7th Annual Risk Management Forum

Risk management in banking had to overcome many changes in past years mainly in response to regulations that emerged from the global financial crisis. And there are still new challenges ahead, risk management will experience even more extensive change in the next decade.

The 7th Annual Risk Management Forum will provide opportunities for attendees to listen insights, guidelines, practices from regulatory bodies, leading industry associations and banks/central banks.

During the event participants will hear about the latest regulations, impacts of IFRS 9, Stress testing practices, developments in risk measurement and there are many more topic on board.

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Event schedule

Day one

  • 08:30 Registration & Networking with Welcome Coffee

  • 09:00 Greeting from the Project Lead & GLC Icebreaker Session

  • 09:10 The Future of Risk Management in Banking

  • 09:50 Risk Management and Non-Executive Directors (NED)

  • 10:30 Upgrading the Basel standards

  • 11:10 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:40 IFRS 9 and lifetime ECL modelling

  • 12:20 Accounting for IFRS9 in Stress Tests and Other Risk Measures

  • 13:00 Luncheon & Networking

  • 14:00 Supervisory stress testing: objectives, practices, and the 2018 EU-wide stress test

  • 14:40 Developments in risk measurement

  • 15:20 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 15:50 The adaptation of FRTB

  • 16:30 FRTB and SACCR implementation in the EU

  • 17:10 Auditing Risk Models

  • 17:50 Closing Remarks from the Chair & Networking

Day two

  • 08:30 Tea, Coffee & Networking

  • 08:55 Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • 09:00 Taking the right risk – How to reach and effective Risk culture?

  • 09:40 Benefits of Risk Control Self-Assessment

  • 10:20 Liquidity Risk Management and ALCO Monitoring

  • 11:00 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 11:20 Non-Financial Risk Management – Integrated Approach

  • 12:00 NPE Strategies and new ECB guideline

  • 12:40 Luncheon & Networking

  • 13:30 OPEN PANEL DISCUSSION: How to implement an effective Risk Appetite?

  • 14:10 Risk Management Strategies in Islamic Banking

  • 14:50 Tea, Coffee, Networking & Exhibits

  • 15:10 Big risks in CEE

  • 15:50 Brexit Risk – the new generation of risks

  • 16:30 Closing Remarks from the Chair

  • 16:45 End of Day 2

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Top Speakers

Mattia L. Rattaggi
Mattia L. RattaggiIndustry Expert and Former Head Group Regulatory Relations
UBS
Switzerland

Mattia is a leader in financial services regulatory affairs and an expert in internal control systems for financial institutions. He matured this experience during 23 years in senior positions in the banking industry – of which 18 years at UBS – in roles such as Head Group Regulatory Relations, Head Governance Reporting and Regulatory Affairs, Senior Risk and Compliance officer, Head of Interest Rate Risk Management and Senior Economist. Mattia is a regular speaker at international risk and regulation conferences and publisher of contributions in the risk and regulatory space in Journals and Books. He holds a Ph.D from the University of Fribourg and carried out scientific research at Cambridge University.

Mr. Hanna Sarraf
Mr. Hanna SarrafHead of Risk Strategy
Bank of Ireland
Ireland

Hanna is the Head of Risk Strategy at Bank of Ireland Group. He is responsible for developing and implementing the Group’s Risk Strategy agenda including the Group Risk Appetite Framework, Risk Measurement Policies and Standards, Economic Capital & Regulatory Capital Strategies, Loan Loss Forecasting & Stress Testing Capabilities, and providing leadership and support to important Group initiatives including Capital Allocation, RAROC, Risk-based Pricing, Portfolio Optimisation and Strategic/ICAAP planning initiatives.

Hanna is an experienced executive with over 20 years’ risk management experience, covering both strategy and pragmatic implementation/delivery of Enterprise Risk Management transformation programmes across all major industry segments in a wide number of geographic markets. He holds a specialised Master’s degree in Financial Engineering from ESSEC Business School and an MSc in Finance from the Paris-Dauphine University in France.  He has written many articles on financial risk management and is a frequent speaker at leading UK and international conferences.

Gernot Stania
Gernot StaniaHead of Quantitative Risk Analysis Section
ECB
Germany

Gernot Stania is Head of the Quantitative Risk Analysis Section in the horizontal function of the Single Supervisory Mechanism. In this capacity he is responsible, in particular, for supervisory stress-testing as well as for further quantitative assessments of risks to the SSM banking sector. Before joining the ECB in 2014, he worked as an on-site inspector for Deutsche Bundesbank while leading, in addition, the Bundesbank’s center of competence for Mortgage and Asset-backed Securities. Before moving to banking supervision in 2009, he lead research projects in experimental atomic and laser physics at Max-Planck Institute for Quantum Optics. He holds a Doctorate in Physics of Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich.

Our Speakers

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Peter Quell
Peter QuellHead of Portfolio Modelling for Market & Credit Risk
DZ Bank AG
Germany
Uwe Seedorf
Uwe SeedorfChief Credit Officer-EMEA
GE Capital
United Kingdom
Semra Kuran
Semra KuranSenior Vice President-Risk Management
Garanti Bank
Turkey
Ben Aris
Ben Arisbne Editor-in-chief
bne IntelliNews
Russia
Tom Dewyspelaere
Tom DewyspelaereHead of Integrated Risk Modelling
Belfius
Belgium
Prof. Dr. Duarte Pitta Ferraz
Prof. Dr. Duarte Pitta FerrazNOVA - School of Business & Economics
Professor of Governance & International Banking
Portugal
Marco Frigerio
Marco FrigerioHead of Risk Strategies - Policies & Control
UniCredit
Italy
Cosimo Pacciani
Cosimo PaccianiChief Risk Officer
European Stability Mechanism
Luxembourg
Alejandro Garcia-Monterde
Alejandro Garcia-MonterdeVice President | Head of Business Banking Credit Risk
Emirates Islamic
United Arab Emirates
Wilhelm Koch
Wilhelm KochHead Operational Risk Management-Compliance and Security
Erste Group Bank
Austria
Jan-Philipp Hoffmann
Jan-Philipp HoffmannHead of VAR & Pricing Models
Deutsche Postbank
Germany
Rolf Klaas
Rolf KlaasSenior Risk Modelling Expert
DekaBank
Germany
Maxim Smirnov
Maxim SmirnovHead of Risk
VTB Capital
Russian Federation
Lucio Della Ratta
Lucio Della RattaManaging Director
Barclays
United Kingdom
Stéphane Boivin
Stéphane BoivinPolicy Expert | Chair of EBA Subgroup on Market Risk (SGMR)
ECB
Germany

Our Advisors

Bertrand Hassani
Bertrand HassaniGlobal Head of Research and Innovation
Banco Santander
Spain
Peter Quell
Peter QuellHead of Portfolio Modelling for Market and Credit Risk
DZ Bank AG
Germany
Simona Fionda
Simona FiondaHead of Operational Risk
Metro Bank
United Kingdom
Giancarlo Pellizzari
Giancarlo Pellizzari Head of Supervisory Statistics Division
European Central Bank
Germany
Jeff Simmons
Jeff SimmonsManaging Director, Head of Enterprise Risk Management Division for EMEA
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
United Kingdom
Jorge Cruz Lopez
Jorge Cruz LopezPrincipal Researcher | Funds Management and Banking Department
Bank of Canada
Canada

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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

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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 susanna.juhasz[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.
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