March 13 2019
Comments on Revisions to leverage ratio disclosure requirements
The Basel Committee’s additional leverage ratio disclosure requirements are designed to reflect its concerns about “window-dressing”. The Basel Committee would like to see averaged values disclosed on the basis of values calculated daily. In the view...Mehr
March 9 2018
Comments on ESMA’s Response form for the Consultation Paper on draft RTS under the new Prospectus...
The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) comments the Key financial information in the summary on ESMA’s Response form for the Consultation Paper on draft RTS under the new Prospectus Regulation ...Mehr
September 14 2016
GBIC: Postpone the PRIIPs Regulation – threat of considerable legal uncertainty until all...
The member associations of the German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) warn of considerable legal uncertainty surrounding the planned introduction of standardised European key information documents for packaged retail and insurance-based investment...Mehr
July 22 2016
German Banking Industry Committee and Austrian Economic Chambers: Position paper on the...
The position paper by GBIC and WKO looks at individual aspects of the leverage ratio whose analysis is required under Article 511 of the CRR.Mehr
July 7 2016
Comments on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s consultative document on revisions to the...
The Deutsche Kreditwirtschaft give its opinion to Basels consultation documents for the definition of the Leverage Ratio. This definition is reworked on several places.Mehr
June 3 2016
Comments on Consultative Document on Standardised Measurement Approach for Operational Risk (BCBS...
In autumn 2015, the BCBS announced that it would withdraw the AMA for operational risk. It stated that the rationale for dropping the AMA would be explained in the BCBS’s new consultative document. In our view, however, the consultative document does...Mehr
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...Mehr