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Date: 09/06/2021 - 09/06/2021
Location: Virtual

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ESBG Spotlight

Making the EBA supervisory reporting framework more efficient and proportionate.


Discussion with Anja Bautz, ​Meri Rimmanen and Oleg Shmeljov
European Banking Authority



9 June 2021 | 15:00​ CEST

Online event


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ESBG Spotlight invites you to join us to discuss how to make the EBA supervisory reporting framework more efficient and proportionate. The session will focus on the Cost of Compliance study, published by the European Banking Authority. To discuss this essential topic, we have brought toghether three experts from the EBA, who worked on the report. ​


*This online event is free of charge and will be held in English. Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation containing the meeting link and instructions for joining the webinar.​ In case you have any questions, contact us by replying to this email.


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PROGRAMME

15:00 Welcome and introduction
15:05 Presentation of the Report and discussion with Anja Bautz, Meri Rimmanen and Oleg Shmeljov of the European Banking Authority
15:35 Q&A session moderated by Sebastian Stodulka, Head of Regulatory Affairs, ESBG​​
15:45 End of the webinar


SPEAKERS


Anja Bautz is a Policy Expert at the Reporting, Loan Management and Transparency unit at the European Banking Authority (EBA). She has been involved in both the use of supervisory data and policy making in this area for more than ten years. Anja studied at Deutsche Bundesbank's university of applied sciences and worked for six years in Bundesbank's Financial Stability and Banking Supervision departments before joining the EBA in 2016.







Meri Rimmanen is currently Head of Reporting, Loan Management and Transparency unit at the European Banking Authority (EBA). The unit is leading the work on supervisory reporting and Pillar 3 transparency, loan management and NPLs as well as valuation. She joined the EBA in 2011 as a bank sector analyst in the risk analysis unit. Before she worked for two years in the predecessor of EBA, the Committee of European Banking Supervisors. She joined CEBS after working for 8 years with the Finnish Financial Supervision Authority. Meri is Co-chairing the EBA’s Reporting Subgroup, who is responsible for all the EBA’s reporting related work and leading the EBA’s integrated reporting framework project.














Oleg Shmeljov is a Senior Policy Expert at the Reporting, Loan Management and Transparency unit at the European Banking Authority (EBA), where he is primarily involved in the topics of non-performing loans and credit origination. Oleg coordinates the work on the study of the cost of compliance with supervisory reporting requirements.  Previously Oleg held the position of Bank Expert in the Oversight Department of the EBA coordinating the work on supervisory convergence, supervisory cooperation, Pillar 2 and supervisory review and evaluation process (SREP) related policy development and assessment. Prior to joining the EBA predecessor, Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS), Oleg worked at the Estonian Financial Supervisory Authority, where he was institutional supervisor for one of the largest banks, and was also involved in the policy development topics in the field of supervisory risk assessment and crisis management.