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3.4.4. Strengthening common super-
visory culture through training pro-
grammes
Sectoral training
One of the EBA’s objectives is to develop a
common supervisory culture and build com-
mon supervisory skills and approaches
shared by EU supervisors. In this respect, the
EBA provides training seminars, conferences
and roadshows which aim to:
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enhance supervisory convergence by dis-
seminating sound supervisory standards,
guidance and practices in the EU;
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assist supervisors in implementing these
standards, guidance and practices;
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keep supervisors updated with the latest
information on market products, practices
and techniques;
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provide a venue for policy discussion and
sharing of supervisory practices and experi-
ences;
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promote cross-sectoral and cross-border
supervisory contacts and cooperation.
In 2012, the EBA organised 10 sectoral train-
ing activities for representatives from national
supervisory authorities, the list of which is
provided in Figure 7. Trainings provided to
date have been well received based on EBA
staff analysis of feedback received from par-
ticipants. Moreover, many of the training ac-
tivities have been oversubscribed, and the EBA
has received several requests from NSAs for
the training to be repeated for a number of
courses, e.g. on anti-money-laundering and
e-money and drafting technical standards.
Figure 7: External seminars organised by the EBA in 2012
No
Name of the training activity
Date
Location
Host
Number of participants
1 Drafting technical standards
22 February
London
EBA
62
2 Anti-money-laundering and e-money
22–23 March
London
FSA
59
3 Basel III and CRD IV
24–26 March
London
EBA
45
4 SREP and Pillar 2
7–8 June
Bratislava
Bank of Slovakia
21
5 Drafting technical standards
5 July
Bonn
Bafin
29
6 Workshop on colleges
11–12 September
London
EBA
40
7 Market risk
11–12 September
Paris
ACP
28
8 Data analysis
24–25 September
London
FSA
30
9 IFRS issues for supervision
27–28 November
Madrid
Bank of Spain
23
10 Counterparty credit risk
27–28 November
Rome
Bank of Italy
50
Total:
387