Showing posts with label bank. Show all posts
Showing posts with label bank. Show all posts

Saturday, April 28, 2012

The NSFR, real questioning of the role of the bank?

In February 2011, Patrick Artus, chief economist at Natixis, took issue with the current definition of NSFR ("Net Stable Funding Ratio") by calling it "absurd ratio."

It is also far from being alone in the challenge. Indeed, while this ratio is designed to ensure stable liquidity of financial institutions, number of players in the banking question its "calibration" current, likely in the traditional role of processing devoted to banks.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Definition of Indicators

The definition of indicators based on the combination of an empirical, research-based elements of non-quality in the device in place, and a theoretical approach, having as a starting point to identify key parameters management customer risk:

To invest in the improvement actions that correct the non-quality aspects of the most sensitive, the first step is to build a balanced scorecard indicators are most representative. It is an indispensable asset to the achievement of a critical diagnosis and appropriate vis-à-vis business strategies (risk, marketing, sales ...) defined. While some indicators can be retained only for statistical purposes, the others must be action-oriented: this means they must be involved in a lens quality (which will result in the definition of alert thresholds or levels of expected results ...) and an action plan to achieve the objective. The role of each business direction and / or SI concerned to arrive at the expected level of quality must be so in a charter previously defined: it is one of the key success factors of the process.

Identify the characteristics of the third party repository brings out the different types of people (customers, prospects, guarantees ...), information (customer classification, signs of third party monitoring bodies ...), for which the required quality levels are not necessarily the same. Two examples: the rate of duplication, including the reduction can improve the consolidation process and risk capital allocation, the rate of third parties not identified as an affiliate of the bank, resulting in poor consolidation risk on intra banking group.