Irish banks have been “exemplary” in engaging on developing provisioning methods, said Jonathan McMahon, assistant director general for financial institutions at the Central bank.
“The consequence for banks will be a change in their provisioning methodologies reflecting more conservative impairment triggers being adopted which will result in earlier completion of impairment reviews and a more conservative and realistic approach to the measurement of provisions across all portfolios,” he said in a speech in...
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