Mr. Nishioki and Mr. Ishikawa from the FSA gave an overview of the supervisory policy for banks for 2013-14 which was released on September 6. The speakers highlighted particular areas of focus and the FSA’s overall expectation of financial institutions.
IBA Japan is pleased to welcome Mr. Teruhisa Kurita from the FSA to give an overview of the supervisory policy for banks for 2013-14 which was released on September 6. Mr. Kurita will highlight particular areas the FSA will focus on and the FSA’s overall expectation of financial institutions. Attendance by GMs and compliance officers is strongly encouraged. The new “FSA Supervisory Policy for 2013-14” is available at:
Mr. Kurita’s presentation will include a discussion of:
- Supervisory issues such as liquidity management, AML, IT, and customer protection; and
- Recent topics such as Foreign Bank Agency Services and the report issued by Financial System Council on January 28, 2013.
Teruhisa Kurita is Director of the FSA’s Banks Division 1, which supervises major banks including foreign institutions. He assumed his position this summer. Prior to that, he held a number of roles at the FSA including being director of the Corporate Accounting and Disclosure Division and director of the Securities Business Division.
To register, please email email@example.com by 17:00 on Thursday, October 24, 2013