ICAEW, Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, Chartered Accountants' Hall, London London EC2R 6EA
After the first year of reporting IFRS 9 credit losses, what next? Hear from one of the industry's leading experts on how has implementation gone and what has been learned. This session will address regulatory expectations and what banks should be focussing on as IFRS 9 becomes business as usual.
Conduct and culture remains a priority for the industry. ICAEW’s panel of experts will debate the next practical steps banks should take.
As we race towards a high temperature planet, we look at how banks are dealing with this new high priority for human beings. We examine FSB Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and their work to develop voluntary, consistent climate-related financial risk disclosures for use by companies in providing information to investors, lenders, insurers, and other stakeholders. It is now apparent that climate change is a financial risk and not just a reputational one. Like it or not, this stuff is coming mainstream.
Things are also heating up in the stress testing world with the integration IFRS 9 accounting. Our panel which includes a regulatory perspective will debate the issues and provide with how to be one step ahead.
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Mike Lloyd, Partner, Deloitte
Mark Spencer, Accounting Advisory Lead, BDO
SMCR: Conduct and Culture
Gemma Rastelli, Sustainable Finance, HSBC
Shuvo Banerjee, Associate Director, Grant Thornton UKDavid Kang, Head of Risk Scenario Modelling,RBSChristos Gabrielides, Chief Risk Officer, United Trust BankDiederick Potgieter, Risk modelling and capital framework assessments, Prudential Regulation Authority
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Mark Spencer leads the Financial Services’ Accounting Advisory team at BDO. He specialises in advising financial institutions on a broad range of accounting change programmes, including IFRS 9, IFRS 17, FRS 102, structuring of transactions and operations, classification and measurement of financial instruments, impairment and hedge accounting. He has significant experience of providing advisory and assurance services to retail and commercial banks, providers of alternative finance, securitisation vehicles, broker dealers, treasury functions, insurers, asset managers and alternative investment houses in Europe, the Americas and AsiaPac. In addition, Mark engages with the GPPC, PRA, FRC, ICAEW, UK Finance and the AFB on matters relating to the accounting for and auditing of financial instruments and financial institutions, participating in a number of their working groups and outreach events.
Niamh Corbett was in investment banking for 11 years – working for global multinational Morgan Stanley, before making the move to the entrepreneurial environment of Board Intelligence.
Elizabeth Sandwith background is firmly embedded in internal audit and risk management. She has worked for a number of private and public sector organisations, helping to develop risk management and control awareness; and has delivered training to internal auditors in the UK and internationally. Liz has recently been appointed as Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee to a Leeds based Housing Association. She will also be an independent board member and a member of the Remuneration Committee. Liz first qualified as an internal auditor in 1991. Prior to joining Bupa, she spent thirteen years as Head of Internal Audit at Channel 5. She has also worked with the Information Commissioner’s Office and the Electoral Commission, as well as advising a number of local authorities on internal audit and risk management issues. Liz served as President of the Institute of Internal Auditors between 2000 and 2001.
Cosette Reczek is Founder of Permuto Consulting, a consultancy specialising in conduct risk, the Senior Managers & Certification Regime, organisation design and culture, and corporate governance. She has had an extensive and broad career with nearly 25 years experience in tier one investment banking and consulting. Within this time she has held a number of senior positions including Deputy Global Head of Exposure Management, Managing Director in the Office of the Group COO, Global Head of Credit Services & Legal Documentation, and various Board and Board Committee roles. An experienced teacher, she has designed and delivered bespoke training for financial services, and also is a Form Tutor for the Financial Times Non-Executive Director Diploma programme.
Gemma Rastelli. Experienced Senior Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Skilled in Sustainability, Regulatory, Accounting, Market Risk, Business Process Improvement, and Investment Banking.
Shuvo Banerjee leads Grant Thornton UK LLP's work on IFRS 9, Model Risk and its interrelationships with Credit Risk.
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