Issue 4 | 28 October, 2020

Risk Americas and IBOR Forum takes place next week – register early to confirm your complimentary pass!

The IBOR Convention (November 2) and Risk Americas (November 4-6) takes place next week! Taking place on a purpose built virtual platform, join us as and over 70 speakers over 4 days – Click here to register for your complimentary pass.


Managing reputation risk in an uncertain landscape

CeFPro interviewed Ebbe Negenman, CRO, Aegon Bank and discussed managing reputation risk and regulation, response to COVID-19, managing reputation and response management to a reputation event. Hear more from Ebbe at the upcoming Risk Americas Convention.


Crossing the chasm from data management to data governance

Ahead of his presentation at Risk Americas, Jeff Prelle, SVP, Risk Analytics & Data Governance, Bancorp South offers his insight on data governance strategies, data silos and managing data sprawls, tracking data lineage and much more.


U.K. Financial Reporting Council pushes for strengthened liquidity risk disclosures

In its annual review on corporate reporting, FRC identified that many UK businesses need to improve disclosures on accounting issues including revenue recognition and liquidity risks.



LIBOR-ation! A modern contract management solution
Finance teams know that the LIBOR transition will impact everything from pricing and financial evaluation models, to accounting and tax considerations. But the biggest impact will be seen in an organization’s contracts. Depending on the number of impacted agreements, a fair portion of revenue and payments will need to change.


US regulator backs final NSFR requirements
The Board of the FDIC voted 3-1 to adopt the final rule for NSFR, with OCC and Federal Reserve Board expected to follow suit. The final version was amended to reflect response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact previous versions would have had on banks providing liquidity to the financial system. 



Reducing costs whilst achieving LIBOR remediation
The remediation of contracts involving LIBOR is one of the most significant challenges facing the financial sector. Contract Management Lifecycle is a key part of the process and Hitachi is uniquely placed to address the required functionality and meet this regulatory requirement, whilst accelerating digital transformation.  


Pressure rises for banks to restart dividend payouts next year

Regulators consider plans to allow banks to start paying dividends next year. The Bank of England and commercial banks are ‘bartering’ a deal to allow banks to make shareholder payouts if their loss-absorbing capital buffers remain strong.

The Times; FT



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