October 11-12, 2017 | New York City | Website
Following the release and progress made towards the European IFRS 9 standard, the focus is now moving towards the US CECL standard. Institutions are preparing for the overhaul of current practices to facilitate CECL and adapting systems to ensure implementation and ultimately compliance.
October 17-18, 2017 | New York City | Website
The Center for Financial Professionals invite you to attend Liquidity Risk Management USA, a two day conference featuring interactive discussions and presentations from over 20 senior liquidity, funding and treasury risk professionals. You and your colleagues can gain valuable insights from Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Industrial Commercial Bank, of China, Credit Suisse, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Morgan Stanley and many more financial institutions.
October 19 - 20, 2017 | New York City | Website
Join over 200 like-minded ERM and Operational risk professionals in this two-day congress, where we will hear from more than 30 presenters and panelists sharing their insight and expertise on delivery, execution and management of operational and enterprise risk management frameworks.
October 12 - 15, 2015 | Singapore
As we summed up Sibos 2014, it was clear that regulation, global shifts in economic power and fast-evolving technology were driving change rapidly in the financial industry. These issues are still very relevant nearly six months later, as we start preparing for Sibos 2015.
October 26 - 28, 2015 | Boston
The idea of IT continuous auditing was first discussed in the 1980's, and since then, auditors have been touting it as "the future of auditing." Even so, auditors and management have not yet fully embraced the practice; management is not entirely comfortable or willing to accept this approach and auditors are often not given access to the data they need and lack the automated tools necessary to effectively analyze it.
October 3 - 7, 2015 | Las Vegas
SCCE's Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute is the primary education and networking event for professional working in the compliance and ethics professionals working in the compliance and ethics profession around the world.
October 5 -8, 2015 | Atlanta
Organizations must consider protecting people's privacy when they are setting up new business systems and reviewing existing business processes. This course analyzes the risk and value of personal information from different perspectives and outlines the consequences of privacy failures. It explores how organizations can govern, manage, and protect regulated and high value data to manage the risk of non-compliance, information misuse, unauthorized access, and loss.