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Navigating Banking Supervision - Unpacking the Latest Supervisory Issues with a Regional Perspective (BSO)

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Session No.: SA 24.09

Location: New Delhi, India

Date: January 22-25, 2024 (1 week)

Delivery Method: In-person Training

Primary Language: English

    Target Audience

    Mid to senior level banking regulators and supervisors from SARTTAC member Countries.

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    To have minimum 5 years' experience in banking policy making and/or supervision.

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    Course Description

    This "In- Person" program, offers a comprehensive exploration of several pivotal aspects concerning the regulation and supervision of the banking sector. In addition to an in-depth examination of traditional risk categories such as credit and liquidity risk, the course dedicates substantial focus to the insights derived from recent challenges within the U.S. and Swiss banking sectors. These challenges have underscored the paramount importance of upholding robust risk management practices such as interest rate risk in the banking book and liquidity risk, as they have recurrently featured as common threads in various crises of the past. Additionally, the program extends its coverage to address the growing concerns surrounding climate-related financial risks, which pose a potentially existential threats to the global banking system in the medium term. The course also covers the key elements of the impairment model in IFRS 9 - Expected Credit Loss (ECL) frameworks and outlines its supervisory implications.
    The course aims to underscore the high-priority areas that both financial institutions and regulatory authorities should be proactively addressing, both in the present and looking ahead in future. The learning process will include some lectures but will mostly rely on discussion, hands-on experience, group presentations and case studies to reinforce participant understanding.

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    Course Objectives

    Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to improve regulatory and supervisory capacity in the region. In particular, you will be able to:

    • Better appreciate regulatory philosophy and challenges in the region
    • Recognize the supervisory implications of the ECL framework
    • Develop understanding to guide banks to strengthen their ILAAPs
    • List and measure the sources of IRRBB
    • Define IRRBB and how it is measured
    • Increase your awareness as to how climate-related financial risks may be captured in the existing supervisory Framework
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