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November 8, 2019

Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 8 November 2019

Weekly update with the most relevant news on financial regulation.

February 1, 2016

Financial Regulation Outlook. February 2016

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 verifi…

November 2, 2015

Financial Regulation Outlook. November 2015

This month we focus on: What to expect from Antalya’s G20 Summit?, Banking conduct and culture, Setting in motion the Capital Markets Union, BRRD: Overview of the EBA’s level 2 legislation, Single Supervisory Mechanism and Payment services and financial inclusion.

November 2, 2015

Single Supervision Mechanism (SSM): first year's stock

In the coming days, it will be commemorated the first year of the beginning SSM's.

May 29, 2015

Financial Regulation Outlook. May 2015

This month we focus on: Basel updates progress in Basel III implementation, Europe's Bank Structural Reform, endorsing macroprudential policies, Capital Markets Union, the first six months of European banking supervision, the new resolution tools and liquidity provision and a Digital Single Market strategy for Europe.

April 29, 2015

Financial Regulation Outlook. April 2015

This month we focus on: Basel reviews the standardised approach for credit risk, FSB's financial reform agenda, Mexico’s RCAP Review, the Single Resolution Board’s kick-off, the IMF Financial Stability Report and ECB annual report on supervisory activities.

February 26, 2015

Regulation Outlook. February 2015

This month we focus on: the Green Paper on Capital Markets, where do we stand on bank structural reform, Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM), the next step on resolution and virtual currencies.

June 23, 2014

New payments and contributions in the institutional context of the Banking Union

The Banking Union requires financial institutions to support the administrative cost of the new institutions and finance the new resolution fund. Current regulatory debate is focused on how to define a methodology to compute these new payments and charge them to banks. For banks this new reality implies new costs, however e…