Introduction to Basel IV

Introduction to Basel IV

Jonathan Ng

15 years: Banking regulation

On 7 December 2017, the Group of Governors and Heads of Supervision implemented revisions to the Basel III standard, commonly referred to as ‘Basel IV’. In this video, Jonathan provides an overview of these revisions and outlines what this means for the banking sector.

On 7 December 2017, the Group of Governors and Heads of Supervision implemented revisions to the Basel III standard, commonly referred to as ‘Basel IV’. In this video, Jonathan provides an overview of these revisions and outlines what this means for the banking sector.

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Introduction to Basel IV

17 mins 7 secs

Overview

Revisions to Basel III, which is now referred to as Basel IV changed the calculations and uses of risk weighted assets, internal models and several other factors that were meant to restore confidence in our calculations of capital ratios.

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand how the standardisation of processes has impacted credit risk and operational risk

  • Learn about the revisions made

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Jonathan Ng

Jonathan Ng

Jonathan started his career at Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, before moving to APRA, where he was responsible for frontline supervision and implementation of Basel III capital, liquidity and funding rules. Most recently, Jonathan spent 4 years with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia where he was responsible to execute equity and AT1 transactions.

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