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news | 6 November 2019
The SRB has set up a dedicated solution for raising questions on the Resolution Reporting. The Q&A process aims at providing support to National Resolution Authorities and institutions subject to the resolution reporting requirements. Details on how to raise questions and access the Q&A...
news | 30 September 2019
As communicated during the SRB Industry dialogue on June 18th 2019 , the SRB has today launched the process for the 2020 data collection cycle for Resolution Reporting. The details of the scope, content and deadlines for resolution reporting to the SRB are now available on the dedicated SRB webpage...
news | 23 September 2019
The definition of a bank’s size as small, medium or big is relative. The Banking Union (BU) established a definition for significant institutions and a dedicated framework. However, there are many other institutions as well as significant institutions, which are not small but for which resolution...
news | 15 October 2019
If the European Union’s motto is ‘United in Diversity’, then perhaps the Banking Union’s motto should be something along the lines of ‘Strength in Diversity’. The Banking Union is a diverse mosaic of small and complex financial institutions. In some states, the banking market is dominated by...
news | 14 August 2019
The Single Resolution Board and the European Commission have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in order to further strengthen their cooperation. The two authorities share the objectives of ensuring the orderly resolution of failing banks while protecting financial stability and ensuring that...
news | 2 July 2019
SRB Update on the Banco Popular Español Right To Be Heard Process In light of the questions received by the SRB via e-mail in relation to Valuation 3 and the ‘right to be heard’ process, the SRB would like to inform you that it is currently assessing the comments received from the shareholders and...
news | 7 May 2019
As the mandate of the current European Commission and Parliament draws to an end, it is worth reflecting on the progress made, as well as the priorities on the resolution framework for the next EU legislature. From the perspective of the Single Resolution Board (SRB), the finalisation of the...
news | 6 May 2019
Extensive literature exists on the benefits of financial integration and consolidation of banks. From the perspective of the Single Resolution Board, whose mandate focuses on achieving banks’ resolvability, having strong European banks is a natural aspiration. Where there is a solid business case,...
news | 24 May 2019
The SRB has the mandate to ensure resolvability of all the banks under its remit. The SRB expects all banks active in the Banking Union to meet a specific set of resolvability conditions. This position paper, published in November 2018, focuses on six main areas: MREL eligibility, internal loss...

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