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4th Edition of Managing Interest Rate Risk Arising from Non-Trading Book Activities

Address the final EBA IRRBB guidelines while mitigating the impact of the rising rates and the effects of these on behavioural models

19-21 Nov 2018
Marriott West India Quay, London, United Kingdom

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Conference Speakers

John Bowyer
Head of Group ALM
Lloyds Banking Group

Marc Bingley
Head of Prudential Risk and Compliance
Coventry Building Society

Beata Lubinska
Senior Market Risk Manager
MeDirect Group

Roberto Virreira
Risk Director IRRBB
State Street

Gaspare La Sala
Group Treasurer
Banque Pictet & Cie SA

lfar Stefnsson
Head of Balance Sheet Risk
Arion Bank

Eleftherios Lazaris
Market Risk Senior Manager, G10 Markets Treasury Risk Management
Citi

Rene Reinbacher
Head of IRRBB Modelling
Barclays

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