Advanced Program on Basel III
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
to Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Ballroom 3, 9th Floor, Palladium Hotel, Lower Parel, Mumbai
The objective of the program was to provide a platform to senior executives from banks and the Reserve Bank of India to hear from experts on the latest regulatory reforms contained in the Basel III framework and to share experiences and issues in implementing Pillar 2 and the advanced approaches under Pillar 1 in Basel II. The microprudential component of the Basel III framework enhances the quality and level of capital, introduces a backstop leverage ratio and establishes minimum liquidity standards, i.e., the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) and the Net Stable Funding ratio (NSFR). Basel III implementation will, therefore, require banks to have more effective capital planning and liquidity risk management. Basel III also has a macroprudential element which addresses the issue of procyclicality and systemic risk. The D-SIBs will not only need to meet higher loss absorbency requirements but also meet enhanced supervisory expectations under a regime of supervisory intensity and effectiveness by, inter alia, improving their risk management, governance and risk appetite frameworks.
Officers at the level of DGM and above from banks and RBI who are associated with Basel II/III Frameworks or working in Risk Management areas.
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