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IT Risk: Supervisory Expectations and how to address them event will provide an opportunity to learn more about IT Risk in Financial Institutions and evolving supervisory expectations in the UK and Europe (PRA, FCA and ECB). This breakfast event will be held on Tuesday the 10th of December at Reply’s offices in Nova South, Victoria.
Avantage Reply is partnering for the second year with PRMIA for its annual Risk Leader Summit. This is an invitation-only gathering for risk practitioners of CRO/MD level seniority in a Financial Institution, with over 150 eligible risk practitioners attending.
This briefing note aims to present and analyse the key facts and main outcomes of the Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process 2018, as applicable in 2019.
Avantage Reply is partnering with PRMIA for its annual Risk Leader Summit, in London on 14-15 November. This is an invitation-only gathering for risk practitioners of CRO/MD level seniority in a Financial Institution, with 140+ eligible risk practitioners attending.
Avantage Reply assisted a world market leader in Credit Insurance in supporting its Risk Modelling team with the monthly and quarterly processes regarding the quantification of the credit risk linked to their insurance portfolio.
12 April 2018,
Avantage Reply will host an event on
Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB) in
Avantage Reply is hosting a roundtable on Stress Testing in Paris on 8 March 2018.
Avantage Reply will be hosting a
Stress Testing Breakfast in
2 March 2018. The meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss the latest developments in the field of stress testing and their implications for Risk and Financial Management.
This briefing note focuses on the key sets of guidelines on institutions' stress testing, highlighting areas that banks should carefully evaluate to address the requirements in a timely fashion considering compliance and associated operational issues.
On Thursday 8 February 2018, Avantage Reply will host a Model Risk Management event in our offices at 38 Grosvenor Gardens. The event provides participants an opportunity to better understand the evolving regulatory requirements and discuss the industry approaches.
On the 31 October 2017, the EBA published a consultation paper. The objective is to consult on the revisions in the first quarter of 2018, targeting practical implementation by the end of 2018. This publication focuses on the implications of these latest developments for banks, highlighting areas that should be evaluated when addressing the requirements, considering all compliance operational issues.
On Tuesday 12 December 2017, Avantage Reply will be hosting a Business Breakfast meeting in its offices in Luxembourg. The Breakfast will provide an opportunity to discuss evolving regulatory requirements and industry approaches to the management of model risk with a focus on independent model validation.
There have been vast changes since the 1995 introduction of the Data Protection Directive that is being replaced. In this edition, we remind the legal framework and enter the discussion of how the GDPR is being handled by Banks. We share the lessons learned, the challenges and give recommendations. Finally, we welcome our readers to put themselves in the shoes of a DPO and tackle the complexity of GDPR with a PAI.
On 27th October 2017, Avantage Reply hosts an IRRBB Breakfast Event in its offices in Luxembourg. The participants will have the opportunity to hear presentations on the changes in the regulatory focus regarding IRRBB, the complexity with an IRRBB tool and the implications for banks.
On 26th September, Axiom is hosting an event on AnaCredit at Sofitel in Luxembourg. During the session Axiom will be covering business requirements with regulators specifically for Luxembourg. You will also be able to hear from one of our clients about their experience with the AxiomSL platform.
Models are an integral part of modern banking. They are used inter alia to price transactions, value portfolios and optimise returns. They are also a key cornerstone of the regulatory framework, used to determine required capital and liquidity. In this paper, we set out the key cornerstones of a modern model risk management framework. We start with an overview of the regulatory (i.e., mandatory) requirements, but then consider in greater detail other aspects of the framework, in particular those where some element of management discretion remains.
Data Robotics Solutions are emerging as a highly effective, yet practical approach for banks to reduce operational risk, improve efficiency, reduce costs and derive additional value. From Robotic Process Automation to machine learning enabled Intelligent Process Automation, banks that have started implementing these solutions are reaping the rewards, both from a financial and compliance perspective.
This White Paper takes stock of the current state of play of the resolution framework in the Banking Union, a little bit over one year after the entry into application of the Single Resolution Mechanism, and contemplates the associated challenges (as well as opportunities) for banks in that context.
This publication offers valuable commentary from a
broad spectrum of stakeholders including the standard
setter, regulators and market participants. It targets
C-Level Officers through the IFRS 9 Primer section,
which outlines upcoming regulatory impacts and a
case study. The remainder of the paper covers more
technical topics and is appropriate for Accounting and
Risk management staff.