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Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP)

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Contents

  • Overview of SREP
  • History and current context
  • Dependencies to Pillar
  • Structure and components of SREP
  • Sustainability of business model
  • Governance and controls
  • Risks to capital
  • History and current context
    1. Credit and counterparty risk
    2. Market risk
    3. Operational risk
    4. Interest-rate risk from non-trading activities
  • SREP capital assessment
  • Risks to liquidity and funding
  • SREP liquidity assesment
  • Final SREP score and measures
  • Summary

Learning Target

Participants understand the most important supervisory tool which is used to increase banks‘capital- and liquidity requirements. It helps decision-makers to prioritise the implementation of supervisory initiatives and to better understand supervisory focal points.

 

Target Audience

The target group is key personnel from Risk, Finance, Treasury, Regulatory Affairs, executive and non-executive board members.
 

Methodology

Interactive seminar, discussions, moderation, group work
 
 

Duration

1 Tag

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