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Released today - Issue Nine, Risk Insights Magazine
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"If banks make cautious forecasts and the impact of a full economic cycle on their loan losses, the additional volatility from IFRS 9 should not be worrisome."

Interview with David Gruenberger, Head of Section, Prudential Policy and Accounting, European Central Bank.

“It’s always tempting to try to do more and more, particularly when it comes to an area like stress testing: you can always be more sophisticated in your modelling and more thorough in your analysis.”

Insights from Andrew Turvey, Head of Treasury Risk & Compliance, Clydesdale Bank.

“The major impact of Brexit is really the change of location strategy for banks and UK is no longer a preferred destination to deliver FRTB project.”

Interview with Sudeep Chatterjee, Head of QA Horizontal, Global FX Tech, Bank of America.

"In our market, the progress of the EU endorsement process is a major factor and the recent letter from EFRAG to the IASB is indicative that uncertainties remain."

Insights from James Orr, Chief Actuary, Head of Department, PRA, Bank of England.

"IFRS 9 should be adopted into a Banks pricing framework and also Risk appetite as a Bank needs to account for the stage 2 volatility and changes that may be more cyclical."

Interview with Louis Brown, Head of Credit Risk Modelling, Investec.

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Today, companies in the Financial Services industry (as well as their third-party suppliers) are the most targeted organizations when it comes to cyber attacks. Watch this webinar to learn more about how to build a successful, scalable third-party risk management program in the Financial Services industry.

An environment of recovering prime rates has led regulators to put more emphasis on interest rate risk in general and triggered the EBA release of an update to the corresponding EBA guidelines (EBA/GL/2018/02) on 19 July 2018 which is scheduled to enter into force as of 30 June 2019 and takes the standards formulated in BCBS 368 into account.

"A thorough risk assessment is the foundational step towards improved fraud and cybercrime prevention. As customers expect their financial transactions to run at the speed of life, risk management needs to happen in real-time and follow the cadence of financial services – meaning it needs to be automated, and right the first time."

Featured article by Andrew Davies, VP, Global Market Strategy, Financial Crime Risk Management, Fiserv.

Complimentary 60+ page financial risk and regulation publication - Written by the industry, for the industry.

Issue Nine contains articles, interviews and filmed conference sessions with thought leaders from: HSBC, ING Group, Bank of China, JPMorgan, KeyBank, European Central Bank, UniCredit, Deutsche Bank and more.

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PDF presentation, looking into:
Being prepared | Transforming numbers to words | Involving BAU teams in parallel runs | Roles and responsibilities | Bridging the gap between risk and finance

By Samantha Cunningham, Head of Impairment – IFRS 9 Project, AIB.

PDF presentation, exploring:
Why regulators are interested in an accounting standard | What are we interested in? | Other aspects of regulatory interest

By Nick Dexter, Senior Advisor, Bank of England.

PDF presentation, looking into:
Absorbing information and looking at the way senior managers think about business | Updating governance through regulatory feedback | Stress testing in an integrated manner | return on investment

By Jeff Simmons, MD, Head of Enterprise Risk Management Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi.

A credit risk webinar, addressing: Impact on credit risk ratings | Changes to outlook | Credit risk management framework | Resourcing challenges | Potential impacts on business sectors and more.

Led by: Chief Credit Officer, Royal Bank of Scotland, MD, Regional Head of Credit Risk (EMEA), BNY Mellon and Head of Credit and Market Risk Europe, Canada Life.

The Center for Financial Professionals (CeFPro) is an international research organization and the focal point for financial risk professionals to advance through renowned thought-leadership, knowledge sharing, unparalleled networking, industry solutions and lead generation.

Find out more here and view our upcoming events here.

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6 - 7 November | London

Embedding IFRS 9 into internal processes to move towards a BAU environment

13 - 14 November | London

Aligning stress testing and business needs and increasing efficiency across institutions


19 November | London

Exploring FRTB timelines and implementation goals ahead of the final rule


3rd Edition IFRS 17 Forum

27 November | London

Join us to discuss the latest technical IFRS 17 updates and their financial impact


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