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Roundtable: AnaCredit and BCBS 239 The first big step to a new way of reporting
Deloitte Romania is delighted to invite you to Banking Risk and Regulatory Roundtable, organised on February 1st at 9.30am at Deloitte premises, 4-8 Nicolae Titulescu Road, East Entrance, 2nd Floor, District 1, Bucharest.
Starting with the reference data as of September 2018, credit institutions in the euro area, and on a voluntary basis from Member States outside the euro area, will report to the ECB via the National Central Banks (NCBs) individual credit exposures falling within the reporting scope.
The new data will be used for several key assignments, fulfilling the tasks of the Eurosystem, the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) and the European Systemic Risk Board, including monetary policy analysis and monetary policy operations, risk management, financial stability surveillance and macro-prudential policy and research, as well as for banking supervision purposes in the context of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM).
Considering the upcoming reporting deadline and the importance accurate reporting, we would like to share lessons learned so far as well as common challenges and synergies.
- The importance of the AnaCredit reporting
- AnaCredit Key Considerations and Challenges
- The changing Landscape for Data & Analytics
- Anacredit & BCBS 239: Significant Synergies
Dimitrios Goranitis – Partner – Financial Services Risk Advisory Leader, Deloitte Central Europe
George Christopoulos – Partner Manager, SAS Greece and East Europe
Spyros Maltezos – Business Solutions Manager – Risk Practice, SAS SEMEA
Who should participate to this event?
The roundtable will be of particular interest to Chief Risk Officers, Chief Information and Reporting officers, Chief Operational Officers, Chief Financial Officers and risk management specialists as well as to financial stability surveillance and macro-prudential experts within the National Bank.
Participation to this event is free of charge and access is granted by invitation and registration only. Discussions will be held in English.
Please register at this event until January 22nd, 2018 by responding with RSVP to email@example.com.