Skip to main content

Recovery and Resolution 2014

Recovery and Resolution 2014

Valuations of the assets and liabilities of a business that has either failed or is likely to fail will be based on very different criteria to valuations carried out for other purposes, such as financial reporting. The differences affect the type of asset that can be included, the inputs that are available, the investigations that can be made and the assumptions that may be appropriate.

The need for international consistency in such valuations is highlighted by the current initiatives by financial regulators to put in place common regimes for the recovery and resolution of financial institutions in accordance with the Financial Stability Board’s “Key Attributes of Effective Resolution Regimes for Financial Institutions”. The FSB’s “Key Attributes” include provisions for the valuations as part of the recovery and resolution process.

The Standards Board has commenced a project to develop guidance on valuations for resolution and recovery. The initial focus will be on the assets typically found in financial institutions, as this is the area of greatest current need given the emerging new regulations in various jurisdictions. However, the Board intends this to be a broad scope project, as the underlying principles should be common to most types of asset and industry. The Board’s initial view is that the project will probably lead to a new Application Standard setting out common principles for the valuation of failed or likely to fail businesses, with accompanying guidance for specific applications, of which the resolution of financial institutions will be an example.

Working Group:

A working group was formed and had its first meeting in September 2014.

Raj Brar IVSC Board Member – Project Leader
Cindy Ma IVSC Board member
Stephen Luxton JP Morgan
Savraj Dhillon USB
Tanveer Bhatti Citigroup
Vikas Karlekar Barclays
Mark Newman Royal Bank of Scotland
Richard Thomas Goldman Sachs
Viral Desai KPMG
Germar Knochlein European Central Bank
Pablo Perez Bank of Spain
Brandon Khoo Australian PRA

Background

There are more than 160 member organisations
of the IVSC, operating in 137 countries worldwide. Join them.

IVSC members include Valuation Professional Organisations, valuation service providers, users of valuation professional services, standard-setting bodies, regulators, governments and academic institutions. Members work together to enhance valuation through internatioanlly-agreed standards and the highest levels of professionalism.

There are more than 180 member organisations
of the IVSC, operating in 137 countries worldwide. Join them.

Become part of a global network working to enhance valuation standards and professionalism.