Prudential reporting infrastructure at IFN : economic and financial objectives and the impact on risk management

Prudential reporting infrastructure at IFN : economic and financial objectives and the impact on risk management



The seminar aims at deepening IFN prudential reporting infrastructure, in line with the objectives of economic, financial and prudential indicators. The training  is intended to bring forth the economic substance of prudential indicators.


Employees of NFI Directorates: Risk, Reporting, Audit, Compliance, Finance, Accounting, etc.


  • Assembly of prudential indicators for IFN
  • Own funds
  • Importance of own funds indicators within the context of risk management framework
  • Loss absorption capacity of own funds
  • Correlation between provisions, own funds and large exposures in terms of impact on risk management
  • Reporting templates of own funds
  • Prudential indicators on credit risk
  • The importance of risk weighting process in the activities of credit risk management
  • Criteria for classification of assets in credit risk categories
  • Criteria for Classification of off-balance-sheet risk categories
  • Conversion into credit equivalent
  • Importance of  provisioning process in the risk management:  effect of expected losses vs. expected losses
  • Reporting templates (exposure to credit risk classification and provisioning in order): practical applications Large exposures to persons in a special relationship
  • The risk of contagion and concentration and the need to impose prudent limits to prevent excessive exposures
  • Detailed calculation of net exposures
  • Determining large exposures
  • Detailed presentation of the criteria for determining the groups representing “one debtor” and / or “person in a special relationship”
  • Reporting templates: practical applications


Cristina Morar Triandafil, PhD, is an expert within a large european banking institution. This new professional challenge added the segment of financial groups to her competences in supervision and prudential regulation. 

Cristina holds a PhD in Economy; she is a Chartered Banker – CIOBS UK,. For 6 years, she worked at the National Bank of Romania, as an expert in the Regulation and Licensing Department. All this time, she was involved in transposing the European directives for capital requirements into national regulation.

Additionally, she contributed to several technical opinions within the Working Groups at the European Council and the European Banking Authority, in regard to the development of EBA Technical Regulation Standards, which facilitate implementing CRD 4 at the European level.

As an associate lecturer of the Romanian Banking Institute, Cristina has been teaching open/ in house seminars and coaching programs for top managers since 2009.


TBA, 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:





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