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Figures 16 and 17 below compare the number
of cross-sectoral technical trainings offered
in 2012 2014, including the total number of
participants. Compared to previous years, in
2014 the number of cross-sectoral trainings
dropped as a result of planned cross secto-
ral trainings which were converted into sec-
toral trainings and certain topics which were
merged and presented in one seminar.
In 2014, 6 of the 15 seminars and workshops
were on topics related to supervisory conver-
gence which is a key focus for the EBA — from
the table above these are (i) joint decisions on
capital and liquidity; (ii) Business Model Anal-
ysis-First Module of the Single Supervisory
Handbook; (iii) Workshop on the Assessment
of Recovery Plans; (iv) Workshop on RTS on
resolution colleges; (v) Workshop on the Role
of Mediation in Colleges; and (vi) EBA-SRB
Seminar on Establishing Resolution Authori-
ties & Resolution Planning. Through these
trainings the EBA is working on specific top-
ics with the aim of driving forward consistent
and best supervisory practices building on the
Level 1 and 2 texts.
For training planned for 2015, please see the
Supervisory Convergence section in Key areas
of focus for 2015.
Figure 16: Number of cross-sector seminars
2014 (technical training only) compared to
2012 and 2013
2012
2013
2014
2012
2013
2014
460
6
13
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Technical training
Technical training
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
Figure 17: Number of participants at cross-
sector seminars 2014 (excluding 136 partici-
pants in soft-skill courses) compared to 2012
and 2013
2012
2013
4
2012
2013
4
460
6
13
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Technical training
Technical training
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450