6th December 2012, Lotte Hotel, Seoul, South Korea
The Korean banking industry appears to be riding through the global economic crisis well. Implementing risk management infrastructure is currently underway, and Korea expects to be Basel III compliant on schedule. The challenge that Korean banks face is their greater exposure to international funding costs than banks in most other Asian countries as well as the need to maintain their ROA in a very liquid market-place.
The Asian Banker’s Korea Banking Risk Dialogue is designed to provide a platform for senior management, CROs, CFOs, COOs and regulators of Korean banks to continuously review the progress of their risk management capabilities with international best practice leaders. This series of dialogue also aim to help Korean banks benchmark their risk management competency against current global best practices and to discuss implementation issues in risk management infrastructures in Korean banks today.
The dialogue is set in the context of a full day forum comprising four 1.5 hour sessions. It will be in a roundtable format, featuring selected decision makers discussing the following key challenges facing Korea’s banking industry today:
- Macroeconomic risk and risk governance, Systemically Important Financial Institutions
- Basel III: Implementation Issues and Potential Issues
- Market, Credit and Counterparty Risk
- Regulation, Compliance and Operational Risk
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