Liquidity Risk Management USA 2018

3rd Annual

Liquidity Risk Management USA

October 23-24 2018 | New York City | DoubleTree Hilton

Reviewing the latest updates within liquidity risk including regulation, markets and technology

Key topics to be addressed:

REGULATION
Navigating liquidity risk in today’s regulatory environment

INTRADAY LIQUIDITY
Reviewing the ability to build out and enhance the intraday liquidity program

FTP
Understanding the latest updates within funds transfer pricing and how firms can improve efficiency

RISK IDENTIFICATION
Exploring approaches to identifying new and unexpected threats and strengthen risk management

FORECASTING
Improving forecasting for an enhanced oversight of liquidity needs

STRESS TESTING
Analysis of current stress testing practices and how firms can improve liquidity management

INTEREST RATE RISK
Understanding how the rising rate environment could impact markets and liquidity

INDEPENDENT RISK FUNCTION
Approaches to developing an independent risk function and defining roles and responsibilities

THE FUTURE OF LRM
Exploring future predictions of the liquidity risk management function and how the industry might evolve

Hear from 20+ senior industry professionals including;

John Fennell

John Fennell
EVP & Chief Risk Officer
OCC

Pending

Andrew Craig
Officer, Funding and Liquidity Risk
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Andres Oranges

Andres.H.Oranges
COO, Liquidity Risk – Regulatory Change
Deutsche Bank

Steve Hageman

Steve Hageman
Managing Director Liquidity Risk
Société Generale

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Alexander Craig
MD, Head of US Liquidity & SIRR Oversight
RBC

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Ashok Jha
Head of Finance and Risk Regulatory Technology
BNY Mellon

Why you should not miss Liquidity Risk Management USA 2018!

Liquidity risk management continues to be a vitally important area to ensure the stability of the financial industry. The financial crisis highlighted how poor liquidity risk practices can quickly lead to the downfall of various institutions and have a knock on effect across the industry. Since then increased regulatory requirements and improved practices have arguably contributed too many FIs strengthening their liquidity risk function.

We are now experiencing new challenges in the form of markets, technology and regulatory demand. It is the task of many industry professionals to stay ahead of the curve and effectively monitor new risks. Being informed and adaptable in this current environment is key to success.

In light of this The Center for Financial Professionals will bring together some of the industry’s most senior thought leaders to discuss the liquidity landscape. Our upcoming 3rdAnnual Liquidity Risk Management summit will provide a platform for the industries finest to discuss the latest trends, updates and opportunities within liquidity risk.

Liquidity Risk Management USA

Day One | October 23, 2018 | New York City

08:00 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chairs opening remarks

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

09:00 Navigating liquidity risk as a SIFMU in today’s regulatory environment

  • Liquidity risks that CCPs like OCC have faced since the 2008 financial crisis
  • How have the regulations made achieving the level of liquidity resilience more difficult
  • The differences in central bank access between the U.S. and Europe
  • What innovations have occurred in response to the challenges and how that may impact the use of shadow banking to fill the gap

John Fennell, EVP & Chief Risk Officer, OCC

INTRADAY LIQUIDITY

09:50 Exploring current industry practices and the ability to build out and optimize the intraday liquidity program

  • Understanding firms specific intraday liquidity profiles
  • Fulfilling regulatory requirement
  • Maintaining buffer
  • Challenges for FBOs
  • Leveraging BCBS248
  • Production and analysis of a forecast that allows the optimization on inflows/outflows throughout a settlement day
  • Integration into contingency funding planning and stress testing
    • Liquidity buffers
    • Building a playbook- limiting market impact and reputational risk
  • Using technology to improve intraday approaches
  • Monitoring real time

Steven Hageman, Managing Director Liquidity Risk, Societe Generale

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

FUNDS TRANSFER PRICING

11:00 Identifying the latest trends and updates within FTP and how firms can look to enhance efficiency

  • Regulatory requirements
    • Broadening the scope of FTP
  • Internal review
  • How to handle the buffer
  • Combining FTP, liquidity, interest rate and banking book
    • Connecting various departments
  • FBOs challenges: Developing a FTP model which fits in locally and globally
  • Incentivizing the business
  • Enhancing BAU

Ishan Lal, Director, Credit Suisse

NSFR

11:40 NSFR: An update on the current standard and the ability to move forward and progress amidst uncertainty of expectations

  • Finalizing the rule
  • Interpreting of the standard
  • Moving forward in uncertainty
  • Building an efficient framework
    • Automation
  • Best practice and approach
  • Expectations for the coming year

12:20 Lunch break and networking

RISK IDENTIFICATION

1:20 Exploring the ability to strengthen risk management and effectively identify new and unexpected threats

  • Understanding firm specific risk
  • Risks beyond stress testing
    • Elements not captured
  • Building out a full risk identification framework
  • Increased communication with senior managers
    • Articulating risk
    • Increasing firm focus
  • Continual management

Rosanna Pezzo-Brizio, Treasurer – Head of Fixed Income, Intesa Sanpaolo

RECOVERY & RESOLUTION

2:00 Assessing liquidity needs in a resolution event and how this impacts minimum requirements

  • Implementing RRP liquidity frameworks
  • Best practice
  • Variations in resolution liquidity and BAU liquidity stress testing
  • Variations in jurisdiction
  • Funding solutions
  • Continual management of RRP liquidity and BAU liquidity

Josh Campos, Director – US Resolution Planning, RBC

CONTINGENCY FUNDING PLAN – PANEL DISCUSSION

2:40 Discussing contingency funding plans and how institutions can best prepare for possible crisis scenarios

  • Liquidity requirements in a crisis
  • Holding of liquidity reserves
  • Enterprise-wide integration/transparency
  • Measures, plans and procedures to put in place – Early warning indicators (EWIs)/triggers, escalation work-flow

Johan Van Duyvendijk, Global Head Liquidity & Funding Treasury Risk Control, UBS

Christian Pichlmeier, Head of Liquidity Risk, MUFG Union Bank

James Santoro, Managing Director, Head of Liquidity & Investment Advisory Americas, BNP Paribas

3:30 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

FORECASTING

4:00 Reviewing the ability to improve forecasting practices for enhanced oversight of liquidity needs

  • Accuracy of forecasting over the next twelve months
  • Understanding in flows & out flows
  • Key tools available to treasury
  • Improving co-ordination in the business
  • Data requirements for liquidity forecasting
  • Enhancing net interest margin via improved funding decisions and cash management
  • Improving crisis planning

Christian Pichlmeier, Head of Liquidity Risk, MUFG Union Bank

REPORTING

4:40 Reviewing the latest reporting requirements and leveraging pre-existing infrastructure and data into other areas

  • Current reporting requirements
  • Leveraging the 2052A report
  • Re-using data
    • Forecasting
  • Building out IT systems to enhance reporting
    • In house vs outsourcing
    • Data warehouses
    • Performance dashboards
    • Best practice

5:20 Chair’s closing remarks

5:30 End of day one and networking drinks reception

Bring the team

Liquidity Risk Management USA

Day Two | October 24, 2018 | New York City

08:15 Registration and breakfast

08:50 Chairs opening remarks

Moderated By

Steve Turner, Managing Director, Novantas

REGULATION – PANEL DISCUSSION

09:00 Reviewing the latest regulatory requirements and the ability to keep up to speed with increased scrutiny and pressure

  • Enhancing current regulation: What’s expected?
    • Reg YY
  • Potential changes to qualifying criteria
  • Allocating resources: Budget, time and staff
  • Regulatory feedback: MRA & MRIA
  • FBOs: Complying to multiple jurisdictions
    • Operating under a global governance framework
    • Allocating costs
  • Preparing for the future

Alexander Craig, MD, Head of US Liquidity & SIRR Oversight, RBC

Ashok Jha, Head of Finance and Risk Regulatory Technology, BNY Mellon

Andres Oranges, Chief Operating Officer, Liquidity Risk Management – Regulatory Change, Program Management and Operational Effectiveness, Deutsche Bank

Vineet Gumasta, Regional Head Balance Sheet Risk, Rabobank

STRESS TESTING

09:50 Understanding how firms can enhance current stress testing practices to improve liquidity management

  • Continual management and improvement
  • Best practice
  • Modelling
  • Incorporating business lines of liquidity into stress testing
  • Firm specific scenarios
    • Reviewing & adapting to business needs

Stephanie Weiss, Treasurer, Managing Director, Mizuho Securities USA

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

INTEREST RATE RISK

11:00 Understanding impacts of the rising rate environment and the possible risk associated with liquidity management

Charlie Peng, SVP and Head of Market Risk Management Department, Bank of China USA

INTEREST RATE RISK CONTINUED – PANEL DISCUSSION

11:40 Understanding impacts of the rising rate environment and the possible risk associated with liquidity management

  • Market volatility
  • How quickly is the market/rates changing
  • Managing liquidity in a rising rate environment
    • Larger vs Smaller FIs
  • Producing sustainable internal structures and frameworks

Johan Duyvendijk, Global Head Liquidity & Funding Treasury Risk Control, UBS

Charlie Peng, SVP and Head of Market Risk Management Department, Bank of China USA

James Santoro, Managing Director, Head of Liquidity & Investment Advisory Americas, BNP Paribas

12:30 Lunch break and networking

1:30 Franchise Viability Risk – Pillar 2 Liquidity by the PRA

  • Debt buyback
  • Early termination of non-margined derivatives
  • Prime brokerage
  • Matched books
  • What is franchise viability risk?
  • What actually happened in 2008?
  • How does regulation treat them now and in the future?
  • What other potential franchise viability liquidity risks are out there?

John Vergel de Dios, Director, CIT Group

TECHNOLOGY

2:10 Discussing how firms can utilize technology to improve understanding of real time liquidity needs

  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence
    • Real time view: more predictive analytics capabilities
    • Building software in house vs outsourcing
    • Identifying digital talent
  • Persuading regulators and senior managers that machine learning will produce accurate figures
    • What are the risks?
    • How can it benefit the business?
  • Historical trends: Identifying natural seasonality
  • Ensuring effective cyber security practices
  • Regulatory perspective on technology
  • Threat if your bank is not up to speed with technology

2:50 Through the lens of our clients: Embracing, adapting, and planning for a world of change by governments, providers and within their ecosystems

  • Trends of the non-financial corporate, across the spectrum from traditional to digital
  • Impact on management of liquidity
  • How are they changing the way they buy and sell?
  • What new “rails” are they utilizing or exploring to facilitate their commercial activity?
  • Where are they relying on banks to help manage their liquidity?
  • What things are on the horizon that they are considering?

Michael Botek, Director of Global Market Management, Citi

3:30 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

INDEPENDENT RISK FUNCTION

4:00 Identifying approaches to developing an independent risk function and the ability to define roles and responsibilities

  • Independent risk function in the three lines of defence
  • Regulatory Guidance (SR-10-06, Reg. YY – Enhance Prudential Standards, Proposed Supervisory Guidance)
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Implementing the independent risk function

Andrew Craig, Officer, Funding and Liquidity Risk, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

FUTURE OF LRM – PANEL DISCUSSION

4:40 Exploring the future predictions of liquidity risk management as a function and how the industry might evolve over the next five years

  • Anticipated future trends and themes
  • How to prepare
  • Regulatory expectation and vision
    • How do we anticipate the regulatory environment to develop
  • Technological advancements
  • Predictions on what the liquidity landscape will look like in five years’ time?

Benoit Dauchez, Executive Director/Liquidity Planning & Coverage, Morgan Stanley

Genti Smaci, Managing Director – Head of ERM Audit, BNP Paribas

Vineet Gumasta, Regional Head Balance Sheet Risk, Rabobank

5:30 Chair’s closing remarks & end of Congress

Liquidity Risk Management USA | Speakers

Find out more about our 20+ senior industry professionals that will be presenting at the Congress in October.

Michael Botek
Michael Botek, Director of Global Market Management, Citi

Michael Botek will be presenting at Liquidity Risk Management USA 2018

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Joshua Campos, Director – US Resolution Planning, RBC

Josh Campos recently joined the Royal Bank of Canada as Director of US Resolution Planning. Prior to joining the Royal Bank of Canada, Josh was employed by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where he was a key participant in Federal Reserve System initiatives to supervise LISCC liquidity risk practices (CLAR) and recovery and resolution planning preparedness (SRP). Prior to the Federal Reserve, Josh was employed by BNY Mellon where he facilitated the development of capital, liquidity, and other financial content for global recovery and resolution plans, with ownership of resolution financial modeling assumption development and execution.

Pending
Andrew Craig, Officer, Funding and Liquidity Risk, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Andrew is a liquidity risk specialist covering a large domestic financial Institution in the Second District of the Federal Reserve and participates in the Liquidity Program. He joined the Federal Reserve in 2011 after 20+ years in various treasury positions at a large domestic financial institution. Andrew holds a Masters in Economics from the University of New South Wales and a Masters of Applied Finance from Macquarie University. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Financial Risk Manager (FRM).

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Alexander Craig, MD, Head of US Liquidity & SIRR Oversight, RBC

Alexander Craig is Managing Director, Head of U.S. Liquidity & Structural Interest Rate Risk Oversight for RBC’s combined U.S. operations (CUSO). Mr. Craig joined RBC in October 2015 and is responsible for leading the US GRM team that conducts independent oversight and review of funding, liquidity and structural interest rate risk management for RBC CUSO. Prior to joining RBC, Mr. Craig was a Supervising Examiner at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he was a member of the Funding, Liquidity and Interest Rate Risk team focused on large and systemically important financial institutions. In his time at the Fed, he was an on-site examiner at several large financial institutions and was a lead examiner for multiple components of the annual Comprehensive Liquidity Assessment and Review (CLAR) cross-firm, horizontal examination. Prior to the Fed, Mr. Craig was a senior member of M&T Bank’s corporate treasury division and was responsible for managing the bank’s investment portfolio, wholesale funding activities and bank owned life insurance (BOLI). Mr. Craig holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Binghamton University and a Master of Business Administration from New York University’s Stern School of Business.

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Benoit Dauchez, Executive Director/Liquidity Planning & Coverage, Morgan Stanley

Benoit has been a member of Morgan Stanley’s Liquidity Planning and Coverage team for over six years. His responsibilities include development of liquidity stress testing models and liquidity risk management.

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John Vergel de Dios, Director, CIT Group

John Vergel de Dios is a Director at CIT Group and is Head of Liquidity Risk Management. In this capacity, John is responsible for liquidity for the entire Firm and was with the Firm as it became a Systemically Important Financial Institution and needed to comply with Enhanced Prudential Standards (EPS). He ensured compliance through the establishment of ad-hoc scenario stress testing, legal entity liquidity risk management, early warning indicators and limits, intraday risk management, and collateral monitoring. John was also a key adviser to management during the sale of over 30% of its assets and subsequent record capital and debt actions.

Prior to that John was at Deutsche Bank Treasury and was Head of Liquidity Risk Management and Treasury Regulation in the Americas. John was responsible for liquidity stress testing, ensuring businesses adhere to liquidity limits, and educating clients, regulators, and rating agencies on the Firm’s liquidity. John worked at Lehman Brothers for a decade and worked at Lehman Treasury at the time of the bankruptcy. John worked in Asset & Liability Management focused on optimization of less liquid collateral and alternative funding sources. John is a specialist in the wholesale funding markets having covered unsecured, repo, and asset backed commercial paper funding

John has a B.A. in Economics and East Asian Studies from New York University. A native New Yorker and active triathlete, John worked in Japan for nine years and is fluent in Japanese.

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Johan Van Duyvendijk, Global Head Liquidity & Funding Treasury Risk Control, UBS

Johan Van Duyvendijk will be presenting at Liquidity Risk Management USA 2018

John Fennell
John Fennell, EVP & Chief Risk Officer, OCC

John Fennell is Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of OCC, the world’s largest equity derivatives clearing organization.
John is responsible for implementing OCC’s risk management strategy. He oversees OCC’s Model Validation and Enterprise Risk Management departments, along with Security Services, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, and Vendor Risk Management areas.
Since joining OCC in 1993, John primarily has worked in OCC’s Risk Management Department, where he served as Executive Vice President, Financial Risk Management. Previously, he served as Senior Vice President, Risk Management & Treasury Operations, overseeing Financial Risk Management and custodial operations related to all margin and clearing fund securities deposits with OCC.
John holds an M.B.A. in Finance from DePaul University and a B.S. from Northern Illinois University.

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Vineet Gumasta, Regional Head Balance Sheet Risk, Rabobank

Vineet Gumasta will be presenting at Liquidity Risk Management USA 2018

Steve Hageman
Steven Hageman, Managing Director Liquidity Risk, Societe Generale

Steven Hageman is a Managing Director in Liquidity Risk for SG Americas. The Liquidity Risk Unit is responsible for independent review of liquidity and structural risks for the US Affiliates and Branches.
Prior to joining SG in April 2016, Steven worked for HSBC North America Holdings, where he was responsible for Asset Liability Management for the US Holding Company, including liquidity and interest rate risk. Steven worked for HSBC in ALM for over 9 years, and helped establish the liquidity risk reporting and management framework for their US Operation.
Prior to that, Steven worked for HSBC in a variety of Finance roles and with ABN AMRO supporting their Transaction Banking Market Research.

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Ashok Jha, Head of Finance and Risk Regulaotry Technology, BNY Mellon

Senior IT manager with more than 20 years of experience in financial sector with front and back office application design and development, database architecture and design, data warehousing and business intelligence architecture. Specialized in creating IT business strategies and management of multiple programs and projects, managing budgets/forecasts, project planning, resource planning, infrastructure management and all aspects of software development life cycle (SDLC).

Specialties: Client Management, Finance, Risk, Regulatory, Product Control, Treasury and Operations – Funding and Intra-day Liquidity Applications, Data warehousing and BI reporting architect, Infrastructure management, Program and Project management, Vendor management, Managing a global team, Outsourcing onshore and offshore and managed service.

Ishan Lal
Ishan Lal, Director, Credit Suisse

Ishan Lal’s primary responsibilities are capital and resource optimization, funding, and liquidity management. He is the Equities business point of contact with Treasury and Liquidity Risk teams as well as external regulators on liquidity and funding requirements for Prime Brokerage, Synthetic Financing and other Equities business activities. Ishan has also led the development of regulatory liquidity stress models governing Credit Suisse’s Prime Services businesses activities and was instrumental in establishing a governance framework to assess business activity across critical liquidity risk metrics.

Ishan joined Credit Suisse in 2002. Prior to his current position, he helped develop an equity secured funding capability within the Equities businesses. Ishan holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School and a B.A. from Oxford University and is Series 7, 63 and 24 certified.

Andres Oranges
Andres H Oranges, Chief Operating Officer, Liquidity Risk Management – Regulatory Change Operational Management and Operational Effectiveness, Deutsche Bank

As Chief Operating Officer for Liquidity Risk Management, Andres is leading the development of Deutsche Bank’s Risk culture and capabilities to re-imagine operational excellence of program, regulatory and business management through its people and technology.
As a transformational executive and global business leader, Andres has an impressive history of surpassing ambitious business goals and delivering strategic innovations. He has a consistent track record of positioning groups for success, spurring multimillion-dollar cost efficiencies, delivering strategic change initiatives and building highly accomplished teams.
Andres’ passion is around people. He has had an opportunity to teach finance and economics at the university, is an advisor and mentor to numerous students and colleagues alike. His most important role however is inspiring his son to follow his dreams.
Andres holds a BS in Business Administration and Finance from Marist College, an MBA from Hofstra University and lives in the greater NYC area with his wife, son and two dogs. He is also actively engaged and committed to helping drive change in his local community through numerous non-profit organizations.

Charlie Peng
Charlie Peng, SVP, Head of Market Risk Management Department, Bank of China USA

Mr. Charlie Peng is currently a Senior Vice President and Head of Market Risk Management Department at Bank of China USA. His group is primarily responsible for overseeing the bank’s trading book market risk, the interest rates and liquidity risk in the banking book, and most recently the bank’s Recovery and Resolution Plans.

Prior to that, he was a director in Global Risk Oversight group at American Express, mainly responsible for financial & treasury risk modelling, market risk oversight, asset liability and liquidity risk management. He worked as a vice president at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in its Global Banking and Markets risk management group covering fixed income trading. He also worked at Deloitte & Touche LLP as consultant in financial derivatives valuation and auditing advisory.

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Rosanna Pezzo-Brizio, Treasurer – Head of Fixed Income, Intesa Sanpaolo
Rosanna Pezzo-Brizio is currently the Treasurer and Head of Fixed Income at Intesa Sanpaolo NY Branch. In her current role she is in charge of managing the liquidity of the Branch as well as supervising a Proprietary Portfolio.
Mrs. Pezzo-Brizio is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Columbia University where she teaches Fixed Income Portfolio Management.
She has a PhD in Mathematics of Finance from the University of Brescia in Italy and a Master of Mathematics of Finance from Columbia University.
Before joining Intesa Sanpaolo Mrs. Pezzo-Brizio was an Exotic Trader at RBS, a Risk Manager at Greenwich Capital and an analyst at Goldman Sacks Asset Management.
Christian Pichlmeier
Christian Pichlmeier, Head of Liquidity Risk, MUFG Union Bank

With more than 15 years of experience in Treasury and Asset/Liability Management, Christian joined MUFG in 2013 when he became Treasurer of MUFG’s Broker/Dealer. He built up the internal stress testing methodology and the linkage to internal funds transfer pricing. In 2016, Christian took on a role within MUFG to become Head of Liquidity Risk at MUFG Union Bank. Among the main accomplishments is a focus on internal liquidity ratios as opposed to regulatory ratios including building up a stress testing assumption set which measures up to highest regulatory standards. Before MUFG, Christian worked at Citi and HSH Nordbank of Germany, most notably as their Treasurer of the New York Branch.

James Santoro
James Santoro, Managing Director, Head of Liquidity & Investment Advisory Americas, BNP Paribas

Jim Santoro is a Managing Director and Head of Liquidity & Investment Advisory Americas at BNP Paribas. In this capacity, Jim and his team work with multinational organizations on end-to-end liquidity and investment needs by reviewing and understanding client investment policies, cash flow needs, return hurdles, etc., ultimately advising clients on creating optimal liquidity solutions for treasury cash.

Prior to joining BNP Paribas, Jim held senior roles with increasing responsibility in Liquidity and Finance at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and JPMorgan Chase. Jim has also spent time at SG Cowen and Neuberger Berman.

Jim received his MBA in Finance from the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business and his bachelor’s degree from Villanova University. He is a member of the Association of Financial Professionals. Jim also holds series 24, 7 and 63 licenses.

Genti Smaci
Genti Smaci, Managing Director – Head of ERM Audit, BNP Paribas

Genti is the head of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Audit team within Inspection Générale North America (IGNA) Hub at BNP Paribas. The ERM audit team evaluates the bank’s capital planning, ALM and liquidity risk management, operational risk, and model risk management practices. In addition, the team also evaluates broader Enhanced Prudential Standards (EPS) requirements and other supervisory expectations related to Risk Management and Governance.

Genti has over 17 years of experience with IGNA where he has covered key business lines and functions of BNP Paribas’ North America operations.

He holds a degree in Finance from the University of Tirana and a Master’s Degree in International Finance from the University of Amsterdam. In addition, he is a certified Financial Risk Manager (FMR), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and holds a Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA).

Steve Turner
Steve Turner, Managing Director, Novantas

Steve Turner is a Managing Director in Novantas’ Treasury and Risk Support practice. He has broad experience working with financial institutions to develop and execute financial strategies, improve risk measurement capabilities, and strengthen overarching governance. He focuses on treasury, liquidity and funding, valuation, stress testing, and governance issues. He started his career in commercial banking and led the treasury function of a $30 billion bank, along with stints leading the strategic planning and acquisition groups. Prior to joining Novantas, Steve was a Partner in the risk practice at First Manhattan Consulting Group.
Steve is a frequent speaker at numerous banking and regulator sponsored conferences on topics which have included LCR/NSFR industry effects, funds transfer pricing, stressed liquidity, and CCAR. He is a published author on these topics in top industry publications including the Novantas Review, Bank Accounting and Finance, Commercial Banking Review, Bank Director and American Banker.
Steve received a BS in economics from Allegheny College and an MBA in finance from Tulane University.

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Stephanie Weiss, Treasurer, Managing Director, Mizuho Securities USA

Stephanie Weiss has spent the last 20+ years in Treasury at various global financial firms. She is currently the Treasurer of Mizuho Securities USA, where she created and implemented the Corporate Treasury function. She is responsible for the unsecured funding of the balance sheet, investing excess cash, developing policies and procedures related to funding, investing and transfer pricing, consistent with regulations where applicable.

She is also responsible for liquidity management, and has developed reports, analyses, policies and procedures to monitor, manage and mitigate liquidity risk to the firm.

She is a member of the ALCo and Risk Committees, as well as the New Products Committee.

She is also responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with banks, regulators and rating agencies for liquidity.

Risk Insights | Liquidity Risk Management USA

Find our speakers and sponsors thought-leadership articles here. These articles feed from our much larger Risk Insights area on our website that provides you with white papers, thought-leadership, articles and more across risk and regulation.

24th May 2018

Liquidity risk: Regulation, markets and technology

By Shannon Harris, Senior Research Executive, CeFPro.
22nd May 2018

Incorporating a level of liquidity risk in stress testing and reviewing CLAR requirements

22nd May 2018

The potential deregulation under the new administration

By Frank Morisano, Chief Risk Officer at Industrial & Commercial Bank of China.
21st May 2018

Reviewing the impact of EPS a year on

By Andrew Fellingham, Group Head, Director Market and Liquidity Risk Management Americas, SMBC.
9th May 2018

Improving resolvability and increasing productivity through robotic process automation

By Candice Nonas, Managing Consultant, RGP.
2nd May 2018

Reviewing the role of the lines of defence in liquidity risk management

By Andrew Fellingham, Director, Group Head Market and Liquidity Risk Management, Americas Division, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation.
14th March 2018

Managing Risk through Technology and Creating a Resolution Plan

By Candice Nonas, Managing Consultant, RGP.
20th February 2018

Managing balance sheet and regulatory requirements across entities and jurisdictions

By Steven Hageman, Chief Liquidity Risk Officer, Societe Generale.
8th February 2018

Reviewing the impact of EPS on FBOs

By Ji Qin, Head of Market Risk, MUFG and Andrew Fellingham, Director Group Head Market and Liquidity Risk, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. 
30th January 2018

Creating a simplified view: Exploring how RRP has shifted firm perspective

By William Salter, Managing Director, Recovery and Resolution, Citi.
30th January 2018

Discussing the regulatory uncertainty around level of expectation for FBOs

By David Ambler, Former Head of US Resolution Planning, Societe Generale.
24th January 2018

Reviewing the ability to identify critical vendors and services

By Jim Arsenault, SVP Recovery & Resolution Planning, Citizens Bank.
13th December 2017

Reviewing the transparency of recovery and resolution requirements and potential changes

By Isabelle Winkles, MD, Recovery & Resolution Planning, Morgan Stanley.
6th December 2017

Identifying critical vendors and services in order to develop sustainable resolvability contracts

By James McPherson, Vice President and Counsel, Regulatory Unit, Credit Agricole.
15th November 2017

Exploring advances within recovery and resolution planning

By Shannon Harris, Senior Research Executive, Center for Financial Professionals. 

Sponsorship & Partners 

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Please contact the Center for Financial Professionals today to discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities.

Download our sponsorship package for an outline of what we can offer, but please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +1 888 677 7007 where a member of the team will be happy to tailor the right package for you.

2018 Co-Sponsor

Novantas


Novantas is the industry leader in analytic advisory services and technology solutions for banks. We create superior value for retail and commercial banks through deep and insightful analysis of the information that drives the financial services industry across pricing, product development, treasury and risk management, distribution, marketing, and workforce management.
For more information, visit www.novantas.com

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We are happy to support publications, associations and organisations at this event. From a simple company listing with your logo to taking advantage of some of our sponsor benefits listed above. To discuss a media partnership further please email casey.graves@cefpro.com or call +1 888 677 7007

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Liquidity Risk Management USA | Venue

DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan, 569 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA

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FAQs

Can I present at Liquidity Risk Management USA

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at the Congress. For further information on this please contact shannon.harris@cefpro.com

Are there any rules on the dress code?

Business attire is requested. The Congress is a formal opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to gain knowledge from the industry’s finest risk management experts.

What is the cost and what is included in the registration fee?

We offer incentives for ‘early bird’ registrants of the Congress, as outlined on our pricing structure.

Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of day One, full access to the Congress sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

Where can I find the Congress documentation and speaker presentations?

All registered attendees will receive an email with access to documentation and speaker presentations*

All available documentation will be provided after the Congress has taken place. However we will work with our presenters to make these available before the Congress where possible.

*Please note that our speakers often have to gain permission from their relevant compliance departments to release their presentations. On rare occasions compliance may not allow presentations to be distributed.

Will breakfast, lunch and refreshment be provided?

Yes. As with all of our events the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

Will there be opportunities to network with other attendees?

There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Congress, such as

  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Drinks reception at the end of the first day of the Congress (subject to confirmation)
  • Q&A, panel discussions and audience participation technology at the event and during the sessions
I have several colleagues that would like to attend, is there a group discount?

Certainly! We are pleased to offer you a 50% discount on the third registration or provide a fifth registration for free.

If you would like to register more than five colleagues please contact us on +1 888 677 7007.

Please note:

  • Registrations must be made at the same time
  • Registrations must come from the organization
  • The lowest registration will be discounted
Are there opportunities to share my thought-leadership at Liquidity Risk Management USA?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of Liquidity Risk Management USA and our wider risk professionals community.

At the event
We can distribute your material to the attendees or even offer you an exhibition booth so that you may enjoy a more prominent presence at the Congress. Visit the Sponsor tab for further information or contact sales@cefpro.com / +1 888 677 7007.

Risk Insights
Feature your content on our Risk Insights website and supporting Risk Insights monthly newsletter. For further information please download our media pack here.

Are media partnerships available for Liquidity Risk Management USA?

Yes. As part of a media partnership we can offer a variety of options to increase the branding and awareness of your association, company, certificate, publication or media. We are flexible with what we can offer however we usually:

  • Provide a discounted rate to attend
  • Place your logo and profile on the Congress website
  • Place your logo on the Congress brochure
  • Place your logo on promotional content where applicable
  • Distribute your media/marketing at the Congress
  • Promote through social media channels

To discuss this further please contact casey.graves@cefpro.com or call +1 888 677 7007.

Liquidity Risk Management USA | Registration

Should you have any questions regarding registering, please contact the Center for Financial Professionals, please contact us on +1 888 677 7007 (US) or +44 (0)20 7164 6582, or email casey.graves@cefpro.com 

Launch Special
(Register by June 29)
Summer Special
(Register by August 10)
Super Early Bird
(Register by September 14)
Early Bird
(Register by October 12)
Standard Rate
(Registrations after October 13)
Liquidity Risk Management USA
October 23, 24
$1,099
(Save $900)
$1,199
(Save $800)
$1,299
(Save $700)
$1,499
(Save $500)
$1,999

Group Bookings:

Group rates are available for 3 or more attendees from the same organization, when registering at the same time. The current rate allows every third colleague to come along for half price or a fifth colleague to attend for FREE.

Other ways to register:

1. Save time and register by email

Simply email casey.graves@cefpro.com with your E-Signature – and we will do the rest for you!

2. Contact us directly

3. Download the PDF registration form

Earn CPE Points

To claim your CPE points please contact info@cefpro.com or call +1 888 677 7007

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