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The EBA 2014 Annual Report

The European Banking Authority (EBA) issues its 2014 Annual Report, which provides a detailed account of all the work accomplished in the past year and anticipates the key areas of focus in the coming years. The report highlights the crucial role played by EBA in safeguarding the integrity and stability of the EU banking sector and highlights the significant progress achieved in developing the Single Rulebook.


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  • EBA presents advice on criteria and capital treatment for securitisation

    The EBA presents its recommendations on a European Union (EU) framework for qualifying securitisations at a public hearing held in London today. The European Commission had requested in 2014 the EBA to advise on criteria for identifying a prudentially sound securitisation market and its regulatory treatment. The EBA, as one of the specialised EU agencies in banking and financial regulation, will deliver the opinion to the EC in early July and today’s hearing is intended to give advance information of its findings to market participants.

    26/06/2015 - News

  • EBA issues amended technical standards on reporting of liquidity coverage ratio

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today its updated Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting of liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) for EU credit institutions. The ITS include templates and instructions to update the LCR reporting framework following the Commission's adoption of the Delegated Act on the liquidity coverage requirement on 10 October 2014. As part of the EU Single Rulebook in the banking sector, these standards aim at harmonising reporting of the LCR across the EU by providing credit institutions with uniform templates and instructions.

    24/06/2015 - Press releases

  • Joint Committee launches discussion on PRIIPs key information documents

    The Joint Committee of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) – EBA, EIOPA and ESMA – has published today a Technical Discussion Paper on risk, performance scenarios and cost disclosures for Key Information Documents (KIDs) for packaged retail and insurance-based investment products (PRIIPs). The Joint Committee is looking for feedback from all concerned stakeholders by 17 August 2015.

    23/06/2015 - News

  • EBA updates on consumer trends in 2015

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today its fourth annual Consumer Trends Report. The report, which covers all the products that fall into the EBA’s consumer protection mandate, such as mortgages, personal loans, deposits, payment accounts, payment services and electronic money, highlights the trends the EBA has observed with these products in 2015 and the issues that may arise, or have arisen, for consumers buying them. It also provides early indications as to the areas in which the EBA may take action going forward. In addition, the report summarises all the measures the EBA has taken to address these issues.

    18/06/2015 - Press releases

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