All Conferences

The highly anticipated Stress Testing: Europe returns for 2017 to review and discuss stress testing processes in an evolving regulatory landscape, with a range of changes coming into place from both a regulatory and political perspective, we review how FIs can move forward with their processes for better efficiency.

Following the release and progress towards the European IFRS 9 standard, the focus moves towards the US edition of CECL, hear from 20+ presenters and panellists providing an overview of what the standard is, what it means for FIs moving forward and action points over the coming year.

The 2nd Annual Liquidity Risk Management will examine liquidity risk landscape and potential shifts in regulatory focus. Understand how the regulatory landscape and coping with the influx of regulatory expectations, alongside reviewing how the changes interact with one another for a unified process and strategic overview.

3rd Annual Operational & Enterprise Risk Management returns to New York to further progress on discussions towards creating a more integrated enterprise risk management framework. Across two days hear from more than 20 presenters and panelists sharing their insight and expertise on delivery, execution and management of an enterprise risk management framework to comply with increased regulatory focus. New Generation Operational Risk will be included as a separate work stream, allowing attendees to incorporate both into their experience.

Assessing collaboration between FinTech’s and banks to advance processes, technologies and ultimately efficiency. With increasingly higher levels of investment being poured into the FinTech industry year-on-year, The Center for Financial professionals will bring together industry experts from both the leading financial institutions and FinTech companies to discuss and share their experiences on the latest FinTech trends, developments and requirements. As banks and FinTech’s are increasingly moving towards closer collaboration in order to improve processes and efficiency, FinTech Europe 2017 will address a range of challenges and topics within the industry including: Data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, RegTech and cyber risk.

North Americas largest stress testing gathering returns to New York City. The 5th Annual Stress Testing USA 2017 will bring together senior stress testing professionals from institutions of varying sizes to cover requirements specific to CCAR, DFAST and the overlaps. Last year’s event attracted over 250 stress testing professionals across two days, four streams, over 70 presenters, 20+ luncheon networking roundtables, and much more.

As financial institutions look towards further understanding of the FRTB standard and proposals guiding the next generation of market risk regulatory capital rules, the Center for Financial Professionals bring the 2nd Annual Fundamental Review of the Trading Book to deliver insight on the standard and a platform for further interaction and discussion to better understand the requirement and the impact on global financial institutions. We are currently researching this year’s agenda, more details will be provided soon.

IFRS17

The 2017 IFRS 17 forum will address the newly issued standards for accounting for insurance contracts. Join the forum to engage in networking opportunities with industry professionals, provoking presentations, and insightful panel discussions.

The payments sector has evolved dramatically over the last 5-10 years with FinTechs emerging and altering its landscape and financial institutions investing in technologies to provide more efficient payment services. The Center for Financial Professionals will bring together payment experts from leading financial institutions to discuss the risks associated with, and technologies behind payments. As institutions continue to navigate through an era of increasing regulatory initiatives, with an increased focus on security and payments, hear from senior industry professionals share their experiences on the latest payment trends, developments and requirements.

Since the 2008 collapse of Lehman brothers saw the financial industry brought to its knees, regulators have developed a requirement for global systemically important financial institutions to develop resolution and recovery plans or ‘Living Wills’. The Recovery & Resolution Congress will bring professionals together to review the challenges submitting plans and the potential implications of plans not being approved. Over two days hear case studies, presentations and panel discussions, detailing past experiences and hear from professionals delivering insight on the next round.

International Fund Management looks to bring together Fund Managers to provide a platform for networking, interaction, idea sharing, insight, and thought leadership. The multi stream function allows attendees to join a single, in depth work stream or to tailor make their topics by moving freely between streams.

Implementing forward looking operational strategies to ensure compliance and safeguard against increasing technology threats. Hear from institutions including; HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Legal & General, Banco Santander, Credit Suisse, Bank of Ireland, and more.

The TLAC & MREL summit will explore and examine some of the opportunities, constraints and variations in approach to the two new regulatory standard. Playing host to several senior presenters from various institutions the summit provides platform which will prompt stimulating debate and discussion. The summit will cover critical points including industry preparedness, European approaches, disclosure, market dynamics, pricing and many more.

The Risk EMEA Summit is the leading gathering of banking risk and regulation professionals in London, with keynote discussions and 3 streams across two days and will attract attendees from across EMEA to join interactive polls, luncheon roundtables, exclusive invite only Breakfast Briefings, more than 50 sessions over 70 presenters. The 7th Annual Summit individually focused on; FRTB, Capital Management and Credit Risk.

Our 7th Annual Risk Americas 2018 is set to bring together close to 500 senior buy and sell side risk professionals from across the Americas to discuss industry challenges, with over 80 CRO’s, moving freely between four streams, attend complementary masterclasses, join over 20 roundtables, enjoy over 8 hours worth of networking opportunities and much more.

3rd Annual Vendor and Third Party Risk 2018 Event will take professionals through the vendor life cycle. Across two days over 20 industry professionals will deliver their insights and industry knowledge as to the risks associated with vendors and third parties, from internal processes and procedures to managing security and data breaches.

Vendor & Third Party Risk EMEA presents a great opportunity for you to join like-minded professionals to address new regulations and industry-wide third party risk challenges and best practices. You and your colleagues will hear first hand experiences from global heads, MDs and heads of departments from the leading financial institutions, of which presenters from 2017 included: Deutsche Bank, HSBC, JP Morgan Asset Management, Lloyds Banking Group and many more.

Liquidity Risk Management forum will look to provide a strategic overview of liquidity regulations, internal processes, managing liquidity and upcoming changes. Hear from over 20 senior liquidity risk professionals from a range of institutions delivering thought provoking presentations and insightful panel discussions.

USA

October 11-12, New York City

Following the release and progress towards the European IFRS 9 standard, the focus moves towards the US edition of CECL, hear from 20+ presenters and panellists providing an overview of what the standard is, what it means for FIs moving forward and action points over the coming year.

October 17-18, New York City

The 2nd Annual Liquidity Risk Management will review the regulatory landscape and coping with the influx of regulatory expectations, alongside reviewing how the changes interact with one another for a unified process and strategic overview.

October 18, New York City A walkthrough of ERM processes leading up to and during the financial crisis and how the function has evolved, hear practical examples, case studies and experiences from the course leader alongside interactive group activities to provide an in depth understanding of the objectives, processes and requirements for an effective ERM framework. 

October 19-20, New York City

3rd Annual Operational & Enterprise Risk Management returns to New York to further progress on discussions towards creating a more integrated enterprise risk management framework. Across two days hear from more than 30 presenters and panelists sharing their insight and expertise on delivery, execution and management of an enterprise risk management framework to comply with increased regulatory focus. New Generation Operational Risk will be included as a separate work stream, allowing attendees to incorporate both into their experience.

November 7-8, New York City

North Americas largest stress testing gathering returns to New York City. The 5th Annual Stress Testing USA 2017 will bring together senior stress testing professionals from institutions of varying sizes to cover requirements specific to CCAR, DFAST and the overlaps. Last year’s event attracted over 250 stress testing professionals across two days, four streams, over 70 presenters, 20+ luncheon networking roundtables, and much more. Our research team is working to create an agenda, more details will be provided soon. Click here to receive the first copy of the agenda once it has been released.

March 2018, New York City Since the 2008 collapse of Lehman brothers saw the financial industry brought to its knees, regulators have developed a requirement for global systemically important financial institutions to develop resolution and recovery plans or ‘Living Wills’. The Recovery & Resolution Congress will bring professionals together to review the challenges submitting plans and the potential implications of plans not being approved. Over two days hear case studies, presentations and panel discussions, detailing past experiences and hear from professionals delivering insight on the next round.

TBC 2018, New York Our 7th Annual Risk Americas 2018 is set to bring together close to 500 senior buy and sell side risk professionals from across the Americas to discuss industry challenges, with over 80 CRO’s, moving freely between four streams, attend complementary masterclasses, join over 20 roundtables, enjoy over 8 hours worth of networking opportunities and much more.

tbc 2018, New York City 3rd Annual Vendor and Third Party Risk Congress will take professionals through the vendor life cycle. Across two days over 20 industry professionals will to deliver their insights and industry knowledge as to the risks associated with vendors and third parties, from internal processes and procedures to managing security and data breaches.

EMEA

26-27 September, London

The highly anticipated Stress Testing: Europe returns for 2017 to review and discuss stress testing processes in an evolving regulatory landscape, with a range of changes coming into place from both a regulatory and political perspective, we review how FIs can move forward with their processes for better efficiency.

14-15 November, London

Assessing collaboration between FinTech’s and banks to advance processes, technologies and ultimately efficiency. With increasingly higher levels of investment being poured into the FinTech industry year-on-year, The Center for Financial professionals will bring together industry experts from both the leading financial institutions and FinTech companies to discuss and share their experiences on the latest FinTech trends, developments and requirements. As banks and FinTech’s are increasingly moving towards closer collaboration in order to improve processes and efficiency, FinTech Europe 2017 will address a range of challenges and topics within the industry including: Data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, RegTech and cyber risk.

21-22 November, London

As financial institutions look towards further understanding of the FRTB standard and proposals guiding the next generation of market risk regulatory capital rules, the Center for Financial Professionals bring the 2nd Annual Fundamental Review of the Trading Book to deliver insight on the standard and a platform for further interaction and discussion to better understand the requirement and the impact on global financial institutions. We are currently researching this year’s agenda, more details will be provided soon. Click here to receive the first copy of the agenda once it has been released.

29 November, London The 2017 IFRS 17 forum will address the newly issued standards for accounting for insurance contracts. Join the forum to engage in networking opportunities with industry professionals, provoking presentations, and insightful panel discussions.

February 2018, London

The payments sector has evolved dramatically over the last 5-10 years with FinTechs emerging and altering its landscape and financial institutions investing in technologies to provide more efficient payment services. The Center for Financial Professionals will bring together payment experts from leading financial institutions to discuss the risks associated with, and technologies behind payments. As institutions continue to navigate through an era of increasing regulatory initiatives, with an increased focus on security and payments, hear from senior industry professionals share their experiences on the latest payment trends, developments and requirements

2018, London International Fund Management looks to bring together Fund Managers to provide a platform for networking, interaction, idea sharing, insight, and thought leadership. The multi stream function allows attendees to join a single, in depth work stream or to tailor make their topics by moving freely between streams.

2018, London

As the regulatory push around operational risk continues, op risk professionals are faced with new and varied threats. The 4th Annual Summit will bring together over 150 senior operational risk professionals to review operational risk frameworks and controls for a broader view of op risk as a function and using to drive business decisions. The Summit presents a great opportunity to hear Keynote Addresses from senior risk professionals and regulatory representatives as they review the regulatory agenda and evolving best practices. We are currently researching this year’s agenda, more details will be provided soon. Click here to receive the first copy of the agenda once it has been released.

2018, London The TLAC & MREL summit will explore and examine some of the opportunities, constraints and variations in approach to the two new regulatory standard. Playing host to several senior presenters from various institutions the summit provides platform which will prompt stimulating debate and discussion. The summit will cover critical points including industry preparedness, European approaches, disclosure, market dynamics, pricing and many more.

24-25 April 2018, London Taking place at the Tower – A Guoman Hotel, St Katharine’s Way, London. 

The Risk EMEA Summit is the leading gathering of banking risk and regulation professionals in London, with keynote discussions and 3 streams across two days and will attract attendees from across EMEA to join interactive polls, luncheon roundtables, exclusive invite only Breakfast Briefings, more than 50 sessions over 70 presenters. The 6th Annual Summit individually focused on; FRTB, Capital Management and Credit Risk.

TBC, London

Vendor & Third Party Risk EMEA will take professionals through the vendor life cycle. Across two days over 20 industry professionals will to deliver their insights and industry knowledge as to the risks associated with vendors and third parties, from internal processes and procedures to managing security and data breaches.

TBC, London

The 7th annual Liquidity and Funding Risk Management conference brings together senior banking experts to discuss the liquidity risk landscape and how they should be responding to the constant regulatory changes.
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