RMA Europe

Brexit and Beyond

RMA is supporting this event – See below our special invite with a 20% discount*

BREXIT will have an enormous impact on the FS sector, arguably more than on any other part of the economy. While most financial institutions now have their contingency plans in place and in many cases have already started to implement them, it is critically important that UK financial institutions keep themselves fully informed about current negotiations and what BREXIT will mean for their organisations under the various possible scenarios.

Key themes in this timely programme include:

  • The Government's strategy in terms of protecting the interests of the FS industry
  • What will be the shape of the long-term financial services trade agreement between the UK & the EU?
  • Managing the EU withdrawal process from a legal perspective – The EU Withdrawal Act and other legislation, and implications for the FS community
  • Contract continuity – being prepared for all possible outcomes
  • Prospects for cooperation in financial services with other countries post-Brexit
  • Achieving regulatory coherence in a post-BREXIT world
  • Talent retention and future skills requirements
  • A vision for the future – The City and the UK financial services industry as a global powerhouse in the post-BREXIT world
  • Achieving regulatory coherence in a post-BREXIT world

Summit Speakers Include:

  1. John Glen MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury and City Minister
  2. Nausicaa Delfas, Executive Director of International, and Member of the Executive Committee, Financial Conduct Authority
  3. Nicolas Aubert, Head of Great Britain, Willis Towers Watson
  4. James Bardrick, UK Country Officer, Citi
  5. The Rt Hon The Lord Garnier QC
  6. Damian Nussbaum, Director of Economic Development, City of London Corporation
  7. Mark Hoban, Chair, International Regulatory Strategy Group
  8. Barnabas Reynolds, Partner, Head of Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory Group, Shearman & Sterling
  9. Miles Celic, Chief Executive officer, TheCityUK
  10. Natalie Ceeney CBE, Chair, Innovate Finance
  11. Caroline Silver, Managing Director, Moelis & Co
  12. Matt Holmes, Managing Director, Government and Regulatory Affairs, Deutsche Bank
  13. Susan Revell, Deputy Chair and General Counsel, EMEA, BNY Mellon
  14. Chris Allen, General Counsel, Clients and Products, Standard Chartered Bank
  15. Paul Hardy, Brexit Director, DLA Piper UK LLP
  16. Karel Lannoo, Chief Executive Officer, Centre for European Policy Studies
  17. Stephen Jones, Chief Executive Officer, UK Finance
  18. Prof Michael Dougan, Professor of European Law and Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law, University of Liverpool
  19. Malcolm Newman, Managing Director, EMEA Hub, SCOR; Chairman, International Underwriting Association
  20. Alex Barr, Global Head of Private Markets and Real Estate Investment Oversight, Aberdeen Standard Investments
  21. Jonathan Herbst, Partner and Global Head of Financial Services, Norton Rose Fulbright
  22. Duncan Edwards, CEO, British American Business
  23. James Smethurst, Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP 
  24. Rachel Kent, Partner, Hogan Lovells International LLP
  25. Antony Manchester, Managing Director, Global Public Policy, EMEA, Blackrock
  26. Dr Andreas Dombret, Former Executive Director for Banking Supervision, Bundesbank
  27. Ilda de Sousa, Partner, Kingsley Napley LLP

Standard Delegate Fee: £ 595.00 + VAT • 20% Discount to our invitees (CODE: BREX10RMA) = £ 476.00 + VAT

www.cityandfinancialconferences.com/brexitfs4bookings@cityandfinancial.com • +44 (0) 1932 340 115

19th Handelsblatt Annual Conference

Handelsblatt Conference EBR - European Banking Regulation 2018

Meet European and national supervisors, banks and associations on our HANDELSBLATT European Banking Regulation Annual conference from 19 to 21 November 2018, in Frankfurt at the Jumeirah hotel. The spotlight will be put on European and national regulation issues, regulation topics arising from direct and indirect supervision and on the pending changes relating to Basel, CRD V and CRR II. Come and discuss with renowned experts from the ECB, EBA, SRB, European Parliament, German Bundesbank, BaFin and representatives of the credit industry and associations about the latest regulation issues. Find out all the relevant information about banking supervision from first-hand sources for your practical implementation.

Date: November 19 – 21 2018

Location: Jumeirah Frankfurt, Thurn-und-Taxis-Platz 2, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Register here: http://www.euroforum.de/sc/0K83QQ0ND?code={D1801609}

Website: http://www.euroforum.de/sc/PD1QKB0WU?code={D1801609}

Programm: http://www.euroforum.de/sc/8MQK1TFH8?code={D1801609}

The RMA in Europe

In the United States and Canada the RMA is a household name in the banking industry. In the risk management arena, we are the premier organisation for training, round tables, conferences, and peer sharing.

Building upon our considerable success in North America we are expanding our offerings in Europe, focusing on open enrollment courses, programmes for future leaders and invitation-only round tables where senior bankers can share their thoughts with their peers on key aspects of risk management which are of significance to all.

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RMA Round Tables in Europe

Each year, the RMA runs several invitation-only round tables in Europe for senior risk management executives in the banking sector. These events are moderated by the RMA, have carefully constructed agendas, are subject to Chatham House Rules, and involve no more than 20 invited participants. We also bring in high-caliber outside speakers to address round table participants on specific topics.   

In the Autumn of 2018 we will be running the following roundtables in Europe:

  • European Market and Counterparty Risk Management Round Table – London – 8 Nov. 2018
  • European Credit and Risk Management Round Table – Paris – 13 Nov. 2018
  • European Country/Sovereign Risk Management Round Table – Paris – 15 Nov. 2018  

Should you require any information about these round tables, please contact the RMA's European representative, Steve Shaw, who will be pleased to provide this. 

We also partner from time to time with organizations such as Deloitte, KPMG and Teneo Intelligence to run one-off round tables on topics which are of current interest to risk management executives.

Industry Surveys

The RMA is very active in the arena of financial industry surveys on topics of broad importance and significance to industry participants. These surveys are among the most in-depth available, and we are proud that we are consistently able to have the world's leading banks take part.


For the following types of enquiry please contact our senior European representative (see contact details below):

  • Details about forthcoming RMA events in Europe (round tables, RMA workshops at the BBA, executive education programmes run in conjunction with Cass).

  • In-house training opportunities.

  • Media partnerships

  • Advertising in or submitting editorial for our monthly in-house publication The RMA Journal®.

Note: all RMA membership enquiries should be directed to RMA Member Services in Philadelphia, U.S.A. as follows:

By phone: 215-446-4150

By fax: 215-446-4100

By email: member@rmahq.org