miguel De La Mano, Head of Unit, Economic Capital Analysis of Financial Markets, European Commission, who will be providing an overview of the European Commission Capital Market Union (CMU) Reforms just one day after attending the European Commission Conference on CMU on June 8, 2015.
CFP’s Capital Management & Risk 2015 Conference covers a broad range of topics alongside in-depth thought-leadership from industry experts on:
Volume & Speed of Regulatory Change
Calculating Capital Requirements
CRD IV & CRR Implementation
Stress Testing on capital positions
Cost of Derivatives
Operational Risk Capital
Fundamental Review Of The Trading Book
Capital Management & Risk are integral areas for risk managers to consider, underpinning many key areas of focus. With banks internal management and risk practices under constant scrutiny since the financial crisis, regulators are looking to move banks towards increasing capital and improving banking risk regime.
With a constant stream of regulatory changes including; Stress testing, AQR, CRD IV & CRR and FRTB, regulators have a clear pattern of implementation in mind. Capital Management & Risk looks at addressing these changes and developing a wider understanding of the bigger picture moving forward.
Miguel De La Mano, Head of Unit, Economic Analysis of Financial Markets, European Commission
Ruth Wandhofer, Global Head of Regulatory & Market Strategy, Citi
David Binder, Global Head of Impairment & Capital Management, Barclays
Chris Devlin, Director, Risk Met Division, EMEA, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi
Conference organised by The Centre For Financial Professionals
Super Early Bird: GBP 799
Early Bird: GBP 999
Standard: GBP 1499
Speakers: Miguel De La Mano, Vincent Baritsch, David Binder, Ruth Wandhofer, Ed Hughes, Andrew Green, Chris Devlin
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