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
March 20 2018
GBIC comments on the homogeneity of underlying exposures in securitisations
EBA has consulted a regulatory technical standard (RTS) on the homogeneity of underlying exposures in securitisations, based on its mandate in the recently published STS-regulation. In order to benefit from less harsh capital requirements,...Mehr
March 20 2018
GBIC comments on ESMA’s consultation on disclosure requirements under the STS-Regulation
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) consulted draft technical standards on disclosure requirements and operational standards under the Securitisation Regulation. Please find the comments of the German Banking Industry Committee on...Mehr
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.Mehr
April 19 2016
Guidelines on implicit support under Article 248(2) of Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 (EBA/CP/2016/1)
The EBA provides a guideline for the explanation of the normal market conditions and when a business is structured so that there is no credit support.Mehr
July 8 2013
Comments by the German Banking Industry Committee on ED/2013/3 Financial Instruments: Expected...
The German Banking Industry Committee welcomes the proposed expected credit loss approach submitted by the IASB which fundamentally addresses the widely criticised shortcomings of the incurred loss model. In this regard, we support the IASB’s credit...Mehr
April 10 2013
Comments by the German Banking Industry Committee on the Exposure Draft "Classification and...
With this Exposure Draft, the IASB has picked up on various points of criticism regarding the already finalised IFRS 9 (2009/2010). The key change is the proposed introduction of the FVTOCI category. The IASB has stated that such a category would...Mehr