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Standardised approach – implementing the mapping process

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Summary of document history   Previous version Previousconsultation This version Subsequentconsultation Subsequentversion This version BCBS  |  Guidelines  |  09 April 2019  |  Status:  Current PDF full text (144kb)  |  6 pages Topics: Credit risk This document set out guidelines for supervisors in the process of assigning the credit risk assessments of an eligible external credit assessment institution (ECAI) to the risk weights available under the standardised approach to credit risk.

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BCBS  | 
Guidelines
 | 
09 April 2019
 | 
Status:  Current
PDF full text
 (144kb)
 |  6 pages
Topics: Credit risk

This document set out guidelines for supervisors in the process of assigning the credit risk assessments of an eligible external credit assessment institution (ECAI) to the risk weights available under the standardised approach to credit risk. It fully replicates Annex 2 of Basel II (June 2006) and has been issued as a separate publication due to the launch of the Consolidated Basel Framework (see section 1.34 of the consultation document on the consolidated framework for more information).

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