TIFS - Training Initiative for Financial Supervision
In 2009, the Polish Financial Supervision Authority - UKNF established the Training Initiative for Financial Supervision (TIFS). TIFS is a training centre for supervisors of all sectors of the financial market (banking, capital market, pension and insurance) from European countries.
TIFS is aimed at creating a discussion forum which gives supervisors the opportunity to share practical experience and develop their know-how through programmes for specialised staff of supervisory authorities, including inspectors, staff specialised in micro/macroanalysis, emergency experts, legal experts and accountants. TIFS promotes cooperation, on-going exchange of experience, and effective communication between the middle management staff of financial supervisory authorities in Central and Eastern Europe and in the EU. TIFS identifies training needs and prepares training programmes accordingly. Although all programmes usually draw on the input of Polish speakers and case studies, TIFS actively involves specialists from participating countries, and invites foreign experts.
TIFS promotes the stability of financial sectors through effective implementation of the best supervisory practices and standards, drawing on the experience gained by Poland and other countries.
- To organise programmes focused on the current supervision-related topics which correspond to the fundamental needs and interest of financial supervisors from European countries.
- To promote cooperation, exchange of experience, and effective communication between staff of financial supervisory authorities in European countries.
- To promote the experiences of Poland and of other countries from Central and Eastern Europe, as well as the best practices and solutions in the area of financial supervision.
TThe ‘TIFS’ training initiative offers the knowledge of practical experience and techniques relating to financial supervision. The training programmes are designed to encourage active participation, to share examples of practical implementation of the best supervisory practices, and to focus on the common needs and interests of the CEE and the EU. The programmes are aimed at inspiring exchange of views, experiences and best practices. The programmes are structured so as to go beyond the theory and generally known practices and thus to provide the participants with examples based on case studies of effective implementation of supervisory regulations, methods and techniques.
The proposed interactive programmes are addressed to the middle-level staff from all sectors of the financial market (banking, capital market, pension and insurance) who have professional experience and are truly interested and engaged in the topic of a particular workshop, including as part of their daily tasks. All training materials and programmes are prepared and conducted in English.
|The European Green Deal in the scope of financial supervision||14 – 16 December 2022, Warsaw
|Current challenges in the risk based supervision
||21 – 23 November 2018, Warsaw
|Supervisory approach to credit risk with focus on non-performing loans
||14 – 16 November 2018, Warsaw|
||24 – 26 October 2018, Warsaw
|Market Abuse Regulation in practice||October 25-27, 2017|
|Capital adequacy, with special emphasis on meeting the requirements by insurers||October 11-13, 2017|
|On-site and off-site supervision of investment firms and investment funds
October 26-28, 2016
|Banking supervision from the host country perspective – focus on covered bonds and stress tests
June 8-10, 2016
|ERM - do's and don'ts
May 18-20, 2016
|Corporate Governance in the Banking Sector - key regulations and main challenges|
October 14-16, 2015
|Host country supervisory perspective in the EU - practical approach||June 10-12, 2015|
|Internal Models assessment: qualitative and quantitative approach||December 10-12, 2014|
|Tools for off-site supervision||June 11-13, 2014|
|Market abuse and investigation techniques leading to its effective combat||April, 15-17, 2014|
|Internal Models assessment: qualitative and quantitative approach||November 19-21, 2013|
|Changes in KNF-PFSA regulations for exposures secured by mortgages and retail credit exposures in the context of situation of the Polish banking sector and international guidelines||October 9-11, 2013|
|Dealing with problem banks and resolution||November 14-16, 2012|
|Risk Assessment Framework (BION) in Poland - risk-based and prospective approach for insurance supervision||September 24-26, 2012|
|Supervision of public offers and prospectus disclosure requirements - regulations, standards and practice||April 11-13, 2012|
|Risk based approach to pension supervision||November 14-18, 2011|
|Off-site bank analysis and risk assessment process, including the specificity of the cooperative banks||June 8-10,2011|
|Insurers' investments activity - new challenges for supervisory institutions||October 20-22, 2010|
|SREP - process and risk management. Investment market case||April 14-16, 2010|
|Financing the Real Estate Market - in the context of the financial crisis||October 27-29, 2009|
Training Initiative for Financial Supervision
The Polish Financial Supervision Authority
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