The European Banking Authority (EBA) is expanding its publication of key risk indicators about some of the world’s largest financial institutions. Globally systemically important institutions (or “G-SIIs”) each have on and off balance sheet exposures in excess of EUR200bn.
In August the European Banking Authority (EBA) issued an erratum to the technical package for reporting framework 2.10 phase 2.
While the data gleaned from regular, structured reporting is widely known to be a critical part of effective regulation, those requirements regularly come across one stumbling block: complaints about cost.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published a new ‘phase two’ technical package on reporting framework 2.0.
The European Banking Authority recently published its final draft Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on Pillar 3 disclosures and supervisory reporting.
After updating or deactivating a number of validation rules in the Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting, the European Banking Authority (EBA) has issued a revised list of ITS for filing across the EU. EBA cautions that data submitted in line with the ITS should not be validated against this list of incorrect, deactivated […]
How should banks model potential extreme shocks to the financial system? Banks need to calculate all risk factors, however, while some future risks can be modeled with relevant price and transaction data, others can’t. In the case of non-modellable risks, institutions must calculate prudent measures that take into account a potential scenario of extreme future […]
The European Banking Authority (EBA) outlined its implementation plan for the new regulatory framework for investment firms, alongside a consultation on its first set of new regulatory requirements. The roadmap includes prudential requirements, reporting requirements and disclosures, and remuneration requirements. The EBA plans to implement a regulatory framework that is calibrated to the size and […]
Supervisory practices across the EU are increasingly in alignment, according to a recent European Banking Authority (EBA) report.
These are extraordinary and uncertain times, requiring, even more so than usual, substantial and useful data to help navigate the murky waters of the post-Covid-19 economy. As such, the European Banking Authority (EBA) has launched an additional EU wide transparency exercise in order to provide a snapshot of Europe’s banks pre-pandemic. Similar to EBA’s regular […]