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Financial Regulation

  • Regulatory capital relief: legal framework, expected changes and BRRD impact
    Regulatory capital relief: legal framework, expected changes and BRRD impact Vladimir Maly, partner, Oliver Ireland, senior counsel, and Yulia Makarova, of counsel - Morrison & Foerster Sep 24 2018 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    In this webinar, we will analyse capital relief driven transactions and structures, focusing on the principle purpose of using this tool, the main structures used in the market and the legal and regulatory framework underpinning the relevant structuring solutions. Among other things, this webinar will cover:
    - the most commonly used capital relief driven structures and why the market choses them, including a comparative summary of the structures used in the EU and the US;
    - the existing legal and regulatory framework and expected changes, including potential impact of different Brexit scenarios;
    - BRRD and its implications: how the rules affect structuring and the mitigating techniques investors may explore.
  • Cumplimiento Corporativo en Latinoamérica: principales retos y oportunidades
    Cumplimiento Corporativo en Latinoamérica: principales retos y oportunidades Leila Szwarc & Paola Fonseca TMF Group and Yoab Bitran, LRN Sep 25 2018 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Acerca de este webinario:

    Enfrentando el desafío global de evolucionar en cumplimiento Corporativo
    Los principales temas a discutir incluirán:

    1.Visión general del Índice de Complejidad de Cumplimiento Corporativo 2018 - tendencias clave a nivel global, países más y menos complejos

    2.Perspectivas sobre los principales desafíos en Latinoamérica

    - Países con mayor índice de complejidad en las Américas.
    - Cumplimiento y principales desarrollos regulatorios en América Latina

    3.Tips acerca de cómo las empresas deben prepararse para enfrentar los desafíos
  • Financial Services, Fraud and the Future of Digital Onboarding
    Financial Services, Fraud and the Future of Digital Onboarding Parker Crockford, Director of Policy & Strategic Accounts, Onfido Sep 27 2018 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the US. Globally, 1 in 60 online transactions are fraudulent. And if you don’t know who your customers are, you can’t onboard them to your platform.

    Though businesses are moving online, their identity verification and KYC processes haven’t. Instead, the old processes are being shoehorned into the digital age. So how can you update your onboarding for the digital age?

    Join this webinar with Onfido’s Parker Crockford to learn:

    What new CDD and KYC regulation means for user onboarding
    Why the SSN is no longer reliable – and what’s going to replace it
    How new technology like biometrics, AI and blockchain can help
  • UNDP: The organisation behind the SDGs in conversation with Responsible Investor
    UNDP: The organisation behind the SDGs in conversation with Responsible Investor Responsible Investor Oct 2 2018 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Hear from the UN body that is evolving the SDGs 3 years on, on the Ethical Finance 2018 conference pre-event webinar.

    Ahead of the Ethical Finance 2018 conference on October 22/23 in Edinburgh, meet the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the lead UN development agency for implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with governments.

    The UNDP is a supporting partner for the Ethical Finance 2018 Conference, along with the UK and Scottish governments.

    On this webinar, Responsible Investor's Managing Editor will talk to Gail Hurley, UNDP Policy Specialist for Development Finance, about the work the UNDP is doing on driving the SDGs with policy makers, and about how they see the role of investors within that.

    Don’t miss out on the opportunity to put your questions to UNDP about the evolution of the world’s biggest sustainability initiative!

    Speakers:
    Gail Hurley, Policy Specialist Development Finance, UNDP
    Hugh Wheelan, Managing Editor, Responsible Investor
  • A Stocktake on Emerging ESG Stewardship Themes: Spotlight on Climate Change
    A Stocktake on Emerging ESG Stewardship Themes: Spotlight on Climate Change Responsible Investor and ISS Oct 4 2018 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    A successful ESG stewardship strategy requires investors to proactively address ESG risks in their portfolios. Over the last three years, climate change has become a top ESG shareholder proposal issue. Many shareholder proponents encourage companies to align their reporting with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures, set GHG emission reduction targets, conduct 2°C scenario analyses and disclose on climate impact. However, the percentage of companies providing such disclosures remains generally very low.

    This webinar gives an overview of emerging climate change topics from the 2018 proxy season and how investors can proactively identify climate-related risks and opportunities in their portfolios.

    - What are the takeaways from the 2018 proxy season and Climate Week NYC 2018?

    - Are we any closer to meaningful scenario analysis?

    - How is data developing to help investors capture physical climate risk?

    - Where are we at with TCFD reporting?

    - How important is collaboration on these issues, through things like ClimateAction100+?

    Moderator: Sophie Robinson-Tillett, Deputy Editor, Responsible Investor

    Confirmed Speakers:
    Maximilian Horster, Managing Director, Head, ISS-Climate
    Anne Simpson, Investment Director of Sustainability, CalPERS and Chair ClimateAction 100+

    This webinar is produced by Responsible Investor, for dedicated news and events on ESG and sustainable finance check out our website at www.responsible-investor.com
  • Overpromised & Underdelivered: Common Misconceptions About AI for Banking
    Overpromised & Underdelivered: Common Misconceptions About AI for Banking Finn AI & FinTech Futures Oct 9 2018 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Connecting with your customers using conversational AI can be a game-changer for your bank. Customer satisfaction scores will skyrocket, brand loyalty will increase, and people will take control of their money and empower themselves financially like never before.

    So where are all the success stories?

    You’d be surprised how often banks get it wrong. Not because of the technology, but because their expectations are unrealistic and often the reason they fail.

    Join Dan Latimore, Senior VP at Celent and Ben Terrill, VP of Customer Success at Finn AI, on Tuesday October 9th to learn the truth behind conversational AI for banking. These experts will examine the most common misconceptions that could tank your bot deployment. Avoid these pitfalls and write your own AI success story.

    • Slow and steady wins the race – why quick wins aren't long term successes
    • You can’t set it and forget it – understanding that AI isn't self-sufficient
    • Bots are NOT Conversational Assistants - knowing the difference can make all the difference
    • A good relationship needs to be cultivated – how to optimize customer adoption and interaction post- launch
    • Cross-bot integration is hard – when to consolidate multiple deployments