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CRR/CRD: The delegated act on Market Risk under CRR and other forthcoming delegated act in banking

19-02-2020

This first ECON scrutiny session continues the ECON’s discussions on CRD/CRR during the previous legislature and covers in particular the delegated act on market risk (C(2019) 9068). In addition, two forthcoming regulatory technical standards (RTS) are discussed, namely the RTS on mapping of derivative transactions on which the EBA has finalised its draft (EBA-RTS-2019-02), and the RTS on criteria to define managerial responsibility and control functions on which the EBA has started a consultation ...

This first ECON scrutiny session continues the ECON’s discussions on CRD/CRR during the previous legislature and covers in particular the delegated act on market risk (C(2019) 9068). In addition, two forthcoming regulatory technical standards (RTS) are discussed, namely the RTS on mapping of derivative transactions on which the EBA has finalised its draft (EBA-RTS-2019-02), and the RTS on criteria to define managerial responsibility and control functions on which the EBA has started a consultation (EBA/CP/2019/16).

Finalisation of Basel III post-crisis reforms

12-12-2017

This note is mainly based on documents published by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) on 7 December 2017 under the header Finalising Basel III post-crisis reforms, namely the High-level summary of Basel III reforms and the full text of the reforms. EGOV has previously published a briefing specifically on the role of the BCBS.

This note is mainly based on documents published by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) on 7 December 2017 under the header Finalising Basel III post-crisis reforms, namely the High-level summary of Basel III reforms and the full text of the reforms. EGOV has previously published a briefing specifically on the role of the BCBS.

Feasibility check: transition to a new regime for banks’ sovereign exposure

30-11-2017

This note presents the summaries of two papers requested in June 2017 by the ECON Committee to external authors on “Feasibility check: transition to a new regime for banks’ sovereign exposure”. It also presents some relevant EU institutions’ position on the subject.

This note presents the summaries of two papers requested in June 2017 by the ECON Committee to external authors on “Feasibility check: transition to a new regime for banks’ sovereign exposure”. It also presents some relevant EU institutions’ position on the subject.

Orden de prelación de los acreedores de los bancos en caso de insolvencia

24-11-2017

Durante la sesión plenaria de noviembre II se votará una de las propuestas del paquete para la reforma bancaria de 2016, la que se ocupa del orden de prioridad de los instrumentos de deuda no garantizada en caso de insolvencia.

Durante la sesión plenaria de noviembre II se votará una de las propuestas del paquete para la reforma bancaria de 2016, la que se ocupa del orden de prioridad de los instrumentos de deuda no garantizada en caso de insolvencia.

Medidas para mitigar el impacto de la NIIF 9

24-11-2017

La votación de la propuesta legislativa sobre las disposiciones transitorias para atenuar los efectos de la norma internacional de información financiera (NIIF) 9 en el capital regulador de las instituciones financieras está prevista en la sesión plenaria de noviembre II. Estas disposiciones deberían entrar en vigor antes del comienzo de la aplicación obligatoria de la NIIF 9, el 1 de enero de 2018. Así pues, el Parlamento Europeo y el Consejo llegaron a un acuerdo para su adopción mediante un procedimiento ...

La votación de la propuesta legislativa sobre las disposiciones transitorias para atenuar los efectos de la norma internacional de información financiera (NIIF) 9 en el capital regulador de las instituciones financieras está prevista en la sesión plenaria de noviembre II. Estas disposiciones deberían entrar en vigor antes del comienzo de la aplicación obligatoria de la NIIF 9, el 1 de enero de 2018. Así pues, el Parlamento Europeo y el Consejo llegaron a un acuerdo para su adopción mediante un procedimiento rápido.

El Sistema Europeo de Supervisión Financiera (SESF)

01-11-2017

El Sistema Europeo de Supervisión Financiera (SESF) es un sistema de autoridades microprudenciales y macroprudenciales de múltiples niveles que incluye la Junta Europea de Riesgo Sistémico, las tres Autoridades Europeas de Supervisión y los supervisores nacionales. El SESF tiene como objetivo garantizar una supervisión financiera uniforme y coherente dentro de la Unión. En la actualidad este sistema de supervisión está experimentando cambios a raíz de la introducción de la unión bancaria y de la ...

El Sistema Europeo de Supervisión Financiera (SESF) es un sistema de autoridades microprudenciales y macroprudenciales de múltiples niveles que incluye la Junta Europea de Riesgo Sistémico, las tres Autoridades Europeas de Supervisión y los supervisores nacionales. El SESF tiene como objetivo garantizar una supervisión financiera uniforme y coherente dentro de la Unión. En la actualidad este sistema de supervisión está experimentando cambios a raíz de la introducción de la unión bancaria y de la salida del Reino Unido de la Unión.

Servicios financieros: principales actos legislativos

01-11-2017

La regulación y supervisión de los servicios financieros en la Unión ha recibido gran atención durante la crisis financiera mundial. En el período posterior a la crisis, la Unión emprendió una importante revisión de su política de los servicios financieros a fin de restablecer la estabilidad y la confianza en el sistema financiero. En los últimos años se han propuesto más de 40 nuevas medidas, gracias a iniciativas como la unión bancaria y la Unión de Mercados de Capitales. La reforma del sector ...

La regulación y supervisión de los servicios financieros en la Unión ha recibido gran atención durante la crisis financiera mundial. En el período posterior a la crisis, la Unión emprendió una importante revisión de su política de los servicios financieros a fin de restablecer la estabilidad y la confianza en el sistema financiero. En los últimos años se han propuesto más de 40 nuevas medidas, gracias a iniciativas como la unión bancaria y la Unión de Mercados de Capitales. La reforma del sector financiero es un proceso que todavía está en marcha.

Precautionary recapitalisations: time for a review

29-08-2017

This note provides a summary of 4 expert papers assessing the role of precautionary recapitalisation in the Banking Union.

This note provides a summary of 4 expert papers assessing the role of precautionary recapitalisation in the Banking Union.

Carving Out Legacy Assets: A Successful Tool for Bank Restructuring?

15-03-2017

This briefing drafted under supervision of the Economic Governance Support Unit reviews the options for a separation of non-performing and other problematic assets from the main business of a bank. This separation is essential for bank rehabilitation, though secondary loan markets are illiquid, and plagued by problems in valuation and information sharing. Independent asset management companies are therefore needed, in particular as a tool in resolution. The legal framework for such institutions should ...

This briefing drafted under supervision of the Economic Governance Support Unit reviews the options for a separation of non-performing and other problematic assets from the main business of a bank. This separation is essential for bank rehabilitation, though secondary loan markets are illiquid, and plagued by problems in valuation and information sharing. Independent asset management companies are therefore needed, in particular as a tool in resolution. The legal framework for such institutions should now be prepared.

Autor externo

Alexander Lehmann

Carving Out Legacy Assets: A Successful Tool for Bank Restructuring?

15-03-2017

This paper was drafted under supervision of the Economic Governance Support Unit. European banks have accumulated more than €1 trillion in non-performing loans (NPLs) on their balance sheets after the burst of the 2007-2009 great financial crisis. The NPLs pose a potential threat to bank stability in euro-area countries such as Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia, where more than 15% of the loans are non-performing. This paper assesses the effectiveness of the various resolution tools to ...

This paper was drafted under supervision of the Economic Governance Support Unit. European banks have accumulated more than €1 trillion in non-performing loans (NPLs) on their balance sheets after the burst of the 2007-2009 great financial crisis. The NPLs pose a potential threat to bank stability in euro-area countries such as Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia, where more than 15% of the loans are non-performing. This paper assesses the effectiveness of the various resolution tools to deal with legacy assets such as NPLs under the resolution framework. On the one hand, the on-balance sheet tools (no tools, sales of entire bank, and asset guarantees) and on the other hand, the tools that carve out the assets from the banks’ balances (selling part of the bank, bridge bank and asset separation) are assessed based on the experiences in the aftermath of the financial crisis. The figures for the 79 euro-area banks that received capital support between 2007 and 2016 show that the differences in bank viability as well as financial and economic stability are fairly similar across tools, except for the sale of the entire business and bridge banks. Taking also the costs (losses and recapitalisation) into account, asset management companies in particular, as well as bridge banks, guarantees and no specific resolution tools, seem under the current conditions to effectively deal with legacy assets such as NPLs.

Autor externo

Willem Pieter de Groen

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