In certain cases, even the strategic business models have to be ... due to Basel III and Pillar II • New risk-neutral leverage ratio prevalence of strategic risk under current economic conditions, the scarcity of the coverage of strategic risk in the literature, and the increased importance of economic capital in the wake of the Basel III framework, this paper focuses on the quantification of a bank’s exposure to strategic risk. In Practice 10 7.1. Purpose: Basel III regulations require banks to protect themselves against strategic risk. Specifically, we make two contributions. The BCBS (Basel Committee on Banking Supervision) says large internationally active banks (i.e. This paper provides a comprehensive and measurable definition of this risk and proposes a framework to estimate economic capital requirements. This paper aims to provide a comprehensive and measurable definition of this risk and proposes a framework to estimate economic capital requirements. Risk and capital management 2. Group structure and overall risk and capital management (continued) Risk is inherent in the Group's activities and is managed through a process of on-going identification, measurement and monitoring, subject to risk limits and other controls. How Ernst & Young can help 10 4. Basel III Pillar III disclosure As at 31 December 2019 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ... book, strategic risk, concentration risk, reputational risk, and residual risk. to reduce Basel III charges 5 4 Predictive analysis and real-time monitoring is a competitive imperative 6 5. Once banks can think holistically about the finalized Basel III regime, as well as the full scope of other regulatory programs, they can proceed to align strategic and capital planning. Abstract. Basel III philosophy and structure and national regulations 6 3. Purpose: Basel III regulations require banks to protect themselves against strategic risk. Under full phase-in of the final Basel III standards, the capital shortfalls at Group 1 banks were €10.7bn based on end-December 2019 data, compared with €16.6bn at end-June 2019. Data from the latest Basel III monitoring exercise produced by the European Banking Authority (EBA) shows that around 40% of the total increase to minimum required Tier 1 capital (MRC) expected following implementation of the new framework would result from the output floor. Strategic decisions taken now will also need to take account of how the business and risk environments are evolving in reaction to COVID-19 and be robust in the face of Basel III implementation demands – in terms of people, models, capital and costs. These are covered either by capital, or risk management and mitigation processes under Pillar II. Basel II risk management system for a global bank 10 7.2. 2. Basel II … Basel III and Beyond: Aiming for Stability 2014-11-17T10:00:00 European regulators have been busy since the financial crisis reforming financial markets to ensure they are better prepared to withstand future turmoil, improve governance and enhance their disclosure procedures Basel III initiatives must address both business and technical needs 7 6. Insights from internal and regulatory stress tests can be combined with fact-based projections to optimize the resilience of balance sheets in a range of scenarios. Putting it all together 8 7. Basel III – Risk & Pillar III disclosures 30 June 2017 b. The Group is