AFB Seminar: EMIR Refit – Understanding the Changes & Challenges
The European Markets Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) Refit (or EMIR 3.0) is set to go live on 29 April 2024 in the EU and on 30 September 2024 in the UK. The deadlines are approaching against a background of the regulators continuing to take action against banks who fail to report correctly and maintain a strong transaction reporting control framework.
AFB is holding an in-person seminar with PwC to provide members with practical tips on the implementation of the changes required for the Refit.
The Refit changes to the requirements are significant and complex and banks will require dedicated programmes and personnel to meet these new requirements. This seminar will use real-life case studies to help members understand how to approach these challenges.
What will members gain for use at their bank?
- An understanding of the key regulatory changes being made to the current and future reporting obligations
- An understanding of the milestones of an EMIR Refit transformation programme and the key implementation challenges, including technology and data sourcing
- An understanding of what a strong EMIR reporting control framework looks like and the specific control changes required for EMIR Refit
Who should attend?
This seminar is aimed at practitioners who have responsibility for implementing and overseeing the EMIR Refit. They will typically be in Operations and Technology teams as well as compliance officers.
Neil is a Partner in our Financial Services Risk practice and has over 20 years of experience working with and within Investment Banking and Investment Management across a variety of functions (Risk, Finance and Front Office). Neil has led Transaction Reporting reviews over the past 7 years for UK, EMEA, NAM and APAC. Neil has supported a Global Tier 1 Investment Bank in a MiFID, EMIR, CFTC, G20 reporting review and is currently supporting the Investment Management arm of the Bank with EMIR Refit implementation.
Joe is a Director in our Financial Services Risk practice with almost 20 years of FS experience – 10 years in industry at two top tier US investment banks working across Compliance, Operational Risk and Internal Audit, and 9 years as a consultant at PwC. At PwC, Joe has taken the lead on supporting investment banking clients with navigating complex regulatory issues spanning MiFID, EMIR, Dodd-Frank, and the key G20 regulations, with a particular focus on reporting obligations. Joe is supporting the Investment Management arm of a Global Bank with EMIR Refit implementation.
Stephen is a Senior Manager within PwC’s Financial Services Risk practice with over 10 years’ experience in the technology and data sphere. He specialises in regulatory data within banks and asset managers and assists clients on multiple regulatory regimes across the UK, EMEA, APAC and NAM. Stephen is currently working on EMIR Refit with firms across the industry. Stephen is currently supporting the Investment Management arm of a Global Bank with EMIR Refit implementation. He is leading a team to gather field requirements, manage the sourcing of data, and working with technology to ensure requirements are understood and met.
Jane is a Manager in PwC’s Financial Services Risk practice with over 8 year’s experience in Banking Risk and Controls. Jane specialises in risk and controls across various functions including risk identification and assessment, control design and operating effectiveness testing, and RCSA’s. Jane is currently supporting the Investment Management arm of a Global Bank with EMIR Refit implementation, with a focus on controls, monitoring and testing including building out a new completeness and accuracy reconciliation.
Cost: Included in AFB membership (no fee)
Location: PwC, 7 More London Place, SE1 2RT
Date: Thursday, 30 November 2023
Time: 09:00 – 10:15 (Registration and breakfast from 8:30)
If you would like to submit a question that you would like the session to address, please send it to AFB at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive details on how to join this session a week before the event.