Research and Markets: Basel II - a catalyst for a whole redesign of the banking process
DUBLIN, Ireland, July 15, 2004 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com) has announced the addition of Basel II - An Added Value Approach to Implementation to their offering.
Basel II is controversial and complex. The Accord demands new standards of risk management and capital efficiency. The new Capital Accord will change the business and language in banking forever and needs to be understood and acted upon at all levels from the board down. Basel II is a catalyst for a whole redesign of the banking process and is an opportunity for you to re-assess your strategy in light of the capital adequacy requirements of different business lines. It is a chance to gain competitive advantage by making the most of the efficiencies in risk management and to move your banking processes onto a new level.
Preparing for Basel II - An added value approach to implementation, a new management report focuses on the actual implementation of the new Accord and provides the very latest information on the status of Basel II requirements including the late adjustments to the treatment of expected and unexpected losses. It is the first report of its kind to explain the valued added approach to the implementation of Basel II. It focuses on how banks can use the new risk measurement rules to inform their business decision-making, facilitate RAROC (Risk Adjusted Return On Capital) modelling and help form the single customer view.
The report illustrates that those banks that practise the most advanced risk measurement methods will benefit from lower levels of regulatory capital. It also shows how these companies will be able to form the single customer view, introduce risk-based pricing and use risk intelligence to inform every business decision they make.
Why do you need this report?
- Develop a clear understanding of the major features of Basel II, the practical implementation of the new Accord and the implications it has for the future of banking
- Find out how rating systems work and how data gathering and data architectures must change in banking
- Add value to your organisation through enterprise-wide risk management
- Learn from those who are testing the quantitative impact of Basel II on their levels of regulatory capital and who are experimenting with new models to measure operational risk
- Discover how the banking industry is responding to the far-reaching implications of the new Accord's overall requirements, developing their risk management, internal processes audit and IT infrastructure
- Embrace the latest thinking on Basel II employed by risk consultants and IT experts
- Use it as a guidebook as you focus on your target of readiness in less than four years time
Who should read this report?
- Risk Managers and Internal Audit Managers
- Credit Risk and Ratings Specialists
- Finance Directors and Board Directors
- IT, Operations Managers and Compliance Officers
- Financial Markets and Banking consultants within IT Firms
- Partners of Large Accountancy Practices
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Basel II after CP3
Chapter 3: The Status of Internal Ratings Systems
Chapter 4: The Use of Standardised and Foundation Approaches
Chapter 5: Data Collection and Warehousing
Chapter 6: Mitigation and Securitisation
Chapter 7: Supervision (Pillar II)
Chapter 8: Enterprise Risk Management and Strategic Implications
Chapter 9: Anticipating the Impact of Pillar III
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c2740
Research and Markets Laura Wood Senior Manager Fax: +353 1 4100 980 email@example.com
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