Todays challenges to sustainable development in the banking sector required reforms in the supervisory process to improve its quality and efficiency. We have achieved the first results and can already declare improvements in the interactions between the regulator and supervisory organisations. Banking sector participants are now beginning to respond to supervision, while supervision responds to shortcomings in banking operations and negative market trends more efficiently. How were these results achieved? What other key areas need to be addressed in future supervisory reforms? How does the market evaluate the changes that have occurred in supervision? These and other topics will be part of an insightful discussion.