The key stakeholders at the roundtable agreed that analyzing a bank’s financial performance to assess the potential impact of various adverse events and circumstances, relevant to its size, scale and complexity, can strengthen the bank’s risk management function and help in proper planning for economic and regulatory capital. They also agreed upon the fact that the risk management architecture needs to be constantly updated and calibrated on an ongoing basis to reflect the evolving liquidity and solvency levels at an organization level.
The participants also placed equal importance on a regular and rigorous process of model validation, which is essential for reaching an accurate outcome of stress tests, revealing the exact quantum of risk faced by banks.
“In its effort to bring greater transparency to the ways markets operate, leading them to function better world over, CRISIL GR&A has been creating platforms such as this for exchange of ideas and for stakeholders to discuss and debate relevant issues. The roundtable was organized with the aim of facilitating a constructive dialogue between the participants on emerging regulatory and risk challenges,”
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