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November 15 2016

Comments on the ECB Draft Guidance to banks on non-performing loans

In September 2016, the ECB issued draft guidance for consultation on how banks should deal with non-performing loans (NPLs). German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) basically welcomes both the ECB’s plan to harmonise practices concerning the...

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September 27 2016

Comments on Guidelines on disclosure requirements under Part Eight of Regulation (EU) 575/2013...

It is our understanding that the draft guidelines are not intended as implementation in the EU of the first stage of the Basel Pillar 3 Review (BCBS 309). Instead, their purpose is merely to enable EU banks to reconcile existing CRR requirements with...

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August 10 2016

EBA Consultation paper (EBA/CP/2016/06)

The consultation paper mentions, that the EBA has no specific mandate to elaborate Guidelines on the LCR or on liquidity risk in general terms.

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July 22 2016

EBA RTS on the disclosure of encumered and unencumbered assets (EBA/CP/2016/05)

The European Banking Authority (EBA) consulted the draft of a regulatory standard to disclosure of loaded and unloaded financial assets. Textual the draft is about the development of the already current guideline.

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July 4 2016

BCBS Consultative Document

In the area of supervisory reporting, there are already requirements in form of the EBA ITS on supervisory reporting on forbearance and non-performing exposures implemented at European level by Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 680/2014, in...

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June 24 2016

German Banking Industry Committee regrets Brexit vote – German financial marketplace robust

The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC), made up of the five leading banking-sector associations, regrets the vote by the British people in favour of leaving the EU. The EU should now quickly establish clarity on how the Brexit negotiations are...

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June 24 2016

German Banking Industry Committee regrets Brexit vote – German financial marketplace robust

The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC), made up of the five leading banking-sector associations, regrets the vote by the British people in favour of leaving the EU. The EU should now quickly establish clarity on how the Brexit negotiations are...

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