IEU Euro & Finance Telegram 30 April 2019

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BANKING UNION: 

  • EU Commission adopts technical evaluation report on EU post-crisis rules for banks in difficulties +++ 

EBA: 

  • EBA sees significant improvement in the work of supervisory colleges in 2018 but efforts are still needed to enhance the risk assessment reports and the joint decisions +++ 

EMU: 

  • Invitation ZEW Lunch Debate: The EU and EMU Reforms: the Perspective of CEE Countries +++ 

ECB

  • ECB sets supervisory fees for 2019
  • ECB/2019/10 Decision of the ECB of 18 April 2019 on the total amount of annual supervisory fees for 2019
  • ECB: Results of the March 2019 survey on credit terms and conditions in euro-denominated securities financing and over-the-counter derivatives markets (SESFOD)
  • ECB: CON/2019/16 Opinion on participation in the Single Resolution Mechanism
  • ECB: Did the euro change the nature of FDI flows among member states?
  • ECB: The impact of global value chains on the euro area economy

CAPITAL MARKETS UNION

  • Bruegel: The EU financial services landscape after Brexit
  • DIW: Stability Implications of Financial Interconnectedness under the Capital Markets Union

ESMA

  • ESMA AGREES POSITION LIMITS UNDER MIFID II
  • ESMA publishes translations for Guidelines on internalised settlement reporting under Article 9 of CSDR
  • Notice of ESMA’s Product Intervention Renewal Decision in relation to contracts for differences
  • Library document - Belgian Power Physical Base position limit opinion
  • Library document - EEX Dutch Power Baseload Futures position limit opinion
  • Library document - Phelix DE Power Peak Futures position limit opinion
  • Library document - Phelix DEAT OTF Base Futures position limit opinion
  • Library document - Phelix DEAT Power Peak Futures position limit opinion

BIS

  • Latest publications by the BIS
  • Klaas Knot: The future agenda for financial sector reforms; financial stability and regulatory developments for the financial industry
  • Ignazio Visco: Address at Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders
  • Ignazio Visco: Statement - meeting of the Development Committee
  • Lesetja Kganyago: Building resilience
  • Lesetja Kganyago: Principled agents - reflections on central bank independence
  • Benoît Cœuré: Interview in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
  • Kevin Stiroh: Thoughts on cybersecurity from a supervisory perspective
  • Donald Joshua Jaganathan: Non-Performing Loan Resolution
  • David Ramsden: Embracing Fintech
  • Sarah Breeden: Avoiding the storm - climate change and the financial system
  • Yandraduth Googoolye: How African countries can play an active role in the Belt and Road Initiative
  • Margarita Delgado: Impact of the new law on real estate credit
  • Ernest Addison: Achieving sustainable exchange
  • Øystein Olsen: Management of the Government Pension Fund Global
  • Gent Sejko: Albania's economic and financial developments in 2018
  • Mark Carney: A platform for innovation
  • Ravi Menon: Future of finance jobs
  • Abu Hassan Alshari Yahaya: Leadership, values, ethics and Islamic finance - the next generation of Islamic financial institutions
  • B P Kanungo: India's growing significance in global arena. Is it sustainable? Are we ready for it?
  • Shaktikanta Das: 17th C D Deshmukh Memorial Lecture
  • Javier Guzmán Calafell: The task for emerging markets
  • François Villeroy de Galhau: Central banks and supervisors taking action on climate change
  • Philip R Lane: Tail risks and the Irish economy
  • Stephen S Poloz: Release of the Monetary Policy Report
  • Mario Draghi: IMFC Statement
  • Sabine Lautenschläger: Central bankers, supervisors and climate-related risks
  • BIS global liquidity indicators at end-December 2018

EU COMMISSION REGISTER

  • DG ECFIN
  • Commission opinion in accordance with Article 19 of the Statute of the European Investment Bank

DG FISMA

  • REPORT FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL on the application and review of Directive 2014/59/EU (Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive) and Regulation 806/2014 (Single Resolution Mechanism Regulation)

EU COUNCIL REGISTER

  • ST 6372 2019 ADD 1 COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION (Economic and Financial Affairs)


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