1 7th Annual Liquidity, Treasury and FTP. Upgrade your funding and liquidity profiles management and stay one step ahead in implementing new regulatory changes Singapore Making FTP work for you and your 3rd - 5th September 2014. balance sheet as a function Half-Day Interactive Conference Workshop on Speakers: 3rd of September 2014 Luo Ping Ayaz Akhtar FTP Implementation Chairman of Supervisory Board Head Regulatory and Basel Reporting, Master Class Leader: Kunlun Bank, China; Financial Planning and Control Group Former General Director The Saudi Investment Bank, Robert Fiedler China Banking Regulatory Saudi Arabia Liquidity Risk Subject Matter Expert Commission (CBRC), China Liquidity Risk Corporation, Germany Sandip Patil Nicholas Wood Managing Director and Region Head, Global Head, Segments and Products, Global Liquidity and Investments, In Chair: Group Treasury Asia Pacific Gordon Allison Standard Chartered, Singapore CITI, Hong Kong Head of Capital Allocation and Analytics Joseph J.
2 Shropshire Eoin O'Donovan National Australia Bank, Australia Managing Director, Regional Treasurer Head of Funding and Liquidity of Asia Pacific, Singapore and Korea Management Asia Country Controller Barclays, Singapore Attending this Premier marcus evans Conference will UBS, Singapore Enable You to: Dharam Singla Gordon Allison Head of Treasury Align cross border regulations with your liquidity framework Head of Capital Allocation and Analytics ICICI, Singapore Understand Shanghai free trade zone impact on liquidity management National Australia Bank, Australia Master the functionality of FTP tool Amit Kothari Enhance your knowledge on liquidity reporting Maha Krishnan Head of Treasury Execution Services Achieve robustness in contingency framework Senior Regulatory Advisor, APAC Barclays, India Deutsche Bank.
3 Singapore Peter Bekesi Learn from Key Practical Case Studies: Rajesh S Sunar Head of ALM, Asia Pacific Deputy CFO Regional Office CITI discuss impact of Shanghai free trade zone on Societe Generale, India Raiffeisen Bank International, liquidity management Singapore Societe Generale explore FTP performance in emerging markets Robert Fiedler The Saudi Investment Bank show holistic approach to Liquidity Risk Subject Matter Expert Karin Boonlertvanich liquidity reporting Liquidity Risk Corporation, Germany Head, Central Treasury Department Kasikorn Bank, Thailand Wiling Bolung Head of Balance Sheet Trading Sam Soelaenan Testimonials.
4 ANZ, Indonesia Head, ALM Risk and Market Risk Useful, actual, and practical. Governance Head of ALM Rebecca Terner Lentchner Bank International Indonesia, OJSC Bank Executive Director - Head of Policy and Indonesia Regulatory Affairs Well organised, presented and delivered. Great speakers and discussions. Asia Securities and Financial Heidi Tian Very beneficial. Markets Association, Hong Kong Director, Firm-Wide Treasury Risk Senior Dealer Control, APAC. NCB UBS, Singapore Very good event. Bringing a very impressive group of experts. Yves Tomballe VP Balance Sheet and Capital Management Head of Market and Liquidity Risk Asia Scotiabank Ex-Japan MUFG, Singapore A great event for practioners to get an overview of how FTP is handled across a variety of institutions.
5 SVP. Citigroup conferences Day One Thursday 4th September 2014. 08:30 Registration and Coffee STREAM ONE: CORE LIQUIDITY FUNDAMENTALS: HOLISTIC APPROACH TO. LIUQIDITY RISK MEASUREMENT, MONITORING AND REPORTING. 09:00 Opening Address from the Chair 14:00 Liquidity risk application for APAC market CROSS BORDER ACTIVITIES: NEW TRENDS AND REGULATIONS IN APAC MARKET Guidance to the framework identification and governance: How to maximise the liquidity platform 09:15 LCR going beyond interpretation to application Cross border activities in APAC region Putting the LCR in place: Implementation of ratios Developing intraday measurement activities Formulating and funding the buffer Yves Tomballe Local application in APAC.
6 Benchmarking LCR strategies Head of Market and Liquidity Risk Asia Ex-Japan Buffer make up in practice MUFG, Singapore Maha Krishnan 14:45 Modelling liquidity risks: Building locally viable models Senior Regulatory Advisor, APAC Identification of effective liquidity risk appetite risk management Deutsche Bank, Singapore Pricing in liquidity: FTP strategies Key details needed for local liquidity risk models Building liquidity risk models for APAC. 10:00 p Panel Discussion: Aligning cross border regulations with liquidity framework Networking and Refreshment Break LCR and NSFR: What is expected by regulators?
7 LCR calculation: Overcoming application and data challenges 16:00 Technology optimisation for liquidity modelling Taking into consideration your balance sheet: Clear communication within System requirements your bank Platform infrastructure development Guidance to investment in smart technologies Luo Ping Chairman of Supervisory Board 16:45 Case Study: Kunlun Bank, China; Holistic approach to liquidity reporting Former General Director Developing advanced tools for risk reporting: Implementation of new changes China Banking Regulatory Allocation of cross border liquidity: What has to be changed Commission (CBRC), China Transparency in technology connectivity Sam Soelaenan Liquidity reporting standards: Level of detail and information needed to Head, ALM Risk and Market Risk Governance satisfy regulators Bank International Indonesia, Indonesia Data management and liquidity reporting.
8 Key techniques Ayaz Akhtar Ayaz Akhtar Head Regulatory and Basel Reporting, Financial Planning and Control Group Head Regulatory and Basel Reporting, Financial Planning and Control Group The Saudi Investment Bank, Saudi Arabia The Saudi Investment Bank, Saudi Arabia 17:30 Close of Day One 10:45 Networking and Refreshment Break 11:15 Case Study: STREAM TWO: UTILISING FTP STRATEGIES. Shanghai free trade zone: impact on liquidity management Impact on liquidity and cash flows in APAC 14:00 How can FTP help with LCR. RMB influence on cross border activities FTP a tool for allocating liquidity costs Building the liquidity strategy within China Integrating the FTP regime with the regulatory requirements Sandip Patil Embedding FTP within the LCR requirements Managing Director and Region Head, Global Liquidity and Investments, Asia Pacific Calibration of FTP results CITI, Hong Kong Peter Bekesi Head of ALM, Asia Pacific Regional Office Raiffeisen Bank International, Singapore r 12:00 Roundtable Discussion: Benchmarking the local regulatory implementation for liquidity compliance 14.
9 45 Case Study: Round table one Performing FTP in emerging markets International Basel application: Europe and USA Hunting for quality and granularity of data: Local FTP implementation Categories of data and proper measurement techniques Rebecca Terner Lentchner Current challenges Executive Director - Head of Policy and Regulatory Affairs Asia Securities and Financial Markets Association, Hong Kong Rajesh S Sunar Deputy CFO. Round table two Societe Generale, India Singapore and Hong Kong 15:30 Networking and Refreshment Break Joseph J. Shropshire Managing Director, Regional Treasurer of Asia Pacific, Singapore and Korea 16:00 FTP accessibility of models in APAC: Building your own model Country Controller APAC specific FTP models UBS, Singapore Performing FTP on RMB products Round table three Understanding APAC specific issues and performance objectives Emerging markets: Europe and Asia Joseph J.
10 Shropshire Sandip Patil Managing Director, Regional Treasurer of Asia Pacific, Singapore and Korea Managing Director, Asia Head Liquidity Services, Treasury and Trade Solutions Country Controller CITI, Hong Kong UBS, Singapore 13:00 Lunch 16:45 p Panel Discussion: Mastering the functionality of FTP. Setting different risks and limits for ALM. What is the efficiency of the current market Linking FTP to the organisation's objectives Functionality of FTP on a high level: approach from regulators' perspective Media Partner: Understanding the cost of FTP. Peter Bekesi Head of ALM, Asia Pacific Regional Office Raiffeisen Bank International, Singapore Wiling Bolung Head of Balance Sheet Trading ANZ, Indonesia Treasury Management International (TMI) is a well-respected and independent voice in the Treasury world, renowned globally for its sharp editorial focus and Amit Kothari breadth of opinion.