Minimum Management Standards

Minimum Management Standards are a set of management practices that the supervisor expects to find while assessing the supervised entities.

These practices are organized consistently with the assessment methodology adopted by the Superintendency of Financial Services and focus mainly on the roles and responsibilities of the entity's Corporate Governance and Risk Management.

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Guidelines for regulatory compliance and best practices

Capital Adequacy Self-Assessment Process for Banks

Banks must submit information on self-assessment conducted to determine the adequacy of their capital in order to support the risks taken and absorb potential losses. The purpose of this guide is to assist institutions in this process.

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