Understand how changing capital requirements will impact your business
This conference will examine the changing regulatory landscape for bank capital requirements in Australia.
Presentations and discussions will focus on how to manage regulatory change whilst achieving the best returns on capital.
The forum will provide insight into emerging strategies and wider market implications stemming from changes to capital requirements.Senior level industry practitioners will:
- Review significant regulatory changes to Basel III
- Examine how the lending market may be impacted by changing capital requirements
- Demonstrate credit provisioning under IFRS 9
- Assess stress testing approaches
- Discuss accessible capital instruments for large and mutual banks
- Examine how capital requirements may influence banking portfolios, lending strategies and pricing
Large, regional and mutual banks as well as building societies and credit unions from the following areas:
- CFOs and finance managers
- CROs and credit, market and financial risk managers
- Quantitative modellers for capital, stress testing and credit risk
- Treasury, funding and balance sheet managers
Attend to learn:
- Clarification and implementation of changes to Basel III
- Market implications and strategic responses to regulation
- Changing practices for stress testing, modelling and capital optimisation
- Funding instruments for regulatory capital
CPD accredited event by FPA
National Australia Bank
Gordon Allison is the Head of Treasury Development and Transformation, Group Treasury, National Australia Bank. This role manages regulatory change impacting Treasury capital, funding and liquidity.
Gordon’s roles at NAB over the past 9 years have included: Personal Bank, Business Bank, Product & Markets, Finance and Operations. This has involved developing, managing and optimising the capital, funding and liquidity position of the Australian bank; developing risk frameworks and plans for interest rate risk, FX risk, securitisation, liquidity and funding risk, and engagement with regulators and rating agencies. He was also involved in managing the Group’s funding and liquidity position through the GFC.
Gordon joined NAB in 2006 from ANZ Treasury, where his roles covered risk quantification and management (interest rate, liquidity and funding), and work in the dealing room on the cash desk. He was involved in developing ANZ’s funding framework and liquidity pricing system.
Gordon’s qualifications are: Grad. Dip. Accounting, Master of Applied Finance, Grad. Dip. Banking and Finance, B. Physio (Hons). He is a Fellow of Finsia, and a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society.
Amanda Behrendt has worked at Macquarie Group since 2003 and is currently working in the Balance Sheet Management team within Group Treasury. Current responsibilities include capital management, understanding and responding to regulatory change, and internal incentive frameworks relating to capital charging and performance measurement. Amanda holds a Master of Applied Finance from Macquarie University and a PhD in Earth Sciences from the University of Sheffield.
Damien was appointed Managing Director of Bank Australia on 1 September 2011 after serving as General Manager of Corporate Services and Company Secretary. Damien has 25 years of experience in the customer owned banking sector.
Damien is responsible for bank operations. He works with the board to set strategy, monitor performance and budget and to ensure the bank adheres to all prudential, legal and compliance matters.
Damien has been instrumental in shaping the bank’s response to sustainable development and responsible business practices.
Damien is a Fellow of CPA Australia and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He holds a Bachelor of Business and a Masters in Business Administration.
Mark Lawrence Group
Dr. Mark Lawrence is a thought leader with more than 25 years’ experience in the area of financial services risk management, including many years as a senior industry practitioner, who has made substantial contributions to the evolution of risk management practices and standards in the global banking industry. In recent years, through various consulting roles, Mark has delivered a wide range of risk- and governance-related engagements to a client base in every continent that includes major financial institutions and regulatory authorities in both developed and emerging markets, including Australia, Canada, Singapore, China and Brazil.
Mark currently advises major financial institutions and regulators on risk management, regulatory and strategic issues, including Board-level risk governance; credit, market, liquidity, operational, technology, strategic and reputational risks; defining and embedding risk appetite; strengthening risk culture; Basel II & Basel III implementation; and the strategic and commercial implications of the post-crisis regulatory reforms. Mark also provides tailored, specialist training for senior executives and directors in risk management and governance. Previously, Mark was an Expert Principal at McKinsey & Company. Before this, he was Group Chief Risk Officer (CRO) and a member of the Management Board at ANZ Banking Group in Australia from 1999 – 2004. Prior to this, he held senior risk management roles at several New York investment banks. Earlier, Mark co-founded the Market Risk function at Merrill Lynch in New York from 1987 – 1990. Mark has participated extensively in the work of the global banking industry in risk management and regulation for more than a decade through various top-level committees of the Washington-based Institute of International Finance (IIF), including contributions to the development of Basel II prior to the global financial crisis.
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Custom owned Banking Association
The Customer Owned Banking Association is the industry advocate for Australia’s customer owned banking sector. It is owned by its 79 member institutions: 58 credit unions, 3 building societies, 16 mutual banks and 2 others; and represents 9 friendly societies through the Friendly Societies of Australia and a number of affiliate members.