Banking Risk Insights
|Risk and regulatory issues are a top priority for the banking industry. Our advisory professionals offer a series of regulatory briefings, video and audio insights to help senior risk professionals stay ahead of key banking challenges.|
| Governance |
Patricia Jackson, Thomas Huertas and Frank De Jonghe discuss how the industry can demonstrate good bank governance and the embedding of risk appetite.
| Banking Strategy |
Patricia Jackson, Pierre Pourquery and Thomas Huertas discuss the strategic challenges impacting banking strategy as a consequence of regulatory change.
| Trading book review |
Sonja Koerner, Frank De Jonghe and Dan Higgins discuss the trading book review and the challenges in implementing upcoming regulatory requirements
|Market risk: Patricia Jackson, Head of Financial Regulation Practice EMEIA and Sonja Koerner who leads the Market Risk practice discuss the implications of the regulatory changes for market risk.||Capital Requirements Directive (CRDIV): Alan Hilton, Senior Risk professional and Patricia Jackson, Head of Financial Regulation Practice EMEIA discuss CRDIV and the challenges and implications for banks.|
|Risk accounting: webcast update looking at complex accounting and Basel III regulation – how to ensure compliance across the risk and finance functions within wholesale banking.|
|Regulatory points of view & briefings|
|US Basel III final rule released: some relief for smaller banks but more implications to come for larger banks.||Getting risk governance right: regulators and investors paying more attention to whether banks are getting risk governance right.|
|Basel committee tightens leverage ratio requirements: consultative document issued on “Revised Basel III Leverage Ratio Framework and Disclosure Requirements.||Basel Committee report on the consistency of risk weightings for banking book assets generated by the internal ratings-based (IRB) mechanism developed under Basel II.|
|The Basel committee releases findings from a review of market risk weighted assets (RWAs) highlighting future direction on increasing RWA comparability.||Principles for effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting sets out new requirements regarding internal risk reporting and the data underpinning it.|
|A peer review of risk governance released by the FSB makes recommendations on areas where progress is needed.||The Basel Committee has proposed a tough new large exposures framework.|
|Near final proposals released by the Basel Committee on margin requirements for OTC derivatives outside CCPs.||Banks need to consider the implications of structural change under Vickers or Liikanen rules.|