9th Annual Risk Management Forum

Welcome!

The 9th Annual Risk Management Forum is designed to keep you up to date on the current issues and trends, and be aware of where things can go in the future. Stay on top of the latest developments in model risk, stress testing, liquidity risk, IRRBB , Balance sheet optimization and discover the threats and opportunities posed by digitalization.

The program of the 2-day event will present expert talks, case studies and networking platforms to achieve maximum interaction. Risk Zone is a great place to meet and learn from your peers.

We look forward to seeing you in the historical city of Berlin,

On behalf of GLC,
Aletta Lemak

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Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:30 Registration & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:45 Greeting from the Project Lead & GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Practical experiences with IFRS 9 and volatility of outputs

  • 09:40 Basel IV and IFRS9: Interaction, Impacts and Value Creation Opportunities

  • 10:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 10:50 IFRS 9, Basel IV and current regulatory activities

  • 11:30 Transformation of model validation role: from focus on capital models to the wider perspective of value creation: case of stress-test validation

  • 12:10 Developing credit stress testing for internal and regulatory purposes

  • 12:50 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 Perspectives on IRRBB Adoption and Supervision

  • 14:30 Risk Management and SREP: new challenges

  • 15:10 Group photo

  • 15:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 15:50 Innovations in Risk management

  • 16:30 The use of Machine Learning in Credit Scoring

  • 17:10 An AI ML based approach to reduce operational risk and boost process efficiency

  • 17:50 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 17:55 End of Day 1

  • 18:15 Walking Tour

Day two

  • 08:30 Meet, Greet & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Impact of the regulatory framework on the future of Banking and National Economy

  • 09:40 Update guidelines on ICAAP/ILAAP

  • 10:20 Open Panel Discussion – What the future will bring for risk management?

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 10:50 Concepts and Recent Developments in Liquidity Stress Testing

  • 11:30 Effective capital allocation

  • 12:10 Evolving role of Liquidity Risk Management

  • 12:50 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:50 Building an effective model risk management framework

  • 14:30 FRTB & SA-CCR implementation in the EU

  • 15:10 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 15:20 Farewell Tea, Coffee and Networking

  • 16:00 End of DAY 2

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Valued Speakers

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Hakan Yar
Hakan YarChief Risk Officer, Conducting Officer
BC Partners
Luxembourg
Hanna Sarraf
Hanna SarrafGroup Chief Risk Officer
Bankmed
Lebanon
Michalis Athanasiou
Michalis AthanasiouGroup Chief Risk Officer
Bank of Cyprus
Cyprus
Petr Franek
Petr FranekHead of Credit risk models & data management
Ceska sporitelna
Czech Republic
Christian Düsterberg
Christian DüsterbergRisk Management Professional
Austria
Diego Onorato
Diego OnoratoHead of Group Internal Validation
Intesa Sanpaolo
Italy
Kovid Bhardwaj
Kovid BhardwajAssistant Vice President
Societe Generale
India
Dr. Matthew Jones
Dr. Matthew JonesHead of Retail Decision Modelling
Nationwide Building Society
United Kingdom
Steven Van Droogenbroeck
Steven Van DroogenbroeckGeneral Manager Integrated Risk
KBC
Belgium
Dr. Alejandro Gisbert Mir
Dr. Alejandro Gisbert MirHead Research Country Risk and Financial Counterparty Risk
Caixabank
Spain
Andrea Cremonino
Andrea CremoninoCapital Management
UniCredit
Italy
Dr. Guido Sopp, CFE
Dr. Guido Sopp, CFEDeputy Head of Division, Integrated Financial Markets
Financial Market Authority (FMA)
Austria
Valeriia Dzhamalova
Valeriia DzhamalovaHead of Market Risk and Stress Model Validation
Danske Bank
Denmark
Jukka Vesala
Jukka Vesala Head of Group Credit Control
Nordea
Finland
Davide Vanzetto
Davide VanzettoPolicy Expert Prudential Regulation and Supervisory Policy
European Banking Authority
United Kingdom
Maurizio Garro
Maurizio GarroSenior Audit Manager, Modelling, Capital Methodologies and Market Risk, Group Internal Audit
Lloyds Banking Group
United Kingdom
Harry Petersen
Harry PetersenProgram Manager, Risk Analytics
Rabobank
The Netherlands

Our Advisors

 Jan-Philipp Hoffmann
Jan-Philipp HoffmannProfessor of Financial Mathematics
Darmstadt University of applied sciences
Germany
James Tebboth
James TebbothChief Credit Officer
Nationwide Building Society
United Kingdom
Lucio della Ratta
Lucio della RattaAudit Director
Aviva
United Kingdom
Laurent Balthazar
Laurent BalthazarRisk expert
Belfius
Belgium
Alexander Tsorlinis
Alexander TsorlinisHead of market risk management
Raiffeisen Bank International AG
Austria
Hakan Yar
Hakan YarChief Risk Officer
BC Partners Management Lux Sarl
Luxembourg

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Who will you meet?

CROs, CFOs, COOs, Presidents/VPs/EVPs/FVPs/SVPs, Global Heads, Department Heads, Managing Directors, Directors, International/Senior Managers OF:

  • Asset/Liability Management
  • Balance Sheet Management
  • Bank & Country Risk
  • Capital Management
  • Capital Modeling
  • Compliance
  • Counterparty Credit Risk
  • Credit Portfolio Management
  • Credit Research
  • FI Risk Management
  • Funding Risk
  • Funds Transfer Pricing
  • Interest Rate Risk
  • Portfolio Strategy
  • Prudential Policy
  • Quantitative Analysts
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Control
  • Risk Integration
  • Risk Integration
  • Risk Methods
  • Risk Model Development
  • Risk Modelling
  • Risk Strategy
  • Stress Testing
  • Supervision/Regulation
  • Media Partners

and various Risk professionals in related Risk functions from Financial Institutions across the Globe …

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FAQ

You can always register without a name using the TBA [To Be Announced] option. Please indicate TBA instead of the delegate name and 2 weeks prior to the event you are able to send the delegate name/s to booking[at]glceurope.com
While we are not happy to see you cancel your registration, we understand that “life happens” and other obligations come up. Our refund schedule is as follows:
The client has the right to cancel his/her registration in the event.
There is a 50% liability on all conference registrations once made, whether the booking was made through our website or via e–mail/ telephone/ fax.
If the client cancels with more than 8 weeks’s advance notice, GLC shall be entitled to an amount equivalent to 50% of the conference fee and 16 EUR administration charge. In case the client has already made his/her payment, this will be deducted from the conference fee GLC has already received and the remainder will be refunded. If no conference fee has been received prior to the cancellation request, GLC will issue an invoice for the cancellation fee (the amount equivalent to 50% of the conference fee and 16 EUR administration charge), which the client must pay immediately upon receipt. No refunds are available for cancellations received with 8 week’s (or less) advance notice or in case the client fails to attend the conference. In these cases, the full amount of the conference fee must be paid.
In general no VAT is applied based on the Hungarian VAT law with the exception of individual payment [when you would like to pay from your own budget and not from the company’s budget] and for Hungarian companies where 27% VAT is applicable which is refundable at the end of the company’s fiscal year.
Our hospitality partners usually have options available for parking places, however it can change from event to event. If you would like to receive more information on parking please e-mail our colleague coordination[at]glceurope.com.
We provide a conference documentation pack which includes: conference agenda, notes pages and attendee information. Soft copies of some of the presentation are available on USB-flash-drives for each delegate. You may bring your laptop, tablet or other mobile device so you are able to review the presentations while they are being presented. Free Wi-Fi will be provided and outlets will be available for recharging computers, mobile devices and phones. We highly recommend you to bring along your business cards and a desire to learn from some of the industry’s leading experts.
The dress code is business casual. Feel free to leave the suits and ties at home this time. We do suggest you bring a sweater or dress in layers, as the conference room temperature may fluctuate.
Any of our staff members at the event will be delighted to help you. You can contact us for free via WhatsApp or Viber or any time over the phone or via e-mail or post.
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    Many people are afraid to request for training budget, because they can’t seem to find the “perfect time” to do it. Well, there’s no perfect time to ask for it, but there are definitely some moments that are better than others. For instance, if your boss is about to take a two week vacation, he/she might be in a good mood. If he/she just lost a major account, may not be wise at that juncture.
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    a) How this event will increase your productivity?
    b) How you will need less supervision
    c) How you can bring back the knowledge to the company
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You might find free to attend events which are usually organized by a solution/service provider within the industry. Unlike at free to attend events, on a paid event you will find more diverse industry knowledge rather than presentations related to services or solutions.
In case you cannot attend for both days, you can always attend for just 1 day of the event. In this case we will send you all presentations of the 2 days. The participation fee is 70% of the original investment. In case you would like to attend the event for just 1 day please contact us on booking[at]glceurope.com
In case you are busy on 1 of the days, you certainly can split the 2 day conference with one of your colleague. All you need to do is send us an e-mail to booking[at]glceurope.com
We understand that not all senior-level professionals might be available on the dates. As the event is an annual event, most of the attendees try to postpone their engagements or send a small group from their teams to benefit from the conference.

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