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Since 2008, Frankfurt Main Finance has been the financial center initiative of the leading financial center in Germany and the euro zone. Its more than 60 members include the State of Hesse, the cities of Frankfurt and Eschborn, numerous well-known financial market players and their service providers as well as private and public universities.

CFS/IBF Lecture: “Gender Gap in the Financial Industry”

Events, Member, TOP-NEWS

On Thursday, 29 September 2022, the event of the Center for Financial Studies in cooperation with the Institut für Bank- und Finanzgeschichte e. V. will take place on the Westend Campus of the Goethe University Frankfurt.

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Latest developments in the European NPL market

Member

Experts of KPMG explain the EBA’s consultation paper on draft ITS on NPL transaction data templates.

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Woman in Finance

Events, International, Member

The research center SAFE at Goethe University Frankfurt is committed to improving the proportion of women in finance. Current projects point the way to improving gender diversity.

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Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index

International, Member, News

The Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) indicates the performance of publicly traded companies that have committed to disclosing their efforts to promote gender equality through policy development, representation and transparency.

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Despite the crises: students are optimistic

COVID-19, Member

The Corona pandemic is still not over, while the next crisis with global repercussions is already raging. Nevertheless, the majority of students are optimistic about their professional future.

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Digital Operational Resilience – the exploration takes its next big step

Member

A provisional agreement has been reached on the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA). Responding to this will pose a series of challenges for banks in Europe – and what should they be doing now in order to meet them head on?

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Credit risk: Emerging challenges for asset quality and leveraged lending

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In this article, KPMG experts elaborate on to what extent banks should expect even greater scrutiny of potential credit risks, with especial supervisory focus on leveraged transactions.

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AMLA & European co-operation on AML/CFT

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The ECB has issued opinions on the proposed new European Anti-Money Laundering Authority (AMLA). What does this mean for banks?

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Risk Culture and ECB Expectations

Member, TOP-NEWS

KPMG Insights: Today, questions about culture are increasingly integral to banking supervision and reinforced by the ESG agenda and its emphases on good governance.

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Environmental Risks in the Prudential Framework

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The EBA recently published its first report on the integration of environmental risks into Pillar 1 regulation. What are the key challenges for banks? This question is to be answered by KPMG experts.

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