BCBS 239: Implementation and Compliance London
This two day training course will provide delegates with an in-depth understanding of the BCBS 239 principles, while also addressing the practical challenges of implementing this regulatory mandate.
The financial crisis revealed that many banks data and IT infrastructure was not fit for purpose in its ability to capture and report the data needed to quantify each institutions exposure to risk.
In response to this the Basel Committee published BCBS 239, providing banks with a set of principles designed to strengthen their risk data aggregation capabilities and the accuracy and adaptability of their risk reporting practices.
This course is aimed at those who may be involved with the implementation or support of systems and services in a BCBS 239 regulated world. The course provides an overview of the regulatory compliance objectives and progress. It then focuses on the practical data and systems impacts which are likely to be required and maintained. Also covered are some insights into the compliance led business changes which may need to be implemented.
- Unique multi speaker format featuring presentations from industry specialists and expert practitioners
- Receive a comprehensive update on BCBS 239 as a core component of the overall regulatory framework
- Managing data quality and accuracy
- Understand the practical implications of BCBS 239 implementation
- Hear best practice examples of data governance
- Looking at how to transition to business as usual after BCBS 239 implementation
- Understand the critical challenges banks are facing in implementing BCBS 239 and implement practical steps to overcome them
- In-depth understanding of the BCBS 239 assessment process and reporting requirements
- Business implications of BCBS and the likely impacts on a bank
- Understand where market and reference data is used to support BCBS systems and reporting
- Creating a data governance regime
- Achieving data integrity and accuracy
Who Should Attend
This course is primarily aimed at those working in the following areas, however we welcome anyone to whom the training would be of benefit.
- Risk management
- Enterprise data management
- Risk analytics
- IT strategy
- Data architecture
- Credit / Market / Liquidity Risk
- Operational Risk
- Compliance and Regulation
- Regulatory project management
Independent Consultant and Editor of Risk Books 'BCBS 239: Guiding Principles for Compliance'
Director, Risk Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting Framework
Head of EBA stress test
Ali is the Head of EBA Stress Test (flagship stress test of the European Central Bank) at UBS AG. He is currently responsible for the management of delivering the stress test, which includes overseeing the involvement of multiple departments such as Risk, Finance, Treasury, Legal, Regulatory Reporting, Governmental Affairs and Compliance.
Ali has over 15 years of experience in Investment Banking, holding multiple roles across the Front office and Risk functions including Prime Brokerages at UBS, FX Structuring Bank of America, Quantitative Analyst in Royal Bank of Scotland and various Project Management roles on Risk Data in Nomura International PLC in London.
Ali graduated from the London School of Economics and University College London in Mathematics and Computer Science respectively as well as holds the Certificate for Quantitative Finance.
Craig Taylor is a well-travelled contractor and expert on regulation affecting Financial Services.
He has worked across various areas impacting data over the last 10-15 years and was recently published on Data Quality and Governance in BCBS 239. He is a regular speaker on many areas of regulation and more generally on Project and Programme Management.
He has his own consultancy focusing on all areas Data including GDPR and is currently working on a significant company merger in a Risk Oversight Role.
The session will look to provide suggestions and practical examples of how BCBS 239 can be planned and implemented well, and where potentially the implementation may fail or implode.