Fundamental Review of the Trading Book

Assessing FRTB progress, opportunities and constraints ahead of full implementation

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Fundamental Review of the Trading Book

Key Highlights Addressed in 2017


Examining the ability to prepare for full implementation in uncertainty

Global Approaches

Understanding variations in global approaches and the possible impacts of an un-level playing field

Standardised Approach

Exploring the capital implications of standardised approach at an individual desk level

Internal Model Approach

Reviewing IMA opportunities and constraints to assess viability and approach

Alignment with other Regulations

Understanding the possible interactions of FRTB with other regulations

P&L Attribution

Examining P&L attribution requirements and maintenance at a desk level

Non-Modellable Risk

Examining definitions of non-modellable risk factors and the impact on data requirements and capital

Data & Systems

Reviewing the FRTB data requirements and the ability to building sufficient systems

Governance & Control

Identifying governance and control processes for FRTB to allow for effective implementation and management

Post Implementation

Discussing potential impacts and consequences post FRTB implementation

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Assessing the business implications of the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book

With: Ed Duncan, Barclays, Bo Boison, Nordea Bank AB, Britta Achmann, Deutsche Bank

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The challenge of P&L attribution

A presentation by Alan Smillie, Head of Capital & Ratings Methodology at Nomura. Download the PDF here

Effectively understanding if and how to model the un-modellable

Pascal Gibart, Head of Risk Quants at Credit Agricole CIB, releases his PDF guide on NMFR and SES Download the PDF here

Default risk modelling

Mirela Predescu, Deputy Head, Credit and Repo – Market and Counterparty Risk Methods and Analytics at BNP Paribas addresses a default risk model complaint framework Download the PDF here


31st October 2017

Overcoming the key regulatory issues and challenges on FRTB implementation

By Alan Smillie, Head of Capital & Ratings Methodology, Nomura.
16th October 2017

Reviewing FRTB final rule

By Lars Popken, Global Head of Risk Methodology at Deutsche Bank.
10th October 2017

Implementation pitfalls – Case studies and lessons learned

By Stefan Scheutzow, Expert and Market Risk Team Lead and Hendrik Sumpf, Associate Manager from Finbridge.
6th October 2017

FRTB: Incorporating a strong governance and controls process

By Harshal Talati, Head of Market Risk Reporting at the Royal Bank of Scotland.
4th October 2017

Ensuring alignment between FRTB processes and P&L

By Tony Lawson, Director of Strategy at Barclays.
14th September 2017

Supervisory approaches to the review of FRTB implementation

23rd August 2017

Preparing for the increased data requirements for FRTB reporting

21st August 2017

The challenge of P&L Attribution

4th August 2017

FRTB Implementation: Key concerns, opportunities and constraints

5th April 2017

Executing the FRTB in practice and contending with timing constraints

5th April 2017

Looking ahead to FRTB implementation and understanding the requirements

22nd February 2017

Effectively understanding if and how to model the un-modellable

8th February 2017

FRTB: Default risk modelling

1st June 2016

FRTB: Model eligibility, IMA and standard rules

5th April 2016

CVA Sensitivities – Theory and Practice

4th April 2016

A Look Towards the CVA Finalisation Rules

24th February 2016

The Unintended Impacts of FRTB on Emerging Markets

17th February 2016

Reviewing the Finalisation Paper for the Revised Capital Standard for Market Risk

17th February 2016

Key Regulatory Challenges Facing EMEA Risk Professionals

4th January 2016

FRTB Conclusions and The Debate Between VaR and ES

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