ICC Workshop on Capital and Credit Risk Distribution
at The Westin Hotel Dhaka, Sunday, 26 November 2017
Deadline for Registration: Monday, 20 November 2017
ICC Bangladesh will organize a day-long ICC Workshop on Capital and Credit Risk Distribution to be held at The Westin Hotel, Gulshan-2, Dhaka on Sunday, 26 November 2017.
The impact from the financial crisis, increasing capital regulations and conduct related fine, banks are under pressure to efficiently manage capital, credit and liquidity. According to a McKinsey & Company report “Basel “IV”: What’s next for banks?”, if banks do nothing to mitigate the impact of Basel IV, European banks would need EURO 120 billion in additional capital. The additional capital requirement could reduce the capital deployment to trade finance and fundamentally alter the bank’s strategy.
In view of this, the workshop has been designed for participants to understand theories and operational processes of the secondary distribution market in trade finance and the benefits it brings in Capital, Credit and liquidity management. A section of the workshop will be dedicated to give participants a glimpse of the well-publicised fintech companies operating in Trade Finance. The workshop will explain how some fintech operates as disruptors and how some will support bank doing more business and compete effectively with disruptors.
The workshop will be of significant benefit to officials of Bangladesh Bank, commercial banks, non-banking financial institutions, leasing and investment companies dealing with ttransactional bank, trade finance, capital and portfolio management, trade finance product, trade finance distribution and syndication. Certified Documentary Credit Specialists (CDCS), Certified Specialist in Demand Guarantees (CSDG) participants will receive 6 (six) Professional Development Unit (PDUs) for re-certification by attending this workshop.
It is our pleasure to announce that Mr. Kah Chye TAN, immediate past Chairman of ICC Banking Commission, serves as an independent board member and advisor for a select number of global organizations including International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Academy, Markham Rae LLP, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. Under his leadership as Chairman of the ICC Banking Commission, ICC Trade Finance Register was introduced to assist the industry in formulating the right Basel III capital adequacy policy. KahChye also co-founded the ICC Academy to provide industry leading business education. With over 20 years of banking and asset management experience in Singapore, Frankfurt and London, KahChye’s career has included global P&L responsibilities at institutions including JPM Chase, Barclays Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Deutsche Bank and Citibank. Mr. Tan also notably led the successful development of the world’s first synthetic securitization of trade finance assets.
Mr. Ka-Kit MAN is the CEO of Capital and Credit Risk Manager (CCRM), a cloud based platform that facilitates buying and selling of trade & working capital risk amongst banks, insurers and funds. Prior to CCRM, Ka-Kit was a Director of Trade Finance Syndication, APAC for Barclays Bank based in Singapore, where he expanded the distribution and product capabilities in the region. Furthermore, Ka-Kit was the Head of Corporate and Insurance desk, Portfolio Management in Royal Bank of Scotland based in London, and was responsible for structuring corporate trade related syndication and insurance mitigation. A qualified Chartered Insurer, Ka-Kit spent several years as an insurance underwriter in the London market and is also deeply experienced in the design and implementation of operational risk management frameworks and
Mr. Vivek GUPTA is Head of Product Management for Capital and Credit Risk Manager (CCRM). Vivek is a Trade Finance expert with over 20 years of experience in various global banks. He was most recently the India head of trade & working capital for Barclays Bank and prior to that he was the trade & supply chain sales head for HSBC, Singapore. He has also been the trade head for JP Morgan Chase, India and Deutsche Bank, Indonesia. Vivek has been instrumental in executing a number of industry leading solutions for clients during his career. These include a medium-term pre-export financing backed by renewable guarantee, first transaction with IFC in India under GTFP, partnering with a public sector bank for financing suppliers under private label LCs, development of an integrated import tax payment system in Indonesia and an IT enabled service for software exporters to process their export declaration forms in India will conduct the workshop.
The Brochure will publish soon.