Who are the intended participants?
- Employees in the reporting, finance and risk management departments of banks.
- Individuals working in the internal audit departments of banks.
- Selected IT professionals.
- Securities traders.
- Introduction of changes in FINREP reports in connection with innovations relating to non-performing exposures and IFRS 16 proposed by EBA from 2021.
- Introduction of changes in reports for liquidity (LCR) proposed by EBA from 2021.
- Introduction of changes in COREP methodology according to CNB, changes primarily connected with AVA and market risk reporting.
- Specification of methodology for calculating the IFRS 9 “add-back” based on the actual EBA interpretation.
- Impact of IFRS 16 on capital adequacy calculation and related reporting.
- Introduction of a new requirement for minimum loss coverage for non-performing exposures presented by the European Commission and the related impact on regulatory capital and capital ratio.
- Complex and problematic areas of methodology interpretation.
- The most common methodology interpretation mistakes.
- Brief future perspective – current state and development of CRR II / CRD V, Basel IV
After completing this course, you will:
- Understand the major implications of CRD IV for your company.
- Know the Czech best practices in Common Reporting (COREP) and Financial Reporting (FINREP).
- Be aware of the major uncertainties in CNB’s reporting methodology in 2020 and 2021 and know how to deal with them.
- Be able to discuss any implications and uncertainties with specialists involved in the implementation of these regulatory measures in banks operating in the Czech market.
Register for two or more training sessions from the INTEREST programme for financial institutions and get a discount.
- Two sessions: 5% discount on the price of both sessions
- Three sessions: 10% discount on the price of all sessions
- Four or more sessions: 15% discount on the price of all sessions