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June 2020
London

CRD IV & IFPRU for Investment Firms – a practical guide

A Practical Guide / Refresher Course on CRD IV, CRR and IFPRU Specifically for Investment Firms

THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO ATTENDED IN 2019!

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Just some of the CRD IV & IFPRU issues covered at this workshop...

Examining the CRD IV capital resources regulatory landscape...
  • IFPRU sourcebook
  • Contrasting GENPRU / BIPRU with IFPRU
  • CRD IV obligations
Calculating Pillar 1 capital resources under IFPRU and the CRR...
  • Full Scope Firms
  • Limited Licence Firms
  • CRR Capital resources
Clarifying key and new reporting requirements...
  • UK Consolidation Group
  • GABRIEL
  • CoRep
  • FinRep
Addressing Pillar 2 expectations and Pillar 3 disclosure...
  • ICAAP and ILAA
  • SREP, ICG and ILG
  • Pillar 3
Exploring proportionality and significance...
  • Remuneration Code
  • Senior management implications
  • Governance systems and controls
Addressing Interaction with the Regulator
  • Observations from an Ex-regulator
  • DOs and DON’Ts
  • How to manage your relationship with the regulator

Meet your workshop leader...


Oivind is a chartered accountant and has more than 15 years of financial services experience of which 7 were spent within the regulatory capital team in a global corporate and investment bank.

Oivind has broad experience of prudential regulation including capital adequacy calculations, COREP reporting and policy considerations for all risk types including credit risk, market risk, operational risk and large exposures.  He has worked with a diverse set of clients ranging from IPRU/BIRU firms, IFPRU firms, large complex investment banks, small international banks and UK challenger banks. His experience includes leading several s166 assignments with focus on Pillar1/Pillar 2 calculations, ICAAPs/ILAAPs, risk management and regulatory reporting.

Practical Guide / Refresher Course on CRD IV, CRR and IFPRU...

This workshop will provide a practical guide or refresher on CRD IV and IFPRU specifically for Investment Firms. 

Content will include the latest requirements, developments and challenges.

It will be of immediate and long term benefit to finance, accounting, regulatory reporting, risk professionals and senior management across the business.



Attending this workshop will enable delegates to:

  • Outline the key provisions of CRD IV and how they interact with the FCA’s rules
  • Identify which regulations are directly binding and which are driven by the FCA’s rules
  • Clarify the practical impact of CRD IV and the issues which have arisen / may arise
  • Highlight how the FCA has exercised its discretion under CRD IV and examples of best practice and benchmarking.

This workshop is designed to be participative throughout. 

The agenda will combine key formal presentations, case studies and discussion sessions. 

There will be ample opportunity for delegates to benchmark experiences with industry peers and raise issues of most concern to their organisation, either confidentially or in open session.

WHAT MAKES THIS INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP SO UNIQUE...

150+ PAST ATTENDEES
With over 150+ past delegates from across the Investment Firms sector you can be assured this workshop will add immediate value to you and your firm
4TH ANNUAL
Now in its 4th year, gain practical value from an agenda that has been continually enhanced to become the leading Regulatory Reporting workshop for Investment Firms
8 KEY TOPICS
Benefit from 8 Key topics covered in one focused day via presentations, case studies, workgroup sessions and practical discussion

Also attend the associated workshop on 11 June...