Egypt: CAPITAL PLANNING & CAPITAL MANAGEMENT UNDER BASEL III
1-4 April 2018 Cairo / Egypt
One of the main reasons the previous financial crisis (mid -2007, 2010), became so severe was that the banking sectors of many countries had built up excessive on-and off- balance sheet leverage, this was accompanied by a gradual erosion of the level and quality of the capital base.
A thorough and comprehensive internal capital mechanism is a vital component of a strong risk management programme. This mechanism should produce a level of capital adequate to support the nature and level of the bank’s risk profile, and it is the role of the supervisor to evaluate the sufficiency of the bank’s internal assessment and to intervene where appropriate in order to restore stability to its capital and liquidity positions, and to ask for additional capital charges.
Bank management has the ultimate responsibility for managing the bank’s risks and determining the level of capital geared to the bank’s risk profile.
This workshop highlights the interaction between Basel III new capital buffers and the implementation of the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP). It will highlight the current work of regulators in our region to develop sound foundation for capital contingency arrangements, and to put in place efficient and effective recovery and resolution regimes in line with the recommendations issued by the financial stability board in October 2014.
On completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Identify the features and components of the new Basel III Framework
Highlight the future of Implementation of ICAAP under Basel III
Discuss the elements of ICAAP in light of the implementation of Basel III
Assess how banking supervisors assess Capital Adequacy
Definition of Capital under Basel III
Capital Conservation Buffer
Countercyclical Capital Buffer
The key principles of supervisory review as enumerated in Pillar 2 of Basel guidelines
Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP):
Design and Structure
Risks of Pillar 2
Pillar 1 plus approach
Using of stress testing
Prescription of additional supervisory capital based on supervisory assessment
Interaction between Basel III buffers and the ICAAP
Supervisory Response, how supervisors should react?
Contingent Capital Instruments
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP:
Risk Managers and their main assistants
Internal Auditors and their main assistants
Financial Officers and their main assistants
Regulatory Compliance Officers and their main assistants
External Auditors and their main assistants
In order to get maximum benefit from this Workshop:
Participants should have wide knowledge in Treasury Management and Profitability
Participants should also be familiar with the mechanics of the Basel III requirements.
Profound English is a must
Mr. Rabih Nehme
Head of Risk Assessment Department at the Banking Control Commission of Lebanon (BCCL).
University instructor in Lebanon.
Trainer and speaker with the UAB and other training firms in Lebanon
Editor of : Lebanese Banking regulations book (2013 Edition)
1000 $ for UAB members
1250 $ for Non-UAB members
fees include attending the workshop, receiving the material, refreshments and a daily lunch.
SCHEDULE AND LANGUAGE:
Registration: the first day from 8 am to 9 am.
Schedule : from 9:00 am to 15:00 pm daily.
Workshop language: English and Arabic
MEANS OF PAYMENT
By transfer to Union of Arab Banks account at :
Swift Code : MEDLLBBX
Account No:02 0240048928900
Iban No:LB79 0022 0000 0000 2400 4892 8900
Beneficiary name : Union Of Arab Banks
For any additional information or inquiries regarding this event, please contact us at the following addresses:
Union of Arab Banks
Beirut - Lebanon: P.O. Box: 11-2416 Riad El-Solh 1107 2210 Tel: +961-1-377800 - +961-1-364881 - 5 - 7 Fax: +961-1-364952 - +961-1-364955 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
e-mails: email@example.com Booking online: www.uabonline.org
Cairo - Egypt : 19 Al-Batal Ahmed Abdelaziz Str. 2nd Floor - Apt (11) - Mohandissine - Giza Tel: +202-33023762/+202-33034442 Fax: +202-33440297 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amman - Jordan: P.O. Box: (942100) Amman (11194) Jordan Tel: +962-6-5677234/5 Fax: +962-6-5688854 Email:email@example.com
Khartoum - Sudan: P.O. Box: (12597) Khartoum Telefax: +249-183-781742
Tunisia: P.O.BOX:1002/45 Tunis Tel: +216 71 908083 Fax: +216 71 951 419