Banking resolution latest publications
Reflection on the future of the Economic and Monetary Union. Reviewing the G-SIBs framework. Improving the supervisory regime. Assessment of the regulatory framework. CMU mid-term revision. US Treasury report. Fostering financial innovation and Resolution: At the moment of truth.
El artículo repasa la experiencia de los bancos españoles en América Latina, donde se han expandido mediante un modelo descentralizado, de filiales jurídicamente independientes, orientado al negocio minorista y con financiación local.
Latin America has ample experience in dealing with banking and financial crises. As a result of this the region has developed bank resolution regimes whose main goal is to deal with failures in an orderly way. The aim of this note is to analyse and describe the resolution regimes in Latin America and to compare their resol…
According to the BRRD mandate, the European Banking Authority (EBA) has released more than 35 technical standards and guidelines of a specialized nature and in order to clarify subjects of the BRRD. EBA’s role has been decisive in order to fully implement the BRRD; it has successfully implemented harmonized definitions to b…
In this working paper we explain the process of the construction of banking union, the most ambitious European project since the single currency. The project was launched in 2012 to send the markets a strong signal of unity in response to financial fragmentation and the risk of the break-up of the euro.
This month we focus on: The role of loss-absorbing debt, Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) “ready to fly”, New European data protection framework, EBA on Basel III Monitoring Exercise, Global initiatives to promote robust ABS gain momentum and New structure of the European Commission.
Critical shared services of MPE banks must be organised in a way that would permit the group to maintain critical services when other parts of the group enter into resolution. This is what has been termed as “effective operational subsidiarisation.”