Basel IV doesn’t just seek to finalise the objectives set out in Basel III; it will introduce several new requirements and reforms to the current legislation.
But how will banks meet these regulations and how can they ensure that they comply?
Under Basel IV, banks will be required to increase risk sensitivity by basing risk weights on risk drivers. Banks will also need to increase comparability of capital requirements along with strengthening the connection between standardized and internal model based approaches.
Join this discussion to better understand how leading firms are tackling these changes.
Key discussion points:
- What are the main objectives of Basel IV?
- What institutions will be most affected?
- How can banks leverage Basel IV to gain a competitive advantage?
- How can they demonstrate reconciliation and identify this in financial reporting?
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