BPI overcomes Basel III challenge to win Asia award

Philippines introducing capital adequacy framework in one move

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Bank of the Philippine Islands branch

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has spent the past year overhauling its risk management structures. This is partially in response to the country's new capital adequacy framework introduced at the start of the year, and, in part, so the board could gain greater comfort in the bank's risk/return profile.

In tackling this reform, BPI has had to confront a number of key challenges, such as ensuring sufficient data exists in order to develop meaningful models, and adjusting the bank's risk

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