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EU appraises bids for agencies leaving Britain after Brexit
The EU Commission published Monday its assessment of the 27 offers received from Member States to host the European Banking Authority and the European ...
Banks invested over EUR 18 bn in software in 2016
Survey results released by the European Banking Federation shows that European banks last year invested more than €18 billion in software, despite being forced ...
EU rules allow consumers to open and change bank accounts anywhere in the EU. The directive on payment accounts gives people in the EU the right to a basic ...
European banks offer fees transparency from 31 Oct
New EU rules for banks and financial services providers, in force from 31 October, require them to be more transparent and open about the fees they charge ...
EBF: Online payment standards in EU still face obstacles
The European Banking Federation notes that the European Commission on Monday adopted its regulatory and technical standards for the second EU Payment Services ...
The European Central Bank, the Eurosystem, the European System of Central Banks
36-page brochure providing an introduction to central banking in the EU. Contents: 1. The road to Economic and Monetary Union. 2. Structure and tasks. 3. ...
New EU e-payments rules to make shopping safer
The revised payment services directive, adopted Monday by the EU Commission, is designed to provide consumers with more convenient and innovative payment ...
EBA stress test shows resilience of EU banking sector
The European Banking Federation, as representative body for 32 national banking associations in Europe, takes note of the publication by the European Banking ...
EBF statement on the Brexit withdrawal agreement
Following the agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union reached late Wednesday between EU negotiators and the UK government, ...
EU FinTech consultation: put needs of end-users first
Responding to the EU consultation on financial technology, also known as FinTech, the European Banking Federation is submitting a response which underlines its ...
HSBC, JP Morgan, Crédit Agricole fined EUR 485m for rate rigging
Crédit Agricole, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase were fined a total of EUR 485m by the EU Commission Wednesday for their participation in the Euribor cartel in euro ...
Safer, easier electronic payments and online banking
New EU rules apply as of 14 September 2019 that will make it easier and safer for consumers to pay for goods and services online and to manage their personal ...
EU paves way for the bank accounts consumers actually need - BEUC
Today’s European Parliament vote will enable all European consumers to open a bank account, make account fees more transparent and comparable and help those ...
ECB must allow full scrutiny of banking supervision: EU auditors
The European Court of Auditors called Monday on EU legislators to intervene and ensure the European Central Bank allows full access to documents for audits ...
State aid: EU approves alternative RBS plan
The EU Commission approved Monday under EU State aid rules the alternative package proposed by UK authorities to replace the commitment for Royal Bank of ...
Data reporting: European banks underline need for an integrated and standardized EU framework
The European Banking Federation is calling on financial sector authorities in the European Union to create an integrated and standardized framework for data ...
EU and national authorities are joining forces to address the risks related to high stocks of NPLs in Europe. Non-performing loans, or “NPLs”, are bank loans ...
EU states ease rules for dealing with bad loans
EU Member States agreed a softer position Wednesday on capital requirements applying to banks with non-performing loans (NPLs) on their balance sheets, in ...
5 ways to balance profit with purpose
Influencers of many kinds gathered in Davos again recently to discuss the problems our world faces. More than ever, they looked to business to come up with ...
Implementing Act on Equivalence under Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 (CRR)
The European Commission adopted on 12 December its first 'equivalence' decision for the purposes of credit risk weighting under Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 ...
Bank recovery and resolution proposal - guide
The European Commission has adopted proposals for EU-wide rules for bank recovery and resolution. These are aimed at ensuring that in future authorities will ...
EU Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive
Three measures to ensure that banks shoulder the risks of failure rather than relying on taxpayers to bail them out were approved by European Parliament on 14 ...
New standards to increase transparency over bankers' pay
The European Commission adopted on 4 March Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) on criteria to identify categories of staff whose professional activities have ...
Regulatory Technical Standards to implement the single banking rule book (capital requirements - CRD IV package)
The European Commission has adopted a package of Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) needed to implement important provisions of the Capital Requirements ...
The European Parliament and the Council reached on 20 March 2014 a provisional agreement on the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism for the Banking Union. The ...
ECB Banking Structures Report November 2013
The European Central Bank (ECB) released on 4 November 2013 the Banking Structures Report, which analyses the main structural developments in the euro area ...
New package for banking supervision in the Eurozone
The European Commission sees its proposals for a single supervisory mechanism (SSM) for banks in the euro area as an important step in strengthening the ...
EU Banking Union: new measures to reinforce deposit protection and further reduce banking risks
The European Commission proposed on 24 November euro-area wide insurance scheme for bank deposits and has set out further measures to reduce remaining risks in ...
Single Resolution Mechanism for the Banking Union
The European Commission has today proposed a Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) for the Banking Union. The mechanism would complement the Single Supervisory ...
Completing the Banking Union by 2018
The European Commission proposed plans on 11 October 2017 to accelerate with the completion of the missing parts of the Banking Union.
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