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EBA launches 2021 EU-wide transparency exercise

The European Banking Authority (EBA) launched today its annual transparency exercise, as announced in March. As the EBA observes, this is based entirely on supervisory reporting data – powered by XBRL – so the additional burden on banks is minimal.

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SEC committee endorses tighter oversight of SPAC disclosures

In a unanimous recent vote, the Investor Advisory Committee (IAC) of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has recommended stricter regulation of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs).

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BoE demands greater rigour in regulatory reporting

The Bank of England’s financial watchdog, the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), has written to company CEOs discussing recent findings on the reliability of regulatory reporting, decrying poor practices, and reiterating its supervisory expectations.

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EIOPA sets out criteria for the independence of supervisory authorities

“The independence of supervisory authorities is crucial for the legitimacy and credibility of the supervisory process,” says the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) – but how can we decide whether authorities are in fact free from conflicts of interest and undue external influence on supervisory decisions?

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With great power comes great responsibility! FSI research on expanding supervisory remits

Some of our readers may be interested in new research from the Financial Stability Institute (FSI) on the growing accountability regimes of banking supervisors.

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Hong Kong Banks to report on Climate Risk

Joining regulators around the world who are increasingly concerned about the impact of climate change on financial institutions, the Hong Kong Money Authority (HKMA) recently set out a supervisory approach designed to ensure banks build resilience to climate-related risk.

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EBA expands Risk Data

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.

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