Having completed the first phase of its review of Pillar 3 disclosure requirements in January 2015, the Basel Committee is consulting (until 10 June) on the second phase.
Access the Consultative Document: Pillar 3 disclosure requirements – consolidated and enhanced framework. (PDF 1.26 MB)
New disclosure requirements are proposed for total loss-absorbing capacity (TLAC) for global systemically important banks (G-SIBs). These include information on creditor rankings at the legal entity level for material subgroup entities that have issued internal TLAC. The Committee is still considering issues regarding G-SIBs with a multiple point of entry resolution strategy.
New templates will provide users with data on historical operational risk losses; the drivers of a bank’s operational risk charge under the new Standardized Measurement Approach; and information on a bank’s operational risk management framework.
An additional table to reflect the new market risk framework.
All the existing and proposed disclosure requirements have been consolidated. This involves only minor changes in format and frequency to existing disclosure requirements.
The existing and proposed Pillar 3 disclosure requirements amount to 67 templates, with the capital floor and IRRBB still to come.
Reporting frequencies vary between quarterly, semi-annual and annual. Banks may choose (or may be required by their supervisors) to disclose information more frequently.
Implementation dates are end-2016 or end-2017 where policy has already been implemented. Otherwise the disclosure implementation date is linked to the implementation of the policy framework (mostly 2019).
The assurance requirements remain unchanged from phase one, including the level of internal review and internal control processes, and the responsibilities of a bank’s Board and senior management.
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