Conference Announcement: Credit Risk Asia

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Conference Announcement: Credit Risk Asia

Conference on Credit Risk Asia

Organised by the Fleming Gulf, one of the leading institutions that provide trainings and courses for specialized industry sectors including Finance, Energy, Shipping, Logistics, Utilities, Real Estate, Construction and more.

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Credit Risk Asia

09 – 10 November, 2011, Singapore

Managing and measuring credit risk management is no longer the same, thanks to the Global Financial Crisis with the fall of Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch and the rest of the financial institutions that never thought they would. As an aftermath of the crisis, the Basel Committee announced new yet stringent rules on bank’s capital requirement and risk capture. With most Asian banks are just settling in after the implementation of Basel II, the process of moving from Basel II to Basel III will not be easy for them.

When Basel III was announced a year ago, many market observers played down the impact of the new ruling on Asian banks. Basel III requires banks to hold top-quality capital totalling 7 per cent of their risk-bearing assets compared to current requirement of 2 per cent. It is significantly lower than what banks had feared plus it comes with the comfort of a longer time frame for implementation. However growing concerns has been voiced out across Asia notably on computing counterparty credit risk, credit valuation adjustment and liquidity risk management.

Credit Risk Asia aims to explore how credit risk management, measurement and modelling will change under Basel III. This event also seeks to unearth the best practices in ensuring total compliance yet being profitable at the same time.

Key Speakers:

Christoph Michel, Chief Risk Officer – Natixis, Hong Kong
Jaime Azcoiti, EVP & Director (Risks) – Citic Bank International, Hong Kong
Lawrence Antioch, Managing Director (Risks) – DBS, Singapore
Pierre Mengal, Director, Head of Collateral Service Asia Pacific – Citi, Singapore
Dr. Ersel Korusoy, Director, Counterparty Credit Portfolio Management – RBS Global Banking & Markets, Singapore
Fakhri Sarjan, Director, Head Portfolio Management of Global Credit Products – Deutsche Bank, Germany
Goh Chin Yee, Head MIS & Capital Planning – OCBC Bank, Singapore
Manish Maheshwari, Portfolio Risk Manager – Standard Chartered, Singapore
Dr. Oliver Chen Senior Research Fellow – NUS Risk Management Institute, Singapore
Do not miss this conference to:

Gain insights on how Basel III will affect Asian banking system
Leverage on counterparty risk mitigation techniques
Elevate capital planning and management to the next level
Fortify strategies for active credit portfolio management
Protect from modelling failures
Key topics:

Road to Basel III
How credit risk quantification will change under Basel III?
Counterparty credit risk – Pre & post crisis
ICAAP – A formula for survival
Accurately measuring and benchmarking credit portfolio risk
Auditing the faux pas of models in keeping banks out of trouble

Who should attend:

CEOs, CFOs, CROs, Vice Presidents, Managing Directors, Directors, Heads, General Managers, Senior Managers and Managers of Credit Risk Management, Credit Portfolio Management, Risk Management, Risk Analytics, Basel II, Capital Management, Portfolio Management and Risk Modelling.

Event info:
T: +603 2141 5352
F: +603 2141 5350
E: Sponsorship info:
T: +36 1 411 1840
F: +36 1 411 1841


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