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Financial Regulation Outlook. Second Quarter 2017

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CRD V: State of play. MREL: Unresolved issues. NPL – ECB guidelines. Uncertainties surrounding Brexit. Innovation and regulation. Creating sustainable opportunities.

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1.CRD V: State of play

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Beginning of the negotiations in the Council and the Parliament. The presentation of the Commission’s proposal last November was only the first step in the legislative process of the European Union. Now, work is being developed in the Council and the Parliament, both of which need to reach an internal agreement before a final text can be agreed.

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2.MREL: Unresolved issues

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Parliament and Council negotiations. As of today, several topics regarding MREL are being hotly debated. Some are widely accepted such as the subordination proposal or the need to “grandfather” the new eligibility criteria. However, others are encountering more resistance such as the MREL-MDA relationship or the concept of MREL Guidance.

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3.NPL - ECB guidelines

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Among the identified sources of risks for the banking sector, heightened levels of non-performing loans stand out as one of the key supervisory priorities. Seeking to support banks to tackle this issue, the European Central Bank published a guidance to banks on NPLs. We provide an assessment on the content of this guidance and the effects for banks and the wider economy.

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4.Uncertainties surrounding Brexit

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Article 50 and the future EU-UK relationship. The process that will leave the UK outside the EU has formally started. But uncertainties on the future relationship and its consequences remain, as it is unclear if the UK will be able to strike a deal in two years.

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5.Innovation and regulation

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The need for a balanced framework. To take up the advantages of innovation, there is a need for a holistic approach that promotes new digital value propositions while protecting consumers and the financial system against the risks involved.

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6.Creating sustainable opportunities

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A lot of work to be done. There has been an increasing focus on sustainable finance and on the implications of climate change for financial stability since 2015.

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