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.Mehr
February 8 2018
Berlin Group publishes Version 1.0 of the NextGenPSD2 Framework
Today, the Berlin Group has published Version 1.0 of the NextGenPSD2 Access to Accounts (XS2A) framework that enables Third Party Providers (TPPs) to access bank accounts under the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2). Version 1.0 integrates...Mehr
June 13 2017
A single European standard for accessing bank accounts
NextGenPSD2 Initiative, a dedicated taskforce of the Berlin Group, today announced the creation of an open, common and harmonised European API (Application Programming Interface) standard to enable Third Party Providers (TPPs) to access bank accounts...Mehr
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.Mehr
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...Mehr
October 12 2016
GBIC’s response to the EBA Consultation Paper “EBA-CP-2016-11"
The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) welcomes the EBA consultation paper and the opportunity offered to provide feedback on the future draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) on strong customer authentication (SCA) and secure communication...Mehr
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.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
December 2 2013
Comments by Die Deutsche Kreditwirtschaft (German Banking Industry Committee)1 on the proposal of...
From the viewpoint of the Deutsche Kreditwirtschaft, some of the changes to the EU Payment Services Directive proposed by the European Commission still need considerable improvement.Mehr