Posts Tagged ‘ CRD IV ’

US finalises LCR rules, another EC leak

Sep 19th, 2014

The completion of the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) rules among various countries is proceeding, with the US releasing its final policy. On the euro front, another document was leaked, with most parameters remaining the same.

Finnish CRD IV/CRR legislation tabled, banks ‘well prepared’

Apr 24th, 2014

The Finnish Ministry of Finance presented proposals for the implementation of the CRD IV and CRR framework to parliament last Thursday (17 April), with the proposals in line with expectations, according to an official from the Federation of Finnish Financial Services.

ECBC pitches Label, A- covered LCR plan to EC

Apr 4th, 2014

CRR-compliant covered bonds rated at least A- should count toward liquidity buffers with the Covered Bond Label playing a role as a quality criterion under a new approach the European Covered Bond Council (ECBC) has suggested to the EC ahead of its final decision on LCRs.

Denmark details SIFIs requirements in new bank package

Oct 10th, 2013

The Danish government announced a new package of bank regulations today (Thursday), including details on the capital requirements for systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs).

Interview: Ane Arnth Jensen, Realkreditrådet

Jun 27th, 2013
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Ane Arnth Jensen, managing director of the Association of Danish Mortgage Banks (Realkreditrådet), spoke to Nordic FIs & Covered about regulatory issues that could impact Denmark’s system.

Standard & Poor’s sees longer term, CITA shift in Danish mortgage lending

Jun 27th, 2013

Standard & Poor’s expects a shift in the Danish mortgage market towards longer term and CITA-linked loans, despite questions about their popularity in light of the costs associated with such mortgage products.

ECBC in covered Level 1 call else ‘simply impossible’ for Danes

Oct 12th, 2012

Covered bonds should count as Level 1 assets under CRD IV, the ECBC argued in a position paper released on Monday, with this treatment particularly important for domestic covered bonds in Denmark as it would otherwise be “simply impossible” for the country’s financial institutions to fulfil LCR requirements.