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Dimanche 3 Mars 2013

9 avril 2013 (Paris) : Conference on Reshaping the EU Banking Union and the Single Financial Market

Copenhagen Compliance ® and MIS Europe are pleased to announce the 2013 conference on Reshaping the EU Banking Union and the Single Financial Market, from Implementation to Implication.

European financial markets will be reshaped through the establishment of a Banking Union and the related Risk & Regulatory Compliance directives. The full compliance landscape for the financial and banking sector in the EU is changing. The success of the EU's new fiscal measures and monitoring programs depends on the central role of the European Central Bank.

The European financial sector needs knowledge, training and guidance, to create a modern framework the implementation of a more engaged stakeholder compliance and sustainable corporate governance.

On the 9th of April 2013 at the Radisson Airport Hotel in Paris, we will bring together several stakeholders to provide implementation guidance and direction since the deadline is given; however, there are a number of questions that remain unanswered. It is far from clear how this new era of closer integration will affect the single financial market. Which EU states will choose to be part of the Banking Union, and does this make a 2-speed European financial market inevitable?

Other burning questions we will bring to the table include; how resolution, deposit guarantees and pan-European supervision will work in practice in a Banking Union, whether European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs), the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) and the European Central Bank (ECB) will have the necessary authority to fulfill the role as Europe-wide supervisors and whether the European Stability Mechanism’s (ESM) new bank recapitalization role will have a significant impact on state aid rules. However these questions need to be reasoned out by the EU authorities and determine how best the roles and functions of the various authorities will be fulfilled in practical terms.

On the 9th of April 2013 at the Radisson Airport Hotel in Paris, we will bring together several stakeholders, risk professionals, to provide implementation guidance with presentations, discussions and debate from Senior Governance, Risk and Compliance Professionals. The experts will address the latest and up-to-minute critical challenges facing the financial services industry including; Basel III, Capital, Liquidity; Living Wills, Planning and Management, Counterparty Credit Risk, Data Aggregation and IT Security and management, Shadow Banking, Stress Testing, Systemic Risk and much more.
Other topics we will consider including; updates, Implications and Impacts on; - ALM - Balance Sheet Management, CRD IV - ORSA – Executing the Role and Responsibility of the Board of Directors - Effective Disclosures and Reporting - Review of the Trading Book - Systemic Risk - Wrong Way Risk - Risk Weighted Assets

We will conduct 6 PANEL DISCUSSION during the day and respond to your Q&A at the end of each panel discussion.

Speakers and Panelists include Board of Directors, CEO, CFO, Governance, Risk, Compliance Heads, Experts on Risk Model Validation, Head of Regulatory Affairs, Group/Global Risk, Governance, Compliance Officers, Risk Methodology, Traded Market Risks, Portfolio Analytics, Regulatory Development and Coordination, Policies and Controls, Portfolio Modeling for Market and Credit Risks.

Introduction to the conference, its approach, vision, goal and themes on how the reshaping the EU Banking Union and the Single Financial Market are progressing. From Implementation to Implication.

A 5 minute introduction from each key note speaker on their subject of expertise that will be discussed and debated during the conference.

Introduction to the regulatory structure in the EU is split into two regulatory bodies, one at the central level (ECB) and another at the national level (NFA)
- Driving Forward the financial Business community in a ‘new normal’ environment
o Perspectives on Effective governance, Risk steering and culture
- The financial crisis and how we take governance, risk management and compliance forward
- What are the respective roles of the European National bank and the National Financial Authority
o What are the effects the centralization on the way supervision is conducted?
o A roadmap for future compliance
o Segregation of duties/Conflicts of Interests
o Duplication of efforts
o Effects on bank risk management
- The result and level of standardisation of business models
- Linking Stress Testing To Efficient Risk Management and Capital Planning

The importance of economics, capital, liquidity, planning and management of financial institutions, in the new period of ECB governance and oversight.
- CRD IV/Basel 2.5 and Beyond: From Implementation to Implication
- Understanding the Future Expectations of the Regulation and Supervision
- Role and responsibilities of the ECB and National Regulators
- EU Banking Union and the Role of Banking Supervision
- Basel III vs. CRD IV
- Volcker Rule
- Dodd-Frank implications

Morning Refreshment Break and Networking

Assessing the Role and Responsibility of the Board on Risk Management and Regulatory Oversight
- Determining effective reporting structures
- Understand how the Board of Directors oversees risk policy
- How do Boards address "other risks"
- Updating the Business model or Business as Usual
- Reputation and Values
- Organisational complexity and change
- Incentive structures

- Has the financial crisis changed the risk and business culture and how
- Future themes in risk management and the regulatory response to systemic crisis
- Executing the overall responsibility for implementing new regulations on systemic and tail risks
- Providing guidance on navigating through the regulatory minefields in an environment of high uncertainty
- The future role of IT to achieve the above requirements
o Creating an Integrated Reporting Process for all stakeholders

12:30 BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND MANAGEMENT PANEL DISCUSSION 3: Lessons learnt from the Financial Crisis, New Regulation and introducing Effective Risk Management procedures to avoid future meltdowns in the post- regulatory and governance framework.

Lunch and Networking

Assessing the implementation impact of EU Banking Union and the Single Financial Market on Capital and Liquidity
- Proposed New Capital Rules and Approval Framework
o Effect on legal structures
o Banking and Trading book implications
o Effect on derivatives trading
o Effect on securitisation markets
- Optimising the liquidity buffer
- Stress-testing scenarios
- Amortisation profiles
- Liquid asset buffer calculation

Capital and Liquidity Management under New Banking Regulation - Lessons Learnt and the Challenges Ahead
- Managing Capital and liquidity requirements in the New Regulatory Environment
o Effective internal allocation of capital and liquidity
o Liquidity buffer and in the risk-bearing portfolio
o Management implications of changes
o Effective model validation

Integrating Business Plan, Financial Projections, (Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process) ICAAP, ILAS, Stress Testing to create coherent compliance and collaboration between the finance, risk planning and treasury departments


- Designing and Integrating An Effective Recovery And Resolution Plan
- Determining the barrier to effectively implement Living Wills
- Effectively implementing recovery triggers and capital requirements for an successful recovery process and stress testing
- Understanding the correlations between global markets

Assessing the Role of Shadow Banking on the Financial System And Analysing Its Future Role


PANEL DISCUSSION WITH ALL SPEAKERS AND PANELISTS ON WRAPPING UP OF TODAY’S SUBJECTS AND THEMES (6): The governance, risk management, compliance and IT securities opportunities, and challenges facing the European financial services profession are as complex as ever and financial executives and professionals must remain current.
Is there a level playing field? Some global minimum standards are clearly necessary, and desirable.
The EU has adopted tougher standards in their own jurisdiction, by imposing strong capital requirements. Do we have they the necessary tools for the oversight of material and uniform interpretation of the new standards.
- Understanding the time frame for implementation of the New Normal environment
- Implementing procedures and policies in an environment of persistent regulatory compliance and governance structure for stress testing
- Best Practices analytics for understanding, interpreting and implementing risk and compliance tests
- Can financial institutions learn from each other in their approach to risk management
- Integrating Stress Testing With Business Decision Making Process
- The data challenge
- Walking the talk of setting risk appetite
- The Rise of One Way and Wrong Way Risk


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