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Sharon Bowles, one of the most influential Britons in Brussels, will be talking about this on Monday in London. She will talk in her keynote address at “Preparing for CRD IV Reporting” about the challenges facing the banking community and how CRD IV will impact on it. In the forefront of the drive to improve European banking regulation since the financial crisis, Sharon has devoted herself to building a regulatory system which will provide stability in Europe without putting unfair pressure on the City of London.
The keynote address is one of a series of addresses from speakers across the European regulatory community including the European Central Bank and speakers with long experience at the International Monetary Fund and national regulators.
There are only three days before the conference!
The conference will also be open to registration from 8 a.m. on the day of the event.
Europe’s new Basel III capital regulations, newly enacted as CRD IV, will introduce XBRL-based data reporting to new sectors and markets. In what is arguably the biggest upheaval in European banking since the introduction of the Euro, CRD IV will mandate the collection of increasing amounts of banking capital and exposure data throughout the countries of the European Union. For the first time, XBRL will be at the heart of Europe’s financial regulatory systems, joining the tax authorities and business registers who have hitherto been pioneers of XBRL-based business reporting in Europe.
The main players in this drama will be present at a major conference in London on 17 June, “Preparing for CRD IV Reporting”. Chaired by Robert Driver, the British Bankers’ Association’s Policy Expert on COREP and FINREP, the conference will explore the new regulatory environment with speakers from the European Parliament and the European Central Bank, and will discuss the implications of the new regime for both banks and regulators. Presentation topics will include:
- Regulatory objectives in processing XBRL-based big data
- Driving financial outperformance through compliance
- Improving ROI in financial reporting
- The use of XBRL standards in reducing the reporting burden
- Ensuring traceability and consistency in XBRL reporting
- Management challenges around regulatory reporting
The new CRD IV banking regulation being introduced to bring Europe into line with Basel III regulation is prompting growing debate amongst regulatory authorities and banks alike. Many aspects remain unclear, so it’s timely that a conference providing deep insight into the new regulatory landscape is taking place on June 17th at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
‘Preparing for CRD IV reporting’ is aimed at those involved in both banking regulation and preparing for the new reporting regime under COREP and FINREP and the conference will raise awareness of the issues around the imminent introduction of CRD IV compliance within Europe.
Sharon Bowles MEP, Chair of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, and a keen proponent of improving banking regulation at the European level, will give the keynote address, and the morning plenary session will include other high profile speakers from the European Central Bank, the European Banking Federation, the Bank of Spain and the International Monetary Fund.
After lunch, the programme will split into separate track sessions catering for delegates whose main interest is either the business or the technical aspects of CRD IV reporting. Contributions from the EBA and top consulting firms will be followed by panel discussions and a Q&A session to broaden the debate.
Full details and registration at http://conference.eurofiling.info