Data Management Demands of Stress Tests and Standards ─ Webcast

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On June 24, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about the changes firms must make to comply with the BCBS 239 risk data aggregation and reporting principles, the CCAR and FDSF stress testing programs and the COREP and FINREP reporting frameworks

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Regulators are introducing new measures to ensure market participants better understand their exposure to risk; they report on this information in detail, using common formats; and they have the capital needed to sustain unexpected market events. This webcast explores how the most significant of these new regulatory requirements are impacting financial firms. It focuses on the BCBS 239 principles for risk data aggregation and risk reporting, the CCAR and FDSF stress testing programmes in the US and UK, respectively, and the COREP and FINREP reporting frameworks in Europe.

The topics covered include:

- The types of changes firms must make in order to meet the risk data aggregation requirements of BCBS 239

- The roadmap banks should follow to prepare for implementation of BCBS 239

- The data management challenges presented by CCAR

- What firms can do to derive value from the work they are putting into complying with CCAR and FDSF

- The work necessitated by the introduction of COREP and FINREP

Speakers:

* David Sharratt, managing director, trading and operational risk , RBS

* Pierre Pourquery, partner and European head of risk and regulatory solutions, EY

* Tony Sarkis, director, Axiom SL

* Ed Probst, senior vice president, regulatory reporting and risk, Axiom SL

* Moderator: Nicholas Hamilton, deputy editor, Inside Reference Data

 

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