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Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP)

Sep 27, 2019
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
EUR 750 ≈USD 840
EUR 750 per day

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Learning Target

Participants understand the most important supervisory tool which is used to increase banks‘capital- and liquidty requirements. It helps decision-makers to prioritise the implementation of supervisory initiatives and to better understand supervisory focal points.


  • Overview of SREP
  • History and current context
  • Dependencies to Pillar
  • Structure and components of SREP
  • Sustainability of business model
  • Governance and controls
  • Risks to capital
  • History and current context
  • Credit and counterparty risk
  • Market risk
  • Operational risk
  • Interest-rate risk from non-trading activities
  • SREP capital assessment
  • Risks to liquidity and funding
  • SREP liquidity assesment
  • Final SREP score and measures
  • Summary


Interactive seminar, discussions, moderation, group work

Who should attend

The target group is key personnel from Risk, Finance, Treasury, Regulatory Affairs, executive- and non-executive board members.


Armin Nilles – Head of Internal Audit, Security and IT Management / Compliance at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. Working as a product manager in the Competence Center for Management and Audit, Mr. Neill develops and controls open and individual trainings, seminars and / or traini...


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