Recovery and Resolution USA

Recovery & Resolution USA 2019

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

2nd Annual Recovery and Resolution USA | New York City

The 2nd Annual Recovery and Resolution Planning (RRP) Conference will return in 2019.

We are currently researching and finalising this event, for the first copy of the agenda and to be kept updated please click here

Key topics addressed in 2018:

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

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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.

Sponsor or Exhibit

Sponsorship and exhibition offers unique networking, brand recognition and thought-leadership deliverance opportunities with senior risk professionals from around the world. Whether you want full branding across the event or simply a well positioned exhibition stand, our business development team will tailor the right package for you. We do everything we can to help you get your marketing message across and also to benchmark the return on your investment.

Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Risk Insights

19th July 2018

Should a model ‘know’ its own ID?

By Jon Hill, Former MD, Global Model Risk Governance, Credit Suisse.
11th July 2018

Examining changes to money market reform and the potential impacts to market volatility

By Jennifer Fitzgibbon, Head of Treasury Americas, Rabobank.
11th July 2018

Reviewing the role of the lines of defence in liquidity risk management and driving decision making

5th July 2018

The impacts of a rising rate environment

By Charlie Peng, SVP and Head of Market Risk Management Department, Bank of China USA.
5th July 2018

Through the lens of our clients: Embracing, adapting, and planning for a world of change

By Michael Botek, Global Market Manager, Citi.
18th June 2018

Franchise Viability Risk – Pillar 2 Liquidity by the PRA

By John Vergel de Dios, Director, CIT Group.
14th June 2018
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Liquidity limits, governance and audit

By Erjun Chen, Director, Internal Audit, CIT Bank.
6th June 2018
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About the 3rd line of defense / internal audit

By Erjun Chen, Director, Internal Audit, CIT Bank.
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. 
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. 

Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Sponsorship and Partners

2018 Sponsors

Can your organisation contribute at our 2nd Annual 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.

2018 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.
2018 Associate Sponsor:

Workiva


Workiva (NYSE:WK) delivers Wdesk, an intuitive cloud platform that modernizes how people work within thousands of organizations, including over 70 percent of the 500 largest U.S. corporations by total revenue. Wdesk is built upon a data management engine, offering controlled collaboration, data connections, granular permissions, and a full audit trail. Wdesk helps mitigate risk, improves productivity, and gives users confidence in their data-driven decisions. For more information, visit workiva.com

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.

2018 Media Partners:

Compliance Search Group


Compliance Search Group are Media Partners supporting Recovery & Resolution USA 2018.

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2018 Recovery and Resolution Planning Webinar

Refocusing on legal entities: US and Foreign Bank perspective

The Webinar took place on Thursday February 22, 2018 – 11am Eastern Time.
It is now freely available to download.

“Refocusing on legal entities: US and Foreign Bank perspectives”

Key topics addressed in this Webinar:

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:
 – Harmonizing US and foreign resolution rules
 – Separating material entities locally and cross border
 – Cross border and jurisdictional conflicts
 –  SPOE and the intermediate holding company

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Recovery and Resolution USA Congress – Registration and Rates

2nd Annual Recovery and Resolution USA 2019 Pre agenda rate
March 2019 – dates tbc $799 Register at the lowest rate before the agenda is announced.

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 jesse.hopkins@cefpro.com

Group Bookings:

Group rates are available for 3 or more attendees from the same organisation, 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

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2018 Lead Partner:

RGP

2018 Associate Sponsor:

Workiva

2018 Media Partners:

Compliance Search Group
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