The European Banking Authority (EBA) has released a survey designed to inform sustainable finance policy development.
In a recent report the European Banking Authority (EBA) has noted some improved consistency in Pillar 3 prudential disclosures, although further improvements are necessary. Pillar 3 disclosures are designed to foster increased transparency and market discipline by requiring regulated firms to make a range of prudential information about banks (and insurance companies) public. However, the […]
Many readers familiar with financial supervision and regulation will be aware of the so-called “Pillar 3” disclosure requirements which oblige banks and insurance companies to make a range of quantitative and qualitative public disclosures about the risks that they face and they way they manage them. There is much to be said for using disclosure as an additional policy […]