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Emerging global regulatory challenges

Setting a higher bar

Start Date and Time

October 15, 2013 2:30 PM

End date and time

October 15, 2013 7:00 PM

Time zone:

(GMT+08:00) Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi


The St. Regis Shenzhen – Ballroom, 5F
No. 5016 Shennan Road East
Luohu District Shenzhen
Guangdong 518001


Registration Information

This event is by invitation only. Please enter the event code provided in the invitation email (case sensitive).

Contact information

Mabel Fok
Tel: + (852) 2852 1097

Irine Zhang
Tel: + (86) 755 3353 8229

Registration options

Invitation only

Event registration is closed.

Payment Information

Free of charge

To register, please type the event code on your invitation in the "Event Code" box on the right of this page and click the blue Register button to begin.

Please register on or before 8 October 2013.  You will receive an acknowledgement from the registration site.  Seat availability is subject to final confirmation which will be addressed to you by 10 October 2013.

We request the pleasure of your company to attend a seminar and cocktail reception on Tuesday, 15 October 2013.

Regulation continues to pose a major challenge for the financial services industry. Over the past several years, there has been a wave of far-reaching regulatory changes in multiple geographies around the world. The Basel III framework and Solvency II will require higher quality and levels of capital and greater liquidity. In many countries, the frequency and intensity of regulatory examinations and related enforcement activities have also increased. Despite major regulatory changes already accomplished, institutions should be prepared to respond to a continuing series of future developments as regulators and others set a higher bar for risk management across the financial services industry.

This seminar will offer a unique opportunity to hear from our financial services industry leaders from Asia, the U.S. and the UK as they share their insights on emerging global regulatory challenges. Learn about regulatory trends around the world such as Basel III and Solvency II, and other risk management challenges.

Event details

Date: 15 October 2013 (Tuesday)

2:15pm - 2:30pm: Registration
2:30pm - 5:00pm: Seminar
5:00pm - 7:00pm: Cocktail reception

Venue: The St. Regis Shenzhen 
Ballroom, 5F
No. 5016 Shennan Road East, Luohu District Shenzhen, Guangdong 518001
Tel: + 86 755 8308 8888


The seminar will feature presentations and discussions by Deloitte’s global and Asia Pacific regional financial services industry specialists.

Topics Presented by
Basel implementation
How to prepare for the Basel III framework and higher quality and levels of capital
  • Karen Wu, Partner, Financial Services Consulting - China
  • Vishal Vedi, Partner, Financial Services Risk and Capital Management - UK
Deloitte’s Global Risk Management Survey -overview
Overview of one of the most comprehensive, periodic examinations of risk management at financial institutions globally
  • Ed Hida, Global Lead Partner, Financial Services Risk and Capital Management - U.S.
Solvency reform in Asia Pacific and China
Implementation status of solvency regulations and lessons learned in key countries/regions, and the development and insights of solvency reform in Asia Pacific and China.
  • Barry Man, China Insurance Sector Leader - China
  • Simon Walpole, Principal & Actuarial Practice Leader, Greater China & South East Asia
Liquidity risk
Responding to the heightened focus by regulators on liquidity risk in recent years
  • Kenji Zhang, Director, Financial Services Consulting - China   
  • Antonio Arfe, Partner, Deloitte Consulting - Italy

This seminar is offered at no charge and is a must for CEOs, COOs, CROs, CFOs, Chief Investment Officers, and other professionals responding to challenges in a changing economy.

Language: English with simultaneous interpretation

Event registration is closed.

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