Ing. Šimon Kolář, FRM

Šimon graduated from the University of Economics in Prague, specialising in International Trade and International Management. He also attended scholarship programmes at the Rotterdam School of Management and the London School of Economics and Political Science. He joined KPMG Czech Republic in 2013 and worked first in the Audit Financial Services department. Since 2015 he has been a member of the Risk Consulting department where he specialises in advisory services for the banking sector, primarily in respect of capital adequacy, liquidity management, asset and liability management, financial regulation, security valuation and securities accounting. Šimon has experience in corporate banking and business intelligence, acquired during short-term secondments in the Czech Republic and Asia.

Currently scheduled training courses
IFRS for financial instruments in investment funds
IFRS for financial instruments in investment funds

13. 10. 2020 (6 800,- CZK)
The transition to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in the reporting and measurement of financial instruments in investment companies and funds introduces several changes in the reporting of investment funds’ investment activities, issued shares, as well as of investment certificates. The statement forms will be different, some instruments will be classified differently, and the a
IBOR reform
IBOR reform

30. 10. 2020 (3 500,- CZK)
The European Benchmark Regulation (BMR) and the decision of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), a British regulator, to lift the requirement to publish the LIBOR rate will change how certain IBOR-type interbank rates (e.g. EURIBOR, PRIBOR and EONIA) are set, and may even result in their abolition and replacement.
CRR / CRD IV / Basel III and its regulatory implications, COREP and FINREP using methodology set for 2021
CRR / CRD IV / Basel III and its regulatory implications, COREP and FINREP using methodology set for 2021

19. 11. 2020 (6 800,- CZK)
Do you need to improve the quality and accuracy of your reporting to the Czech National Bank (COREP and FINREP) prepared under the new methodology? Do you want to learn about major year-on-year methodological changes? Would you like to clarify any uncertainties with experts? Do you quickly and effectively want to understand the implications of the new regulation and reporting requirements?
Preparation of COREP and FINREP reports under 2021 methodology
Preparation of COREP and FINREP reports under 2021 methodology

9. 12. 2020 (25 000,- CZK)
Workshop: Capital adequacy, liquidity, leverage, encumbered assets, non-performing exposures, forbearance exposures, prudential consolidation, et al.
Past training courses