June 17 2019
IASB Exposure Draft ED/2019/1 Bechmark Reform
IASB proposes changes to IAS 39 and IFRS 9 due to possible effects of the IBOR reform. GBIC basically agrees with the proposals but advocates also for reliefs concerning retrospective effectiveness testing and dynamic hedging according to IAS 39.Mehr
May 23 2019
Italian-German Dialogue on Financial Services: a 10-point agenda from FeBAF and DK
The 10-point agenda was discussed today during the 4th round of the Italian-German Dialogue on Financial Services between the Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation (FeBAF, to whom 13 financial associations in Italy adhere) and the DK (...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
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 25 2018
EFRAG Discussion Paper Equity instruments – Impairment and Recycling
EFRAG has published a discussion paper where alternative rules for accounting of equity instruments according to IFRS 9 (FV-OCI) are discussed ...Mehr
September 1 2016
Comments on the European Commission proposal for a directive amending the Fourth Anti-Money...
The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC) would like to take the reopened debate on creation of an optimal anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CFT) framework as an opportunity to input its own experience and ideas.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