Rules and guidance

  1. Laws and regulations adopted by each Member State to implement the provisions of the Directive 2013/36/EU and Regulation (EU) No 575/2013. These texts outline the basic legislative and regulatory framework for supervised credit institutions and investment firms.
  2. Administrative rules. The term "administrative rules" is used in a variety of ways in different contexts. For the purposes of supervisory disclosure it refers to documents that instruct supervised entities on how to satisfy certain legislative and regulatory requirements.
  3. General guidance. This includes explicit disclosure requirements from the Directive 2013/36/EU, and explanations deemed necessary to set out how the rules should be applied by institutions. General guidance also includes any other relevant information that competent authorities may choose to release in order to improve the understanding of the new capital adequacy framework.

Lists for the calculation of capital requirements for credit risk

Laws, regulations and administrative rules

Directive 2013/36/EUSpreadsheet .xls
Model ApprovalSpreadsheet .xls
Specialised lendingSpreadsheet .xls
Credit risk mitigationSpreadsheet .xls
Pillar 3Spreadsheet .xls
Waivers for the application of prudential requirementsSpreadsheet .xls
Qualifying holdings in a credit institutionSpreadsheet .xls
Regulatory and financial reportingSpreadsheet .xls