Prudential Regulatory Review
14/01/2013 - Pinners Hall, 105 â€“ 108 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1EX
A critical update on the state of prudential regulation and risk
The banking industry remains subject to sustained scrutiny and faces unprecedented regulatory change, particularly for those involved in prudential capital and risk. Regulatory change has been significant not just across the UK but on a global scale, as international regulatory bodies work towards maintaining the stability of financial markets.
The BBA’s Prudential Regulatory Review will provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of the key issues affecting those involved in prudential regulation and risk management; there will be a particular emphasis on providing a forward look at the challenges banks will face in 2013 and beyond. The Bank of England’s Funding for Lending scheme, the role of the new Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), the future of modelling, and more will be covered.
Topics on the agenda include:
- What role will the BoE play in providing funding for banks going forward?
- The future of bail-in instruments in banking
- What impact has the special lending scheme had on banks’ ability to lend?
- How have regulatory changes impacted the way banks approach modelling?
- Overcoming compliance challenges in the new regulatory framework
Featuring contributions from:
- Paul Fisher, Executive Director - Markets, Bank of England
- Daniel O’Neil, Head of Internal Capital and Credit Models, Investec
- Laura Wilson, Senior Policy Advisor – Systemic Risk and Crisis Management, HM Treasury
- Dhruv Roy, Associate Director, Financial Institutions Ratings (W. Europe), Standard & Poor's
- David Wilford, Director - Compliance, Lombard Risk
- Simon Hills, Executive Director, British Bankers’ Association
This conference will be of particular interest to directors and senior and middle management from the following areas:
- Prudential Capital
- Risk Management
- Regulatory Reporting
- Basel 3
- Dodd Frank
- Stress Testing
- Credit Control
- Basel Reporting
- Capital Management
- Financial Control
- Liquidity Management
- Internal Audit