PRMIA D.C. 4th Annual
Risk Management and Regulatory Summit
Implementation Issues of Regulatory Reform
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington D.C. 20004
Presented in conjunction with:
7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:15 a.m. Welcoming Remarks
Steven Lee - Regional Director, PRMIA DC
8:30 a.m. Conference Overview and Introduction of Keynote Address
8:45 a.m. Keynote Address
Edward J. DeMarco - Acting Director, Federal Housing Finance Agency
9:30 a.m. Panel 1: Corporate Governance – The Role of the Board of Directors in Financial Institution Enterprise Risk Management
Anat Admati - George G.C. Parker Professor of Finance and Economics at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Roger Coffin - Associate Director, Corporate Outreach; Associate Professor of Practice, Lerner College of Business and Economics, University of Delaware
Arthur W. Lindo - Senior Associate Director for Policy, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, Board of Governance of the Federal Reserve
Moderator: Thomas Day - Principal, Ambit Risk Institute & Senior MD, SunGard Risk Solutions and Regulatory Policy
10:45 a.m. Networking Break
11:00 a.m. Panel 2: Clearing of OTC Derivatives: Key Issues and Challenges
Chris Young - Director of U.S. Public Policy, International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc.
Ananda Radhakrishnan - Director of Clearing and Risk, Commodities Futures Trading Commission
John Ramsay - Deputy Director, Division of Trading and Markets, Securities Exchange Commission
David Ye - CRO of Global Markets & Global Head of Market Risk, State Street, Inc.
Moderator: Andrew Lese - Partner, OTC Derivatives Solutions, Ernst & Young LLP
12:15 p.m. Networking Lunch
12:45 p.m. Keynote Luncheon Speaker
Dan Rodriguez - Managing Director & CRO, Americas Equity Division, Credit Suisse
1:30 p.m. Panel 3: Key Challenges Facing Bank, Securities Firm and Insurance Regulators
Carlo di Florio - Director, Office of Compliance, Inspections and Examinations, Securities and Exchange Commission
Michael Gibson - Director, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Joseph Torti - Superintendent of Insurance, State of Rhode Island and Chair of Financial Condition Committee, NAIC
Moderator: Jim Embersit - Executive Director, Financial Services Risk Management, Ernst & Young Advisory Services
2:45 p.m. Networking Break
3:00 p.m. Panel 4: Identifying Systemic Risk – Key Analytical and Data Issues
Steve Ledbetter - Associate Director, Office of Complex Financial Institutions, FDIC
Andreas Lehnert - Deputy Director, Office of Financial Stability and Research, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
Allan Mendelowitz - Strategic Advisor, Deloitte
Dessa Glasser, Acting Deputy Director and Chief Business Officer for the Data Center, Office of Financial Research
Moderator: Clifford Rossi - Tyser Teaching Fellow & Executive-in-Residence, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
4:15 p.m. Panel 5: Recovery and Resolution Plans – The Journey in Getting Living Wills “Right"
Barbara Bouchard - Sr. Associate Director, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulations, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
Peter Davis - Principal, Financial Services Risk Management and Head of Resolution and Recovery Solutions, Ernst & Young LLP
Chris Jones - Managing Director, Enterprise Stress Testing, Recovery Planning & Resolution Planning, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch
James R. Wigand - Director, Office of Complex Financial Institutions Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Moderator: Keith Ligon - Chief Americas Section, International Coordination Group,Office of Complex Financial Institutions, FDIC
5:45 p.m. Closing Remarks
Steven Lee - Regional Director, PRMIA DC
6:00 p.m. Adjournment & Networking Reception
The Dodd-Frank Act, Basel III, solvency modernization and a myriad of other U.S. and international initiatives have set the direction of regulatory reforms for both regulators and financial institutions. These reforms can be broadly categorized into two groups: 1) those structured to prevent future failures of financial institutions, such as increased capital and liquidity standards and enhanced risk management and corporate governance requirements; and, 2) those focused on mitigating the impacts of failures that may occur in the future, such as recovery and resolution plans and the central clearing of OTC derivatives. The Agenda for this conference is structured to address the challenges faced by regulators and regulated institutions in implementing both categories of regulatory reforms.
Although work remains, the fundamental direction of regulatory reform of financial markets and institutions is well established. Both regulators and regulated institutions face significant challenges in implementing these reforms. Recognizing these challenges, the Washington D.C. Chapter of PRMIA is capitalizing on its strategic location to bring together top regulators and supervisory officials, financial institution risk managers, market analysts and leading academics to discuss the current and potential future directions of the most pivotal U.S. regulatory reform initiatives.
Join us in gaining a fresh perspective on identifying and meeting the critical challenges policy makers and regulators face in implementing their mandated charges, juxtaposed with the key challenges financial institutions are facing in complying with current and potential regulatory changes.
The Summit is structured to promote both highly interactive panel sessions and informal opportunities for policy makers, regulators and risk management professionals to interact on the important regulatory reform implementation issues of the day. This includes a networking lunch and post-summit reception.
Who should attend?
Financial institution risk management professionals, regulators and supervisors and others engaged in the areas of financial institution risk management, accounting, and consulting.
Delegates may cancel their registrations at any time, but are encouraged to find a replacement delegate as refunds will not be issued for cancellations. In the unlikely that the event is cancelled for unforseen circumstances, delegates will be notified by email and will receive full refunds.
Professional Development Credits
As a participant in the CFA Institute Approved-Provider Program, PRMIA has determined that this program qualifies for 8 credit hours. If you are a CFA Institute member, CE credit for your participation in this program will be automatically recorded in your CE Diary upon the report of your CFA member number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earn up to 9.5 CPE Credits
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Live
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