European Money and Finance Forum (SUERF) and EY are holding a joint conference at EY’s premises in London on 13 March 2014 on “Two ends of the spectrum — the challenges of risk management and effective resolution”.
Senior regulators and practitioners from the UK, US, France and EBA will be giving their view of changes needed in the industry and the implementation challenges.
The morning session will cover risk governance. Patricia Jackson (EY and SUERF) will chair this session and it will include presentations from Mark Carey (Senior Advisor, FRB) – one of the architects of CCAR the US prescribed stress tests – on the role of stress testing including supervisory mandated stress testing, from Adam Farkas (Executive Director EBA) and a panel including Colin Church (Citibank), Keiran Foad (Santander) and Sylvie Matherat (Deputy Director General, Banque de France). Richard Herring (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania) will speak on Incentives to improve corporate risk governance in financial institutions.
In the afternoon the conference will turn to Recovery and Resolution. The session will be chaired by Thomas Huertas (EY) and will include a regulatory panel with Arthur Murton (Director, office of complex financial institutions FDIC) and Andrew Gracie (Special Resolutions Unit Director from the Bank of England). The perspective of practitioners will be presented by D. Wilson Ervin (Credit Suisse), John Whittaker (Barclays) and Santiago Fernandez de lis Alonso (BBVA), with a panel discussion to conclude the session.
Places will be in high demand and we are expecting participants from across Europe.