C 10.01 - CR EQU IRB 1 - Credit risk: Equity - IRB approaches to capital requirements - TOTAL





Internal rating systemOriginal exposure pre conversion factorsCredit Risk Mitigation(CRM) techniques with substitution effects on the exposureExposure valueExposure weighted average LGD (%)Risk weighted exposure amountMemorandum item: Expected loss amount
PD assigned to the obligor grade or pool (%) Unfunded credit protection(-) Substitution of the exposure due to CRM (-) Total outflows
(-) Guarantees(-) Credit derivatives
CodeLabel010 020 030 040 050 060 070 080 090
010 Total IRB Equity Exposures69942
020 PD/LGD approach: Total115093114997113782113780113784114815114971115166113787
050 Simple risk weight approach: Total115001113783113781113785114819115170113791
060 - Breakdown of total exposures under the simple risk weight Approach by risk weights:
070 190%114998114816115167113788
080 290%114999114817115168113789
090 370%115000114818115169113790
100 Internal models approach114996115165
110 Equity exposures subject to risk weights115164




Dimensions
MetricDetails the data type (e.g. monetary, percentage, string) of the data point. In XBRL, it is the "primary item". Generally, it indicates the "metrics" of the Main category provided (i.e. answers the question: how is measured?). It should be defined for each data point. In the case of monetary values, when the data point is referred to a (change during a) period of time, the member name shall finish in "(flow)". When the member name has other terminations, the data point is a measurement at a date (i.e. "stock").
Metric - Details the data type (e.g. monetary, percentage, string) of the data point. In XBRL, it is the "primary item". Generally, it indicates the "metrics" of the Main category provided (i.e. answers the question: how is measured?). It should be defined for each data point. In the case of monetary values, when the data point is referred to a (change during a) period of time, the member name shall finish in "(flow)". When the member name has other terminations, the data point is a measurement at a date (i.e. "stock").
BaseDefines the basic conceptual meaning of a data point. Identifies the framework in which a data point is included. For FINREP, it indicates in which group of element of the financial statement should be included the data point (e.g. assets, liabilities, equity, income, expenses). For COREP, it indicates whether the data point should be computed in the numerator (own funds) or the denominator (exposures) of the Pillar I solvency ratio. It determines whether the data point has a "debit" or a "credit" attribute.
Base items - Defines the basic conceptual meaning of a data point. Identifies the framework in which a data point is included. For FINREP, it indicates in which group of element of the financial statement should be included the data point (e.g. assets, liabilities, equity, income, expenses). For COREP, it indicates whether the data point should be computed in the numerator (own funds) or the denominator (exposures) of the Pillar I solvency ratio. It may determine whether the data point has a "debit" or a "credit" attribute.
Main categorySpecifies the nature of the item reported (i.e. answers the question: what is reported?). For financial instruments, defines the instrument (e.g. deposits, debt securities issued...) or range of instruments reported. It should be defined for each data point.
Main category - Specifies the nature of the item reported (i.e. answers the question: what is reported?). For financial instruments, defines the instrument (e.g. deposits, debt securities issued...) or range of instruments reported. It should be defined for each data point.
Approach for prudential purposesApproach used for the calculation of capital requirements.
Approach - Approach used for the calculation of capital requirements (or exposure value in LR)
Exposure classDefines the exposure class for capital requirement purposes
Exposure classes - Defines the exposure class for capital requirement purposes
Type of riskIndicates the type of risk arising from exposures or transactions (e.g. credit risk or market risk).
Type of risk - Indicates the type of risk arising from exposures or transactions (e.g. credit risk or market risk).
CRM Effects/CollateralWhen Credit Risk Mitigation techniques are used, it specifies the type of technique that is applied and the effects of that technique.
Credit protection - Concepts related with the application of Credit Risk Mitigation techniques.
Main category of the underlyingDefines the type of instrument underlying another balance or transaction (e.g. short position).
Main category - Specifies the nature of the item reported (i.e. answers the question: what is reported?). For financial instruments, defines the instrument (e.g. deposits, debt securities issued...) or range of instruments reported. It should be defined for each data point.
Methods to determine risk weightsDefines the relevant method used to determine the risk weights for capital requirements purposes.
Approach - Approach used for the calculation of capital requirements (or exposure value in LR)
Prudential portfolioDefines whether it is reported the trading book business, the "banking" book business, or both of them.
Portfolio - Defined the portfolios reported. It comprises both accounting portfolios (e.g. Available-for-sale) and prudential portfolios (e.g. trading book).
Related parties/RelationshipsDefines the relationship between the reporting institution with an entity or a person; in particular, it specifies the type of related party.
Related parties/Relationships - Defines the relationship between the reporting institution with an entity or a person; in particular, it specifies the type of related party.
Risk weightsSpecifies the value of the risk weights that are applied to an exposure for capital requirement purposes.
Percentages - Percentages
Significant investmentsFor the purposes of deductions of own funds, it indicates whether the reporting institutions has a significant investment in another entity.
Portfolio - Defined the portfolios reported. It comprises both accounting portfolios (e.g. Available-for-sale) and prudential portfolios (e.g. trading book).