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Keynote Speech Ⅰ

Recent Developments on the Prudential Policy and the Evolution of Risk Management

Junichi Suzuki
Associate Director - General
Deputy Head of Center for Advanced Financial Technology
Financial System and Bank Examination Department
Bank of Japan

Coffee Break

Keynote Speech Ⅱ

New Regulatory Regime in Insurance Industry and its Impact on ERM Development

Yuji Morimoto
Capitas Consulting Corporation

Lunch Break


What measures are required for latest mission-critical systems?
~Risk management for the financial sector from the perspective of "integrity"~

Kazuyoshi Nakagawa
Senior Manager
Sales Division, Sales Promotion Department
Tripwire Japan K.K.

Mission-critical systems require more solid risk management than ordinary systems do. When we consider security risk from the viewpoints of confidentiality, availability, and integrity, we tend to focus on confidentiality and availability. In fact, integrity is the key element among those. In this session, we will discuss future mission-critical systems while outlining the latest measures to maintain integrity and their effects on overall security.


Credit Scoring 2.0
~Integrate scoring models into credit strategies !~

Yoshihiko Nishino
Manager, RI Group, Consulting Services Department, Professional Services Division
SAS Institute Japan Ltd.

It has been long since the credit scoring process became a standard practice in the retail business.  Deploying credit scoring ahead of the competitor was once considered as a strategic differentiator since it improved the screening process efficiency and response time.  Now that the credit scoring is commonly used, the challenge is to how to leverage from it.  It is important not to fall into the trap of using scoring models that are inconsistent with the business strategies, being bound by fixed notions of credit models without being aware of it.  In this session, we will review this point using some case studies.



Achieving Basel Ⅲ Compliance with an Enterprise Wide Approach to Risk, Capital Adequacy & Data Management

Oracle Financial Services Software Pte Ltd.

  • BaselⅢ Regulatory Capital Framework
  • Implications to Financial Institutions
  • Best Practices in Liquidity Risk and Stress Testing
  • Establishing a Enterprise- Wide Analytical Platform


Implementing IFRS: Case Studies of the Korean Financial Institutions.
What we can learn, and How they're advancing the business management.

Takahiro Kimura
IT Solution Services, Planning & Control Department
IT Solution Services SBU
TIS Inc.

Coffee Break


Mitigating Risk thru Multi-Asset Commission and Fee Management

Nicholas Perry
Head of Business
Broadridge (Japan) Ltd

All Financial Institutions, regardless of sector or size, perform common trading activities that necessitate a 'Fee' or 'Commission' for contracted services which directly influence operating cost, profitability and risk. Regulatory changes and market evolution is requiring a re-evaluation of Fee Management.
Transparency over the real cost of trading through the timely and accurate calculation of fee and commission obligations provide significant benefits in cost control, compliance and the reduction of operational risk. The aggregation and composition of fee and commission data facilitate improved cash and funding liquidity risk management and simultaneously provides the basis for an enhanced negotiation position.


The most robust approach and solution for your financial system and infrastructure, from the best practice.

Toshihiro Hoshi
Senior Solution Marketing Manager
F5 Networks Japan K.K.

"High solidity", "Fault-tolerance" and "High performance" are indispensable factors of online web application systems in financial institution and especially, new measures against "High solidity" is needed. Recently, a lot of cyber terrorism attacks and data breach have happened and those incidents lead to the business risk such as brand equity reduction, business discontinuity and loss. In this session, we will introduce the solution of protecting the system from cyber attacks with the case study of a financial institution, and the current situation of cyber terrorism attacks.


Keynote SpeechⅢ

IFRS and Basel Ⅲ-The Impact
on Japanese Banks

Koichi Hanabusa
Executive Board Member, Partner, Leader,
Financial Services Office Certified Public Accountant
Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC

  • Agenda and Speakers are subject to change. For the most updated agenda, please visit the website.
  • Lunch buffet will be served during lunch break.
  • Language:Japanese Only(Except for the workshop A2 and A3. A2 and A3 will be accompanied by simultaneous interpretation in English and Japanese.)

Supporting Sponsors

Broadridge City Networks

F5 Networks Japan K.K.

Oracle Corporation Japan

SAS Institute Japan


TIS Inc.

Tripwire Japan KK

Supporting Organizations



Media Partner

CIO Online


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Financial Risk Management Forum

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