China International Banking Convention 2013
May 16th 2013 | Beijing
Yen Woo, Pre-Sales Specialist, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services gave a 15-minute presentation around liquidity risk management at the China International Banking Convention 2013 organised by the Asian Banker.
State of the art capital modelling for operational risk
May 13th 2013 | Webinar
Operational risk capital modelling has suffered for about a decade, since the announcement of Basel II directives, from the lack of adequate tail loss data and of a sufficiently prescriptive approach to combine the different requisite components – internal loss data, external loss data, scenario analysis and stress testing – into a single cogent and rigorous framework.
Building Societies Annual Conference
May 8th - 9th 2013 | Harrogate
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services proudly supported the Building Society Association 2013 Conference. The conference is the largest event in the building society and mutual lender calendar with over 500 delegates in attendance.
Conduct Risk - are you ready for the Financial Conduct Authority?
May 7th 2013 | Breakfast Meeting | London
The latest Wolters Kluwer Financial Services Breakfast Briefing focused on Conduct Risk and what life is going to be like for firms under the supervision of the new Financial Conduct Authority. Our speakers covered a range of areas to ensure attendees were up to speed with what is to be expected from the FCA.
Basel III and Islamic Banks
May 6th 2013 | Bahrain
Dr. Sunil Kumar K.,Director Operations MEA, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services presented at the PRMIA Chapter Meeting Bahrain, on the subject of Basel III and Islamic banks. Topics included Impact on risk computation; Capital Conservation and Countercyclical; Leverage side impact; and Liquidity Ratios impact
ABI Prudential Regulation Seminar - Seminar One: Tell me more: Developments in reporting for insurers
May 2nd 2013 | 13:00 | London
In partnership with Wolters Kluwer Financial Services
This half-day seminar will explore developments in the reporting requirements to which insurers are finding themselves increasingly subjected. From the interim regimes being developed at a national and European level in response to the Solvency II delay, to the need for good quality data to be sourced from investment managers for the purposes of risk management.
Risk data aggregation and risk data management
April 25th 2013 | Webinar
The banks’ inadequate data architecture has impacted on the capacity to support a broad and integrated management of financial risks, emphasized by the recent financial crisis.
Ioannis Akkizidis, Product Manager at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, discussed risk data aggregation as a part of the risk data management process.
Understanding the changes to the Banking Reform Bill
April 23rd 2013 | Webinar
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services’ held a webinar on the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Bill. We explained how the Bill, now in the House of Commons, will force the big UK banks to separate their retail and investment banking arms, and impose on all UK banks a number of other changes.
2013: European Congress: Banking Risk & Regulation:
Basel III – Liquidity Coverage Ratio Evening Briefing
April 22nd 2013 | London
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services in conjunction with CFP Events is pleased to have brought you this complimentary evening briefing on the implications of the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) reduction to 60% for 2015 and the real impact on firms.
Selwyn Blair-Ford, Head of Global Regulatory Policy, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services was joined by Simon Hill, Executive Director, Prudential Capital, Risk and Regulatory Relationships, BBA
PRMIA Evening Briefing: The Challenges facing the Irish Banking Industry today
April 17th 2013 | Dublin
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services are pleased to have sponsored the PRMIA Ireland April 2013 briefing. Stephen Bell CRO, Ulster bank and Selwyn Blair-Ford, Head of Global Regulatory Policy, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services looked at the challenges facing the Irish Banking Industry and what financial institutions Risk Management teams need to know.
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