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Central Clearing, CCPs and Initial Margin

Your central clearing, CCPs and initial margin highlights on the RiskMinds International 2018 agenda

Central clearing, CCPs and initial margin agenda

  • CCPs and systemic risk exposure
  • CCP recovery and resolution: are we there yet?
  • Evaluating the drivers of central clearing and whether incentives to clear go far enough?
  • Global SIMM governance
  • SIMM backtesting: global vs. firm level approaches
  • Transition of interest rate benchmarks – Dealing with large exposures and risk free weights
  • Backtesting counterparty risk models: alternatives and innovations

The Global Risk Regulation Summit

International supervisors join together with heads of regulation at global banks to review the regulatory horizon, including a focus on stress testing, at the International Risk Regulation Summit.

Recovery and Resolution Planning Workshop

Workshop leader: Monika Mars, Managing Director, MM RISK ADVISORY SERVICES

Providing an overview of current practices and challenges in recovery and resolution planning.  

Gain an overview of regulatory developments at global and European level.  And touch on national approaches to recovery and resolution planning -  e.g. in the US, UK and Switzerland, before providing examples of recovery and resolution planning from a practitioners’ perspective. 

The workshop will also include a specific session on TLAC, MREL and Bail-in.

Stress Testing: Theory and Practice Workshop

Workshop leader: Jo Paisley, Former PRA Director & Ex Global Head of Stress Testing, HSBC

A highly interactive workshop focusing on the theory and practice of enterprise wide stress testing for banks.  

It explains the history and development of stress testing over recent years to become one of the key tools for regulators to assess the resilience of individual institutions and the financial system.

Compare the different approaches of regulators and provides practical guidance for those involved in implementing stress testing programmes within banks.