Proposed Agenda

The Korea Risk Dialogue is designed in a roundtable format, featuring handpicked decision makers discussing four key topics. Participating organizations will sit in the roundtable and contribute to the dialogue. Participating organizations also have the opportunity to give a short presentation if relevant.

The Korea Banking Risk Dialogue - Agenda
Wednesday, 2 July 2014
08:00-08:30 Registration
08:30-09:45 Welcome Notes

Opening Keynote
Regulatory Priorities and Banking Trends for Korea in 2014-2015
By Sungwoo (Brian) Kim, Head BCBS Team, Bank Supervision Department, Financial Supervisory Service (FSS)

Recent Developments in US Financial Crime Enforcement and Implications for Asia
By Jimmy Gurule, former Under Secretary for financial crime, US Department of the Treasury and currently Professor of Law, Notre Dame

Dialogue is chaired by Gordian Gaeta, International Resource Director, The Asian Banker
09:45-10:15 Coffee Break
10:15-11:00 Assessing Korean Priorities in Market Risks and the Trading Book

Dialogue on Market Risks and the Trading Book
Key areas for discussion:
  • Impact of the fundamental review of trading book rules
  • Business decisions and cost considerations for the banking capital markets
  • Effectively working together to ensure consistencies within modeling frameworks
With comments from:
Cesar Mora, Senior Manager, Risk Analytics, IBM
11:00-11:45 A new OTC landscape: Challenges and Prospects

Dialogue on the Evolving Global OTC Derivatives Market 
  • Implementing global OTC regulations and implications for liquidity in the region
  • Challenges of trade data reporting: multiple repositories and reporting lines.              
  • Portfolio reconciliation & compression: key credit risk mitigation technique
With comments from:
Yutaka Imanishi, CEO Asia Pacific, TriOptima Asia Pacific
11:45-12:45 Basel III and the Operational Risk Transformation – A Singapore Case Study

Dialogue on Operational Risk Transformation

Key areas of discussion will include:
  • How other Asian jurisdictions have approached operational risk transformation
  • Improving data granularity and integrity
  • Building better internal controls
With comments from:
Patrick Chew, Head, Operational Risk, OCBC Bank
12:45-12:50 Chairman’s conclusions and closing remarks

* Each discussion will be accompanied with simultaneous translation


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