Questions to the ECB and SRB


In accordance with Rule 131 and 131a of the Rules of Procedure, any member may put questions for written answer to the European Central Bank, to the Chair of the Supervisory Board (concerning the Single Supervisory Mechanism) and to the Chair of the Single Resolution Board (concerning the Single Resolution Mechanism). The guidelines laid down in Annex II to the Rules of Procedure must be followed.

Follow-up to question on Carige and BlackRock

28-05-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)638698 PE638.698v01-00
ECON

Marco ZANNI

Non-performing loans and bower repayments in restructured loans

22-05-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)638632 PE638.632v01-00
ECON

Matt CARTHY

Credibility of the Bail-In Regime

10-05-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)638488 PE638.488v01-00
ECON

Markus FERBER

Risks stemming from non-eligibility of unsecured UK bank bonds after Brexit

10-05-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)638567 PE638.567v01-00
ECON

Sven GIEGOLD

Blackrock and Banca Carige

12-04-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)637562 PE637.562v01-00
ECON

Marco ZANNI

ECB seeking to mitigate the effects of negative returns on its deposits

12-04-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)637563 PE637.563v01-00
ECON

Miguel VIEGAS

Γραπτές ερωτήσεις προς την ΕΚΤ και το ΕΣΕ το 2019

12-04-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)637564 PE637.564v01-00
ECON

Nikolaos CHOUNTIS

Effect of buy-back policy unproven

20-03-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)637185 PE637.185v01-00
ECON

Auke ZIJLSTRA

Banks delaying loss recognition using IAS 39

20-03-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)637186 PE637.186v01-00
ECON

Luke Ming FLANAGAN

Question concerning NORD/LB

18-03-2019 ECON_QZ(2019)634810 PE634.810v02-00
ECON

Marco ZANNI