2019 PLANNING FOR FRTB – WHAT TO CONSIDER?

2019 PLANNING FOR FRTB – WHAT TO CONSIDER? :

  • Natasha Leigh Giles
  • Published: 15 January 2019

The FRTB regulation is expected to come into force by 2022, therefore it is critical that 2019 is a productive year for implementing change to be on track for the compliance timeline. Whether a company is aiming for the mandatory Standardized Approach (SA) or for the voluntary Internal Models Approach (IMA), the programs often represent a significant investment in change and it is important to be able to demonstrate an ongoing benefit. 

The programs for FRTB implementation are multi-year and run concurrently to other key change programs such as LIBOR Transition and SA-CCR. With volatile markets and an uncertain economic environment for 2019, we consider how a bank can best utilize their change program budgets to deliver incremental value along the way.

Using our expertise in strategic regulatory change, Capco has established a framework to help financial institutions to review their 2019 FRTB planning to maximize the benefits.


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