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European committee accepts NII SOT while EBA published its roadmap for IRRBB

The European Committee (EC) has approved the regulatory technical standards (RTS) that include the specification of the Net Interest Income (NII) Supervisory Outlier Test (SOT). The SOT limit for the decrease in NII is set at 5% of Tier 1 capital. Since the three-month scrutiny period has ended it is expected that…

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Why developing a non-maturing deposit model should be the top priority for banks in the Nordics 

First and foremost, the long period of low and even negative swap rates was followed by strongly rising rates and a volatile market, which impacted the behavior of both customers and banks themselves. At the same time, regulatory developments, initiated by EBA’s new IRRBB guidelines, have shifted the banks’ focus…

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Savings modelling series: The impact of savings rate floors on balance sheet management

The low or even negative market rates in many Western European countries significantly affect banks’ pricing and funding strategy. Many banks hesitate to offer negative rates on non-maturing deposits (NMD) to retail customers. In some markets, like in Belgium, regulatory restrictions impose a lower limit on the savings rate that…

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Savings modelling series – How ‘hidden savings’ impact the risk profile for banks

WHAT ARE HIDDEN SAVINGS? Because the low or zero rates offered by banks provide little motivation to move money to savings accounts, many banking customers use their current accounts as savings account. It is very likely that customers will move part of this money to savings accounts when rates increase…

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Savings modelling series: Non-maturing deposits model concepts

Are you interested in a more in-depth comparison of deposit modeling concepts? Click here. For banks with significant non-maturing deposits portfolios, Risk Management functions need to have a robust behavioural risk model. This model is required for Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book reporting, hedge, stress testing, risk transfer, and…

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Savings modelling series – How to determine core non-maturing deposit volume?

Identifying the core of non-maturing deposits has become increasingly important for European banking Risk and ALM managers. This is especially true for retail banks whose funding mostly comprises deposits. The last years, the concept of core deposits was formalized by the Basel Committee and included in various regulatory standards. European…

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Savings modelling series – Calibrating models: historical data or scenario analysis?

One of the puzzles for Risk and ALM managers at banks the last years has been determining the interest rate risk profile of non-maturing deposits. Banks need to substantiate modelling choices and parametrization of the deposit models to both internal and external validation and regulatory bodies. Traditionally, banks used historically…

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EBA published final package of IRRBB/CSRBB guidelines

On 20 October 2022, the European Banking Authority (EBA) published the final package of guidelines for the management of Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB) and the Credit Spread Risk in the Banking Book (CSRBB). The package includes: Final guidelines for IRRBB and CSRBB (link)i Regulatory Technical Standards…

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The EBA expects banks to expand their CSRBB framework

The current version of the IRRBB Guidelines, published in 2018, came into force on 30 June 2019. At that time, the IRRBB Guidelines were aligned with the Standards on interest rate risk in the banking book, published by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (in short, the BCBS Standards) in…

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In a continued effort to ensure we offer our customers the very best in knowledge and skills, Zanders has acquired Fintegral.

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