US FBOs Enhanced Prudential Standards

Banking & Capital Markets

February 28, 2013 13:00 GMT

February 28, 2013 14:00 GMT

Duration: 01:00

Audio broadcast live from: New York

The Federal Reserve's proposed Enhanced Prudential Standards for Foreign Banking Organizations (FBOs) creates major new obligations for many foreign banks. The extensive ongoing risk management, treasury, data, reporting and governance issues will have a significant impact on your business.

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Ricardo Crumble

Ernst & Young LLP

Ricardo is a Senior Manager in EY’s Financial Services Office. He has more than 13 years of combined regulatory and private industry experience in the treasury banking capital markets space. Ricardo advises clients on risk management issues, evolving supervisory policy trends and their implications with a focus on developing business-practical solutions to specific regulatory directives or concerns.

Peter Davis

Ernst & Young LLP

Peter is a Principal in EY’s Financial Services Office, where he has led the firm’s credit risk management and capital management services in the US for the past 12 years. He has worked extensively with many of the largest financial institutions in the enhancement of their risk and capital management processes. Peter continues to work closely with institutions on initiatives resulting from the financial crisis.

Adam Girling

Ernst & Young LLP

Adam is a Principal in EY's Financial Services Office. He has worked extensively with commercial banks, investment banks, insurers and asset management firms in enhancing their credit and market risk management capabilities and capital management frameworks. Adam has been based in New York since 2001, prior to which he advised institutions on risk management topics with EY’s London office.

Stefan Walter

Ernst & Young LLP

Stefan is a Principal in EY's Global Banking and Capital Markets Center and is based in New York. He has more than 20 years of experience in global bank supervision and regulation. As EY’s Global Bank Supervisory and Regulatory Policy Leader, he works with clients to help understand the evolving financial and regulatory landscape and the implications for firms’ governance, risk management and internal controls. Prior to joining EY, Stefan was Secretary General of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS). He also chaired the BCBS’ Policy Development Group, which is the key policy-making body of the Basel Committee. Stefan also was a member of the Financial Stability Board and the Group of Governors and Heads of Supervision.

Stefan is a regular speaker in the US and abroad on topics related to global regulation, supervision, risk management and financial reform.


Chris Maher

Ernst & Young LLP

Chris is a Principal in EY’s Financial Services Office and leader of EY’s Prudential Supervision team, consisting of ex-regulators. He has more than 30 years of risk management and advisory experience concerning activities conducted by U.S. domestic banks and international banking organizations supervised by the Federal Reserve. Chris also focuses on risk management services to financial services organizations and U.S. government agencies.