7th Annual Risk EMEA 2018

7th Annual Risk EMEA 2018 –  Financial Risk & Regulation Summit

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

The 7th annual Risk EMEA Summit is a premier gathering of finance risk and regulation professionals that will feature keynote discussions and multiple streams across two days attracting attendees from across EMEA. 

The 6th annual gathering focused on FRTB, Capital Management and Credit Risk allowing attendees to attend more than 50 sessions over 70 presenters.

Three Streams Across Two Days

Fundamental Review of the Trading Book

Interpretation and implementation
Capital Impact
Aligning front to back office
P&L attribution
Risk factor modelability
Full revaluation and expected shortfall

Capital Management

Basel IV: unintended consequences
Capital optimisation
Stress testing
Integrating regimes
Internal capital requirements
Pillar 2 management
Capital Floors

Credit Risk

IFRS 9 implementation and interpretation
IFRS 9 scenario generation
Backtesting and model validation: IFRS 9
IFRS 9 and IRB approach
IRB models
Counterparty credit risk and CCP
Initial margin
Valuation adjustments
Non-performing loans

Keynote Sessions

Keeping up with the pace and change of the ever evolving regulatory landscape

The future of risk management: Where will risk management be in 2030

Bringing it all together: Aligning departments and regulatory requirements for a unified, consistent approach across the enterprise

“Trumpulence” and Brexit: How to make a risk analysis of high uncertainty situations within a decision-making process

BREXIT: Upcoming Regulatory Environment and Implications for the industry

Demonstrating an effective risk culture and aligning conduct for greater efficiency across the organisation

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

What will be discussed?

Overall impacts: What is at stake?
Model permission: How might it work?
Structuring of desks: What are the drivers?
Configuration of front to back office processes: What is required?
Front office desk allocations and impacts on the business: Possible mitigating actions?
FRTB Vs. Volcker: Overlaps and potential constraints?

Hear from:

Ed Duncan,
Director, Risk,

Bo Boisen,
Head of Strategic Projects and Agile Project Lead (APL) for Risk Platform and FRTB,
Nordea Bank AB

Britta Achmann,
Head of Business Implementation, Risk Change,
Deutsche Bank

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25th July 2017

A video interview on whether regulation helped or hurt risk management?

25th July 2017

A video discussion on the current and the future role of the CRO

7th June 2017

Risk Management Systems and Suppliers Report

27th April 2017

Update IFRS 9: Current implement challenges and solution approaches

5th April 2017

Preparing for IFRS 9 implementation and assessing the interaction between IFRS 9 and the updated Basel IRB framework

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

28th March 2017

The potential unintended consequences across risk categories of Basel IV implementation

23rd March 2017

Assessing the challenges of P&L attribution and ability to pass the tests

16th March 2017

Keeping up with the pace and change of the ever evolving regulatory landscape

9th March 2017

Reviewing the increasing regulatory focus on cyber security and technology within the banking industry

7th March 2017

Understanding CRR II and CRD V

22nd February 2017

Effectively understanding if and how to model the un-modellable

21st February 2017

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

21st February 2017

Where will risk management be in 2030?

2018 Co-Sponsor:

Razor Risk

Since inception the Razor software framework has helped transform the way Banks, Investment Managers, Hedge Funds, Brokers, Central Clearing Counterparties and Stock Exchanges, measure, manage, control and report their risk and capital.

Razor Risk Technologies is a privately held company, head quartered in London with a development centre in Sydney, Australia. We are a diverse team of risk and capital operatives who sit alongside our technology experts, having worked together for two decades, solving risk, capital and technology challenges for Front, Middle and Back Office teams covering Risk and Capital across Financial Services markets. The team brings together years of industry experience and a passion for risk and capital measurement, management, control and reporting technology to help our clients accomplish their day-to-day activities quickly and cost effectively.

Can your organisation contribute at Risk EMEA 2017 Summit?

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. Please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0)20 7164 6582 / +1 888 677 7007 where a member of the team will be happy to tailor the right package for you.

Media Partnerships

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 this further please contact olympia.nolan@cefpro.com on +44 (0)20 7164 6582 / +1 888 677 7007


A few words from our attendees

 Risk EMEA 2018   Pre-Agenda Rate  
 £799 Register Here

*All rates are subject to UK VAT

Group Bookings:

Group rates are available for 2 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!

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Up to 22.5 Credits

15 for the main congress

Have you seen the agenda for the upcoming Fundamental Review of the Trading Book Summit?

As financial institutions look towards further understanding of the FRTB standard and proposals guiding the next generation of market risk regulatory capital rules, senior market risk professionals will 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.


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