Policies

Policies | 20 November 2018
The Single Resolution Board (SRB), together with the Banking Union national resolution authorities (NRAs) publishes its 2018 policy statement on the minimum requirement for own funds and eligible liabilities (MREL), which serves as a basis for setting binding consolidated MREL targets for banks...
Policies | 30 October 2018
The Common Backstop to the Single Resolution Fund was agreed in principle by Member States in 2013 and will enhance the credibility of the resolution framework in the Banking Union. The ESM was agreed as the provider of the Common Backstop by the Euro Summit in June 2018. The Common Backstop would...
Policies | 20 June 2018
On 19 June 2019, the SRB’s Appeal Panel rendered decisions in cases 44 to 54/17, 56/17 and 1 and 7/18. The cases relate to requests for access to documents in the aftermath of the resolution of Banco Popular Español, pursuant to Article 90(1) SRMR and Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001. Following a first...
Policies | 17 April 2018
The SRB has cooperated closely with the EBA with regard to the reporting on resolution as of 2019, in particular for the Liability Data Report (LDR). Version 2.8 of the reporting framework as published by EBA also contains the minimum framework established in EBA’s Implementing Technical Standard (...
Policies | 19 January 2018
For the 2018 Liability Data Reporting process, the SRB has finalised the following documents which were published in their draft version on October 31st 2017 on the LDR section of the SRB website: Liability Data report Q&A – this document reflects both the feedback on questions received in Q4...
Policies | 22 September 2016
The Single Resolution Board (SRB) has published its Introduction to Resolution Planning. This publication describes the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) and its work on resolution planning. A resolution plan comprises a comprehensive description of a banking group as well as credible and feasible...

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