21st Annual Capital Management and Allocation


Optimising capital allocation strategies to maintain competitiveness in the changing regulatory landscape. The management and allocation of capital is becoming more difficult due to constantly changing and complex regulations being introduced. ‘Basel IV’ means that the standards for calculating risk capital are significantly developing, while the need to ensure MREL and TLAC requirements are met are leading to increased internal costs. Banks now need to advance their capital management strategies to ensure they understand the latest regulations, in order to maintain flexibility in an ever-changing regulatory landscape. 

Event Type:
Workshops/Training Courses
Sep. 18-19, 2017
London , UK

This marcus evans conference will enable banks to understand how all of the major regulatory reforms, such as ‘Basel IV’ will impact bank capital going forward. This conference will offer further guidance on what constitutes best practice in terms of managing and allocating capital whilst also complying with various regulations.   

  • Understand the impact of ‘Basel IV’ regulations on bank capital
  • Examine the structural challenges for banks, including MREL, TLAC and capital supply
  • Develop an understanding of the various capital regulations such as IFRS9 and the Leverage Ratio
  • Analyse successful stress testing methodologies that will allow you to allocate capital more effectively
  • Exhibit best practice in developing intelligent and forward-thinking capital allocation strategies

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