German and EU-Regulatory Reporting (Meldewesen) for Bankers and Consultants

Regulatory Reporting is a real challenge for banks

Regulatory reporting of banks is becoming increasingly complex, extensive and granular: Banks report regulatory and statistical details on equity, liquidity, leverage ratio, risks, large exposures, AnaCredit customers, P & L-details and much more. In total, there are around 700,000 data points to be reported regularly!

For this not only powerful software is needed but above all sound and up-to-date know-how of the employees to meet the regulatory requirements.

EU-Regulatory reporting requirements are changing dynamically

The regulatory reporting requirements change regularly. FINREP 2.0 and BCBS 239 was followed by AnaCredit and major changes on GroMiKVs. Now, the CRR II is forthcoming and brings significant changes. As regulatory reporting specialist, IT specialist, controller or auditor, it is not easy to keep up to date or even get involved in this topic.

Seminar Regulatory Reporting in English esp. for „BREXIT-Banks“

With our newly designed Regulatory Reporting Seminar we address especially employees from socalled „BREXIT-Banks“ who will face different requirements of the German regulators. We provide profound knowledge of the banking statistics and regulatory reporting of the EU and Germany. It includes requirements out of CRR 575, GroMiKV, the treatment of typical banking risks, FINREP / COREP and much more. Furthermore an precise outlook on the changes due to CRR II is given. Participants receive a very compact overview of the essential reporting requirements for credit institutions in Germany. In this format, this topicality and in English this offer is unique on the market! We beleave, that it will be of interest to the 50 intenational banks which have applied for or have been granted a German banking licence by the BaFin.

Our lecturer is a reporting specialist who has 20 years experience in the technical analysis, conception and consulting of supervisory law and regulatory reporting in the EU and Germany.