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
January 30 2019
DK comments on EBA’s Consultation Paper on Draft ITS amending Commission Implementing Regulation...
DK comments on the above-mentioned EBA consultation paper. The EBA changes the ITS requirements in both the credit risk and market risk areas. The exercise is relevant for institutions with IRB models or IMA models (market risk models) in Pillar I.Mehr
December 3 2018
Agreement reached on the EU Banking Package on the finishing straight
The German Banking Industry Committee welcomes the fact that the negotiations on what is referred to as the “Banking Package” have recently gained significant depth and momentum and that an important agreement on key issues has been reached at...Mehr
June 6 2018
Comments on the Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the...
The European Commission published its Proposal for a Directive on credit servicers, credit purchasers and the recovery of collateral ...Mehr
May 25 2018
Comments on the European Commission’s proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and the...
The European Commission (COM) published a proposal for a Regulation on amending Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 as regards minimum loss coverage for non-performing exposures on 14 March 2018 ...Mehr
May 15 2018
Comments on the European Commission's initiative on an integrated covered bond framework
The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) has commented on the EU-Commission’s proposal for a Directive on the issue of covered bonds and covered bond public supervision & on a proposal for a Regulation on amending Regulation (EU) 575/2013 as...Mehr
April 12 2018
Comments on the European Commission’s “Exploratory consultation on the finalisation of Basel III”
On March 16th 2018 the European Commission startet it's first "Exploratory consultation" on the finalisation of Basel III. The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC/DK) is pleased to participate in the Commission’s initiative.Mehr
October 11 2017
German Banking Industry Committee rejects current EU Commission proposals to create a uniform...
The European Commission's discussion paper published today on the completion of the Banking Union with a European Deposit Insurance Scheme (EDIS) represents only marginal progress, according to the German Banking Industry Committee. In the opinion of...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
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
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.Mehr
June 24 2016
Proportionality in the future market risk capital requirements and the review of the original...
On 26 May 2106, the European Commission published a consultation document on Proportionality in the future market risk capital requirements and the review of the original exposure method.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
February 4 2016
German Banking Industry Committee critical of unnecessary regulatory burdens
In its response to a consultation by the European Commission, the German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) criticises “unnecessary burdens” arising from new banking regulation. The costs generated by implementing the regulatory requirements pose a...Mehr
November 9 2013
Comments regarding the European Commission's proposal for a regulation on indices used as benchmarks...
The European Commission's legislative proposal is of great importance because indices play a significant role for a multitude of financial instruments and financial contracts. In view of their key economic importance as credence goods and in the...Mehr