The BBA's Prudential Regulatory Review

12/01/2011

Banking + Financial Services, Capital Markets, and Financial Institutions + Financial Services

Pinners Hall
105-108 Old Broad Street
London, EC2N 1EX
United Kingdom

Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares

Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares

Speaking Engagement

Christie Adams
cadams@mofo.com
(212) 336-4024

There has been a considerable amount of change in prudential capital and risk management in financial services post-financial crisis. Regulatory change has been significant not just across the UK but on a global scale, as international regulatory bodies work towards maintaining the stability of financial markets and mitigating risk.

The BBA’s Prudential Regulatory Review will provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of the key challenges affecting those involved in prudential regulation and risk management. CRD4, Basel 3, Dodd Frank, and more, will be covered. The review will have a dual emphasis - how these new regulations interact on a national and global scale, and how the changes will impact the day-to-day operations of those involved in risk management, stress testing, liquidity risk management, and more.

Topics on the agenda include:
What are the material differences between Basel 3 and CRD4?
The consequences of having a “single banking rule book” in Europe
How have the new prudential regulations impacted banks’ ability to lend?
How will Dodd Frank impact UK and cross-border banks?
Meeting capital adequacy standards under Basel 3
Partners Charles Horn and Jeremy Jennings-Mares will participate in the panel titled "Meeting regulatory standards on an international scale – The interaction of Basel 3, CRD4 and Dodd Frank."

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