Recovery and Resolution USA

Recovery-and-Resolution

Exploring advances within recovery and resolution plans (RRP) as institutions prepare and plan for the next round of submissions

Recovery and Resolution USA | March 20-21, 2018 | New York City

Join our Recovery and Resolution Planning (RRP) 2018 Conference to hear from senior practitioners and to network with your peers. Two days of expert speakers, researched topics and networking at a reasonable cost.

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

Hear from 15+ senior recovery and resolution experts:
Key topics to be addressed at the conference:
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Rodney Sunada-Wong

CRO- U.S. Broker-Dealer & Swap Dealers

Morgan Stanley

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James McPherson

VP & Counsel

Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank

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William Salter

Managing Director, Recovery and Resolution

Citi

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Ricardo Crumble

Global Head of Liquidity Planning & Analysis

Northern Trust

Michael Drennen

Michael Drennen

Director, Head of U.S Resolution Planning

Société Générale

David Ambler

Former Head of US resolution planning

Societe Generale

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Michael Benavides

Director, Head of Resolution Planning

CIT

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Nina Simmons

Director, Enterprise Risk Management US Resolution Planning

Deutsche Bank

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Jim Arsenault

Senior Vice President, Resolution Planning

Citizens Bank

International variations

Exploring divergences in regulatory expectations and the impacts on FI’s operating across multiple jurisdictions

Capital

Analysis of the current recovery and resolution requirements and the interconnectivity with capital

Foreign banking organizations

Discussing the regulatory uncertainty surrounding FBOs and the potential impacts on submission

Compliance and audit

Reviewing the ability to comply with requirements by aligning capabilities laid out in the plan and playbooks

Impacts on the business

Understanding and managing the impacts of RRP on the business and profitability

RRP review

Exploring the current progress and development within recovery and resolution planning and possible future variations

Liquidity

Assessing the potential liquidity requirements in a resolution scenario

Critical vendors and services

Reviewing the capability to identify critical vendors and services and develop sustainable resolvability contracts

Operational continuity

Examining the potential operational impacts associated with recovery and resolution planning

Legal entities

Exploring how firm’s perspective has shifted from the business line to legal entities

Why it is important to attend Recovery and Resolution USA?

Recovery and resolution planning (RRP) is arguably one of the most significant operations within all modern day financial institutions. The financial crisis highlighted how institutions were poorly prepared for a crisis scenario. The vital mistakes made prior to 2008/2009 are now lessons for future risk professionals aiming to mitigate against another financial downturn. The recovery and resolution landscape is actively developing as the RRP requirements grow. Understandably each firm is at a different stage of progression due to variations in requirements and submission dates. However common themes have been highlighted as major issues for multiple institutions. For example unanswered questions surrounding IDI plans, critical services/vendors, capital and liquidity requirements and implications for FBOs are leading debates. With RRP rapidly growing in importance it is essential that these leading questions are addressed by the industry.

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Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Day One March 20, 2018 | New York

08:15 Morning coffee, breakfast, and registration

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

Candice Nonas, Managing Consultant, RGP

RRP OVERVIEW – PANEL DISCUSSION

09:00 Reviewing current progress within recovery and resolution planning and possible future variations

  • Progress since 2012
  • Current industry practice
  • Has RRP achieved its goals?
  • LER transforming bank infrastructure
  • Future of RRP
    • Political influence

Michael Drennen, Director, Head of U.S. Resolution Planning, Societe Generale

Jim Arsenault, SVP Recovery & Resolution Planning, Citizens Bank

Mark Hennenfent, Director – Head of Operational Continuity, Deutsche Bank

IDI PLAN

09:50 Understanding the latest updates and trends associated with the IDI plan

  • Methodology and theory of IDI
  • Differences in IDI plan and resolution plan
  • Plan updates
    • Franchise component
    • Alignment of core business lines
  • Comparison of IDI plan and services taxonomies

Irene A. Dlugopolsky, Corporate Treasury, MUFG Union Bank, N.A.

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

THE REQUIREMENT – JOINT SESSION

11:00 Capabilities to meet resolution requirements

  • Defining resolvability
  • Single point of entry strategy
  • Strategic and legal framework capabilities
  • Financial adequacy capabilities
  • Operational continuity capabilities
  • Maintaining capabilities through time

Isabelle Winkles, MD, Recovery & Resolution Planning, Morgan Stanley

Reid Whiting, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley

CAPITAL

12:10 Addressing the current capital requirements and the interconnectivity with recovery and resolution planning

  • TLAC implementation
    • Timelines
    • Variations in progress in EU, UK & US
    • Approaches to capital structure and debt instruments to be TLAC compliant
  • Subsidiarization and the associated capital implications
  • Alignment of capital and liquidity stress testing with resolution scenarios
  • Raising level above current mandate

12:50 Lunch break and networking

LIQUIDITY – DOUBLE SESSION

1:50 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

Ricardo Crumble, Global Head of Liquidity Planning Analysis, Northern Trust

LIQUIDITY – DOUBLE SESSION CONTINUED

2:30 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

Joshua Campos, Funding, Liquidity and Interest Rate Risk, RBC

3:10 Afternoon refreshment break & networking

CRITICAL SERVICES

3:40 Reviewing the ability to identify critical vendors and services in order to develop sustainable resolvability contracts

  • Defining a critical vendor
  • Shared services in RRP vs IDI plan
  • Amending standardized vendor contracts to withstand dis-affiliation
    • Agreed terms
    • Avoiding concessions and limiting financial costs
  • Formulating sustainable contract language
  • Maintaining a manageable list of critical vendors
  • Fourth party outsourcing
  • Consequences of un-mediated contracts
  • Promoting future resolvability terms

Jim Arsenault, SVP Recovery & Resolution Planning, Citizens Bank

CRITICAL SERVICES CONTINUED – PANEL DISCUSSION

4:20 Reviewing the ability to identify critical vendors and services in order to develop sustainable resolvability contracts

Jim Arsenault, SVP Recovery & Resolution Planning, Citizens Bank

James McPherson, Vice President and Counsel, Regulatory Unit, Credit Agricole

5:10 Chairs closing remarks

5:20 End of day one & networking drinks reception

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Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Day Two March 21, 2018 | New York

08:15 Morning coffee, breakfast, and registration

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

IMPACTS ON THE BUSINESS – PANEL DISCUSSION

9:00 Analyzing how recovery and resolution planning impacts the general overview of the business and profitability

  • Enhanced view of the organization
  • Costs associated with RRP: Absorbing costs
  • Impacts on profitability
  • Messaging and communication to stakeholders
  • Value to the business
  • Continual management of RRP

Michael Benavides, Director, Head of Resolution Planning, CIT

Michael Drennen, Director, Head of U.S. Resolution Planning, Societe Generale

OPERATIONAL CONTINUITY

9:50 Assessing the operational impacts associated with a resolution scenario and the implications on individual business lines

  • Improving structure and planning processes
  • Impacts on financial systems
  • Access to financial markets: Director or indirect
  • Maintaining access to payment and clearing functions
  • Retention, securing staff in a resolution scenario
    • Quantifying expected numbers
  • Governance and control

Candice Nonas, Managing Consultant, RGP

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

FOREIGN BANKING ORGANIZATIONS

11:00 Discussing the regulatory uncertainty around level of expectation for FBOs and preparation ahead of extended 2018 submission

  • Treatment of IHCs and non IHCs
  • Changing criteria for low risk institutions
  • Treasury requirements
  • Aligning home and US requirements
  • Treatment of isolated and group wide events
  • Obtaining funding from home office with unfinalized regulations
  • Home vs host critical services
  • Implementing final requirements in shortened timeframe

Patrick Cardarelli, Enterprise Recovery & Resolution Planning, Royal Bank of Canada

FOREIGN BANKING ORGANIZATIONS – PANEL DISCUSSION

11:40 Discussing the regulatory uncertainty around level of expectation for FBOs and preparation ahead of extended 2018 submission

  • Treatment of IHCs and non IHCs
  • Changing criteria for low risk institutions
  • Treasury requirements
  • Aligning home and US requirements
  • Treatment of isolated and group wide events
  • Obtaining funding from home office with unfinalized regulations
  • Home vs host critical services
  • Implementing final requirements in shortened timeframe

Nina Simmons, Director, Deutsche Bank

David Ambler, Former Head of US Resolution Planning, Societe Generale

Patrick Cardarelli, Enterprise Recovery & Resolution Planning, Royal Bank of Canada

12:30 Lunch break and networking

LEGAL ENTITIES

1:30 Exploring how recovery and resolution planning has shifted firm perspective from the business line to legal entities creating a simplified view

  • Legal entity simplification and the impacts on organization structure
  • Connectivity of legal entities: Technology, HR, Vendors, Facilities
  • Legal entity variation based on institution size
  • Impacts of resolution event on different legal entities
  • Legal entity strategy

William Salter, Managing Director, Recovery and Resolution, Citi

LEGAL ENTITIES CONTINUED – PANEL DISCUSSION

2:10 Exploring how recovery and resolution planning has shifted firm perspective from the business line to legal entities creating a simplified view

Rodney Sunada-Wong, CRO- U.S. Broker-Dealer & Swap Dealers, Morgan Stanley

William Salter, Managing Director, Citi

James McPherson, Vice President and Counsel, Regulatory Unit, Credit Agricole

David Ambler, Former Head of US Resolution Planning, Societe Generale

3:00 Afternoon refreshment break & networking

BUSINESS AS USUAL

3:30 Enhancing BAU functions and capabilities as RRP evolves and develops year on year

  • Leveraging resources into balance sheet growth, CCAR, Financial analysis and reporting
  • Impacts on organization models: Re-structuring for ongoing compliance
  • Contracts to ensure efficient and accurate delivery
  • Move to exam over documentation
  • Modelling change
  • Fitting within compliance and capability models

COMPLIANCE & AUDIT

4:10 Aligning capabilities laid out in the plan and playbooks to comply to requirements

  • Firms capabilities
  • Data availability and granularity
  • Data storage and reporting
  • Financial forecasting
  • Financial modelling of totality at legal entity level
  • Unwinding entities

4:50 Chairs closing remarks

5:00 End of Congress

Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Presenters

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David Ambler, Former Head of US resolution planning, Societe Generale

David Ambler spent the past 10 years with Societe Generale in a number of senior strategic change roles. He was responsible for the development of SG’s section 165 US Resolution Plan (commencing in 2013), was primary face off with the FRB and FDIC on resolution topics, and led the annual update process. He was a major contributor to the SG Group Recovery and Resolution plans required under the ECB/SRB mandates. He also led SG’s EPS effort, including establishing a US IHC, and building out the US risk and governance frameworks. Prior to SG, David worked for a number of major US and foreign banks.

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Jim Arsenault, SVP, Recovery & Resoloution Planning Citizens Bank

Jim Arsenault is Senior Vice President, Recovery and Resolution Planning for Citizens Financial Group. He has 20 years’ experience with the bank in preparing for and responding to a wide range of business-disruptive and crisis situations, with leadership roles in Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, Incident Management and Resolution and Recovery Planning. In his current role, he’s involved in coordinating the planning, development and approval of the bank’s Resolution and Recovery Plans, addressing the bank’s strategies and options for dealing with severe financial stress events. Arsenault is a retired US Army Engineer officer, having served in a wide variety of leadership and staff positions in the US, Germany and Korea. He has a Bachelor’s degree from the US Military Academy, West Point, NY and a Masters in Engineering Management from St Martin’s College in Lacey, WA.

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Michael Benavides, Director, Head of Resolution Planning CIT Group, inc

Michael has worked in Resolution Planning since 2014, initially as part of the Resolution Core Team at JP Morgan Chase and currently heads the Resolution Planning office at CIT Group, Inc. He started his career in technology as a developer at IBM and held subsequent roles at banks and financial institutions as a PMP-certified project/program manager in the technology space.

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Joshua Campos, Director – 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.

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Ricardo Crumble, Global Head of Liquidity Planning & Anlysis Northern Trust

Ricardo Crumble will be presenting at Recovery and Resolution USA

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Irene A. Dlugopolsky, VP, Regulatory & Recovery Compliance Manager, MUFG Union Bank, N.A.

Irene A. Dlugopolsky is a VP within MUFG Union Bank, N.A.’s Corporate Treasury function, managing Resolution and Recovery Planning for MUFG U.S. Operations. Irene is a financial services professional with over 25 years of relevant experience in the community, regional and national bank space. She served in various senior management capacities within risk management and reporting, credit administration, and operations, and consulted on M&A due diligence and loan review engagements. Prior to joining MUB in 2014, she played a key role in precluding the failure of a community bank, interacting extensively with regulatory agencies, external audit firms, and private equity investors. Irene holds an MBA from Case-Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management, with concentrations in Banking & Finance and Operations Research.

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Mark Hennenfent, Director – Head of Operational Continuity Deutsche Bank

Mark Hennenfent has been at Deutsche Bank (DB) since 2005 and these last 5 years have focused on resolution planning to satisfy DB’s Dodd-Frank 165(d), IDI resolution plan and other group wide regulatory deliverables. Most notably he has driven significant change initiatives to comply with resolution guidance from the regulators and he currently has global responsibility of operational continuity for resolution planning at DB.

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James McPherson, Vice President and Counsel, Regulatory Unit, Credit Agricole

James McPherson has worked in the Legal Department’s Regulatory Unit of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank for over 10 years, advising on a variety of bank regulatory, corporate governance, and operational issues. His work with resolution planning includes review and submission of the Bank’s resolution plan. He is a member of various steering committees of the Bank in the Americas, covering trading, clearing and reporting under Dodd Frank, vendor management, and resolution planning. His daily work also includes negotiating various arrangements for software, outsourced operations, trading venues, IT infrastructure, and leases for space and power.

Michael Drennen
Michael Drennen, Director, Head of U.S. Resolution Planning, Societe Generale

Michael Drennen is Director, Head of U.S. Resolution Planning at Societe Generale.

Prior to joining SG, he was a Director in Recovery & Resolution Planning Americas at Barclays from 2013 to 2017.

While with Deloitte & Touche, he served a key role in processing customer claims during the SIPC liquidation of Lehman Brothers. Michael is a graduate of New York University and Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business.

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Candice Nonas, Managing Consultant, RGP

Candice Workman Nonas is a managing consultant at Resources Global Professionals (RGP) and veteran in the financial services industry. As a subject matter expert, Ms. Nonas provides advisory services to her clients in current and emerging areas of risk including market, credit, operational and regulatory risk. She has worked on the development and implementation of Dodd Frank initiatives including Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review; and Resolution and Recovery Planning; and the Volcker Rule. Prior to RGP she was at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in their Office of Complex Financial Institutions where she evaluated the resolution and recovery plans of G-SIFI banks.

Ms. Nonas is a graduate of Columbia University in the City of New York and is a native of Stamford Connecticut.

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William Salter, Managing Director, Recovery and Resolution, Citigroup

Bill is part of the senior leadership of Regulatory Reform and Resolution Planning, where he is responsible for many areas of planning including internal legal entity mergers and migrations within Citi, operational continuity, separability, and other areas of resolution preparedness.

Directly prior, Bill led efforts to enhance governance and internal control infrastructure for Citibank, N.A. and subsidiaries, as well as other units within Citigroup. Prior to this, Bill was responsible for resolving key regulatory issues with the Federal Reserve and OCC, including managing response to enforcement matters following the crisis. He has managed large, complex projects including multiple internal bank mergers and divestitures.

Prior to Citi, Bill was a partner with PwC, leading the Capital Markets consulting practice in Japan. He began his career with ADP in their Brokerage Services division.

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Nina Simmons, Director, Enterprise Risk Management Deutsche Bank

In 2016, Nina Simmons joined Deutsche Bank as a Director in the US Resolution Planning Team. In this role, she is primarily responsible for program management including oversight of resolution-related projects and the documentation of the DB’s US resolution plan. Before joining DB, Nina was an Executive Director in the Recovery and Resolution Planning (RRP) team within the Legal and Compliance Division at Morgan Stanley. Nina has primary responsibility for the development of Morgan Stanley’s “living will” as required by Dodd-Frank. Ms. Simmons joined Morgan Stanley in 1998 as an associate in the derivatives documentation team in the firm’s London office. After returning to New York, she specialized in derivative documentation related to fixed income and structured products. In 2011, she began her current role in the RRP team within (at that time) Corporate Treasury. Ms. Simmons graduated from Harvard-Radcliffe College with a degree in Psychology and received her J.D. from Harvard Law School. She is a mother of four and lives in West Orange, New Jersey.

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Rodney Sunada-Wong, CRO- U.S. Broker-Dealer & Swap Dealers Morgan Stanley

Mr. Sunada-Wong is the Chief Risk Officer for Morgan Stanley’s U.S. Institutional Broker-Dealer and its U.S. and Mexican Derivatives Swaps Dealers, overseeing Market, Credit, Operational and Liquidity risk for these legal entities. He strategizes with Business Lines and with Treasury on allocating risk-taking to optimize Regulatory Capital, Initial Margin, liquidity requirements across legal entities. Key projects are enhancing governance and risk infrastructure to meet evolving regulatory challenges related to Recovery Resolution Planning (“RRP”), and the Initial and Variation Margin and Capital requirements promulgated by the FRB/FDIC, CFTC and the SEC. Mr. Sunada-Wong teaches grad-level courses in Corporate Finance at Columbia University’s IEOR school, and in Modeling Securitized Products at NYU’s Courant Institute. Previously, he oversaw market risk for Morgan Stanley’s deposit-taking banks, and the Wealth Management and Global Treasury divisions, and before that, for Merrill Lynch’s deposit-taking banks. Mr. Sunada-Wong began his risk management career at Commodities Corporation (Goldman Sachs Hedge Fund Strategies) and at Bankers Trust. He received his MBA in Finance from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, and his AB from Harvard College.

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Reid Whiting, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley

Reid Whiting is a Vice President within Morgan Stanley’s Legal and Compliance division, specializing in Recovery and Resolution Planning. Reid has been focused on RRP for the past six years, leading recovery action and resolution strategy development in conjunction with senior managers of applicable business units and support functions. Reid previously worked in Operations in support of Commodities institutional sales and trading and Fixed Income par and distressed secondary market loan trading businesses. Reid has a MBA from New York University and BAs in Economics and Public Relations from Syracuse University.

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Isabelle Winkles, Head of Legal Entity Management and RRP – Corporate Treasury Morgan Stanley

Isabelle Winkles is the head of Legal Entity Management and RRP within the Firm’s Corporate Treasury organization, a position she has held since 2014. A core component of her responsibilities includes the development and automation of the Firm’s Resolution Financial Model. Isabelle also manages the Treasury function for Wealth Management and Investment Management. In addition, she chairs the Firm’s booking model steering committee, which leverages cross functional teams to evaluate the capital and liquidity impacts of current and future legal entity structures, registrations and regulations. This steering committee assesses current and proposed booking model practices and business activity in light of these and other factors, including tax rules and implications for resource utilization.

Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Risk Insights

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. 
7th November 2017

Implementing TLAC and MREL

By Frederic Zana, Head of Capital Steering, Credit Agricole S.A. 
7th November 2017

Recovery & resolution planning: An overview

A presentation by Neil Bowman, Citigroup Global Markets Ltd. 
21st March 2017

AFME demands ‘urgent’ agreement on European TLAC bonds

9th March 2017

Level of investor appetite, expectations, and timelines ahead of TLAC and MREL final rule

9th March 2017

Examining the industry’s response to TLAC and MREL

21st February 2017

Europe considers making more structured notes eligible for MREL, TLAC

21st February 2017

TLAC and MREL: Building a new layer in the bank capital structure

21st February 2017

Internal TLAC and MREL requirements

24th January 2017

BBVA research: TLAC & MREL requirements

24th January 2017

TLAC: What you should know

24th January 2017

Assessing constraints and opportunities ahead of TLAC & MREL final rule, implementation and constrictions

Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Further Information

Venue

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

Accommodation

We have a preferential rate for our attendees at $269++ for a Standard King Room.

Book your accommodation ONLINE HERE or, if you wish to make a telephone reservation please call;
Local Guests 1-800-222-8733 (1-800-222-TREE)
International Guests 001-212-752-7000

Please reference the CENTER FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS CALL IN room block, or group code CFP.
This is on a strictly first come first served basis.

CPE Credits

Earn up to 15.5 CPE Credits Prerequisites: Knowledge of financial risk management Advanced Preparation: No advanced preparation is required Program Level: Intermediate to advanced Delivery Method: Group-live The Center for Financial Professionals is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I present at the Recovery and Resolution Congress?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at Recovery and Resolution Congress. For further information on this please contact alice.kelly@cefpro.com or call us on +1 888 677 7007.

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 the day, full access to the 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 after the Congress* We will work with our presenters to include as many presentations as possible on our Risk Insights App during the Congress. *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
  • Cocktail reception at the end of the day (Subject to confirmation)
  • Q&A, panel discussions and audience participation technology available through the Risk Insights App

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 organisation
  • The lowest registration will be discounted

Are there opportunities to share my thought-leadership at the Recovery and Resolution Congress?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of Payments Forum 2018 and our wider risk professionals community. At the event We can distribute your material to the attendees, offer you an exhibition booth, and provide speaking opportunities so that you may enjoy a more prominent presence at the Forum. Visit the Sponsor tab for further information or contact sales@cefpro.com / +44 (0) 207 164 6582. 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 Recovery and Resolution Congress?

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 jesse.hopkins@cefpro.com or call +1 888 677 7007

Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Sponsorship and Partners

Sponsorship

Can your organisation contribute at our Recovery and Resolution USA? 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 packages for an outline of what we can offer. To find out more 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.

Lead Partner:

RGP


The world’s leading banks and financial institutions trust RGP with their most pressing initiatives. Partnering with business leaders, we drive internal change across all parts of the global enterprise and help devise comprehensive strategies to mitigate credit, market and operational risk. Through our agile business model RGP offers integrated services across a broad spectrum of disciplines, bringing deep expertise and proven methodologies developed over years of functional and managerial experience.
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Media Publications

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 jesse.hopkins@cefpro.com or call +(1)888 677 7007.

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Recovery and Resolution Planning Webinar

Refocusing on legal entities: US and Foreign Bank perspective

Webinar taking place Thursday February 22, 2018 – 11am Eastern Time

The Center for Financial Professionals would like to invite you to attend a Free Recovery and Resolution Planning Webinar titled

Refocusing on legal entities: US and Foreign Bank perspectives.

Key Topics to be discussed;

Legal entity rationalization

Operational continuity while running a resolvable bank

Legal, financial and operational separability

Common challenges that still exist from a US and foreign perspective

Enjoy this free webinar from the comfort of your own surroundings, with no travel costs and a chance to be involved in a live Q&A with expert speakers!

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