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Weekly update with most relevant news on financial regulation:
Weekly update with most relevant news on financial regulation:
Highlights: BCBS issues Basel III implementation progress report. EU Commission publishes recommendations for the EU’s next strategic agenda of 2019-2024 and a list of priorities for the next BRRD review under the new EU Commission. EMMI applies for authorization from FSMA on hybrid euribor methodology.
Highlights: NGFS issues first comprehensive report on climate change. EU Parliament approves legislative package for financial entities. BoE amends financial services legislation in the context of Brexit. PRA and FCA publish business plans for 2019/20. US Agencies consult on resolution planning and supplementing leverage ra…
Highlights: BCBS issues guidelines for the mapping process under SA. EU Council extends Art.50 process. Council of the EU adopts NPL reform. ECB presents 2018 SREP results. ESAs publish annual report. PRA consults on changes to the Branch Return Form. FRB consults on changes to the regulatory framework for foreign banks.
European banks hold sovereign debt on their balance sheet for multiple reasons. Firstly, sovereigns are eligible in order to comply with liquidity requirements. In addition, they can be used as collateral in the private repurchase markets ("repo") and to obtain funds from the central bank.
Highlights: ESAs issue report on risk and vulnerabilities. EBA issues clarifications for API under PSD2 and risk dashboard. ESMA launches CCP stress test. OJEU publishes equivalence decisions. BdE issues supervision report. CNMV issues Brexit information. FRB issues final rule on intraday credit to FBOs. US Agencies propose…
Highlights: BCBS issues follow-up report on Basel III implementation. ECB issues statement on securitizations, report on banking supervision, and macroprudential bulletin. EC and ESMA issue statements on adjustments for Brexit contingency plans. ESMA issues guidelines on clearing obligations under EMIR Refit. BdE maintains …