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Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3)

2019

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) as at 30 June 2019

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) as at 31 March 2019


2018

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) as at 31 December 2018

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) as at 30 September 2018

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) as at 30 June 2018

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) as at 31 March 2018


2017

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) 2017


2016

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) 2016


2015

Capital adequacy and risk management report relates to disclosure in accordance with the CRR (EU Regulation No 575/2013) and CRD IV (Directive No 2013/36/EU).

During 2013, the EU updated its capital requirements legislation in line with the new Basel III Framework. The revised legislation, which embraces the CRR (EU Regulation No 575/2013) and CRD IV (Directive No 2013/36/EU), has been applicable from 1 January 2014. Capital adequacy and risk management report (Pillar 3) 2015 is constructed in accordance with the new Basel III requirements and the Financial and capital market commission regulations on the material of the information, proprietary or confidential information and disclosure periodicity.

Capital adequacy and risk management report provides information on the SEB bank's risk profile, for instance, the amount of operations by customer categories and risk classes that are at the basis of capital adequacy assessment. The report complements the information provided in the 2015 Annual Report.

SEB appreciates the higher transparency resulting from Pillar 3 reports. The quality of our credit portfolio and our internal risk management culture promotes the reduction of risk weighted assets below Basel I requirements. This, however, does not free up capital in the same amount, given the transitional requirements for the assessment of high sensitivity to the business cycle to be conducted by supervisory authorities. The objective of SEB's Capital Policy is to maintain a capital base that is sufficient to address potential risks arising from increased uncertainty in the operational environment.

SEB applies an internal-ratings based (IRB) approach to reporting on the bank's portfolios, corporate customers, mortgage loans and retail exposures, which correspond to 95 % of total risk weighted assets (RWA). Reports on other portfolios are prepared using the standardized approach. SEB will continue applying the IRB approach gradually to the entire retail exposure portfolio.

Since the beginning of 2008, SEB in Latvia has been authorised by the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) to report on operational risk by means of the Advanced Measurement Approach. With regards to market risk, SEB in Latvia uses the standardized approach for capital but, at the same time, market risk is managed in line with the internal Value at Risk (VaR) Model of SEB Group.

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) 2015


2014

Capital adequacy and risk management report relates to disclosure in accordance with the CRR (EU Regulation No 575/2013) and CRD IV (Directive No 2013/36/EU).

During 2013, the EU updated its capital requirements legislation in line with the new Basel III Framework. The revised legislation, which embraces the CRR (EU Regulation No 575/2013) and CRD IV (Directive No 2013/36/EU), has been applicable from 1 January 2014. Capital adequacy and risk management report (Pillar 3) 2014 is constructed in accordance with the new Basel III requirements.

Capital adequacy and risk management report provides information on the SEB bank's risk profile, for instance, the amount of operations by customer categories and risk classes that are at the basis of capital adequacy assessment. The report complements the information provided in the 2014 Annual Report.

SEB appreciates the higher transparency resulting from Pillar 3 reports. The quality of our credit portfolio and our internal risk management culture promotes the reduction of risk weighted assets below Basel I requirements. This, however, does not free up capital in the same amount, given the transitional requirements for the assessment of high sensitivity to the business cycle to be conducted by supervisory authorities. The objective of SEB's Capital Policy is to maintain a capital base that is sufficient to address potential risks arising from increased uncertainty in the operational environment.

SEB applies an internal-ratings based (IRB) approach to reporting on the bank's portfolios, corporate customers, mortgage loans and retail exposures, which correspond to 95 % of total risk weighted assets (RWA). Reports on other portfolios are prepared using the standardized approach. SEB will continue applying the IRB approach gradually to the entire retail exposure portfolio.

Since the beginning of 2008, SEB in Latvia has been authorised by the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) to report on operational risk by means of the Advanced Measurement Approach. With regards to market risk, SEB in Latvia uses the standardized approach for capital but, at the same time, market risk is managed in line with the internal Value at Risk (VaR) Model of SEB Group.

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) 2014


2013

The Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report concerns the disclosures required under the Capital Adequacy Directive (CAD) that implemented the Basel II Framework in the European Union. The new regime has been in force in Latvia since 1 January 2008.

During 2013, the EU updated its capital requirements legislation in line with the new Basel III Framework. The revised legislation, which embraces the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV) and the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR 575), has been applicable from 1 January 2014. The full implementation of CAD IV and CRR 575 in SEB in Latvia will be reflected in the Pillar 3 Report for the current year.

SEB applies an internal-ratings based (IRB) approach to reporting on the bank's portfolios, corporate customers, mortgage loans and retail exposures, which correspond to 97 % of total risk weighted assets (RWA). Reports on other portfolios are prepared using the standardized approach. SEB will continue applying the IRB approach gradually to the entire retail exposure portfolio.

Since the beginning of 2008, SEB in Latvia has been authorised by the Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) to report on operational risk by means of the Advanced Measurement Approach. With regards to market risk, SEB in Latvia uses the standardized approach for capital but, at the same time, market risk is managed in line with the internal Value at Risk (VaR) Model of SEB Group.

SEB appreciates the higher transparency resulting from Pillar 3 reports. The quality of our credit portfolio and our internal risk management culture promotes the reduction of risk weighted assets below Basel I requirements. This, however, does not free up capital in the same amount, given the transitional requirements for the assessment of high sensitivity to the business cycle to be conducted by supervisory authorities. The objective of SEB's Capital Policy is to maintain a capital base that is sufficient to address potential risks arising from increased uncertainty in the operational environment.

The Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report provides information on the risk profile of SEB in Latvia, for example, concerning the volume of transactions by customer category and risk class which forms the basis for the assessment of capital adequacy. The Report supplements the financial statements for 2013.

Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Report (Pillar 3) 2013

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