Agenda

Agenda

Day 1

Wednesday 27th June 2018

Day 1 delivered by Peter Haines, Independent Consultant and Editor of Risk Books 'BCBS 239: Guiding Principles for Compliance

08:30

Registration and refreshments

09:00

UK Regulatory Overview

  • Why has BCBS 239 been implemented?
  • Compliance timeline
  • What is the SREP process?
  • Focus on non-financial risks
  • Processes and systems
  • Working group on systemic bank supervision

10:30

Morning break

11:00

Data Governance

  • Data in the business as a whole
  • Creating a data governance regime
  • Data roles
  • What does a good data framework look like?

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Managing data quality and IT infrastructure

  • Data quality measurements
  • How to actively monitor quality of new data
  • Addressing the BCBS principles of data accuracy, completeness and timeliness
  • Addressing gaps in data accuracy
  • Identifying and assessing systems that need improvement
  • IT infrastructure and IT strategy

15:00

Afternoon break

15:30

Risk Reporting

  • Risk data aggregation
  • Internal vs external
  • Reporting requirements such as FDSF, CCAR and EBA stress testing
  • Addressing banks challenges
  • Aligning cross-regulatory requirements

17:00

End of day one

Day 2

Thursday 28th June 2018

08:30

Refreshments

09:00

Practical examples of BCBS 239 in play

  • Ensuring you know what you are trying to achieve
  • Tactical v strategic change
  • Achieving an aggregated view of data quality
  • Making the right decisions

Craig Taylor, Independent Consultant

10:30

Morning break

11:00

BCBS 239 Transition to BAU

  • Sustainable compliance - how and when to transition a complex multi-year, multi-million dollar implementation into BAU environment
  • The potential role of operational risk working in partnership with the CDO i embedding BCBS 239 into a bank's day to day operations
  • Challenges and pitfalls to note in a BAU environment to avoid regression in compliance status

Craig Taylor, Independent Consultant

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Data Architecture and Aggregation

  • Data models
  • Data flows and ownership
  • Competitive advantage of risk data aggregation
  • Principles for effective risk data aggregation
  • How is data processed across the banking group

Jerry Goddard, Director, Risk data aggregation and risk reporting framework, Santander UK

15:00

Afternoon break

15:30

BCBS 239: Challenges and Opportunities After Implementation

  • Root causes for the implementation of the RDA Project and the levers that support management effciency
  • What makes BCBS 239 sustainable and profitable
  • Every well-defined transformation plan relies on MI and Data work streams; what does it mean beyond spread sheets?

Ali Adeli, Risk Consultant, UBS Wealth Management 

17:00

End of course