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24 September 2019
Doubletree by Hilton London Tower of London7 Pepys Street, London, EC3N 4AF

24 September 2019
Doubletree by Hilton London Tower of London,
7 Pepys Street, London, EC3N 4AF

ICAAP & Stress Testing for Investment Firms - 9th Annual Practitioners' Forum

The only Forum to feature the FCA focusing specifically on ICAAP & Stress Testing challenges for the Investment Firms Sector

Clarify Regulatory Expectations - Gain Expert Guidance - Hear Practical Experiences

Attend this event and the 'New Prudential Regime for EU Investment Firms' - 2nd Annual Forum' taking place the following day and Save £100.

Contact - +44 (0) 20 337 73587

What's on the agenda at the 9th Annual Forum:

Benefit from regulatory guidance and insights into practical experiences via multiple case studies and panel sessions featuring capital management specialists from investment firms

An agenda featuring FCA and focusing on today's key Regulatory requirements and expectations:

  • Duarte Delgado, FCA on Newly Released CP19/20: adequate financial resources
  • Update on New Prudential Regime for Investment Firms
  • Stress and Reverse Stress Testing struggle points
  • Wind-Down Planning financial and operational elements
  • SREP Reviews preparation and management experience
  • Liquidity Framework and stress testing common faults
  • Capturing Operational Resilience and emerging risks 
  • SMCR, Culture, Governance and Use Test  
  • Current ICAAP, SREP Feedback, Section 166 themes

Investment Firms & Advisors allowing you to benchmark your approach with latest practice:

Opportunities for Wind-Down Planning Enhancements to Financial and Operational Elements

  • Brian Thornhill, Associate Director, Deloitte

Embedding and Evidencing SMCR, Culture, Governance and Use Test in the Context of ICAAP

  • Fiona Raistrick, Partner, BDO

How and Where Liquidity Frameworks, Stress Tests and Links to ICAAP are Falling Short of Expectations

  • Oivind Andresen, Director – Risk Advisory, BDO

Capturing Operational Resilience and other Emerging Risks within the ICAAP Process

  • Anthony Ma, Associate Director, Grant Thornton

Your questions answered by Big 4 Advisors & Investment Firms on the Q&A Sessions:

Implications of the Recent FCA CP19/20 on BAU Business Model, Stress Environment and Reverse Stress Testing Links

  • XTX Markets - Fidelity International - Deloitte

Advisory Firms: Current ICAAP Expectations, Section 166 Themes and Future Direction for Capital Requirements

  • EY - PWC - BDO - Grant Thornton and others...

Practical Experience Gained Preparing for and Managing ICAAP & SREP Reviews

  • Blackrock - Vanguard Asset Management - BGC Partners / GFI Group / Cantor Fitzgerald - FNZ - Hargreaves Lansdown

Also attend the associated pre-conference workshop...

Don't miss the pre-conference workshop providing an opportunity to delve deeper into key issues, share more experiences, and raise your firm's issues:

Pre-Conference Workshop - 23 September 2019:


Adding Practical Value

Embedding Stress Testing & ICAAP into Business Strategy & Management

within Investment Firms


Workshop Leader:

Andrew Brand, Head of Operational Risk, XTX Markets

Andrew has many years of hands-on risk management experience. He is Head of Operational Risk at XTX Markets, having previously performed a similar role at Close Brothers. Prior to that he spent eight years at Threadneedle Investments where, as Enterprise Risk Manager, he was responsible for both internal and external risk reporting. He was also responsible for Basel and ICAAP implementation, leading the team that designed and implemented the firm’s regulatory risk framework.

Workshop Style:

This workshop is designed to be participate throughout. The agenda will combine key formal presentations, case studies and syndicate discussion sessions. There will be ample opportunity for delegates to benchmark experiences with industry peers and raise issues of most concern to their organisation, either confidentially or in open session.

Registration: 9.00am - Workshop Start: 9:30am - Workshop Close: 4.30pm

The 9th Annual ICAAP & Stress Testing for Investment Firms Forum in Numbers...

15+ speakers
Sharing their experiences and expertise with you
10+ sessions
Proving solutions and guidance to your issues
60+ Attendees
Network with peers that share your challenges

Become an Event Partner and raise your Firm's profile...

As an event sponsorship or exhibition partner, we can help you to forge new business relationships, share your experiences and position yourself as a go-to firm for Risk & Capital Management within Investment Firms. Through understanding your business objectives and requirements we can tailor a solution to suit your strategy and budget.

For a bespoke package, contact Sophie Serhan on or call: +44 (0) 207 551 9931, or click on the link below for more details.

Just some of the past attendees to Infoline's Investment Firm risk & capital Forums include...

Towry - XTX Markets - FXCM Ltd - KCG - AIG Asset Management (Europe) - UBS Asset ManagementAlliance - Sarasins & Partners - Alpari UKArchitas -Trust - AVIVA Investors - James Hambro & Partners - Nucleus Financial Group - AXA Investment Managers - Newton Investment Management - Baillie Gifford & Co - Turcan Connell Assett Management - Hargreave Hale - BNP Paribas Investment Partners - Brewin Dolphin Plc - Swiss Re - Central Bank of Ireland - Solo Captial - Citadel Investment Group - Sarasins & Partners - Columbia Threadneedle Investments - DIAM International - European Capital Financial Services - GAM  - Invesco Perpetual - Blackrock - Kleinwort Benson Investors - Martin Currie Investment Management - Neptune investment Management - NFU Mutual - Pershing - Pramerica Financial - Sberbank CIB - Scio Capial - Standard Life Investments - M&G Investments - Tcam Asset Management - Cantor Fitzgerald - Threadneedle International - Tradition - Vanguard Asset Management - BGC Partners