This marcus evans event will enable firms to gain an insight into how CCP risk and initial margin are impacting counterparty risk, to enable institutes to reflect these changes into their specific business models and hence maintain a competitive advantage in the market.
With recent real-life examples of client defaults and displays of CCP weaknesses, it is paramount for those involved in the financial markets and clearing services to better understand banks’ exposure to CCP. In order to enable this firms, need greater transparency on CCP methodologies to lead to effective risk modelling and strategic management decisions for direct participants. Furthermore, increasing the resilience within the CCP landscape through higher governance, supervision and coordination is crucial to strengthen the industry. Heads of counterparty credit risk and OTC clearing will find beneficial to reflect on the present industry gaps and weaknesses in terms of default management processes, non-financial losses and concentration risk. On the other side, CCP risk management is also a regulation-driven world. Tightening rules on initial margin reforms and amendments in the benchmark rate require banks to understand the implications of such changes in order to ensure the most effective transition and application.
Attending This Premier marcus evans Conference Will Enable You to
-Manage exposure to CCP risk through effective risk modelling and strategic risk management decisions in counterparty risk
- Consider the concentration risk coming from clearing members and the impact of clearing member default on the financial market
-Examine the implications of initial margin reforms for counterparty risk with focus on the next two waves and quality of collateral
- See how COVID-19 and the transition to a risk free rate brings rise to documentation risk and in turn counterparty risk
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