The annual meeting point

TOP issues in 2017:

  • Latest news about the publication of the Basle IV papers
  • Bank regulation under the game changer USA and Brexit
  • Impact of regulation on business models
  • Proportionality (regulation provisions for LSIs)
  • SREP audits at LSIs
  • Update on the final papers and drafts arising from the CRR II/CRD V papers
  • Discussion about the Basle IV regulations and effects in practice
    • Revised KSA
    • New IRBA model requirements
    • Internal model requirements
    • Market riks (Trading Book)
    • OpRisk
    • Basle IV and impact on the equity ratio
  • Update on the drafts arising from the CRD V and CRR II papers
    • MREL/TLAC
    • Leverage Ratio
  • Risk management and data aggregation (BCBC 239, MaRisk)
  • Preview of stress test 2018
  • Latest developments in disclosure and reporting
  • European Reporting Framework – latest developments (BIRD, relation with AnaCredit)
  • Regulation of fintechs – a perspective
  • Effects of digitalisation on the institutions and supervisory authorities

New this year:

  • Joint presentations by the supervisory authorities and practice
  • Topic tables for deeper discussions
  • Confidential discussions under „Chatham House Rules“

Familiar features:

  • Overview of all supervisory topics. Be the first to hear about it.
  • Presentations and panel discussions
  • Meet the experts during the breaks

News about EBR – European Banking Regulation:

Jens Schäfer, BaFin, English statement

Meet our speakers: Jens Schäfer (BaFin)

Jens Schäfer is Oberregierungsrat at the German Federal Financial
Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and keynote speaker at this year’s Handelsblatt Conference “EBR – European Banking Regulation” in Frankfurt.

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Charts Analysis Finance

Trading Book – Requirements and implementation

From (probably) 2021 onwards (with regulatory reporting based on CRR II) banks must measure and manage Pillar 1 market risk within a fundamentally revised framework. Banks are exempted from the new framework if their regulatory trading book plus FX- and commodity positions in the banking book do not exceed 10% of total assets and do not exceed 300 mio EUR.
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Frankfurt Banking District

Banks must be allowed to fail…

European banking supervision contributes to safe and sound banks…

The goal of European banking supervision is to contribute to the safety and soundness of banks. And we have made great strides towards achieving that goal.

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Event-Location:

Jumeirah Frankfurt | Thurn-und-Taxis-Platz 2 | 60313 Frankfurt am Main