Elaboration and assessment of recovery and resolution plans: empirical perspective on effective compliance with the requirements of Law no. 312/2015 (Resolution Banking Directive) and capital management
The seminar provides an integrated view of the requirements for recovery and resolution plans, in line with the manner they are incorporated in the Law 312/2015 / Banking Resolution Directive and the EBA regulatory products (European Banking Authority) issued for its implementation.
The seminar will present the interference between quantitative and qualitative methodology used to develop these plans, with particular emphasis on the applied side, designed to highlight the practical implications.
Another objective of the course is to bring to the fore capital management in the context of bank resolution process. It will emphasize the requirements for capitalization of banks in the mandatory accumulation bail-in buffer, and implications arising from the interference between MREL requirement (Minimum Requirements for Eligible Liabilities) with own funds requirements derived from CRR / Directive CRD IV (Capital Requirements Regulation and Directive).
Participants will receive valuable support in deepening to Law no.312 / 2015 in order to achieve effective compliance. In addition, it will include a strong interactive side so that participants will have the opportunity to ask questions to clarify the thorny aspects of this framework.
The seminar is recommended for bank employees in the following departments: risk management, reporting, compliance, audit and control etc.
- The objective of recovery and resolution plans. Differences, similarities, points of convergence
- Content of recovery and resolution plans
- Qualitative vs. Quantitative in the recovery and resolution plans
- Capital and liquidity – key issues in structuring bank recovery and resolution plans
- The assessment of indicators characteristic to recovery and bank resolution: practical applications
- The role of capital instruments in the recovery and resolution plans (characteristics, qualitative and quantitative aspects in line with the hierarchy of seniority)
- Interference of CRR Pillar 1 / Pillar 2 requirements with the MREL requirements of Resolution Directive
- Assessment of capital indicators in the context of the recovery and resolution: MREL indicator and bail-in buffer (practical applications)
- The application of bail-in tool in the context of bank resolution; implications on the process for managing capital
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 applying the European directives for equity requirements to national regulation.
Additionally, she contributed to formulating several technical points of view during 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 RBI, Cristina has been teaching open/ in house seminars and coaching programs for top managers since 2009.
2 days (16 hours)
TBA, between 10:00 – 18:00 hours.
Course registration is made by completing the registration form, before March 23, 2018.
RBI will organize the course at its premises, providing specialized lecturers, course materials, and catering services.
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 14 CPD credits.
Dr. SAVU EMANUELA
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