BAI Webinar

Regulation 2028:
What Lies Ahead?

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RECORDED: June 7, 2018
TIME: 1:00 - 2:00 PM CT

As regulation continues to broaden and deepen in response to many structural trends, risk functions in banks will likely need to be fundamentally different than they are today. The next ten years in risk management may be subject to more transformation than the last decade. And unless banks start to act now and prepare for these longer-term changes, they may be overwhelmed by the new requirements and demands they will face.

Bank risk management will likely look dramatically different by 2028, when it has become a core part of banks’ strategic planning, a close collaborator with business heads, and a center of excellence in analytics and de-biased decision making. Its ability to manage multiple risk types while preparing for new regulations and complying with current ones is expected to make it even more invaluable to financial institutions.

Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar with presenter Alina Estis, long time Financial Services industry veteran, to learn about shifts and changes in banking regulation as well as ponder the following questions:

  • Will regulation push on, or be pushed back?
  • How will regulatory landscape continue to evolve?
  • What will be the regulatory response to FinTech?
  • Will RegTech ease the cost of compliance?
  • How will Risk Management function evolve in response to new regulatory demands?

Alina Estis
Manager, Program Delivery Solutions

Alina is a seasoned Financial Risk Management professional with 19+ years of experience in risk management consulting, having worked for both private and public sectors. Alina specializes in banking industry with emphasis on Credit Risk Management and Regulatory Compliance.

During her tenure at Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Alina has led dedicated Risk Evaluation teams focused on risk assessment and loss forecasting during CCAR and DFAST exams as well as prepared and delivered formal presentations on supervisory conclusions and relevant issues to financial institutions’ boards of directors and senior Federal Reserve Board leaders.