March 5 2020
SRB Consultation Paper on changes to its MREL policy under the 2019 Banking Package
GBIC has answered the Single Resolution Board's (SRB) consultation on changes to its MREL policy.Mehr
March 3 2020
Comment letter to EBA benchmarking due to Article 78 CRD IV
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published the draft of the revised Implementation Standard (ITS) for the annual benchmarking exercise according to Art. 78 CRD IV in December 2019.Mehr
March 2 2020
Comments on residual credit insurance on the occasion of the EIOPA roundtable “Mortgage life and...
The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) issued an opinion on the EIOPA round table "Mortgage life and other credit protection insurance sold through banks" on March 5, 2020.Mehr
February 24 2020
EBA Consultation Paper on ITS on disclosure and reporting of MREL and TLAC
GBIC has answered the European Banking Authority's (EBA) consultation on technical implementation standard (ITS) on disclosure and reporting of MREL and TLAC.Mehr
February 21 2020
Draft Regulatory Technical Standards on the criteria to define managerial responsibility and control...
As outlined in the revised RTS for consultation as well as in the EBA Peer Review Report published in mid-January 2020, the RTS aim to end the current heterogeneity in the identification of risk takers within the EU by formulating clear and generally...Mehr
December 27 2019
GBIC Comments on the implementation of the final Basel III reform into EU law
GBIC has answered the European Commission’s consultation on implementing the final Basel III reforms into EU law.Mehr
November 28 2019
Position paper of DK and several German associations on the Proposal for a Directive on collective...
Together with the leading associations of the German economy, GBIC has published a position paper on the current Council text of the Finnish Council Presidency on the directive on representative actions for the protection of the collective interests...Mehr
November 28 2019
Comments on EBA discussion paper on a STS framework for synthetic securitisations
German Banking Industry Committee and True Sale International are supporting a STS framework for synthetic securitisations in their joint comments on the EBA discussion paper.Mehr
November 11 2019
Commission targeted consultation document: Alternative Standardised Approach for Market Risk
The German banking industry committee (GBIC) comments on the consultation paper of the EU Commission. GBIC answers EU-KOM’s questions on selected topics of the FRTB standardised approach for market risk, in particular on the calculation of capital...Mehr
October 30 2019
Comments on EBA Draft guidelines on the determination of the weighted average maturity (WAM) of...
Guidelines on the determination of the weighted average maturity (WAM) of contractual payments due under the tranche.Mehr
October 23 2019
German Banking industry committee (GBIC) on the Proposal for a Directive on representative actions...
The German banking industry committee has commented on the directive proposal and the amendments proposed by the Finnish Council Presidency.Mehr
August 21 2019
German Banking Industry Committee supports transitional period for strong customer authentication of...
GBIC stated against the backdrop of today’s announcement by the BaFin of transitional arrangements for the authentication of online card payments that banks have almost completed their preparations for the implementation of strong customer...Mehr
August 8 2019
GBIC Comments on Consultative Document: Consolidated Basel Framework (BCBS 462)
DK comments on the Basel Consultation Paper on the Consolidated Framework.Mehr
July 29 2019
German Banking industry committee (GBIC) position on the ESMA Consultation Paper on Guidelines for...
The comments of the German Banking Industry Committee deals with all questions of the ESMA consultation concerning the reporting of securities financing transactions.Mehr
July 3 2019
EFRAG consultation on Equity Instruments – Research on Measurement
EFRAG has published a questionnaire to explore alternative accounting treatments for long-term equity instruments under IFRS. The German Banking Industry Committee does no see a need at present to discuss this topic resp. for changes to IFRS 9. It...Mehr