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The Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP)
The Challenge Continues
Taking a closer look at practical challenges for Boards and Control Functions.
The Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP) continues to be the cornerstone of the supervisory approach adopted by Competent Authorities across Europe and remains high on the regulatory agenda for 2017.
Regulatory expectations and requirements in relation to core SREP areas including Business Model Analysis, ICAAP, ILAAP and Recovery Planning are continually evolving and pose significant practical challenges for institutions as they plan for, manage and react to the demands of supervisors.
In light of recently introduced and forthcoming EBA regulatory standards, the publication of the 2016 SREP outcomes by the ECB in December 2016 and the looming spectre of CRD 5/CRR 2, we consider some of the fundamental – and practical – SREP challenges which the Boards and control functions of institutions need to be aware of, and probe, as banks and regulations continue to evolve.
For more information on the above download your copy of The SREP: The Challenge Continues report.
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