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Category: Banking Supervision and Accounting

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17 January 2018
Comments on the first ECB public consultation on developing a euro unsecured overnigh ..

The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC/DK) is pleased to participate in the first public consultation on developing a euro ...

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20 December 2017
Comments on the proposal of the European Commission for a review of the ESAs’ framewo ..

The German Banking Industry Committee takes note of the review and reform of the European supervisory system comprising EBA, ESMA ...

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19 December 2017
GBIC comments on significant risk transfer (securitisations)

After finalising the new securitisation regulation, EBA has launched a consultation on significant risk transfer. The consultation deals basically with ...

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8 December 2017
Addendum to the ECB Guidance to banks on nonperforming loans

The ECB has published an addendum to its guidance on nonperforming loans in October which describes the quantiative expectations of ...

Press release

8 December 2017
Association of German Banks welcomes European approach to Basel III

The European Commission announced yesterday that it would carry out an impact assessment to evaluate the precise effects of the ...

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30 November 2017
Consultation of EU Commission concerning „prudential backstops“

The EU Commission has published its ideas concerning the implementation of “prudential backstops”.

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22 November 2017
Ossig: Basel III mustn’t handicap European banks

The ongoing Basel talks mustn’t lead to European banks ultimately being handicapped. This is the message from the Association ...

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30 August 2017
The German Banking Industry Committee on the Survey by the Bundesbank and BaFin of th ..

The reports published by the Deutsche Bundesbank and the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) on August 30, 2017 on ...

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11 July 2017
Kemmer: Avoid inconsistencies in the action plan on NPLs

Michael Kemmer, General Manager of the Association of German Banks, on today’s meeting of EU finance ministers (ECOFIN) on ...

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28 November 2016
Basel IV – don’t place European banks at a disadvantage: content more important than ..

Banking associations in the two major nations France and Germany have sounded the alarm in a joint letter to Federal ...

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24 November 2016
Association of German Banks considers the reform of banking rules a step in the right ..

“At first glance, the European Commission’s legislative proposal for reforming banking rules meets the needs of the European economy ...

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7 November 2016
Association of German Banks’ president Peters on Basel rules: good solution more impo ..

“A strong economy needs a strong banking sector,” said Hans-Walter Peters, president of the Association of German Banks and spokesman ...

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30 July 2016
2016 stress test results: German banks resilient despite tough stress criteria

The stress test conducted by the European Banking Authority (EBA) shows that German banks are basically robust and resilient. This ...

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20 July 2016
Stress test: neither an all-purpose weapon nor a placebo

“Any bank stress test can only deliver a diagnosis – the therapy and healing process are the responsibility of others,” said ...

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6 July 2016
European banks concerned about Basel IV proposals

The new rules planned by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision to finalise Basel III – known as ‘Basel IV’ – would ...

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21 June 2016
French Banking Federation and Association of German Banks express their concern about ..

Basel IV: French and German banking federations meet French Finance Minister Michel Sapin and express concerns on the risks for ...

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25 January 2016
Basel IV plans for new capital requirements go too far

“German banks have hugely improved their capital ratios and thus their resilience in recent years. The Basel IV plans now ...

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