(9) Beyond Micro, Measuring with Supervisory Bodies the TEMPLATE CR3 accounts Impact on Public Debt.

The cross-cutting and cross-sector interaction of the standard approach for managing operational risk and credit risk or counterparty credit risk, leads to this supra-ordinate objective that the supervisory bodies have prescribed by establishing collaborative digital finance platforms (Fintech-oriented central bank innovation hubs) to bring together industry and government. The fintech interaction recommended by the FED makes it possible to provide by disclosure to central banks and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency macroeconomic data accounts measuring the cost-benefit impact of the TEMPLATE CR3 on public debt when generalizing with the World Bank the DIS - Disclosure Requirements (DIS40 - Credit Risk Mitigation).

These macroeconomic data from the economic capital accounts and SOX ratio are particularly important for IMF strategic management programs focused on Virtual Training to Advance Revenue Administration (VITARA), the technical capacity and expertise strengthened to address the challenges of debt sustainability and restructuring, assess financial stability, and help member countries, especially the poorest countries, reduce their debt burden.

. With the OPE25 we have since 1 January 2023 with the entry into force of the revised Basel framework, a 3rd ratio for the capital structure: Economic Capital/Incentivized Pay (= SOX Ratio). The SOX ratio is the financial instrument for internal audit, solvency monitoring by the investor and banking supervision for OPE—Calculation of RWA for operational risk, considering the added value of the total paid workforce as a driving force for the loss mitigation management strategy (Wiley Online Library, 14 February 2023)


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