Central Bank of Ireland details updated financial buffers framework

The Central Bank of Ireland
William Murphy

The Central Bank of Ireland recently enhanced its framework for evaluating its financial buffers, incorporating a broader risk-based assessment, its latest quarterly bulletin explains.

The central bank introduced an annual exercise that simulates one or more stress scenarios over a five-year period to model the potential risks to its balance sheet. Current risk provisions are added to the simulation results to identify a recommended level of buffers.

Additionally, the central bank has

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