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The EBA has relocated to new premises

The EBA has moved to its new offices in Canary Wharf in London on 15 December 2014. Please click here to find all relevant information on the new EBA premises and relevant changes in the address that you may want to take into consideration for your meetings and correspondence.

02/12/2014

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  • EBA publishes criteria to assess other systemically important institutions (O-SIIs)

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) issued today its final Guidelines defining the criteria that EU competent authorities will use to identify institutions that are systemically important either at Union or Member State level, the so-called ‘other systemically important institutions’ (O-SIIs). These Guidelines aim at setting uniform parameters at EU level while taking into account specificities of Member States’ individual banking sectors, so as to achieve an appropriate degree of convergence in the identification process as well as at ensuring a comparable, clear and transparent assessment of systemically important institutions in the EU.

    16/12/2014 - Press releases

  • EBA consults on amending ITS on LCR and LR reporting

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) launched today two consultations on two draft Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) amending the Commission’s Implementing Regulation on supervisory reporting with regard to the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) and the Leverage Ratio (LR). The proposed amendments follow the Commission’ Delegated Acts specifying the LCR and the LR respectively. The consultation on the amendments to the LCR reporting will run until 10 February 2015 and the one on the amendments to the LR reporting will run until 27 January 2015.

    16/12/2014 - News

  • EBA consults on treatment of mortgage borrowers in arrears

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today a consultation paper on draft Guidelines on arrears and foreclosure under the Mortgage Credit Directive (MCD). As foreclosure can have significant consequences for consumers, creditors should implement measures to attempt to resolve with the borrower any payment difficulties before initiating foreclosure proceedings. These draft Guidelines will ensure that such measures are developed and adopted consistently across the European Union. The public consultation will run until 12 February 2015.

    12/12/2014 - News

  • EBA consults on creditworthiness assessment under the MCD

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today a consultation paper on draft Guidelines on creditworthiness assessments under the Mortgage Credit Directive (MCD). These draft Guidelines provide details on how creditors across the EU should assess and verify consumers’ creditworthiness before concluding credit agreements for immovable residential properties. The consultation will run until 12 February 2015.

    12/12/2014 - News

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