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Under BRRD 2, European banks’ MREL deficit is €112bn (63% attributable to O-SIIs and non-systemic banks) and €188bn lower than 2018 results, mostly explained by issuances of €194bn during 2018–2019. Erosion of profitability is now critical, with interest expense increasing 2.3-3.2%. Basel IV significantly increase needs.
The estimated MREL deficit for European banks based on three subordination scenarios would be 195 billion euros under the recommendation of the EBA, 301 billion euros according to the compromise text of the Council and 526 billion under a full subordination scenario. Therefore, the subordination requirement will be crucial …
Future trends in European banking regulation. Global regulatory framework. CRD V: state of play. Banking Union: barriers and other issues. European initiatives on NPLs. Resolution: lessons learned. CCPs in the post-Brexit era. Fintech keeps climbing up the political agenda.
Overview of different resolution frameworks: comparison between Europe, US, Latam and Japan.
Over recent weeks, the Eurozone has taken the necessary steps to ensure the effective functioning of the Single Resolution Mechanism from January 2016. The ratification of the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Single Resolution Fund (SRF) and the agreement on a bridge financing mechanism for the SRF are essential elements …
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.
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.