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Conference Tracks

Tokyo Stock Exchange, Tokyo, Japan

January 7-8, 2015

“Financial Markets Stability and Economic Development across the World”

The 1st World Conference on Risk Banking and Finance 2015
The 10th International Conference on Asian Financial Markets

Paper Deadline: September 30, 2014

Conference Tracks: 

1. Risk management and financial markets

A. Credit risk and portfolio management
B. Liquidity risk after the subprime upheaval
C. Counterparty risk
D. Market and reputational risk
E. Rating failure in the subprime crisis
F. Challenges for risk management
G. Failures in risk management
H. Interest rate and currency markets manipulation, how to fix the system?
I. Bankruptcy prediction and the role of information
J. The role of Market information for Central Banks

2.  Corporate Finance and Risk Management
A. Strategic risk taking: exploiting upside risks
B. Assets valuation under uncertainty
C. Corporate governance, incentives and risk taking in emerging market
D. Enterprise/Corporate risk management
E. Corporate governance and market relationship
F. Hedging enterprise risk and corporate value
G. Treasury management and liquidity crisis
H. Managing market Imperfections
I. Value maximization in volatile markets
J. Capital structure and credit ratings fundamentals
K. Liquidity shortage and companies credit crunch
L. Risk assessment and value of fast growing firms


3. Banking and Financial Intermediation

A. A. Banking system and Basel III
B. Deposit insurance
C. Risk based contributions
D. Resolution funds and banks crisis management
E. International institutions, market regulation and supervision
F. Financial stability, systemic risk and contagion risk
G. Measures of financial stability and systemic risk
H. Network analysis and contagion risk
I. The role of central bank for financial stability, within macro prudential supervision and payment system oversight
J. Price stability and financial stability as joint goals of the central bank
K. Microprudential supervision and regulation
L. The triple goal of the central bank; price stability, employment and financial stability.
M. Integrated risk management in financial institutions and enterprises
N. Capital and risk taking behavior in financial institutions. Basel III and Solvency II 

4. Quantitative methods in risk management 

A. Volatility and GARCH models
B. Regime-switching models
C. Empirical asset pricing
D. Learning in financial markets
E. Predictability in financial markets
F. Forecasting risk
G. Lévy processes
H. Statistical classification and prediction models
I. Multi-decision rules
J. Model averaging and model selection
K. Asset bubbles
L. Ambiguity and other decision rules in finance

5. Economic risks and accounting standards

A. Sovereign risk assessment: methodologies
B. Credit risk and macroeconomic variables
C. IAS and IFRS and risk management
D. The risk reporting in the International financial accounting standard
E. Fair value Vs historical cost under the crisis
F. Internal auditing and corporate risk management
Accounting measurement and performance measurement

6. The Role of Derivatives in the Financial System

A. The status of title VII of Dodd-Frank (OTC)? What is the status of the CDS Markets?
B. The effect of the CFTC Swap rules on the participation of financial institutions in the derivatives markets
C. Restructuring the interest rates swap market; from OTC to Swap Execution Facilities (SEF)
D. The costs and benefits of the derivatives markets; Will the newly regulated structure enhance the safety of the financial system?

7. Risk governance and compensation (risk shifting)

A. Executive compensation and incentives. Responses to the crisis
B. An Optimal system for executive compensation


 If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Coordinator.