This house believes that penalties await those that don’t make risk plans.
A debate about the global risk management standards for capital, liquidity and enhanced practices
The G20 action plan asks banks to implement improved risk capabilities.
In the last year, the industry has absorbed thousands of pages of consultation calling for new buffers, ratios, controls, stress requirements, plans and strategies.
Do we appear to be on track to a safer financial system ... or not? At this debate we will discuss the changes that are being made to risk management standards:
- What, of all the changes, are the most difficult and important?
- How will the market use the information about banks for better investment decisions?
- What have all the changes meant in practice?
- Do we know what ‘good risk plans’ look like?
- Does the industry have the resources to manage the risks?
Come and join the discussion, with an expert panel comprising of:
- Ed Duncan, Global Head of Regulatory Liaison and Capital Management, BarCap
- Jason Napier CFA, Managing Director, European Banks Research, Deutsche Bank AG
- Trevor Norwood, Director, Prudential Risk Training, Eukleia
- Sam Theodore, Manager - Banking Sector, Financial Services Authority
You will have the chance to debate the house view under the Chatham House Rule.
The panel will be chaired by Capital Markets Chamber leader, PJ Di Giammarino, CEO of the regulatory think-tank, JWG.
The session will be followed by drinks, canapés and networking.