Webinar Experts CRL Credits
Principal Risk Management Advisor
May 22, 2019
10:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m.
Financial Institutions around the world have been exposed to increasing regulatory scrutiny and complexity over the last few years. Satisfying regulatory requirements on historical performance (Pillar 1) is no longer sufficient. Banks now have to spend increasing effort to demonstrate to regulators and stakeholders that they can satisfy these performance requirements also in the future periods. In addition, the adoption of the IFRS 9 Expected Credit Loss Impairment model last year introduced additional complexities and considerations for banks in the forward-looking performance management area. In this webinar, we will discuss the key aspects of banking performance management and will zoom into the latest developments relevant for the forward-looking Enterprise Risk Management and Stress Testing in particular.
Key topics addressed in this webinar:
- Historical vs forward-looking performance and Enterprise Risk Management
- The latest regulatory and industry developments in the area of forward-looking Enterprise Risk Management and Enterprise Stress Testing
- Lessons learned from the 2018 EBA EU wide Stress Test exercise
- Implications and complexities introduced by IFRS 9 into forward-looking performance management and stress testing
- Future outlook
|About Our Experts
Peter Plochan is Principal Risk Management at Advisor at SAS Institute assisting institutions in dealing with their challenges around finance and risk regulations, enterprise risk management, risk governance, risk analysis and analytics. Peter has a finance background (Master’s degree in Banking) and is certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM) with 12+ years of experience in risk management within financial sector. He has assisted various banking and insurance institutions with large-scale risk management implementations while working both internally and also externally as a risk management advisor (PwC).
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