SunGard: ICAAP – The What, The Why and the How

The Internal Capital Adequacy Process (ICAAP) is a cornerstone of Pillar II of the Basel Capital Accord (II/III). While Pillar I of the Accord concentrates on capital requirements and Pillar III on market disclosures, Pillar II acts as a form of check and balance: a way to ensure the adequacy and credibility of the entire framework.

Through the ICAAP, banks will need to demonstrate that they have implemented methods and procedures to ensure capital sufficiency at all times, with due

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