Basel III and European Capital Requirements Directive Training Course
The training course aims to give practitioners from banks an overview of the Basel Capital Accord and the CRD including changes as a reaction to the financial crisis. We describe a rather complex set of regulation in a way that the principles and main drivers are transparent and easy to understand. Furthermore, we provide an overview on internal models and point out business implications and new opportunities beside the road.
Ms. Nina Böker
Manager, Service Line Financial Risk Management, Banking Industry, Advisory, KPMG Germany
Ms. Böker graduated from the Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt with a graduate diploma of business administration. In 2004 after university she embarked on a career with KPMG where she started with Basel II implementation of the Quantitative Impact Study IV and V (QIS) in several universal banks. Further projects included implementation of Pillar I, Pillar II and Pillar III in universal banks. Furthermore Nina has supported several clients in preparations of application packs for IRBA, foundation as well as advanced. She gained Basel II experience mainly in projects in Germany, Ireland and Luxemburg.
Mr. Andreas Rueckbeil
Manager, Service Line Performance/ Financial Management, Banking Industry, Advisory, KPMG Germany
Mr. Rueckbeil joined the consulting arm of a large audit company in 2001 after finishing his studies of Business Administration in Münster. Since 2002 he has focused on Basel II advisory services. In particular, he has a profound knowledge of the New Basel Capital Accord and its transition to German regulation. In the last years, Andreas has managed a variety of Basel II-projects and covered Pillar I to III, especially concerning structures and processes for credit risk management under Pillar I, from strategic considerations up to the implementation and approval process. During his 6 years of experience in Basel II, he for instance has developed an overall Basel II readiness assessment tool and implementation guidelines for a German banking association and acted as a trainer for Basel II seminars. Andreas has joined KPMG in 2005, currently manages a large Basel II IRBA implementation project and is part of the Basel II product development team.