The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today the results of the 2018 EU-wide stress test, which involved 48 banks from 15 EU and EEA countries, covering broadly 70% of total EU banking sector assets. The adverse scenario has an impact of -395 bps on banks' CET1 fully loaded capital ratio (-410 bps on a transitional basis), leading to a 10.1% CET1 capital ratio at the end of 2020 (10.3% on a transitional basis). The objective of the exercise is to assess, in a consistent way, the resilience of banks to a common set of adverse shocks. The results are an input to the supervisory decision-making process and promote market discipline.
Commission - Press release European Brussels, 29 October 2018 The European Union makes 23 new commitments at the 5th edition of Our Ocean conference, in Bali, Indonesia for better governance of the oceans. The European Commission has announced €300 million of EU-funded initiatives, which include projects to tackle plastic pollution,...
The European Banking Authority (EBA) acknowledged today the adoption by the European Commission of the Implementing Regulation on the procedures and standard forms and templates for the provision of information for the purposes of resolution plans for credit institutions and investment firms, repealing Regulation (EU) 2016/1066. The Implementing Regulation, which is based on the final draft Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on the provision of information for resolution plans submitted by the EBA in April 2018, was adopted by the Commission on 23 October 2018. Its publication in the EU Official Journal is still pending. The reporting requirements will apply as of 31 December 2018 (reporting framework v2.8).
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