Andrzej Gałkowski | KPMG | PL

Andrzej Gałkowski

Partner, Advisory, Financial Risk Management

KPMG in Poland

Andrzej Gałkowski joined KPMG in 1999. He is a Financial Risk Management (FRM) Partner, covering the management of market risk, credit risk, regulatory risk and business models for financial sector in KPMG Poland. Andrzej is responsible for the advisory projects in the following areas: IFRS 9, Basel III / CRR / CRD IV, business models (dynamic pricing, antychurn), MiFID II / MiFIR, BRRD, Solvency II, IAS 39, IAS 32, IFRS 2, IFRS 13, IFRS 7, hedge accounting, Recommendation P, Recommendation W, variable remuneration components, EMIR, AIFMD, UCITS IV, as well as opening bank branches in accordance with EU passport and support in preparation for PFSA inspection. Andrzej has many years of experience in the FX, interest rate, commodity, liquidity and credit risk management. Andrzej is also responsible for treasury and market risk departments audit in the biggest Polish banks and listed companies. Andrzej also conducts trainings in the following areas: regulatory and financial risk management, accounting of financial instruments (IAS 39 / IFRS 9) and valuation of financial instruments. His key clients are mainly big and middle-sized banks and other financial institutions including insurance companies, leasing and factoring companies, asset managers as well as energy companies. Andrzej conducts numerous advisory projects within KPMG FRM CEE.

Education and qualifications

  • M.A., Economics, Warsaw School of Economics

  • M.Sc., International Finance and Investment, University of Derby

Accreditation

  • ACCA

Additional information

  • Andrzej actively participates in many conferences and seminars on banking and energy sector as a leader, panelist as well as participant.

  • His articles on matters relating to financial risk management and financial instruments appear regularly in the professional press.

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