May 1 - 2, 2019 | Berlin | Website
The Banking sector is going through very turbulent times due the innovations on the market. Retail banks are trying to keep up with the new entrants of the market like challenger banks or FinTechs.
June 6 - 7, 2019 | London | Website
Reviewing evolving vendor and third party risk processes and best practices for effective management, oversight and compliance
High-profile data breaches, operational setbacks, and reputational fallout are just a few of the repercussions that financial institutions may face if they fail to perform adequate diligence and oversight on their third parties. Vendor management is not a new challenge to the industry—but vendor risk is still considered a critical threat due to the level of regulatory rigor, the amount of vendors within the supply chain, and the strain on enterprise resources. Even with numerous interpretations of regulations and guidelines, best practices continuously emerge and refine to optimally mitigate third party risk and transform risky partnerships into strategic assets.
Banks are expected to maximize return on equity and control their risk accordingly, while attempting to succeed in sound banking functions. Most capital management professionals try to balance risk against reward. Banks are working hard to succeed in their capital adequacy and overall financial conditions as regulations are updated and released.
June 2 - 3, 2019 | Amsterdam | Website
The ongoing flow of regulatory changes created many challenges for financial institutions to ensure that their effectiveness, workflows and optimized operations in the field of collateral management.
June 15, 2019 | London | Website
This initiative will be focusing on CRDIV & CRR, Stress Testing, Regulatory Changes (Stress Tests, AQR, CRD IV, FRTB and more) & Impacts, IFRS9, Measurement Approaches that are fundamentally altering both capital management and banking risk. Speakers include Miguel De La Mano, Head of Unit, Economics Analysis of Financial Markets, European Commission. Plus 15 Heads of Capital units including UniCredit, RBS, Citi, BofI, Bank of America, SocGen, HSBC and more.
June 5 - June 8, 2019 | Baltimore, MD
Gather with your peers for the primary networking and learning event for compliance and ethics professionals in higher education. Learn how to increase the effectiveness of your institution's compliance program, discuss emerging risks and issues with your colleagues, share best practices, and build valuable relationships.