Are you aware of current regulatory expectations and best practice around the monitoring of your employees’ communication with clients and trading counterparties?
The AFB is proud to partner with the Chartered Banker Institute to offer AFB members the opportunity to study the Certificate in Green and Sustainable Finance (CGSF).
The AFB is proud to partner with the Chartered Banker Institute to offer AFB members the opportunity to study the Certificate in Climate Risk, which has been developed jointly with the Chartered Body Alliance.
Are you ready for the implementation of PRA climate requirements (SS3/19) which are due at the end of 2021, and the key climate initiatives for the industry such as The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), Emerging Regulatory Climate Stress Tests and Net Zero commitments?
Do you know the key elements of a robust regulatory reporting framework and the importance of complete and accurate regulatory data?
The AFB is delighted to partner with KPMG LLP who will draw upon their extensive market-place experience of conducting skilled person reviews in a session specifically designed for foreign bank members. Experts from KPMG will highlight common industry practices and the Regulator’s expectations around regulatory reporting arrangements and regulatory data.
On 26 July, the PRA published SS5/21 International banks: The PRA’s approach to branch and subsidiary supervision and PS 19/21 setting out its supervisory approach to international banks. The AFB is delighted to partner with PwC for this special seminar developed specifically for AFB members. PwC will highlight and share best practice on the following key areas of the Supervisory Statement: governance, booking models, risk management, operational resilience, reporting, and information sharing requirements.
The AFB is delighted to partner with KPMG to support foreign banks in examining the role of intra-line collaboration and reliance for branches and subsidiaries of foreign banks. Getting it right can improve overall effectiveness and coverage but must be done carefully and with clarity of mind as to what differences inherently are intended to exist between the nature of work performed by the third line compared to the second line.