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Risk Hong Kong 2019

Asia Risk is proud to be returning to Hong Kong for the Risk Hong Kong conference on 21 June 2019. With a focus on regulatory risk and investment management, gain insights from expert speakers, share best-practices with colleagues and participate in innovative sessions to learn the latest developments in the sector. This must-attend event for risk managers and buy-side firms will delve into regulatory trends and updates as well as advancements in quant investment, practical investment strategies, products and solutions to make the most of the current market.

Our one-day forum will be split into two streams allowing you to choose which sessions best suit your profile, gain from the ideas being discussed by our thought-leaders and break away for networking opportunities with others you share your interests. 

Agenda
08:00 Registration
08:55 Chairperson’s opening remarks
09:00 Morning Keynote address: Robust regulation to weather the global storm

09:45

Discussion on G-20 commitments

Progress report on the reform agenda on OTC derivatives
Complexities of transparency and risk mitigation in the global market
Overcoming fragmentation of markets
10:30
Morning networking break
Risk & Regulation House
11:00
CRO discussion on the end of Libor
The end of libor- storm on the horizon or in a teacup?
Is Asia ready for the end of Libor?
What fall-backs are being implemented in the region?
What is being done about the overlaps with FRTB?
11:30
Collateral management 2020
Collateral types for IM regulations
Developing an IM segregation mechanism
IM management: Tri-party collateralisation, auto allocation and margin call process
Preparation for 2020
12:00
Keeping pace with developments in XVA
What are the latest trends in XVA?
Impacts of Basel III/IV on XVA
Why new systems are needed to deal with increased complexity
12:30
Q&A on Data analytics and risk management
Have your question on the below topics answered by a panel of industry experts:

Can AI and machine learning be used to prevent excessive risk taking behaviour?
Quality of data and availability
Alternative data
Predictive models
Fraud prevention
13:00 Networking lunch
13:00
Risk Hong Kong Women in Leadership Lunch

Asia Risk has made a conscious effort to prominently feature women in our speaker line-up and advisory board; however we have been disappointed by the poor levels of female representation in the sector. It has invariably proven a struggle for us to invite women speakers to participate in our events and feature in the publication. It appears to be consistent across the field that women are pigeonholed into certain roles, ones removed from decision making in this area.

We would like to be part of the movement working to change this reality. Join us for a discussion with your industry peers about how the culture can be changed and how women can move into leadership positions and carve out a space form themselves. Discuss how businesses benefit from diversity in their top leadership positions.

We aim for this meeting to be a starting point for firms in the Risk Management and Investment Management sectors to foster their female talent and for women already in the industry to connect and share their experiences and successes.

Risk & Regulation House
14:00
Machine learning innovation, complexity, development and regulatory compliance
A discussion on the need for a framework on the uses of machine learning
How to solve the explainability issue?
Are regulatory concerns holding back the application and development of machine learning?
What can banks learn from machine learning pioneers in the buy side
14:30
Conduct risk & personal responsibility
MIC check one-two: how has the implementation of the Manager-in-charge changed the sector?
Is the top down approach proving successful?
Would larger fines for misconduct prove more successful in improving conduct?
Share best practice in modelling risk taking behaviour
Mapping international KYC practices into Asia
15:00
The quest for AML/KYC/CDD effectiveness and efficiency
Is there a pressing need for banks to improve their AML/KYC/ processes?
Are most entities using outdated measures to identify risky customers?
How can AI and cognitive technology be applied to increase effectiveness of AML/KYC/CDD?
15:30 Afternoon networking break
15:45
Afternoon high level tête-à-tête with regional regulators
Navigating the regulatory pressure-points in uncertain times with the heads of regulatory affairs

Trade tensions and tariffs
Brexit and regulatory alignment
Data governance
New financial regulations
16:15 Dim Sum Roundtables
Roundtable 1:

Unclear margin rules- when will the buy side catch on, and what does this mean for their collateral management practices?

Roundtable 2:

Using behavioural finance tools in practice

Roundtable 3:

AI capabilities in risk Management

Roundtable 4:

Talent and training- how to be attract talent away from the big 4 tech companies

Quick fire summaries: Each host will share the key takeaways from their roundtable discussion

Polling Round-up

17:00 Chairperson’s closing remarks and end of conference

Register Now: https://www.riskhongkong.com/register-now

Our one-day programme will be divided into two streams focusing on regulatory risk and investment, please choose one stream that suitable for you when you register online below.

Risk & Regulation House:
* Complimentary passes are only available for senior professionals who are deeply involved in accounting, compliance, regulation, legal and risk. Complimentary tickets are limited and subject to approval by organizer.

Investment House: 
* Complimentary passes are only available for professionals working within corporates, insurance companies, asset management/investment companies, private banks, family offices, pension funds, hedge funds and buy-side roles at banks.

Participate through a paid ticket

Paid ticket price: US$2,500/per person
for professionals does not fall into any of the above complimentary pass categories
For group booking discount or for more information of paid ticket, please contact Brandon Li by email Brandon.Li@infopro-digital.com or by phone: +852 3411 4839.

Participate through sponsorship

If you would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact regional commercial manager Andrew Yuen on Andrew.Yuen@infopro-digital.com or by phone: +852 3411 4821

Official event website: https://www.riskhongkong.com

Event Details

Event Date: 
Friday, June 21, 2019 - 9:00am - 6:00pm
Pricing Info: 
Free entry
Booking Phone Number: 
+85328530782
Place Address (English/Chinese): 
International Commerce Centre, The Ritz Carlton, Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong, China






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