Roundtable: Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process in practice


Roundtable: Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process in practice

14 May 2019

Deloitte Romania is honored to invite you to Banking Risk and Regulatory Roundtable, organized on 14th May at 9.00 am at Deloitte premises (The Mark Tower, Calea Grivitei, Nr 84-98, Floor 14, Bucharest). 

The Internal Liquidity Adequacy Assessment Process (ILAAP) plays a key role in the risk management of credit institutions. The European Central Bank (ECB) is of the view that sound, effective and comprehensive ILAAPs comprise a clear assessment of the risks to liquidity, and have well-structured risk governance and risk escalation processes based on a well-thought out and thorough risk strategy that is translated into an effective risk limit system.

Over time, supervisory expectations regarding ILAAP have evolved. The latest guidance papers from the European Central Bank (ECB) and European Banking Authority (EBA) on the conduct of ILAAP seek to enhance the thoroughness of the process. Whereas the initial focus of supervisors was on building resilience, the emphasis now is on how “internal” the processes are – that is, ensuring that the processes are fully embedded within a bank’s operations and business decision-making and integrated with the supervisory and risk management framework, and “strategic steering”. Banks are being challenged to move beyond a pure compliance mindset and invest resources to enhance how strategy and risk are jointly managed within the business.


  1. Overview of the Internal Liquidity Assessment Process (ILAAP) in the context of Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process
  2. ILAAP framework description
  3. Key challenges in implementing a robust ILAAP framework

Please register until 9 May 2019

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Dimitrios Goranitis – Partner – Financial Services Industry Risk and Regulatory Leader, Deloitte Central Europe

Elisabetta Tisato – Director, Financial Risk Management, Deloitte Italy

Pasquale Coviello – Manager, Financial Risk Management, Deloitte Italy

Andrada Tanase – Manager, Financial Services Industry Risk and Regulatory Advisory, Deloitte Romania

The roundtable will be of particular interest to Chief Financial Officers, Chief Risk Officers, Head of Audit and bank specialists involved in ALM, risk management, financial and regulatory reporting, internal audit.

The participation is free of charge and is based exclusively on invitation and registration. The event will be held in English.

Looking forward to meeting you at this event.

Dimitrios Goranitis

Dimitrios Goranitis

Partner, Risk & Regulatory Leader, Central Europe

Dimitrios Goranitis is Financial Services Industry Risk and Regulatory Advisory Partner in Deloitte Romania. Dimitrios is leading Deloitte’s risk service offering in Central Europe focusing on banking... More