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Assignment of exposures to exposure classes under the Standardised Approach



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Assignment of exposures to exposure classes under the Standardised Approach


59.In order to ensure a consistent categorisation of exposures into the different exposure classes as defined in Article 112 of CRR the following sequential approach shall be applied:

  1. In the first step the Original exposure pre conversion factors is classified into the corresponding (original) exposure class as referred to in Article 112 of CRR, without prejudice to the specific treatment (risk weight) that each specific exposure shall receive within the assigned exposure class.

  2. In a second step the exposures may be redistributed to other exposure classes due to the application of credit risk mitigation (CRM) techniques with substitution effects on the exposure (e.g. guarantees, credit derivatives, financial collateral simple method) via inflows and outflows.

60.The following criteria apply for the classification of the Original exposure pre conversion factors into the different exposure classes (first step) without prejudice to the subsequent redistribution caused by the use of CRM techniques with substitution effects on the exposure or to the treatment (risk weight) that each specific exposure shall receive within the assigned exposure class.

61.For the purpose of classifying the original exposure pre conversion factor in the first step, the CRM techniques associated to the exposure shall not be considered (note that they shall be considered explicitly in the second phase) unless a protection effect is intrinsically part of the definition of an exposure class as it is the case in the exposure class mentioned in Article 112 point (i) of CRR (exposures secured by mortgages on immovable property).

62.Article 112 of CRR does not provide criteria for disjoining the exposure classes. This might imply that one exposure could potentially be classified in different exposure classes if no prioritisation in the assessment criteria for the classification is provided. The most obvious case arises between exposures to institutions and corporate with a short-term credit assessment (Article 112 point (n) of CRR) and exposures to institutions (Article 112 point (f) of CRR)/ exposures to corporates (Article 112 point (g) of CRR). In this case it is clear that there is an implicit prioritisation in the CRR since it shall be assessed first if a certain exposure fit for being assigned to Short-term exposures to institutions and corporate and only afterwards do the same process for exposures to institutions and exposures to corporates. Otherwise it is obvious that the exposure class mentioned in Article 112 point (n) of CRR shall never be assigned an exposure. The example provided is one of the most obvious examples but not the only one. It is worth noting that the criteria used for establishing the exposure classes under the standardised approach are different (institutional categorisation, term of the exposure, past due status, etc.) which is the underlying reason for non disjoint groupings.

63.For a homogeneous and comparable reporting it is necessary to specify prioritisation assessment criteria for the assignment of the Original exposure pre conversion factor by exposure classes, without prejudice to the specific treatment (risk weight) that each specific exposure shall receive within the assigned exposure class. The prioritisation criteria presented below using a decision tree scheme are based on the assessment of the conditions explicitly laid down in the CRR for an exposure to fit in a certain exposure class and, if it is the case, on any decision on the part of the reporting institutions or the supervisor on the applicability of certain exposure classes. As such, the outcome of the exposure assignment process for reporting purposes would be in line with CRR provisions. This does not preclude institutions to apply other internal assignment procedures that may also be consistent with all relevant CRR provisions and its interpretations issued by the appropriate fora.

64.An exposure class shall be given priority to others in the assessment ranking in the decision tree (i.e. it shall be first assessed if an exposure can be assigned to it, without prejudice to the outcome of that assessment) if otherwise no exposures would potentially be assigned to it. This would be the case when in the absence of prioritisation criteria one exposure class would be a subset of others. As such the criteria graphically depicted in the following decision tree would work on a sequential process.

65.With this background the assessment ranking in the decision tree mentioned below would follow the following order:

1. Securitisation positions;

2. Items associated with particular high risk;

3. Equity exposures

4. Exposures in default;

5. Exposures in the form of collective investment undertakings (‘CIU’)/ Claims in the form of covered bonds (disjoint exposure classes);

6. Exposures secured by mortgages on immovable property;

7. Other items;

8. Exposures to institutions and corporates with a short-term credit assessment;

9. All other exposure classes (disjoint exposure classes) which include Exposures to central governments or central banks; Exposures to regional governments or local authorities; Exposures to public sector entities; Exposures to multilateral development banks; Exposures to international organisations; Exposures to institutions; Exposures to corporate and Retail exposures.

66.In the case of exposures in the form of collective investment undertakings and where the look through approach (Article 132 (3) to (5) of CRR) is used, the underlying individual exposures shall be considered and classified into their corresponding risk weight line according to their treatment, but all the individual exposures shall be classified within the exposure class of exposures in the form of collective investment undertakings (‘CIU’).

67.In the case of “nth” to default credit derivatives specified in Article 134 (6) of CRR, if they are rated, they shall be directly classified as securitisation positions. If they are not rated, they shall be considered in the “Other items” exposure class. In this latter case the nominal amount of the contract shall be reported as the Original exposure pre conversion factors in the line for “Other risk weights” (the risk weight used shall be that specified by the sum indicated under Article 134 (6) of CRR.

68.In a second step, as a consequence of credit risk mitigation techniques with substitution effects, exposures shall be reallocated to the exposure class of the protection provider.

DECISION TREE ON HOW TO ASSIGN THE ORIGINAL EXPOSURE PRE CONVERSION FACTORS TO THE EXPOSURE CLASSES OF THE STANDARDISED APPROACH ACCORDING TO CRR


Original exposure pre conversion factors







Does it fit for being assigned to the exposure class of Article 112 (m)?

YES


Securitisation positions

NO








Does it fit for being assigned to the exposure class of Article 112point (k)?

YES


Items associated with particular high risk (also see Article 128)

NO








Does it fit for being assigned to the exposure class of Article 112 point (p)?

YES


Equity exposures (also see Article 133)

NO








Does it fit for being assigned to the exposure class of Article 112 point (j)?

YES


Exposures in default

NO








Does it fit for being assigned to the exposure classes of Article 112 points (l) and (o)?

YES


Exposures in the form of units or shares in collective investment undertakings (CIU)

Exposures in the form of covered bonds (also see Article 129)

These two exposure classes are disjoint among themselves (see comments on the look-through approach in the answer above). Therefore the assignment to one of them is straightforward.


NO








Does it fit for being assigned to the exposure class of Article 112 point (i)?

YES


Exposures secured by mortgages on immovable property (also see Article 124)

NO








Does it fit for being assigned to the exposure class of Article 112 point (q)?

YES


Other items

NO








Does it fit for being assigned to the exposure class of Article 107 point (l)?

YES


Exposures to institutions and corporates with a short-term credit assessment

NO








The exposure classes below are disjoint among themselves. Therefore the assignment to one of them is straightforward.

Exposures to central governments or central banks

Exposures to regional governments or local authorities

Exposures to public sector entities

Exposures to multilateral development banks

Exposures to international organisations

Exposures to institutions

Exposures to corporates

Retail exposures






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