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February 5 2021

Comments on EBA Discussion Paper on management and supervision of ESG risks for credit institutions...

GBIC welcomes, in general, EBA's commitment to establish a unified European framework with uniform definitions regarding the topic of ESG. From the point of view of GBIC, the principle of proportionality as a fundamental principle in Pillar II should...

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December 17 2020

Draft Delegated Regulation establishing technical screening criteria for the first two environmental...

The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) participated in the public consultation of the European Commission on its draft Delegated Regulation establishing technical screening criteria for the first two environmental objectives of the EU Taxonomy...

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April 16 2019

German Banking Industry Committee: EU banking package major contribution to stabilising European...

The European Parliament today adopted the so-called ‘banking package’ broadly amending cornerstones of banking regulation.

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June 21 2018

DK on the planned amendment of MiFID II

The German Banking Industry Committee (DK) commented on the planned amendment of MiFID II ...

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November 30 2016

GBIC: Further strengthen global economic and financial resilience

The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) welcomes it that, under the new German presidency, the G20 aims to further strengthen the resilience of economies and financial markets in 2017 as well.

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November 29 2016

OTC - derivatives

Comments of the German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) on the consultative Report Harmonisation of critical OTC derivatives data elements (other than UTI and UPI) – second batch.

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November 18 2016

Comment on the Discussion Paper on the trading obligation for derivatives under MiFIR

The German Banking Industry is grateful for the opportunity to comment on ESMA ́s discussion paper on the trading obligation for derivatives under MiFIR.

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Comments on the ECB Draft Guidance to banks on non-performing loans

In September 2016, the ECB issued draft guidance for consultation on how banks should deal with non-performing loans (NPLs).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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November 4 2016

The German Banking Industry Committee welcomes Esther de Lange’s report on the planned European...

The report by Esther de Lange, MEP and member of the European People’s Party, on the European Deposit Insurance Scheme is basically a step in the right direction in the view of the German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC). GBIC welcomes the fact that...

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October 24 2016

Comments to the consultation of the European Commission on the review of the EU macro-prudential...

The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) took part in the consultation of the European Commission on the review of the EU macro-Prudential policy framework. The consultation took place to gather feedback and evidence on whether the existing EU...

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September 15 2016

GBIC on Basel IV negotiations: great danger of German banks being placed at a considerable...

The member associations of the German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) warn that the ongoing Basel IV negotiations could place German banks at a considerable disadvantage.

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July 29 2016

Comments on the EBA Discussion Paper on innovative uses

The Deutsche Kreditwirtschaft participates on consultation of the European Banking Authority (EBA) for innovative usability of consumer data.

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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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February 25 2016

New GBIC expert opinion: leverage ratio sets serious perverse incentives

A leverage ratio will not make the financial system more stable. On the contrary, an inflexible instrument of this kind sets dangerous perverse incentives. This is the conclusion of a new expert opinion commissioned by the member associations of the...

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