FRTB and Credit & Counterparty Risk

FRTB and Credit & Counterparty Risk
PRMIA Hong Kong invites you to join us for a virtual event covering two timely topics in risk, FRTB and Credit & Counterparty Risk.


Panel Discussion 1:
FRTB Implementation in Asia

While the COVID crisis caused the Basel Committee to delay the go-live date for the Basel III regime and its market risk component, FRTB, by a year, the added time comes with higher expectations for banks' implementation of the new rules. With the extra year now coming to a close, we will discuss key remaining issues for FRTB implementation in Asia, covering both regional and global challenges arising from this significant change in market risk capital rules.

Panel Discussion 2:
Why Is Credit Risk More Important Now?

The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered the steepest global slump on record and caused a seismic shift in the economy and unprecedented increases in credit uncertainty and impairment. While the stimulus-fueled rally in credit markets since March has helped borrowers stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis, an increase in corporate debt poses various risks. Join our subject matter experts to learn how you can identify, assess, monitor, and control credit risks.

 

Date:
November 18, 2020


Time:
9:00 - 10:45 a.m. HKT/SGT
on Nov. 18, 2020
8:00 - 9:45 p.m. EDT 
on Nov. 17, 2020

 
Location:
Virtual on the GotoWebinar platform. Log-in information will be sent to you after you register. This is a one person use code. Please also note that registration requires two steps to complete prior to receiving your link.

This event is being recorded, and a copy of the recording will be sent to each registrant following the event. We follow Chatham House Rule. 

Agenda  
  Time   Event  
 
9:00 - 9:45 a.m. HKT/SGT

   
Panel Discussion 1: FRTB Implementation in Asia
  • Eugene Stern, Global Market Risk Product Manager, Bloomberg L.P.
  • Additional panelists to be confirmed
 
 
9:45 - 10:00 a.m. HKT/SGT
   
Break
 
 
10:00 - 10:45 a.m. HKT/SGT
     
Panel Discussion 2: Why is Credit Risk More Important Now?
  • David Croen, Global Head of Credit Risk Products, Bloomberg L.P.
  • Christoph Michel, Founder and CEO, MCN Advisory Ltd.
  • Additional panelists to be confirmed
 

Speakers  
       
     David Croen, Global Head of Credit Risk Products, Bloomberg L.P.

David Croen is head of credit risk products for Bloomberg, L.P., working on the firm’s enterprise risk services business. Prior to joining Bloomberg, David led risk management and valuation for global banks and asset managers, with specialization in credit and securitization. He contributed to the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets Best Practices for Risk Management (2008), and has advised U.S. regulators and accounting firms on complex structured finance transactions. David earned a B.A. in Applied Mathematics and an MBA in Finance, both from the University of Rochester.

 
     Christoph Michel, Founder and CEO, MCN Advisory Ltd.

Christoph Michel is founder and CEO of MCN Advisory Ltd., a risk consulting firm specializing in strategic risk governance and decision making in financial institutions. Previously, Christoph was Managing Director and Chief Risk Officer of a global bank, responsible for Market, Credit and Operational Risk as well as Compliance for the Asia Pacific Region, based in Hong Kong. Christoph has 25 years of experience in senior management positions in front office, risk, operations and finance functions in commercial and investment banks as well as in hedge funds in Europe and in Asia. His previous employers include JP Morgan, UBS, Credit Suisse, CLSA and Nomura. Christoph studied Mathematics, Economics and Business Administration, earning an M.A. degree from University of Zurich and an M.Sc. from the University of London, and served in the military as Air Force battalion commander.

 
     Eugene Stern, Global Market Risk Product Manager, Bloomberg L.P.

Eugene Stern is head of Bloomberg's MARS Market Risk business, which ties together Bloomberg's market and reference data and instrument-level analytics into a comprehensive market risk system for both risk managers and the front office. MARS Market Risk is used by buy and sell side institutions for internal risk management and regulatory capital calculations (Basel 2.5, FRTB). Eugene helped start the business and has held a number of different leadership roles in product management, implementations, and client services. In previous lives, he was a quant and then head of risk products at RiskMetrics, and before that an assistant professor of math at the University of Pennsylvania.

 

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When
11/17/2020 8:00 PM - 9:45 PM
Where
Virtual Event via GoToWebinar
 

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