The prudential reporting framework for the NBFI – applied seminar – Integrated perspective on risk management framework (capital, credit risk, liquidity risk, provisions)
This seminar envisages a practical presentation of the prudential reporting framework designed for the NBFI.
Employees of Non-banking Financial Institutions (NBFI): specialists in Risk, Reporting, Audit, Compliance, Finance, Accounting, etc.
- General aspects concerning the regulatory framework designed for NBFI
- Own funds
2.1 Objectives, features, components
2.2 Methodology to determine own funds structure
2.3 Minimum requirements for own funds
3. Large exposures
3.1 Definition, calculation method
3.2 Limitations applicable to large exposures
3.3 Management of large exposures
4. Prudential requirements on corporate governance framework at the level of NBFI
4.1 Organization and internal control
4.2 Significant Risk management
4.3 Conducting internal audit activity
5. Prudential framework on provisioning
5.1 Objectives related to provisioning requirements
5.2 The role of collateral in provisioning policy
5.3 The classification of loans and computation of relative provisions
5.4 Computation, regulation and use of provisions
6. Liquidity risk
6.1 Correlation with credit risk
6.2 The importance of liquidity reserve. Impact on business strategy
6.3 Liquidity ratio: resources vs. liquidity needs: assessment, impact analysis of business plans
7.Templates related to the reporting of prudential requirements: practical applications
– Case studies on the calculation of own funds. Correlations in relation to evaluation of the risk management framework
– Practical applications for determining, assessing and managing large exposures. Impact on the risk management
– Case study on calculation, regulation and use provisioning requirements. Interference with the system of collateral requirements
– Case study on risks resulting from the NBFI activity
– Assessment of corporate governance framework at the level of NBFI with emphasis on the role of the risk management system
PhD. Cristina Morar Triandafil is an expert within the Single Supervisory Mechanism of the European Central Bank, on global systemically important institutions. This new professional challenge has developed her own skills on financial conglomerate supervision and prudential requirements.
Cristina holds a Ph.D in Economics, she’s a Chartered Banker – CIOBS UK. She has been working for 6 years at the National Bank of Romania, as an expert within the Regulation and Authorization Department and she was involved in adapting the European directives regarding the capital requirements in the national regulatory framework.
She has also contributed to supporting and suggesting some technical opinions within the Working Groups of the European Union Council and the European Banking Authority, for developing EBA Regulatory Technical Standards, which help (facilitate) the CRD IV implementation at European level.
As a lecturer at the Romanian Banking Institute, she has been successfully delivering open/in-house seminars, as well as coaching programs for top managers, since 2009.
23 May 2019, between 10.00 – 18.00
RBI will hold the course on its premises, providing specialised lecturers, course materials and catering services during the training day.
At the end of the course, participants will be given a certificate, issued by RBI (under the aegis of the founding members: NBR and RBA), with 7 CPD credits.
Phd. Emanuela Savu, Training Manager
Romanian Banking Institute
3 Negru Vodă Street, Bucharest, district 3
Tel.: 0372.394.424, Mobile: 0748.886.803, Fax: 021.327.50.86, E-mail: email@example.com