Stress Testing Europe Summit, September, 26-27, London
The Conference will feature senior stress testing professionals to review stress testing requirements and evolving processes whilst moving towards a more automated approach regulatory focus.
Join over 100 stress testing professionals to review stress testing requirements and evolving processes whilst moving towards a more automated approach. Understand how financial institutions can comply with the differing regulatory requirements, but go further and assess the value and the use of stress testing for informing business decision making and the evolving processes as the industry moves towards a more automated approach.
The Center for Financial Professionals invite you to attend Stress Testing Europe 2017, a two day conference featuring interactive discussions and presentations from over 20 senior stress testing professionals. You and your colleagues can gain valuable insights from Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ, Generali and more.
Key Highlights to be addressed
MULTIPLE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Balancing the management of multiple regulatory and jurisdictional requirements
BUSINESS DECISION MAKING AND RISK APPETITE
Utilising stress testing results for making informed business decisions to increase value and the use of stress testing for setting risk appetite
REVERSE STRESS TESTING
Understanding objectives to utilise as a risk management tool
Current and upcoming political landscape and incorporating political events into internal stress testing processes
CCAR and PPNR
Lessons learnt and utilising the process to advance stress testing
IFRS 9 AND STRESS TESTING
Incorporating IFRS 9 into the stress testing process and the synergies between IFRS 9 and stress testing models for a unified approach
Moving towards a more automated stress testing process
Ensuring sufficient data quality with heightened expectations year-on-year
Ensuring adaptability of models to support global changes and developments
THE FUTURE OF STRESS TESTING
How artificial intelligence and machine learning can be used for stress testing
- Sebastian Scheffler - Principal Supervisor in Quantitative Risk Analysis Section European Central Bank
- Veleriu Bajenaru - Managing Director, Head of ERM Stress Testing and Risk Frameworks Credit Suisse
- Volker Weis - Head of Group Stress Testing, Enterprise Risk Management, Deutsche Bank
- Paul Lloyd-Jones - Managing Director, Planning and Stress Testing, Barclays
- Marc Irubétagoyena - Head of Group Stress Testing and Financial Synthesis, BNP Paribas
- Jeff Simmons - Managing Director, Head of Enterprise Risk Management, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
- Bruce Tattersall - Head, Stress Testing Delivery, Standard Chartered Bank
- Cecilia Gejke - Head of Stress Testing, Nordea
To register for the conference, please contact the Center for Financial Professionals on +44 (0) 207 164 6582.