Prudential Regulation Review


Prudential Regulation Review

March 2018

Key highlights

  • Non-performing loans (NPLs) remained high on the European agenda. Daniele Nouy, Chair of the Supervisory Board of the ECB, mentioned them as a continuing challenge in her speech on European banking, while the EC published a proposal for statutory prudential provisioning backstops for newly non-performing loans. The EBA also published a consultation on its Guidelines for credit institutions on how to effectively manage non-performing exposures (NPEs) and forborne exposures (FBEs).
  • The EC published its Action Plan on sustainable finance. It is proposing to incorporate sustainability into prudential requirements and put in place a unified EU classification system to define sustainability, create an EU “green label” for financial products deemed sustainable, and identify the areas where sustainable investment can make the biggest impact.
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Other topics covered

  • Capital (including macro prudential and stress testing)
  • Liquidity
  • Governance and risk management (including remuneration)
  • Crisis management (including special resolution, systemically important firms, and business continuity)
  • Regulatory perimeter
  • Rethinking the domestic and international architecture for regulation
  • Disclosure, valuation and accounting
  • Central Bank of Ireland

EMEA Centre of Regulatory Strategy

If you would like to contact a member of the EMEA Centre for Regulatory Strategy then please click on the below links:

Rod Hardcastle - Director, Centre for Regulatory Strategy UK

John Andrews - Senior Manager, Centre for Regulatory Strategy UK

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