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Matías Daniel Cabrera
Matías Daniel Cabrera

Senior Economist

Matias Cabrera is an Economist in the Regulation and Public Policies unit at BBVA Research.

 

Before that, he was a pre-doctoral researcher at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, focusing on topics such as bank regulation, systemic and sovereign risk. He presented his works at several academic Conferences. Additionally, he taught several courses in the same institution, e.g. Financial Economics, Bank Management and Introduction to Financial Accounting.

 

He obtained his BSc. in Economics from Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina) in 2009. He also holds a MSc. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (2012). Currently, he is finishing his doctoral dissertation in the same institution.


Latest Publications

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update 15 June 2018

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EBA issues consultation and opinion regarding SCA and CSC under PSD2. SRB receives final Valuation 3 report on resolution of Banco Popular. BdE adopts a series of guidelines issued by EBA. BoE publishes several policy statements on resolution and MREL. Finally, FRB publishes final rule on limits to concentration risks.

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Regulatory reform in the USA: From words to deeds

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Since Donald Trump took office in 2017, the United States has embarked on a process of easing and recalibration of its financial regulation. While this process will not entail a dismantling of its regulatory framework, it is certainly the largest overhaul made since the last financial crisis.

Geographies:USA

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update 8 June 2018

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FSB consults on TLAC implementation and publishes review of bank resolution planning. ECB signs MoU with SRB to share information. ESMA publishes risk dashboard. BdE keeps its countercyclical capital buffer unchanged. BoE receives assessment on resolution arrangements. US Agencies issue joint consultation on Volcker Rule.

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From words to action: Recent regulatory reforms in the U.S.

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The U.S. has embarked in path to ease its financial regulation. The process includes a revision of certain rules by regulators, and also a major legislative change that provides relief for the industry. Overall, these changes seek to make the framework more efficient. But the process should respect global standards to preserve financial stability and a level playing field.

Geographies:USA

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update 1 June 2018

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EBA and ESMA issue a joint communication on financial instruments used for resolution held by retail investors. EBA issues ITS on supervisory disclosure. ESMA issues guide regarding anti-procyclicality margin measures for CCPs. CNMV adopts guidelines to assess suitability of management body members. Finally, FRB issues proposal to amend the Volcker Rule.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update 25 May 2018

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Council agrees general position on the banking package. EC issues a proposal for regulation on SBBS and concrete actions on sustainable finance. EBA consults on technical standards and guidelines to quantify downturns for LGD, and updates OSIIs list. Spanish Economy Ministry consults on sandbox proposal. U.S. Congress passes a financial regulation relief Bill.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update 18 May 2018

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Highlights: BCBS and IOSCO issue criteria to identify STC securitisations, and standards for their capital treatment. EIOPA launches EU-wide stress test. CNMV consults on disclosure models for financial reports. BdE consults on draft circular regarding the comparability of fees. Finally, U.S. agencies issue proposed rulemaking regarding Current Expected Credit Losses.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 11 May 2018

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Highlights: FSB consults on compensation data reporting. ESAs consult on amendments to EMIR. EBA issues statement on the implementation of Basel III and publishes results of CVA risk monitoring exercise. ESMA updates DVC data. CNMV publishes Q&A for fintechs, and suspends certain waivers on pre-trade transparency requirements.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 4 May 2018

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Highlights: ECB released its fifth Macroprudential Bulletin. ECB also launched EU financial integration report. ECB and BoE created a working group for Brexit risks. BdE published their biannual financial stability report. Finally, on the U.S. the OCC adopted rule to increase appraisal threshold for commercial real estate transactions.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 27 April 2018

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Highlights: BCBS issues progress report on the adoption of the Basel framework. EBA consults on STS and NPE guidelines. ESRB publishes report on macroprudential policy. BdE consults on public and confidential financial information. Spanish Ministry of Economy issues report on the future of the EMU. BoE implements reforms of interest rate benchmark (SONIA).

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 20 April 2018

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Highlights: FSB publishes toolkit to mitigate misconduct risk. EBA consults on guidelines regarding exposures to high risks. EC asks for feedback on extending transition for requirements on exposures to CCPs. ESMA publishes negative opinion on AMF’s proposal. PRA publishes its business plan. US Agencies consult on a phase-in period for the new CECL accounting standards.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 13 April 2018

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Highlights: CPMI & IOSCO issue guidelines for CCP stress test. ECB consults on cyber resilience. ESAs issue risks and vulnerabilities report. EBA issues remuneration practices report. Spanish Congress passes law on whistleblowers. FRB consults on simplifications to capital rules and stress tests. FRB and OCC consult on changes to enhanced supplementary leverage ratio.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 6 April 2018

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Highlights: ECB issues annual report on supervision and a consultation on guidelines to internal models. EBA issues a consultation on guidelines for PSD2. ESMA prohibites binary options and issues a series of reports, and guidelines for trade repositories. BdE publishes a report on banking supervision. BoE and FCA issue statements on the regulatory approach after Brexit.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 16 March 2018

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Highlights: EC presented a proposal for Regulation on non-performing loans (NPLs). ECB published supervisory expectations for provisioning NPLs. EC publishes three proposals to develop Capital Markets Union. ESAs publishes report on Big Data. Finally, EBA launched its roadmap on FinTech

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 9 March 2018

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Highlights: FSB published Global Shadow Banking monitoring report. BCBS published Basel III monitoring report. IOSCO consulted to help trading venues manage extreme volatility. ECB consulted on ICAAP & ILAAP guidelines. EBA published CRD IV/CRR monitoring exercise. Finally, EC published action plans for Fintech and Sustainable finance.

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