Thursday, 13th October 2022

Conference Hall, Level 3, MFSA

Overview


With new obligations coming into force and being applied by the European Banking Authority and the European Central Bank in the area of supervisory reporting, the MFSA and local credit institutions need to keep abreast with and adapt to the changing requirements.

This seminar is aimed at outlining information on newly applicable requirements, developments and initiatives in this area, and the impact of these on institutions. Details on changes to the reporting framework, to the remuneration reporting requirements and to the data collection and validation process will be provided. The MFSA will also be sharing information on its recent assessment on credit institutions’ reporting performance.

Due to its technical detail, this seminar is targeted towards bank officials who work in the area of supervisory reporting within their respective institutions. Officials of branches in Malta of foreign (EU and non-EU) banks working in this area are also invited as some of the information is also relevant to them.

Who Should Attend


Officials within credit institutions, including foreign branches, working specifically on supervisory reporting.

Agenda


09:00H Registration & Welcome Coffee
09:30H Opening Remarks

David Eacott - Head, Banking Supervision, MFSA

09:40H Credit Institutions' Reporting Performance

Whitney Micallef - Junior Analyst, Banking Supervision, MFSA

10:00H Developments in the Supervisory Reporting Framework - Version 3.2 and Beyond

Tomasz Kolbuszewski - Analyst, Banking Supervision, MFSA

10:30H An Overview of the New EBA Guidelines on Remuneration

Roberta Darmanin - Senior Manager, Banking Supervision, MFSA

10:50H Developments in the Collection, Transmission and Validation of Reporting Submissions

Joanne Spiteri Azzopardi - Analyst, Banking Supervision, MFSA

11:30H Closing Remarks

Roberta Darmanin - Senior Manager, Banking Supervision, MFSA

Registrations


The Authority encourages interested participants to register by filling in the form below by not later than Tuesday 11 October 2022.

Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Speakers


Head, Banking Supervision, MFSA

David Eacott

David Eacott is Head of Banking Supervision, responsible for the oversight of credit and financial institutions operating in and from Malta. David joined the MFSA in February 2020 after 22 years at the Bank of England including the UK’s Financial Services Authority. David was most recently responsible for the successful implementation of the UK’s ring fencing regime. During that time, he also helped the Resolution function with its implementation of the UK’s Resolvability Assessment Framework and led the Bank of England’s effort to improve the quality of internal audit functions within financial firms. During his supervisory career, David ran a number of teams responsible for oversight of large and medium sized banks, building societies and asset management firms. He was also a UK policy expert on the CRD and worked at the UK’s Permanent Representation in Brussels during the last UK EU Presidency negotiating its final legislative stages. David studied Modern European Studies at Loughborough University prior to joining the Bank of England.

Senior Manager, Banking Supervision, MFSA

Roberta Darmanin

Roberta Darmanin holds a B.Sc. degree in Statistics, Banking and Finance. She joined the Authority in 2011 and spent four years working at the Banking Supervision function. During this time, she formed part of the ongoing supervision team and was involved in the implementation of the CRR Supervisory Reporting. Roberta was also involved in the initial setup of the SSM as local Stress Testing PMO and sub-coordinator on the HSBC Joint Supervisory Team. Between 2016 and 2018 Roberta worked on various regulatory and statistical projects at the Securities and Market Supervision and the Resolution functions. Thereafter she returned to Banking Supervision where she was tasked to set up and lead the Data Team. She now holds the role of a Senior Manager, serving also as project manager within Banking Supervision. She participates in various local and European regulatory fora, including committees and working groups of the European Central Bank and the European Banking Authority.

Analyst, Banking Supervision, MFSA

Joanne Spiteri Azzopardi

Joanne Spiteri Azzopardi is an Analyst within Banking Supervision's Data Team. She joined the Authority back in 2019 and has since been involved in various supervisory data quality reviews. She participates in a number of working groups of the European Central Bank. Joanne holds a Diploma in Business Administration & Management and a Diploma in Financial Advice. She is currently reading for a Master's Degree in Business Administration & Management with the University of Malta.

Analyst, Banking Supervision, MFSA

Tomasz Kolbuszewski

Tomasz Kolbuszewski has been working as an Analyst with the Banking Supervision Data Team of the Malta Financial Services Authority since June 2022, having previously worked for five years with the Financial Stability function of the Authority. His main interests include innovative and automated tools and techniques for data extraction and analysis. During his time at the MFSA, he participated in several analytical projects concerning financial stability, systemic risk and banking sector performance. Tomasz holds a Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Rzeszów, specializing in Banking and financial markets.

Junior Analyst, Banking Supervision, MFSA

Whitney Micallef

Whitney Micallef holds a B.Sc. degree in Financial Services Management. She started her career with one of the local leading banks and, in April 2021 moved to the MFSA. She now holds the position of Junior Analyst within Banking Supervision's Data Team.

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