A core principle for effective banking supervision is the development of forward-looking assessments of banks’ risk profiles, to identify and assess early on issues that may arise in the future and to be able to intervene if needed.
To develop such forward- looking assessments, supervisors need access to current, timely, and relevant data that can inform them of emerging risks. However, what supervisors get is completely different: ...(cont)
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