PRMIA Events

The PRMIA global network provides opportunities to learn best practices and network. Listed below are all upcoming PRMIA events, including local Chapters. Click on the event name to learn more or register. To view or change the list of chapters to which you subscribe, edit your profile.

Chapter events are open to PRMIA members and non-members. Associated event speaker presentations are limited to PRMIA Sustaining and Contributing members.

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The Risk Management Challenge is a case competition that empowers undergraduate and graduate students by taking them beyond the classroom and giving them exposure to real-world business situations. The Challenge offers students the opportunity to apply the concepts they have learned and showcase their knowledge, critical thinking skills, leadership, and presentation abilities while competing to win a US$10,000 prize. We are grateful to our global sponsor, MathWorks, for its support... Details
When: January 10 – April 21, 2020
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The new Basel III framework for market risk, also known as the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book or FRTB, represents a pivotal change in the way banks’ trading businesses will be capitalized, regulated, and managed. As banks intensify their implementation efforts and deepen their knowledge of FRTB, this intensive course will be timely for learning the best practices for tackling the myriad of challenges that lie ahead, as well... Details
When: January 21 – April 13, 2020
Where: Virtual Training

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NEW COURSE!  Join us for our newest virtual course that provides real-life exercises demonstrating the application of market risk concepts, methods, and terminology. In this course, our expert, Steve Lindo, introduces you to the practical use of market risk measurement and mitigation methods. You will participate in exercises designed to replicate real-life market risk management situations. This course requires fundamental knowledge and experience in market risk management to carry... Details
When: February 25 – March 18, 2020
Where: Virtual Training
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PRMIA Vienna presents an event on Balancing the risks and rewards of Artificial Intelligence in Banking.

When: February 26, 2020
Where: Vienna
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On February 27, 2020, PRMIA Montreal will welcome prestigious economists to discuss the economic landscape and tackle the actual and emerging risks.

When: February 27, 2020
Where: Montreal, QC
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Thought Leadership Webinar: Model risk management (MRM) is evolving fast because of both regulatory pressure as well as the introduction of new modeling approaches such as machine learning. This is challenging the existing approach to MRM and forces financial institutions to look for new technological solutions that provide more flexibility, a higher degree of automation, and scale. In this webinar, we will review some of those challenges and provide an overview of the available... Details
When: March 4, 2020
Where: Thought Leadership Webinar
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A PRMIA Hungary bemutatja:  Aktualitások Dióhéjban Sorozat Szolvencia II tapasztalatok dióhéjban.

When: March 4, 2020
Where: Budapest
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PRMIA Vancouver presents: Model Risk Management: The current state, regulatory expectations and future challenges.

When: March 5, 2020
Where: Vancouver, BC
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PRMIA London, Broadgate Search Social and ORIC International are hosting a panel event focusing on “Operational Resilience”.  This will give practitioners an opportunity to discuss,  with peers,  the recent PRA consultation paper and other developments in this evolving area.

When: March 5, 2020
Where: London
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Thought Leadership Webinar: Climate change represents both a challenge and an opportunity for Financial Institutions. In this webinar, we set out the key risks and scenarios, and discuss the actions required by every firm to both manage the risks and reap the rewards.

When: March 11, 2020
Where: Thought Leadership Webinar
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NEW COURSE! Financial firms are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to augment traditional investment decision making. In this course, we aim to bring clarity to how AI and machine learning are revolutionizing financial services. We will provide an intuitive understanding to machine learning with just enough mathematics and basic statistics. Python knowledge... Details
When: March 17 – May 11, 2020
Where: Virtual Training
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PRMIA Calgary presents a Lunch and Learn Blockchain and Cryptocurrency - Application, Risks and Security

When: March 18, 2020
Where: Calgary, AB
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PRMIA Boston in collaboration with the Finance Department of the Sawyer Business School presents: Less Than Nothing May Mean Everything: The Impact of Negative Interest Rates.

When: March 19, 2020
Where: Boston
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PRMIA New York presents a panel discussion on New Developments in Risk Management at the Rutgers Business School.

When: March 31, 2020
Where: Newark, NJ
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Thought Leadership Webinar: In this webinar, Jamilu Adamu will present advanced algorithms "Definite Rules of Thumb," criterion for selecting Activation Functions. Using the proposed criterion, he will show how you can generate Superintelligent Deep Learning Artificial Neural Networks.

When: April 1, 2020
Where: Thought Leadership Webinar
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New regulatory initiatives and market trends are asking for much faster decision making, and more agile response from banks in the coming years. The discipline of stress testing, capital planning, and scenario analysis will get a more prominent role in the bank’s steering and supervision, and will become more embedded within their organization risk management and decision making process. Financial institutions around the world are establishing dedicated teams to address these... Details
When: April 7 – May 11, 2020
Where: Virtual Training

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