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Global Financial Markets Intelligence

Global Financial Markets Intelligence

8th Edition Risk Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting

See continued efforts placed to achieve sustainable and full compliance of BCBS 239 with focus on data lineage, taxonomy, and consistency

24-26 Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom

Conference Workshop

Workshop Title: Optimise risk data projects by instituting effective inter departmental collaboration
This workshop will explain how BCBS 239 and related projects can be optimised through efficient collaboration across various departments, including risk, data, and IT. This involves viewing BCBS 239 principles as a cohesive whole and adopting a holistic approach to compliance. From an operations standpoint, the workshop will also provide guidance on how technology teams can support operations effectively as well as the most effective strategies to govern, measure, and deliver compliance based on self-regulation.
Workshop Moderator: Paul Harknett
Company: Independent Consultant


Why You Should Attend

8th Edition Risk Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting

As the 1st January 2019 deadline for BCBS 239 is closing in on DSIBs it becomes clear that none will be fully compliant, especially since implementation plans are expected to run till 2020. When it comes to the GSIBs, the January 2016 deadline has already come and gone - but where has this left things? Most GSIBs are now materially compliant, working towards being fully compliant, but it is difficult for all banks to understand what exactly being fully compliant means when the risk data aggregation and reporting regulation is principles based, with not only one way to deal with it. Progressing towards full compliance is tricky with a big regulation impacting more than just reporting, but also data management in the both risk and finance departments (the fundamental areas of a bank). At this point in time banks will be looking to confront self assessment of what they have implemented in order to improve processes but it is difficult to know exactly what the regulators want when Basel and ECB are not agreed on their views of BCBS 239 implementation. With this in mind, in this marcus evans conference we will look at the continued efforts placed to achieve sustainable and full compliance of BCBS 239 with focus on data lineage, taxonomy and consistency.


Key Topics

  • SEB demonstrate how to create and utilise a shared data repository as a shared risk and finance data hub for the entire business
  • EDM Council show the benefits to data consistency of moving beyond a data dictionary to data ontology
  • Nedbank reveal how introducing a CDO can help to make risk data aggregation and risk reporting a priority throughout the business
  • Natixis explain how to support FRTB projects through good risk data practices as upheld by BCBS 239
  • Previous Attendees Include

    Arion Banki
    Bank of England
    Bank of Ireland
    Bank of Italy
    Bayern LB
    Bearing Point
    Cognizant Technology Solutions
    Commerzbank AG
    Credit Suisse
    Danske Bank
    DNB BANK ASA
    ECB
    EDM Council
    Erste Group Bank AG
    Euroclear
    European Central Bank
    FINMA
    Handelsbanken
    HSBC
    Independent Consultant
    Natixis
    Nordea Bank AB
    Pinky Consulting ltd.
    Raiffeisen Bank International
    RBC Europe Limited
    RBS
    Riyad Bank
    Royal Bank of Scotland Internal Audit
    Santander Bank
    Standard Chartered
    UBS


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    Practical Insights From

    Jeremy Cohen
    BCBS 239 Programme Director
    RBS

    Anne Sabot
    BCBS 239 Programme Director
    Natixis

    Bart Luppes
    Senior Examining Officer
    De Nederlandsche Bank

    Michael Keegan
    Head of Data Governance
    Nedbank

    Guenther Sedlacek
    Senior Reporting Development Manager
    Oesterreichische Nationalbank

    Oliver Recklies
    Head of Finance
    DZB Bank

    Mike Bennett
    Head of Semantics and Standards
    EDM Council

    George Staw
    Chief Data Architect
    Barclays

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    Voice of Our Customers
    • “Subjects are very interesting” Banque Pictect & Cie
    • “Good place, nice organisation and good subjects”, Societe Generale
    • “Fantastic opportunity to gain insight into common data management best practises across financial institutions!” Barclays Africa
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