Why Should You Attend:
Some 12 years after the 2007-08 crisis, risk management regulations have been tightening. The consensus of regulators still is that they must be further tightened. In such a context, financial institutions face a permanent regulatory overwhelm, to the detriment of strategic orientations.
If risk management becomes a subset of compliance, financial institutions can no longer ensure their competitive edge by the quality and uniqueness of their risk management. This is why a ‘beyond regulation’ type of risk management is needed.
For banks, thinking in terms of complying with regulation being enough to understand risks, is no longer appropriate, if it ever were. With the advances of technologies and financial techniques, the spreading of information and knowledge to every place, the financial institutions that will win are the ones that can best exploit the wealth of data and make them into risk management wisdom and risk-based action, above and beyond what regulators may require. These now include technology firms participating in finance activities (fintech’s).
In this webinar, we show, with little or no fear to be pretentious, how we see this new paradigm, and invite participants, on that basis, to build up their own ideas about what is now obsolete and how banks can now compete on risk management in the post-crisis way.
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This webinar is intended for professionals in financial institutions, regulatory bodies and advisory firms, as well as individuals with a professional interest in the course material. Specific titles and functions that are of particular relevance include:
Fred Vacelet, MBA, FRM/PRM, CTM, IFQ, is an international Financial Risk Management Consultant with an expertise in Risk Management methodological frameworks. His experience spans some 25 years, advising banks and software houses on risk management. Fred holds various degrees, including from London Business School, England, with post-graduate studies at the Technische (then West)-Berlin, Germany and Keio (Japan) universities. He is published author on risk management and Basel Accords, and a regular speaker at conferences. Fred writes and presents training courses and workshops on risk management and Basel Accords.
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