Thursday, 29th July 2021
This event is fully booked
The revised Capital Requirements Directive and Regulation (CRDV/CRRR2) regulatory package introduces operational and regulatory changes for banking institutions. This package is aimed at continuing the implementation of Basel III within the EU, whilst building on the existing concepts already outlined in CRDIV/CRR. With the objective for Supervisory Reporting to fully reflect all new and changed regulatory obligations, data requirements need to be amended for these to adapt to the adjustments in the regulatory package.
This event is aimed at providing credit institutions with an overview of the developments in Supervisory Reporting brought about by the CRDV/CRR2 regulatory package. The webinar will delve into the main changes in existing reporting modules as well as outline information on the newly implemented data requirements. Due to its technical detail, the webinar is targeted towards bank officials who work in the area of Supervisory Reporting within their respective institutions.
The Authority encourages interested participants to register by filling in the form below by not later than Tuesday 27 July 2021. Following successful registration to this webinar, an email will be sent to the registered participants on Wednesday 28 July 2021 with a link to join the webinar.
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Victor Pace - Deputy Head, Banking Supervision, MFSA
|1010hrs||CRR2 Supervisory Reporting Framework: Outlining Main Developments that CRR2 will bring about in Supervisory Reporting
Roberta Darmanin - Senior Manager, Banking Supervision, MFSA
Deputy Head, Banking Supervision, MFSA
By accreditation, Victor Pace is a Master of Business Administration graduate in Banking and brings more than 30 years of experience in the financial services sector following a long stint with one of Malta’s leading credit institutions. As the leader for the Banking Authorisation function at the MFSA, he feels compelled to maintain the stability within the local environment by making the right, effective and mistake free decisions. Targets and deadlines are his true passion. Providing timely replies and quality feedback to applicants is his calling. Empowering a team to do the above provides him with enormous gratification.
Senior Manager, Banking Supervision, MFSA
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.