Risk-based supervision (RBS) is a supervisory approach that has either been implemented, or is in the process of being implemented, by many supervisory authorities. In addition, risk-based supervision concepts are embedded in core principles developed by international standard-setting bodies (such as the BCBS, IOSCO, IOPS and IAIS) and are part of the IMF and World Bank’s Financial Sector Assessment Programs (FSAPs) of countries.
In today’s fast moving and interconnected world, along with carrying out on-site and off-site activities at financial institutions, supervisors need to be forward-looking, and develop plans for intervening early, if a material problem surfaces at one or more of their domestic systemically important banks. This program on risk-based supervision offers the opportunity to learn and share experiences on this subject. The Program is designed to provide participants with tools to assist them in understanding risk-based supervision methodologies. It also aims to strengthen the capacity of supervisory officials to implement risk-based supervision in their financial sector.
The program will be conducted based on a comprehensive case study on the application of risk-based supervision more useful for the participants.
Main Topics to Be Covered
The Expected Outcome
Upon completion of the 5-day course participants will better understand:
Medium of Instruction: The program will be conducted in English.
Target Audience: The program is designed for middle-to-senior level officials from central banks and supervisory agencies involved in the supervision of financial institutions, financial surveillance and managing financial stability.
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