London, United Kingdom, September 26, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Review of FSA's Final Policy Statement Strengthening Liquidity Standards
October 19th 2009 4PM to 6PM With "Liquid Reception" To Follow British Bankers' Association, Pinners Hall, London
For months, there has been plenty of news about the FSA's sweeping restructuring of financial regulation. The FSA will soon issue its final Policy Statement on Strengthening Liquidity Standards and the scale of the proposed changes is the most dramatic in decades. The legislative changes incorporating liquidity management into daily processes and management reporting create significant challenges to meet these new standards and tight deadlines for compliance.
Please join Simon Hills from the BBA and representatives from Lombard Risk on October 19th 2009 at 4 pm for an Informative Review of The FSA Final Policy Statement On Strengthening Liquidity Standards and analysis of the factors to consider for implementing an effective regulatory reporting solution framework.
Chairman's Opening Remarks:
John Wisbey, Chairman and CEO, Lombard Risk
The non-negotiable emergence of senior management responsibility related to the convergence of risk and regulation.
Simon Hills, Executive Director, BBA
An up-to-the-minute review of the FSA's FINAL policy regarding Strengthening Liquidity Standards.
James Phillips, Director Regulatory Compliance, Lombard Risk
Why is an automated solution to liquidity risk and regulatory reporting essential?
Nick Davies, Chief Technology Officer, Lombard Risk
How is technology reshaping the industry's approach to risk and regulatory compliance management?