Fundamental Review of the Trading Book Frankfurt
This two day course will discuss the current regulatory status of FRTB, implementation challenges and ways of approaching the approval process.
A recent industry report revealed only 44% of global financial institutions will be ready to deal with the impact of FRTB by 2022, the new deadline for compliance.
It is essential that financial organisations now act on the changes needed to their processes and systems to meet this regulatory deadline.
This course is returning for a fifth year to provide attendees with the skills to establish a robust and compliant FRTB strategy.
What Will You Learn?
- Gain enhanced knowledge of all the key, need to know elements of FRTB implementation
- Analyse data and system management challenges and how to overcome them
- Understand the latest consultative proposals and regulatory position
- Overcome P&L attribution challenges and backtesting
- Discuss modellable and non-modellable risk factors, data criteria for NMRF and address data pooling issues
- Understand the requirements of the banking book trading book boundary
Who Should Attend?
- FRTB Implementation
- Market Risk
- Capital Management
- Quantitative Analytics
- Traded Risk
- Risk Management
- Internal Audit
- Reviewing the latest FRTB consultations
- Practical Implementation of FRTB Standardised Approach and Internal Models Approach
- Overcoming P&L Attribution Challenges and P&L Calculation
- Addressing the Data Challenges of FRTB
- Modellable & Non-Modellable Risk Factors
- Default Risk Charge
- Obtaining Desk Level Approval
- Requirements of the Banking Book / Trading Book Boundary
Director, Global Market Risk Management
Azar has over 10 years of experience in Financial Risk Management. Currently he is the Global Programme director for the FRTB project at Mizuho. He also manages the current Global VaR platform. Previously he was at Barclays capital for 7.5 years, where he worked with Equity derivatives risk management and risk reporting and also in counterparty credit risk.
Azar has a doctorate degree in Neuroscience and Masters in Computational intelligence.
Director, Market Risk Management & Risk Methodology
Adolfo Montoro FRM, is a Director within Deutsche Bank's Risk Methodology department in London. He currently leads the FRTB Methodology team and represents DB in the Industry Working Group supporting elements of the FRTB implementation and advocacy.
Adolfo earned an MSc in Risk Management from Bocconi University, Italy, and graduated with a degree in economics (with honors) from Universita' della Calabria, Italy. He earned his Financial Risk Manager (FRM) certification in 2005
Adolfo is currently affiliated with the Global Association of Risk Professionals, where he serves both as a Regional Director for the UK Chapter as well as member of the FRM Committee
Anna Holten Møller
Senior Risk Analyst
Risk Management Consultant
Joerg Zinnegger is an independent risk management consultant with over 15 years of professional experience in the field of market risk and valuation. He currently supports his client in the analysis of the regulatory requirements of FRTB and in the Industry Working Group on FRTB.
Before founding Z-FRM in 2012, Mr. Zinnegger held associate and management positions at KPMG, Dresdner Bank, JP Morgan and Coopers & Lybrand. He graduated from the University of Ulm where he earned a degree in Applied Mathematics.
Johannes Haemmerle joined Deloitte 2016 in the FSI Assurance service line. Prior to Deloitte he held various front office functions in trading and treasury within the Raiffeisen Bank International Group. From 2011 – 2016 he was Head of Equity Derivatives Trading at Raiffeisen Centrobank, the leading Austrian investment bank.
His focus areas within Deloitte comprise quantitative and qualitative market and liquidity risk related front office and risk management topics. As member of the market risk panel he coordinates and co-leads all FRTB related topics in the German and Austrian practice and co-headed several FRTB impact studies.
Additionally he held lectures on 'Equity Derivatives and Structured Products' at the University of Applied Sciences in Vienna.