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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 22 December 2017

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Highlights: ECB published its 2018 supervisory priorities, and issued a consultation on the assessment of internal models for counterparty risks. EBA issued consultations on internal models benchmarking, published impact assessments for LCR and the full Basel reform, and updated the quantitative analysis for MREL. Finally, SRB published its 2017 MREL policy statement.

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International Comparative of resolution frameworks

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Overview of different resolution frameworks: comparison between Europe, US, Latam and Japan.

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Bail-in, CoCos and TLAC – MPE perspective

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Bail-in and TLAC. Decentralized model and MPE.

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Europe: TLAC implementation and MREL review

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The European Commission has published its long awaited legislative proposal to amend both the prudential and the resolution frameworks in Europe. Regarding the latter, the proposal seeks to introduce TLAC for EU G-SIIs and amend MREL for other financial institutions.

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UK’s MREL proposal: alignment with TLAC in one ratio

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On 11 December 2015, the Bank of England published its approach on setting the MREL for all UK banks, building societies and certain investment firms. The consultation is open for comments until 11 March 2016. This analysis will provide a summary of the proposal, with a focus on an important feature of the document: the first implementation of the FSB's TLAC in Europe.

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Financial Regulation Outlook. February 2016

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This month we focus on: Council´s work programme, SRB priorities, SSM supervisory priorities, Maximum Distributable Amount (MDA), Capital Markets Union, Securitisation, European Deposit Insurance Scheme (EDIS), Europe’s financial transactions tax, Other Systemically Important Institutions in Europe y AML and identity verification.

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Financial Regulation Outlook. Special Edition: January 2016

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This month we focus on: China’s G20 presidency, from Basel III to Basel IV, sovereign risk regulation, challenges in resolution, shadow banking , micro- and macro-prudential supervision, ethics, culture & governance, digital regulation, regulatory impact analysis and european regulatory priorities for 2016.

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BRRD: Overview of the EBA’s level 2 regulation

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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 be applied by Member States of the EU.

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Financial Regulation Outlook. October 2015

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This month we focus on: Single Retail Financial Market, Basel III monitoring report, New European framework for securitisation, Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process, Liquidity in financial markets, Debt Subordination in Europe and Data Protection Regulation

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Financial Regulation Outlook. September 2015

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This month we focus on: FSB second annual report, Turkey's regulatory framework, macroprudential policy in the banking sector, business model analysis and governance, MREL and TLAC and payment systems.

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Financial Regulation Outlook. July 2015

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This month we focus on: lower capital charges for EU robust securitisation, the proposed IRRBB treatment, Credit Value Adjustments, the MREL guidelines for EU banks, the SREP methodology for supervision, BIS corporate governance principles for banks and the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

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EU loss-absorbing capacity requirement: final MREL guidelines

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On 3 July 2015, the EBA published the final technical standard on the criteria for determining the minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities for bail-in – the so-called MREL. With the MREL, European authorities seek to ensure that banks have enough liabilities to absorb losses in case of a bank’s failure. It will enter into force in 2016.

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MREL and TLAC: What are the consequences of breaching them?

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In November 2014, the FSB and the European authorities published the main features of their new loss-absorbing ratios, TLAC and MREL respectively. Despite having the same purpose, both ratios have significant divergences, which imply heterogeneous consequences and penalties when a bank breaches them.

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Compendium on Resolution Strategies: a multiple-point-of-entry view

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Achieving an effective resolution regime to resolve banks quickly, avoiding disturbances to the financial system, minimizing the use of public funds –thus protecting taxpayers–, and continuing the critical financial services that they provide is one of the main goals of authorities in the current regulatory reform. Authorities are developing a new resolution framework that set out the responsibilities and powers to enable them to resolve efficiently cross-border banks in trouble. In this sense, the FSB outlines two polar resolution approaches for resolving global banks: the Single Point of Entry (SPE) and Multiple Point of Entry (MPE) resolution strategies. The purpose of this compendium is to describe the main features of the Multiple Point of Entry resolution scheme

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The European MREL: main characteristics and TLAC similarities and differences

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On 28 November 2014, the EBA released the consultation paper on the criteria for determining the minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities for bail-in – the so-called MREL. With the MREL, European authorities will ensure that banks have enough liabilities to absorb losses in case of failure, and, therefore, shareholders and creditors should shoulder much of the recapitalisation burden, instead of tax-payers.

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