Banking Supervision Newsletter November 2017

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Date 29 November 2017
This issue's subjects: Supervision in 2018: priorities & examinations; Ethical hacking to boost resilience; EBA puts updated IRRBB Guidelines up for consultation; 2018 EBA stress test; Ongoing examinations into the practical working of the SIRA; Check the Paradise Papers on customers involved; Update on new integrity legislation; News in brief.

Supervision in 2018: priorities & examinations

DNB has defined its Supervisory Strategy 2018-2022. Division director Armand Schouten explains what this means for banking supervision.

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Armand Schouten 2017

Ethical hacking to boost resilience

The joint Threat Intelligence Based Ethical Red Teaming (TIBER) programme aims to boost the cyber resilience of financial key institutions, including DNB itself.

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EBA puts updated IRRBB guidelines up for consultation

The EBA will implement the revised Basel IRRBB standard. The IRRBB Guidelines have been updated on several important points, and have been put up for consultation.

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EBA 2018 stress test

The EBA has approved the methodology for its 2018 stress test. It allows banks more time to submit data.

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Ongoing examinations into the practical working of the SIRA

DNB is performing several examinations into the use and practical working of the systematic integrity risk analysis (SIRA) of banks. An update.

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Voortgang onderzoek naar de SIRA in de praktijk

Check the Paradise Papers on customers involved

We encourage banks to check their customer files against the names mentioned in the Paradise Papers and to report possible hits to us.

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Update on new integrity legislation

Banks should take note of the introduction of the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive and the UBO register. Below is an update of the current situation.

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Stand van zaken nieuwe wetgeving voor trustkantoren

News in brief

Points for consideration in innovation in lending; FATF warning lists: November 2017 update; Relevant international publications; Information requests calendar, November 2017. Read more