- Neil Dodgson, global head customer solutions group, IBM Risk Analytics
- Nicolae Mera, director, market risk methodology, Credit Suisse
- Hugh Stewart, research director, Chartis Research
- Bryan Williams, head of traded market risk, RBS
- Moderator: Joel Clark, consulting editor, Risk.net
The Fundamental review of the trading book (FRTB) has banks worried – and rightly so. By the implementation deadline of January 2019, banks must reform their business and be ready to convince regulators that their bank is holding adequate levels of regulatory capital under the new regulation, which will require overcoming significant operational and computation hurdles.
This webinar addresses the results of a recent FRTB survey of more than 100 banks globally – conducted by Chartis Research – that examined how they are preparing to meet this deadline. A panel of industry experts reviews the key challenges associated with FRTB, the likely impact on business models and trading portfolios, and best practices for implementing technologies that will help mitigate the impact on profitability.
Topics discussed include:
- Implementation of advanced and standardised approaches
- Capital impact of the new framework
- Business impact of FRTB
- Resource and budget considerations
- Technology and data management implications