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Own Funds, MREL and TLAC

Dates:
  • Mon 04 Nov 2019 13.00 - 18.00
  • Tue 05 Nov 2019 09.00 - 18.00
  • Wed 06 Nov 2019 09.00 - 17.00
  Add to Calendar 2019-11-04 13:00 2019-11-06 17:00 Europe/Paris Own Funds, MREL and TLAC

The forthcoming full incorporation into the European Union legislation of the Basel III framework (CRD V (II) – CRR II), on the one hand, and the legislative package to enhance credit institutions’ resolvability (BRRD II-SRMR II) also based on international standards (the TLAC standard of the Financial Stability Board), on the other hand, set the stage of this course. The course aims at providing a holistic reading of the various regulatory layers which define the quality and composition of the different loss-absorbing requirements, both for going concern and gone concern situations. In particular, it will highlight the continuum and interplay between these two sets of requirements, assessing the opportunities and challenges they pose for different banking business models and credit institutions’ funding. The required levels, quality, composition and pecking order in loss absorbency of own funds and other loss-absorbing instruments (MREL) will be analysed both from a theoretical and a practical perspective, to identify their implications in terms of credit institutions’ incentives, costs, profitability, business models and legal structures. The elements covered include: the definitions and criteria to set Own Funds and MREL requirements; the leverage ratio; the treatment of deferred tax assets (DTA) and credits (DTC), minority interests, investments, Third Country issuances; the transitory provisions; common reporting (COREP) and MREL monitoring and reporting. The course will address these issues leveraging on past experiences, the on-going academic and policy debate, as well as the most recent regulatory developments. Attendance is reserved to enrolled participants only.

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  Sala Europa - Villa Schifanoia

The forthcoming full incorporation into the European Union legislation of the Basel III framework (CRD V (II) – CRR II), on the one hand, and the legislative package to enhance credit institutions’ resolvability (BRRD II-SRMR II) also based on international standards (the TLAC standard of the Financial Stability Board), on the other hand, set the stage of this course. The course aims at providing a holistic reading of the various regulatory layers which define the quality and composition of the different loss-absorbing requirements, both for going concern and gone concern situations. In particular, it will highlight the continuum and interplay between these two sets of requirements, assessing the opportunities and challenges they pose for different banking business models and credit institutions’ funding. The required levels, quality, composition and pecking order in loss absorbency of own funds and other loss-absorbing instruments (MREL) will be analysed both from a theoretical and a practical perspective, to identify their implications in terms of credit institutions’ incentives, costs, profitability, business models and legal structures. The elements covered include: the definitions and criteria to set Own Funds and MREL requirements; the leverage ratio; the treatment of deferred tax assets (DTA) and credits (DTC), minority interests, investments, Third Country issuances; the transitory provisions; common reporting (COREP) and MREL monitoring and reporting. The course will address these issues leveraging on past experiences, the on-going academic and policy debate, as well as the most recent regulatory developments. Attendance is reserved to enrolled participants only.


Location:
Sala Europa - Villa Schifanoia

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Professional Training Course

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