With the 2020 EU-wide transparency exercise the EBA discloses detailed bank-by-bank data for the reference dates of 31 March 2020 and 30 June 2020. Information is published for 129 banks across 26 countries at the highest level of consolidation in the European Union (EU-27) and the European Economic Area (EEA) as well as for 6 banks from UK The EU-wide transparency exercise is published along with the Risk Assessment Report (RAR), which is based on the full EBA's reporting sample, made up of 187 banks, of which 37 EU foreign subsidiaries of other EU banks (sample as of June 2018)
The European Banking Authority (EBA) publishes today its final methodology for the 2018 EU-wide stress test, following a discussion with industry in summer 2017. The methodology covers all relevant risk areas and, for the first time, incorporates IFRS 9 accounting standards. The stress test exercise will be formally launched in January 2018 and the results to be published by 2 November 2018 The 2017 EU-wide transparency exercise provides detailed bank-by-bank data on capital positions, risk exposure amounts, leverage exposures and asset quality for 132 banks across 25 countries of the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA) EBA report on Big Data and Advanced Analytics: Steps for effective Advanced Analytics governance The European Banking Authority's (EBA) January 2020 report on the increasing use of Big Data and Advanced Analytics (BD&AA) in the banking sector provides guidance for banks on improving controls in their BD&AA implementation EBA published its annual report on risks and vulnerabilities in the EU banking sector. The report is accompanied by the publication of the 2019 EU-wide transparency exercise, which provides detailed information, in a comparable and accessible format, for 131 banks across the EU
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IT tooling for EBA ICT Risk Assessment . In order to address the gaps as discussed previously and measure the level of compliance with the EBA ICT Risk Guidelines, KPMG has developed an IT tool (the KPMG EBA ICT Risk Assessment Tool). This tool incorporates the EBA ICT risk assessment guidelines by formulating a set of questions for each of the ICT topics and ranks the answers on a scale of 1 to 4, 1 being no discernible risk and 4 representing a high level of risk EBA published an updated methodological guide on how to compile risk indicators and detailed riskanalysis tools (DRATs). The guidance, which is mainly for internal use, will also benefit competent authorities and other relevant stakeholders, as it will allow them to follow a consistent approach in their risk assessments
EBA Report on Big Data and Advanced Analytics Publiziert am 15. Januar 2020 von rkeuper A data-driven approach is emerging across the banking sector, affecting banks' business strategies, risks, technology and operations Methodological guide on how to compile risk indicators and detailed risk analysis tools. This guidance, which describes how risk indicators are computed in EBA publications, allows competent authorities and users of EBA data to interpret key bank figures in a consistent fashion when conducting their risk assessments its micro-prudential analysis role and build meaningful risk dashboards and reports. Over the past few years, the EBA has placed emphasis on uniform reporting requirements to ensure data availability and comparability The guidelines reflect the EBA's awareness of the increased digitalisation of financial services, which is aimed at reducing costs and improving flexibility and efficiency in business and service delivery, as well as an increase in the outsourcing of core functions performed by institutions. In this respect, the outsourcing of IT functions has become common place, with the processing of data linked to that. In an outsourcing context, this can pose challenges to financial institutions' data.
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The EBA Risk Dashboard is part of the regular risk assessment conducted by the EBA and complements the Risk Assessment Report. The EBA Risk Dashboard summarises the main risks and vulnerabilities in the banking sector in the European Union (EU) by looking at the evolution of Risk Indicators (RI) among a sample of banks across the EU
EBA published a revised methodological guide on how to compile risk indicators and detailed risk analysis tools, along with an updated a guide on how to report the IMF-Financial Soundness Indicators (FSIs). EBA also published a list of risk indicators, a detailed risk analysis tool, and the IMF-FSIs mapping to the data from technical standards on supervisory reporting. These updates are mainly.
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The Risk Indicators (RIs) data are collected and compiled by the European Banking Authority and relate to supervisory data on liquidity, funding, asset quality, profitability, concentration, solvency, operational and market risk, and SME risks. Data are fully based on the EBA's implementing technical standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting.
The advice includes a quantitative analysis of the estimated impact of Basel III based on data from 189 banks and offers a set of policy recommendations. This work is in response to the call for advice from EC. EBA welcomed improvements introduced in the final Basel III package, including the introduction of a higher degree of risk-sensitivity in the standardized approaches to measure credit.
EBA published the final guidelines on the mitigation and management of information and communication technology (ICT) and security risks for banks in EU. The guidelines set out expectations on the way in which all financial institutions should manage their internal and external ICT and security risks. The guidelines provide financial institutions with a better understanding of supervisory.
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301 Moved Permanentl risk data aggregation and risk reporting capabilities; (ii) institutions' evaluation of their own progress towards proper implementation of the BCBS principles; (iii) gap analysis conducted by those institutions for each principle; and (iv) action plans explaining how those gaps would be filled. This approach allowed JSTs to take account of specificities relating to operational complexity. The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published an updated methodological guide on how to compile risk indicators and detailed risk analysis tools.The primary purpose of the guide is to serve the EBA compilers of risk indicators and internal users, presenting the risk indicators and the DRATs (Detailed Risk Analysis Tools), and provide guidance on their concepts, data sources, techniques. The EU Open Data Portal provides, via a metadata catalogue, a single point of access to data of the EU institutions, agencies and bodies for anyone to reuse. EBA Risk Indicators and Detailed Risk Analysis Tools (DRATs) - List of EBA Risk Indicators and DRATs (March 2019) | European Union Open Data Porta
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EBA: Common credit risk definitions vital. Remi Boutant and Meri Rimmanen ; 13 Jan 2014; Tweet . Facebook . LinkedIn . Save this article . Send to . Print this page . The financial crisis highlighted divergences in reporting practices and definitions across Europe, hampering the ability of regulators to gain a comprehensive view of risk, and adding to the compliance burden for cross-border.
04 EBA analysis Analysis published by the EBA in December 2017, shows a 28.5 percent increase (on average) in OpRisk capital requirements for EU banks moving from AMA to the new SA
Specific policy advice for operational risk is available here, and you can read our analysis of their 2 July announcement in this post. In an extensive document, the EBA included both quantitative and qualitative recommendations, supported by an econometric study and a capital impact assessment based on 189 banks
Before firms can start managing their outsourcing arrangements, they need to meet the key challenge of section 11 of the EBA guidelines of maintaining a detailed register of all outsourcing arrangements, including sub-contracting arrangements to third countries, pre-outsourcing analysis and due diligence, recording all outsourcing risks. Just as the article 30 inventory was the foundation of.
EBA revises risk indicator methodological guide. Our Solutions . Our Solutions. We provide a unique product and service offering in the area of regulation, ranging from consulting to managed end-to-end services, from proprietary specialist reporting software to ongoing training. Customers representing 6,000 firms worldwide, among them large international banks, a major part of the largest.
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