March 11, 2022, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Drew and Merry will be speaking on the topic of ALM Models, Liquidity Models and the Assumptions that Drive Them at 9:25 AM.
Regulation related to interest rate risk and liquidity has been unchanged for over a decade; however, regulator’s focus on model assumption and oversight continues to be an evolving landscape. This presentation will provide background information about established regulations and basics of modeling while providing a deep-dive into how internal auditors should approach testing of these models. Participants will walk away with an understanding of how to evaluate conceptual soundness, ongoing model monitoring and common regulatory findings.
Steve will be speaking on the topic of Vendor Management through the Regulatory Compliance Lens at 11:30 AM.
Does your vendor management program address the regulatory compliance concerns during the full life cycle of the vendor relationship? The risks associated with outsourcing processes to third and fourth parties continue to rise. These days a mature program is proactive rather than the classic reactive approach; analyzing regulatory compliance responsibilities that interact with such relationships. Wolf will provide its industry experience to discuss what a mature program looks like, as well as shedding light on what can go wrong if a proactive approach is not taken. We will discuss current higher risk relationships such as fintech, lending and operational vendors. Attendees will leave this session with the knowledge of how an effective vendor management program functions across lines within a bank.Back to Events