Peer analysis helps firms identify triggers and drivers to understand its business and the market.
In the first year of
The ECB has been
Key features that the ECB are looking for with regard to data include:
Peer group analysis by the ECB may lead to extraordinary results and comparisons. With the level of data and detail available to the ECB, and especially in light of their supervisory lens across the banking sector as a whole, they will have ample opportunity to generate novel insights. However, some banks have commented that while the ECB’s expectations of banks
With the level of demands increasing, and transparency seemingly decreasing, KPMG heard from banks across the EU that they wanted to understand where they stood compared to other banks. Benchmarking studies offer insights into this, and that is why KPMG’s ECB office conducted various benchmark studies (e.g., SREP and leveraged finance among others), but where the information is limited or in some cases confidential, these studies offer limited insights and visibility across peer groups, let alone a comprehensive view
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