1 PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF STATUS AS AT 31/12/2012 Introduction The Bank of Italy s Regulation concerning prudential supervision for securities brokerage companies [Italian legal entity acronym = SIM] (Title III, Chapter 1) of 24 October 2007 introduces specific public disclosure requirements (the socalled Pillar 3 ) for such companies concerning capital adequacy, risk exposure and the general characteristics of their systems for risk identification, measurement and management. The Board of Directors of Equita SIM has approved an Organisational Regulation for the Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) containing indications of the corporate bodies responsible for preparing Pillar 3 public disclosures. The information published is of a qualitative and quantitative nature and is classified in the following tables, the numbering of which is the same as that contained in the annex to Title III, Chapter 1 of the Regulation mentioned above: Table 1 General disclosure requirement Table 2 Scope of application Table 3 Structure of regulatory capital Table 4 Capital adequacy Table 5 Credit risk: general disclosure Table 6 Credit Risk Mitigation measures Table 7 Counterparty risk Table 9 Operating risk Table 15 Remuneration and incentive systems and practices Equita SIM SpA publishes this Public Disclosure on its website
2 Table 1 General disclosure requirement Foreword Risk management involves, in different roles, the Company s management, corporate bodies and officers, and staff. As regards governance, primary responsibility for the process is vested in the corporate bodies and officers, which, in order to address the risk to which Equita SIM is exposed, establish appropriate rules of corporate governance and adequate management and control mechanisms. Equita SIM has equipped itself with an Organisational Regulation for the ICAAP that defines the mission and functions of the bodies responsible for, and of the delegated teams and functions involved in, the ICAAP process. The corporate bodies and officers responsible for the process are the Board of Directors, the Board of Statutory Auditors, and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO): The Board of Directors takes ultimate responsibility for the process, promoting full utilisation of ICAAP data for strategic purposes and in business decisions The Board of Statutory Auditors oversees the adequacy of the entire ICAAP and risk management and control system and their compliance with regulatory requirements. The CEO is responsible for implementing the process for calculating total internal capital, ensuring that the latter corresponds to the strategic guidelines established by the Board of Directors and is responsible for continuous checking of the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the risk management and control system. The delegated corporate teams and functions most involved in carrying out the process are: The internal Task Force consisting of the Risk Management, Compliance, and Regulatory Reporting Officers which, delegated by the CEO, guides the process of identification of all risks to which Equita SIM may be exposed The Risk Management function, which mainly plays a role of definition and finetuning of risk management and measure methods, informing risk owners, top management and Equita SIM s Rick Committee of the risk profile trend and/or of any breach of assigned operating limits/parameters The Compliance function, which has the task overseeing the ICAAP s consistency with regulatory requirements and of monitoring risks of nonconformity The Finance Division, which supervises the process of production of regulatory reports and supports the other corporate bodies or functions in the preparation of longterm plans, annual budgets and in calculation of their related impact on capital requirements. The Internal Audit function, which audits the process regularly, identifying process areas that could be improved and formalising the results of audit activities in the annual ICAAP report that it submits to the Board of Directors. Equita SIM SpA has identified all the risks to which it is or may be exposed, considering its operations and markets of reference. It has assessed risks and defined a risk map following a process structured in the following main phases: Identification of risks relating to the core business and potentially generators of material losses ( very significant ) Identification of the other risks, envisaged by the Pillar 1 regulation, which in the past led to capital requirement provisioning exceeding 1% (one percent) of regulatory capital ( significant ) Subsequent identification of Pillar 2 risks, for which appropriate quali/quantitative assessments have been performed to identify possible areas of improvement of currently existing organisational coverage ( significant but not quantified )
3 Consideration of all risks not included in the previous categories as not significant or not applicable. Market risk and credit and counterparty risk have been rated very significant, operating risk is significant, while settlement risk, concentration risk, liquidity risk, reputational risk, and strategic risk have been rated significant but not quantified. The other risks have been considered either not significant or not applicable. This process was approved by Equita SIM s Board of Directors and was analysed by the Internal Audit function. Risk control and mitigation tools Below we describe the tools for control and mitigation solely of the risks rated very significant or significant based on the outcome of the process described above: MARKET RISK: this means the risk of losses caused by adverse changes in risk factors (interest rate, volatility, price, and exchange rate) as regards the trading book (financial instruments negotiated for the purposes of posit ioning, trading and dealing). In addition to calculation of regulatory capital ratios, the Company also uses an internal model to monitor and measure market risks. This model is governed by the Corporate Procedures Manual and requires the involvement of several corporate func tions and bodies: The Board of Directors approves and ratifies operating procedures and maximum risk thresholds The CEO approves operating maximum risk thresholds respecting the Board of Directors decisions The Risk Committee analyses the positions exceed operating and management limits and supports the CEO in management of positions exceeding operating limits The Risk Management function checks the proprietary book s positions daily, verifying observance of the limits assigned and reporting any anomalies to the Risk Committee. The indicator used to measure market risk in the face of price/volatility changes is calculated according to the VaR method (maximum book loss expected within a given time horizon and with a given level of probability). COUNTERPARTY RISK: this is the risk of the counterparty in a transaction defaulting before final settlement of the transaction s cash flows. It relates both to the regulatory trading book and to the investment book. For the monitoring of counterparty risk, the Company uses the indications provided by the supervisory authority. In addition, in order to cover this risk more tightly in operations concerning OTC derivatives, Equita SIM has endowed itself with procedures that envisage a credit facility for counterparties and an internal model for assessment of related risks. For each OTC contract in which the client is the seller counterparty, the internal model calculates a credit equivalent amount. The credit facility dossier is part of the broader process for the acquisition of new clients, which starts with the gathering of information and documentation and completion of the fact sheet. The Board of Directors approves the operating limits that are assigned according to counterparty type. As part of firstlevel controls, the Risk Manager checks the presence and thoroughness of the credit facility dossier, as well as occurrence of any breaches of credit limits, reporting any anomalies to the Risk Committee.
4 The Credit Committee has the task to analyze, ratify, modify or revoke the credit facilities dossiers and, in addition, to examine specific client situations. CREDIT RISK: This means the risk of losses due to default of debtors relating to risk assets other than those concerning the regulatory trading book. Assets deducted from regulatory capital do not constitute risk assets. In order to manage credit risk, the Company uses the indications provided by the supervisory authority and applies the simplified standardised approach. Equita SIM does not have internal models for credit risk calculation but has, however, endowed itself with a client credit facility procedure. This procedure is an important resource for monitoring credit risk, defining the process via which a new client is assessed and the maximum operating limits assigned to that client. It also establishes the process for monitoring utilisation of the credit facility granted and the actions to be taken in the event of breaches of limits. A daily report, sent to the control functions and to the operating functions, indicates clients featuring utilisation in excess of the credit facility granted. As part of firstlevel controls, the Risk Manager checks the presence and thoroughness of the credit facility dossier. The Board of Directors is the body ultimately responsible for monitoring of the procedure and of any breaches occurring. Dispatch of a regular report is therefore envisaged for this purpose. The Credit Committee is similarly involved in credit facilities dossiers even with reference to credit risk. OPERATING RISK: operating risk is the risk of losses stemming from the inadequacy or malfunctioning of procedures, human resources and internal systems or from externally generated events. To monitor operating risk, the Company uses the indications provided by the supervisory authority and calculates the ratio using the BIA (Basic Indicator Approach). In addition, and in accordance with Basel II principles, it has managed operating risks within individual areas by adopting internal procedures in order to mitigate such risks. The set of procedures comprises: The Corporate Procedures Manual: it defines operating approaches and includes the procedures to be followed when performing investment services The Code of Conduct: it identifies and comprises the principles that form the basis of conduct of those working for and on behalf of the Company. To this end, it defines the rules of conduct for directors, statutory auditors, employees, outside staff and, insofar as they are indicated as explicitly applicable to the same, for advisors The Policy for Management of Conflicts of Interest: it aims to aid proper fulfilment by the Company of its obligations of proper conduct regarding conflict of interests, as required by Articles 21 and 114 of the Italian Consolidated Finance Act and related implementation regulations and, consequently, to govern relevant situations of conflict of interest in the performance of investment and ancillary services The AntiMoney Laundering Manual: the manual aims to inform employees, particularly those directly involved in providing investment services, of the antimoney laundering procedures with which the Company has endowed itself. The Unit Job Description Manual: this manual is designed to define the mission and main responsibilities of the Company s individual organisational units as shown in the corporate organisation chart, providing the appropriate link between the latter and the Procedures Manual The Organisational Regulation for the ICAAP; The Organisational, Management and Control Model according to D.Lgs. n 231/01.
5 The Company has also developed an operating risks map by classifying them for business lines and event types. To do so the typical activity of the Company has been considered together with the guidelines published by Basel Committee in June Each event type was analyzed by a selfassessment process and classified by significance. The results of the process allowed to evaluate more precisely the Company exposure to risks. 1 Basel II: International Convergence of Capital Measurement and Capital Standards: a Revised Framework
6 Table 2 Scope of application In accordance with the requirements of the Bank of Italy Regulation of 24 October 2007 concerning prudential supervision for securities brokerage companies, the disclosure obligations contained in this document are applied to Equita SIM SpA individually.
7 Table 3 Structure of regulatory capital Equita SIM does not possess innovative capital instruments and the most important items forming regulatory capital derive from the Company s own equity. Instruments representing participating interests to capital have the characteristics to be considered without limitations. QUANTITATIVE DISCLOSURE The following table shows the amount of Regulatory Capital as at Presentation follows the format indicated in Section IV of Bank of Italy Circular 148 of 2 July 1991, omitting detailed subitems for which there are no amounts. TIER 1 CAPITAL POSITIVE ITEMS Subscribed share capital 26,793,000 Reserves 12,510,066 TIER 1 CAPITAL NEGATIVE ITEMS Other intangible assets 12,299 TIER 2 CAPITAL TIER 3 CAPITAL ITEMS TO BE DEDUCTED Participating interests, subordinated assets, and hybrid equity instruments 203,720 Nonmarketable asset items and other items to be deducted 266,279 TOTALS Total Tier 1 capital 39,290,767 Total Tier 2 capital Total Tier 3 capital Total items to be deducted 469,999 Regulatory capital 38,820,767 Adjusted Tier 2 capital 38,820,767 OTHER INFORMATION Approved share capital 26,793,000
8 Table 4 Capital adequacy By virtue of its size and operational complexity, Equita SIM forms part of Class 3 (Bank of Italy Regulation of 24 October 2007 concerning prudential supervision of securities brokerage companies, Title II, Chapter 2, paragraph 2). Internal capital has been measured observing the proportionality principle. As regards Pillar 1 risks, the Company adopts regulatory methods to quantify capital requirements. Specifically, for credit risk it uses the simplified standardised method and for operating risk it uses the basic method (BIA Basic Indicator Approach). As regards Pillar 2 risks, the Company does not use proprietary methods. The unquantifiable risks, for which regulations do not envisage any quantification system, are in any case subject to specific organisational coverage and internal policies and undergo qualiquantitative assessments. The Company does not have securitization activities. QUANTITATIVE DISCLOSURE Regulatory requirements as at 31/12/12 (amounts in euros) Market risk minimum capital requirement 1,879,054 Credit and Counterparty risk minimum capital requirement 630,383 Operating risk minimum capital requirement 4,686,743 Sum of minimum capital requirements excluding those for other risks and operating risk 2,509,437 Total minimum capital requirements pursuant to prudential regulations 7,196,180 As at 31/12/2012 total minimum capital requirements corresponded to 18% of Tier 1 Capital.
9 Table 5 Credit risk general disclosure The definitions of pastdue and deteriorated credits used for accounting purposes are the same as the supervisory definitions. QUANTITATIVE DISCLOSURE Total gross credit exposure as at 31/12/2012 Balance sheet assets 116,651,165 Guarantees and commitments and offbalance sheet assets 1,275,845 Riskweighted assets 7,321,285
10 Table 6 Credit risk mitigation measures To mitigate the exposure towards its settlement bank, general member and clearing agent, the company signed an agreement to create a credit risk mitigation measure, as allowed by Bank of Italy regulation n 263 Title II Chapter 2. The agreement allows to compensate credits and debits in case of failure of the same bank because of insolvency or default or other specified events in such a way that it is possible for the SIM to receive or pay only the net amount.
11 Table 7 Counterparty risk The Pillar 1 regulation envisages three different types of counterparty risk, which the Company measures as follows: OTC (Over the Counter) derivatives: fair value method SFTs (Securities Financing Transactions): full method with supervisory adjustments Longsettlement transactions: fair value method. For management of counterparty risk in OTC derivative deals, which is the main type of counterparty risk, Equita SIM has endowed itself with procedures that establish a specific process for counterparty credit facility definition. In addition, it has flanked the processes required by regulatory methods used to calculate internal capital with a proprietary model for operatingrisk assessment. Equita SIM operates solely in plainvanilla OTC derivatives with listed shortterm underliers. QUANTITATIVE DISCLOSURE Data as at 31/12/12 DERIVATIVES DEALS Gross positive fair value of contracts Reduction of gross positive fair value due to netting Positive fair value net of netting agreements Collateral held Positive fair value net of netting agreements and marginlending agreements Total EAD (Exposure at Default) calculated according to the fair value method SFTs COUNTERPARTY RISK MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT 2,792,529 44,680
12 Table 9 Operating risk Equita SIM calculates operatingrisk minimum capital requirements based on the BIA (Basic Indicator Approach). It calculates exposure applying just one regulatory coefficient to the business operating volume indicator, which is intermediation margin. More exactly, the capital requirement is 15% of the average of the last three measurements of the relevant indicator, referring to the yearend situation. As regards FY2012, the amount calculated according to this formula totalled 4,686,743.
13 Table 15 Remuneration and incentive systems and practices QUALITATIVE INFORMATION The Company, in accordance with the provisions of the joint Bank of Italy and Consob act of 25 July 2012, has prepared the documents relating to the re remuneration and incentive policy and formalized the activities of the Compensation Committee (already existing in the Company), appointed by the Board of Directors and made up of three councillors. In the documents it was decided to locate the most relevant staff and to regulate the related remuneration, with particular reference to the criteria for determining the variable component. The following are the roles of the bodies and corporate functions with respect to the remuneration policy: Shareholder s Meeting: approves the remuneration policy and plans based on financial instruments (not currently provided); it receives ex ante information about policies that are intended to be adopted, as well as an informative ex post on how remuneration policies have been implemented; Board of Directors: adopt and reexamines, at least on a annual base, remuneration policies and it is responsible for its proper implementation; Compensation Committee: it gives advisory and support to the Board of Directors; Functions of internal control: ensure compliance of policies adopted with the current legal and regulatory framework, as well as their proper functioning, through ex ante and ex post information. With regard to the content of the documents, it was started from the identification of the relevant personnel: Directors with executive appointments; General Manager and responsible for the main lines of business and/or business functions, and those who report directly to the bodies with strategic supervision, management and control; Managers and staff of the highest level of internal control functions; Other person who, individually or collectively, assume risks significantly; Employees whose remuneration is within the same remuneration bracket of the categories in (b) and (d). It has then been set up the remuneration policy which ratifies as follows: For nonexecutive directors, there are no incentive mechanism; No variable payment has been assigned to members of the Board of Auditors; the remuneration of the key personnel (as outlined above) consists of a fixed part and a variable one, whose method of calculation has been determined by the Board of Directors, with the support of the Remuneration Committee. The determination of the variable remuneration of each professional figure was determined based on performance and qualitative indicators, defined depending on the content of the activity. Shown below are some performance indicators, considered for each professional figure:
14 employees working in the trading room: revenue (commissions and/or net trading income), achievement of objectives, performance of crossselling activities and number of new customers and/or new open relationship; employees working in the Investme nt Banking area: obtained mandates, commissions generated, achievement of objectives, performance of crossselling activities and number of new customers and/or new open relationship; coresponsible of the Research department: number of notes published by the office, quality of research, achieving an optimal ranking in the annual rankings, number of company visits and roadshows organized; responsible of asset management: performance of funds under management, ability to increase assets under management and the number of customers, management fees and performance fees generated; administrative manager and human resources responsible: work on tasks institutionally provided for the function, followed new projects, managing relationship with corporate bodie s, with the independent auditors and the Supervisory Authorities and Control; Managing Director: economic performance of the Company, business ideas, new products and businesslines introduced, managing relationships with major customer of the Company, ope ning new relationship; Responsible for the functions of Internal Audit, Compliance and Risk Management: managing relationship with supervisors, speed in correcting regulatory violations, punctuality in adapting to the new regulations, education and training provided to the staff, number of performed audits, number of complaints handled. The variable remuneration is subject to adjustment mechanisms that reflect the actual risk associated with each activity. The remuneration system does not include compensation plans based on financial instruments, neither for directors, nor employees. QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION As for the amount related to personnel costs, 14.9 mlns, as shown in the financial statements, a relevant quote is represented by the variable component (more then a third of the amount) and that s because it is more functional to business mode l, and als o because it represents a motivational aspect not negligible. As expected, the impact of the variable component is more pronounced in the commercial areas, where it gets to be a good part of the remuneration and can match and/or exceed the salary, although affected by high volatility, while it is less present in the other areas in which the fixed component guarantees an appreciable remuneration.
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