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Basel III poses significant changes to Asian credit

Credit Risk Asia aims to explore how redit risk management, measurement and modeling will change under Basel III.

Fleming Gulf presents the inaugural Credit Risk Asia – aims to explore how credit risk management, measurement and modelling will change under Basel III – taking place on the 9 – 10 November 2011 in Singapore.

When Basel III was announced a year ago, many market observers played down the impact of the new ruling on Asian banks. Since then, growing concerns has been voiced out across Asia notably on computing counter party credit risk, credit valuation adjustment and liquidity risk management.

In the wake of these alarming circumstances for the region and with the theme of “Maximising risk-adjusted rate of return while adopting to changing regulatory compliance”, this event seeks to unearth the best practices in ensuring total compliance yet being profitable at the same time.

This international gathering will house industry experts from Asian region who will present on a number of compelling issues faced by this industry. With a clear emphasis and in-depth panel discussions do not miss this conference to:

· Gain insights on how Basel III will affect Asian banking system

· Leverage on counterparty risk mitigation techniques

· Elevate capital planning and management to the next level

· Fortify strategies for active credit portfolio management

· Protect from modelling failures

Attendees are guaranteed to benefit an unparalleled, interactive and informative experience as this event will serve as a real platform to share and network with industry experts.

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