Dealing with problem banks and resolution

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Dealing with problem banks and resolution

Dealing with problem banks and resolutionNovember 14-16, 2012, WarsawVenue: Sheraton Warsaw Hotel, 2 B. Prusa Street, Warsaw, PolandThe objective of the seminar is to improve the competence of off-site banks’ supervisors. Theseminar is divided into three complementary parts. The first will give an overview of thePolish banking sector and also an insight into the performance of the banks during theobserved turmoil on global financial markets. In order to show how Polish banks are preparedfor coping with the crisis, the methodology of bottom-up stress-tests performed in Poland willbe presented. The aim of the stress tests carried out by the Polish Financial SupervisionAuthority was to examine the stability of the banking sector in Poland. Selected banks weresupposed to check the level of non-performing loans, as well as capital adequacy ratio underthree different scenarios. Participants will also be given the information about currentregulatory issues in the Polish banking sector – regarding new regulations andrecommendations issued by PFSA.The second part will provide information about methodologies concerning SREP (supervisoryreview process), JRAD (joint risk assessment) and BION – PFSA’s methodology, prepared inline with the CRD (currently under review). The participants will be informed about contentsof the methodology, i.e. what areas are covered, on what basis the assessment is made andhow the process of rating is done in PFSA and also how the assessment done in Polandinfluences the Joint Risk Assessment prepared by home regulators. Participants will also gainknowledge about how PFSA deals with problem banks, including the rehabilitation process.Moreover the participants will be given an overview of the legal framework for banksresolution in Poland and for comparison in the UK. At the end of the seminar the participantswill be informed about the “safety net” (including PFSA, National Bank of Poland, Ministryof Finance and Bank Guarantee Fund) of Polish financial sector and the specific role of BankGuarantee Fund as the “resolution authority”.


Thursday, November 15, 2012Moderator: Ms. Ewa Przedpełska, Expert, Department of Commercial and SpecializedBanking and Payment Institutions, KNF – Polish Financial Supervision Authority09:00 Opening of day two of the seminar09:15 Role of the Bank Guarantee Fund in the "Safety Net" of the Polish FinancialSectorLecturer: Mr. Krzysztof Broda, Director, Bank Guarantee Fund, Poland10:45 Coffee break11.15 Legal framework for bank resolution in the UKLecturer: Mr. Edward Littlewood, Recovery and Resolution Team, The Financial ServicesAuthority (UK FSA)12:45 Lunch13.45 Legal framework for bank resolution in PolandLecturer: Ms. Izabela Liberacka, Department of Commercial and Specialized Banking andPayment Institutions, KNF – Polish Financial Supervision Authority14:30 Case study (rehabilitation process) – introductionLecturer: Ms. Ewa Przedpełska, Mr. Michał Milewski, Department of Commercial andSpecialized Banking and Payment Institutions, KNF – Polish Financial SupervisionAuthority15:00 Coffee break15:30 Case study (rehabilitation process) – group workLecturer: Ms. Ewa Przedpełska, Mr. Michał Milewski, Department of Commercial andSpecialized Banking and Payment Institutions, KNF – Polish Financial SupervisionAuthority16:30 End of Session


Friday, November 16, 2012Moderator: Mr. Filip Świtała, PhD, Head of Unit, Department of Commercial andSpecialized Banking and Payment Institutions, KNF – Polish Financial SupervisionAuthority09:00 Opening of day three of the seminar09:15 Joint Risk AssessmentLecturer: Mr. Rafał Staniszewski, Department of Commercial and Specialized Bankingand Payment Institutions, KNF – Polish Financial Supervision Authority10:30 Coffee break11:00 Case study (SREP)Lecturer: Ms. Ewa Przedpełska, Mr. Michał Milewski, Department of Commercial andSpecialized Banking and Payment Institutions, KNF – Polish Financial SupervisionAuthority12:30 Closing of the seminar by Mr. Damian Jaworski, Director, Analyses andInternational Cooperation Department, KNF – Polish Financial SupervisionAuthority13:00 Lunch

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