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A Banking Union for the Euro Area
A banking union for the euro area would provide an integrated approach to oversee the safety and stability of the financial system as a whole. According to a ...
Single Resolution Mechanism: a major step towards completing the banking union
The European Parliament and the Council reached on 20 March 2-14 a provisional agreement on the proposed Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) for the Banking ...
Single Resolution Mechanism comes into effect for EU Banking Union
The Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) became fully operational on 1 January 2016. The SRM implements the EU-wide Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) ...
Legislative package for banking supervision in the Eurozone
Euro-MPs on 12 September gave their green light to the EU bank supervision system which will bring some 150 of the EU's largest banks under the European ...
Basic banking services for all - guide
Basic banking services should be a legal right for the 10 per cent of EU citizens who currently have none, including homeless people, people on very low ...
Beyond RoE: How to measure bank performance
Beyond RoE: How to measure bank performance. Appendix to the report on EU banking structures
Rules on contributions of banks to resolution funds
The European Commission has adopted a delegated act and a draft proposal for a Council implementing act to calculate the contributions of banks to the national ...
How EU rules apply to banks with a capital shortfall
The European Commission approved on 25 June, under EU rules, Italian measures to facilitate the liquidation of Banca Popolare di Vicenza (BPVI) and Veneto ...
Capital requirements for banks' exposures to CCPs - transitional period extended
The European Commission has today adopted an implementing act that will extend the transitional period for capital requirements for EU banking groups’ ...
Central Counterparties Recovery and Resolution Proposal
The European Commission proposed on 28 November new rules to ensure that systemic market infrastructures in the financial system, known as Central ...
EU rules on capital requirements for credit institutions and investment firms aim to put in place a comprehensive and risk-sensitive framework and to foster ...
Structural measures to improve the resilience of EU credit institutions
The European Commission has proposed new rules to stop the biggest and most complex banks from engaging in the risky activity of proprietary trading. The new ...
The European Banking Authority (EBA) is an independent EU Authority which works to ensure effective and consistent prudential regulation and supervision ...
Since its establishment in 1991, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has become the largest financial investor in its region of operations ...
ECB October euro area bank lending survey
The October euro area bank lending survey shows that it has become easier for businesses to borrow while banks have tightened lending criteria for house ...
Is the ECB "expropriating" savers? - Critique of accommodating central bank policies and the 'expropriation of the saver'
Are the European Central Bank’s low policy interest rates a tax on savers? A new study shows that the decisive factor for savers over the medium and long-term ...
The European Investment Bank is owned by the 28 EU countries. It borrows money on the capital markets and lends it at a low interest rate to projects that ...
The banking union ensures that EU banks are stronger and better supervised. The single supervisory mechanism gives the European Central Bank certain ...
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has been established to coordinate at the international level the work of national financial authorities and international ...
Liquidity Coverage Requirement Delegated Act
The European Commission has adopted delegated acts under the Solvency II Directive and the Capital Requirements Regulation which will help promote high quality ...
Progress in the Reduction of Non-Performing Loans in Europe
The European Commission has welcomed the headway made in tackling non-performing loans (NPLs) in the EU as part of ongoing work at the national and EU level to ...
Proposal for a Directive on Payment Accounts
The European Commission publishes today a proposal for a Directive on the transparency and comparability of payment account fees, payment account switching and ...
The payment system - payments, securities and derivatives, and the role of the Eurosystem
The European Central Bank (ECB) has published a book entitled "The payment system - payments, securities and derivatives, and the role of the Eurosystem". It ...
Payment Services Directive (PSD2): Regulatory Technical Standards
The European Commission adopted on 27 November 2017 rules designed to make electronic payments in shops and online safer. This will also allow consumers to ...
Reporting and transparency of securities financing transactions
The European Commission has proposed new rules to stop the biggest and most complex banks from engaging in the risky activity of proprietary trading. Alongside ...
Green Paper on Shadow Banking - guide
As part of the EU's banking reforms in response to the financial crisis, the European Commission has turned its attention to the growing area of non-bank ...
Solvency II Delegated Act
The European Commission has adopted delegated acts under the Solvency II Directive and the Capital Requirements Regulation which will help promote high quality ...
The Single Resolution Board (SRB) is the resolution authority for the significant and cross border banking groups established within the EU's participating ...
The Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) is a new system of banking supervision for Europe. It comprises the ECB and the national supervisory authorities of the ...
Banking in Europe: EBF publishes 2018 Facts & Figures
The European Banking Federation today has published Banking in Europe; the 2018 Facts & Figures, its annual update on the banking sector in Europe.
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