With the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) growing focus towards risk based supervision, the banking industry is now faced with an increasing need to streamline its risk management processes whilst ensuring extensibility, scalability and improved data quality.
All banks in India are required now by the RBI to submit Risk Based Supervisory (RBS) tranche 1 to 6 returns at multiple frequencies based on this move towards a forward looking process that now places a much greater emphasis on evaluating both present and future risks rather than the previous point-in-time transaction based approach.
This paper examines the key features of this ever-evolving framework and its subsequent impact to the banks.
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