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ADM can assist clients with their ongoing implementation of Basel III/CRD IV and, in particular, those provisions relating to credit, operational and liquidity risk, as well as their dialogue with their regulator on Pillar 2 regarding stress testing.

ADM can also review client Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) submissions as well as the governance and structure of client ICAAP programmes.

Our experience with Basel III dates back to Anita Millar’s work as an interim Managing Director at the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) (Feb 2010–Jul 2011), where she worked with AFME’s membership to develop and communicate AFME’s positions on a number of Basel III/crisis management initiatives relating to the Basel Committee’s capital and liquidity proposals, prudential aspects of the developing debate on systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs), and the role that enhanced supervision, contingent capital and bail-in could play in responding to the systemic concerns of the G20.

As part of the contract with AFME, ADM also led AFME’s advocacy activities on Basel III/CRD IV, which included representing AFME (as a member of the Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA)) at senior industry outreach meetings organised by the Basel Committee, and organising and leading delegations of AFME members to meet with EU officials in Brussels, and treasury/central bank officials in EU member state capitals.

Following this time at AFME, Anita Millar worked on an interim basis for a major UK bank (Oct 2013–May 2014), tracking changes in prudential regulation (particularly where they related to changes in the computation of risk-weighted assets (RWAs)).

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