Requirements Bring Increased Risk
Regulatory risk continues to be a prominent
agenda item on bank boards, as well as on risk and audit committee agendas.
With regulatory requirements becoming increasingly stringent and complex, and
with Basel IV discussions starting to emerge even before Basel III is fully
implemented, internal audit has a key role to play as part of the “third line
of defence”, in helping the organization manage and mitigate regulatory risk.
This session will examine:
current Canadian bank regulatory landscape in the context of Basel 3 through
OSFI’s 2013 Capital Adequacy Requirements, effective 2013;
regulatory developments; and
- Key need-to-know facts for bank internal
auditors to ensure a risk-based audit approach and plan.
Speaker – Dilshad Hassen, Partner,
KPMG, Advisory - Risk Consulting
Dilshad is a Partner in KPMG’s Risk
Consulting practice in Toronto with expertise within the financial services
industry. He has extensive experience assisting financial institutions manage
their various financial, operational and regulatory risks, having advised front
offices, treasury functions, finance and internal audit functions in these
areas. Dilshad also advises clients on the accounting for a variety of complex
topics including securitizations (credit cards, mortgages and accounts
receivables), off balance sheet structures involving special purpose entities,
hedging and financial instruments under IFRS and US GAAP. He is designated
internally as one of KPMG’s global Financial Instruments and Derivatives Team
members, is a member of the Financial Instruments and Consolidation national
topic teams, and is considered an IFRS specialist within the Firm. While in the
KPMG Assurance Group, he provided audit and related services primarily to
financial institutions and insurance companies.
Dilshad’s clients include schedule one and
two financial institutions, insurance companies, oil & gas and power
companies and a variety of manufacturing companies. Current and recent projects
include assisting various groups including finance, internal audit and business
units with complex transactions and providing in-depth training on various
technical topics, assisting banking clients with management of risks associated
with loan originations and credit adjudications, and assisting banks with
application of the Basel 3/OSFI regulatory requirements.
Dilshad is a Canadian CPA.CA, certified as a
Public Accountant in the US (Illinois) and a graduate of the University of
Toronto (with distinction).
space is limited, please pre-register by calling or emailing the IIA Toronto
Chapter Office. Late registrations may not be accommodated due to space
limitations. Substitutions are welcome.
register online, please visit the event website:
The Albany Club - 91 King Street East; Toronto, ON M5C 1G3
Light Breakfast And Networking: 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
and Q&A: 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
- $59 (inc. HST) / Non-Members - $70 (inc. HST) / Students – Free If A Valid
Student ID Card Is Presented At Event
Please Note: There is a
cancellation policy in effect.
CPE: 1.5 credits