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Post by claud39 on Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:16 am


Capital planning and liquidity planning in accordance with Basel III decisions

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Capital Planning and Liquidity Planning in Accordance with Basel III Decisions 
4-7 March 2019 Headquarters of the Association of Iraqi Private Banks Baghdad / Republic of Iraq 


The existence of a comprehensive and in-depth mechanism for measuring capital and liquidity is one of the most important pillars of risk management. This mechanism must be able to produce the optimal level of capital and liquidity to support or meet the nature and level of current risk of the bank, the margin of risk that the bank wishes to bear, and its ability to absorb risks.

This workshop will explore the process of capital planning, overall capital adequacy ratios and the ability to maintain capital at stressful times. The objective is to provide a sound basis for evaluating the effectiveness of capital adequacy in line with the risk level and plans to maintain an appropriate level of capital. This theoretical basis will be reinforced with detailed case studies that will allow participants to enhance their knowledge to review the capital planning process, risk assessment in the enterprise through stress or stress tests, and analyze measures that ensure capital support for risk level.

In addition, the workshop will address the issue of liquidity shortage in times of crisis, the plans to be adopted to maintain sufficient and appropriate ratios of liquidity to counter cyclical and unpredictable liquidity in the bank, specifically LCR and NSFR. Participants will be provided with market-oriented examples in the Republic of Iraq With knowledge on liquidity risk management techniques, will provide an overview of recent reforms in liquidity management practices, and will identify transitional arrangements introduced by the Basel Committee for the implementation of new liquidity standards. 

Objectives of the Workshop: To

identify the most important updates to the standards of the Basel Committee. 
New capital concepts in accordance with Basel III: 
Capital Conservation Buffer 
(Countercyclical Capital Buffer)
Highlighting the future of the implementation of internal capital adequacy assessment by Basel III 
Discussion of the key elements of the internal capital adequacy assessment process 
Clarifying the role of regulatory authorities in the supervisory review process 
Clarifying the mechanism for implementing capital planning based on the outputs of the internal capital adequacy assessment process 
Identifying the key elements of the calculation Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) 
Discussion of the challenges faced by banks in applying Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) 
Explanation of the net fixed funding ratio (NSFR) 

Target Participants:

Supervisory Authority staff 
Market risk managers and their associates Key 
Risk Managers and their Principal Assistants 
Compliance officers or officers and their key 
advisors are risk analysts and 
internal auditors

First Day
: Reasons for Basel III 
Improving capital quality 
Raising capital adequacy ratio 
Using leverage ratio 
Developing liquidity monitoring ratios 
Improving risk coverage 
Reducing the impact of business cycle 
Operational situations 

II Pillar II Pillar II 
Supervisory review process 
Internal assessment of capital adequacy the 
main principles of the 
steps to be taken 
reasons to take place the 
main components 
cases the process of the 

second day
to maintain the capital adequacy ratio of strategic 
risk assessment of the physical impact of the 
interest rate risk in the banking portfolio 
liquidity risk 
reputation risk
Risk Concentration 
Risk Other Risk 
Capital Stress 
Management Institutional Risk 

Day 3
Risk Synthesis 
Financial Forecast 
Capital Resources 
Internal Capital 
Stress Testing 
Capital Planning 
Application Challenges 

Day 4
III: Standards liquidity by the Basel Committee on a 
global standard for liquidity 
ratio of liquidity to cover LCR 
highly liquid assets (HQLA) 
liquidity margin of 
liquidity in times of pressure 
net outflows net outflows 
ratio of net stable funding net stable funding ratio 
operation condition 


Mr. Arafat Hassan Salim Fayoumi
holds a Bachelor 's degree in Banking and Finance from Yarmouk University in 1987 , an 
executive director of the Department of Risk Management - The Central Bank of Jordan 
worked as the International Monetary Fund in the period from 2010/11 to 2011/4 in the Libyan central bank - the Department of 
Control On banks. 
Chairman of the Credit Risk Committee to prepare for the implementation of Basel II in Jordan, Vice Chairman of the Basel II 
Preparation Committee and Chairman of the Basel III Preparation Committee. 
Risk Management Expert. 
The official team adjusted AML instructions in line with the new recommendations. 
Compliance officer at the central bank.
Lecturer on various topics such as AML, Credit Risk, Liquidity Risk, Asset and Liability Management, Corporate Governance, Basel III & II, Comprehensive Control, and Banking Inspection. 

Participation fee: 

$ 650
includes the participation fee: attendance at the workshop, receipt of work papers, daily breaks, 
distribution of scientific material and hospitality. 

Payment Method

Please pay the subscription fee to the account of the Association of Iraqi Banks in dollars at Ashur International Bank - Main Branch No. IQ72AIBI995002891268750 
Note: Please provide the Union of Arab Banks a copy of the payment document 

or the BankMed Bank of Baghdad Branch in favor of the Union of Arab Banks in his account at: 

Bank Med-Beirut-Lebanon 
Raouche Branch 
Swift Code: MEDLLBBX
Account No: 02 0240048928900 
Iban No: LB79 0022 0000 0000 2400 4892 8900 
Beneficiary name: Union of Arab Banks
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