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EBA adds BRRD to its online Interactive Single Rulebook and Q&A tools

The inclusion of the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) into the EBA’s Interactive Single Rulebook tool will allow on-line users to review all the EBA’s Technical Standards, Guidelines and Q&As related to the BRRD by browsing the Directive article by article. What is more, with the inclusion of the BRRD in the EBA Q&A tool, users will now also be able to submit questions they may have in relation to the application of the BRRD.



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