Today, banking supervision focuses on capitalisation and ensuring adequate risk coverage for banks. Quality review for capital adequacy assessment procedures was introduced into the supervisory process, becoming last years major regulatory novelty. Banks are now required to properly assess their own risk appetite and the adequacy of their risk management systems. An important role in this process would be stress tests and factoring their results into business plans. Banks have a number of questions regarding the capital adequacy assessment procedure, which include availability of data and frequency of the reviews. These topics will be the focus of this roundtable.