Center for Risk Management Strategy (CRMS)

Services to develop a “forward-looking” risk management framework

Center for Risk Management Strategy (CRMS) was established within Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC in February 2014 in order to provide services for corporate clients to develop “forward-looking” risk management strategies. CRMS analyzes macroeconomic risk information from leading organizations, authorities, financial institutions, and media abroad, as well as global regulatory information such as Basel III. Based on this analysis, CRMS provides advisory services including stress testing framework development, stress scenario design and risk appetite frameworks. These services build upon existing business strategies for financial institutions and corporates.

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Lectures and articles

■Risk Japan 2017, hosted by Asia Risk | 6 June, 2017, Toyo
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC participated the 10th Annual Risk Japan, hosted by Asia Risk, as a principal sponsor.

In reflection of 10 years, Asia Risk conducted an exclusive interview with Tsuyoshi Oayama (Partner / Head of Center for Risk Management Strategy at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC).
The interview video is available on the Risk Japan 2017 website.

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* Audio is in English
* External link

Exclusive interview questions:
- What are the key takeaways from Risk Japan 2017 conference?
- Can you give an overview of regulatory changes in the past 10 years?
- Looking forward, what are your views for the next 10 years?

■2017 IIF Spring Membership Meeting | 8-9 May, Tokyo

Deloitte are sponsoring the Institute of International Finance (IIF) 2017 Spring Membership Meeting, taking place on 8-9 May in Tokyo. The meeting, which has become a premier private sector event in the global financial calendar, will feature senior industry leaders, innovators and policymakers discussing some of the most pressing issues facing the industry globally, such as the regulatory environment, the political and economic outlook in key markets, demographics, technology, and monetary policy. More than 800 senior finance industry executives from across the private and public sector globally are expected to attend. Additionally, IIF CRO forum held on 10 May. Tsuyoshi Oyama (GFSI AP RCM leader) joined as presenter on Conduct Risk in the meeting.

■Thomson Reuters Conference “Japanese Regulatory Summit” | 7 March, Tokyo
Center for Risk Management Strategy (CRMS) successfully sponsored the Thomson Reuters Annual Japanese Regulatory Summit on 7 March 2017.
This year, around 600 -level executives, senior compliance and risk professionals, plus 33 press (from 21 agencies) joined the conference.
A series of keynote speakers guests from Bank of Japan, Japanese Financial Services Agency, Ministry of Finance, and the Governor of Tokyo.


■“Building Risk Appetite Framework” – Tsuyoshi Oyama, Partner & Head of Center for Risk Management Strategy (*Japanese only)
“Building Risk Appetite Framework” (CHOUKEIZAI-SHA) illustrates difficult and complex on-going development of RAF, providing an insights and step-by-step examples of guidance for organizations to understand its complexity. This is the first ever RAF reference published in Japan.

■ “Stress Testing in the Future” – Tsuyoshi Oyama, Partner & Head of Center for Risk (*Japanese only)
Stress Testing in the Future’ (KINZAI INSTITUTE FOR FINNCIAL AFFAIRS, INC.)contains macros views of ‘historical’, ‘present’, and ‘potential future’ scenario testing. This book explains step-by-step of scenario testing methodology in details.

Risk Intelligence e-Newsletter (Global Risk Watch)

Risk intelligence e-Newsletter provides an overview of various corporate management risks from a global perspective featuring key events that occurred over the past month and need to be carefully examined for risk management purposes. The Center for Risk Management Strategy (CRMS) as part of the global Deloitte Tohmatsu Group provides you with experienced analysis on risk management and financial regulations.

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