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Bulgaria; Technical Assistance Report-Bank Supervision

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This mission reviewed the formalization and implementation of a comprehensive SREP that includes an explicit and detailed supervisory Pillar 2 capital requirement. The BNB SREP is based on EU-wide common procedures, processes and methodologies, and the draft SREP Manual includes recently proposed changes to the Guidelines issued by the European Banking Authority (EBA). This report therefore focuses on its actual implementation into appropriate and proportionate supervisory assessments and into focused actions and planning. During the SREP process in 2016 and 2017, the BNB has not identified the need to impose additional capital requirements as per Pillar 2. This assessment has been communicated in all EU-colleges but has not for all banks been summarized in a standardized SREP framework.

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  • International Monetary Fund, 2019. "Bulgaria; Technical Assistance Report-Bank Supervision," IMF Staff Country Reports 19/142, International Monetary Fund.
  • Handle: RePEc:imf:imfscr:19/142
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    Central banks; Mortgages; Basel Core Principles; Risk management; Credit risk; Eba; BNB; NPL; KRI; internal control;

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