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5th Annual European Stress Testing for Banks

15. November - 16. November 2016
Novotel Amsterdam City, Europaboulevard 10, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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SUMMARY

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Key topics

  • Practical impacts of the 2016 EU-wide Stress Tests
  • Supervisory Insights
  • Stress Tests as the new regulatory tool to regulate local capital requirements
  • Scenario Expansion & Models in Stress Testing
  • Stress Testing Framework for Liquidity Risk
Takeaways
  • Macroeconomic consequences of the EBA 2016 EU-wide Stress Tests with Jerome Henry from ECB
  • Stress Tests as the new regulatory tool to regulate local capital requirements with Iris Bleck from Deutsche Bank
  • Scenario Expansion and insight into trading book shocks with Angus Evans from HSBC
  • Supervisory Expectations in the context of ILAAP with Patrick De Neef from De Nederlandsche Bank
  • Liquidity stress for recovery and resolution with Christopher Skak Nielsen from Danske Bank
Special Features
  • ECB & Supervisory Insights
  • Brexit & Political Risk
  • All the risk types explored
  • Challenge Matching Roundtable Discussion
  • Out-of-the-box: Banks' Bad Behaviour - just another risk?
  • Conference application Sli.do

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Who you will meet

By position

Representatives from Investment Banks, Merchant Banks, Private Banks, Retail Banks

Building Societies, Insurance Companies and other financial institutions CEOs

Finance Directors, Chief Risk Officers along with the Directors, Heads and Managers

by business field

  • Stress testing and scenario analysis
  • Market risk control
  • Operational risk
  • Risk assessment and modeling
  • Risk management and reporting
  • Risk policy and strategy
  • Risk portfolio management
  • Strategic planning and forecasting
  • Risk integration and framework
  • Regulation, Compliance, Basel III
  • Economic capital and capital adequacy
  • Business continuity, audit and compliance
  • Capital management
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Interest rate risk
  • Liquidity risk, ALM
  • Financial Risk Controllers
  • Credit Analysts

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