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In this webinar Moody’s Analytics discusses the effects of Brexit on the UK, European, and US economies and details the assumptions behind a baseline forecast and four Brexit-driven scenarios.
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EBA updated the list of institutions that have a reporting obligation for the EU supervisory benchmarking exercise in 2020.
The Governor of BoE, Mark Carney, launched the "COP26 Private Finance Agenda" to help private finance support the whole economy transition to net zero.
BoE published a market notice that forms part of the Documentation for the operations of BoE under the Sterling Monetary Framework (SMF).
BaFin published quarterly and annual submission deadlines on the Solvency II reporting page on its website.
Bank of Finland published Version 1.8 of the validation checks for credit data collection under the AnaCredit Regulation.
PRA published a policy statement (PS3/20) that provides updates to certain supervisory statements (SS20/15, SS28/15, and SS35/15) and statements of policy (SoP).
BoE published the statistical notice 2020/01 that provides an update to Version 1.1.0 of the taxonomy for forms AS (MFI holdings of securities collection) and FV (Financial Vehicle Corporations return) and the associated validation rules.
EC is launched a consultation on the review of the Non-Financial Reporting Directive or NFRD (Directive 2014/95/EU, as part of its strategy to strengthen sustainable investment in Europe.
EIOPA is consulting on the implementing technical standards for supervisory reporting and cooperation, as mandated by the Pan-European Personal Pension Product (PEPP) Regulation (Regulation 2019/1238).
ECB published a paper that discusses the policy need for microdata and highlights some of the practical uses of the interlinked data.
EIOPA published a supervisory statement on the impact of the ultra-low or negative interest rate environment on the insurance sector in EU.
ECB published a report on the transfer of liquidity from the cash and derivatives products of the Euro Overnight Index Average (EONIA) to the Euro Short-Term Rate (€STR).
ESRB published a report that explores systemic implications of cyber incidents, such as cyberattacks.
BIS announced key personnel appointments to the Innovation Hubs in Singapore and Switzerland.
ESMA published the first trends, risks, and vulnerabilities (TRV) report of 2020.
CSSF published Circular 20/737 in relation to the semi-annual reporting of borrower-related residential real estate, or RRE, indicators.
We assess the global macroeconomic impact of two scenarios, although many others, each darker than the next, cannot be ruled out. This assessment is based on simulations of our global macroeconomic model, which captures linkages via international trade, immigration, foreign direct investment, and financial markets for more than 100 countries.
ECB published a working paper on simulating fire sales in a system of banks and asset managers.
EBA published the first quantitative report taking stock of the increased capacity of minimum requirements for own funds and eligible liabilities (MREL) in EU.
SRB launched a consultation on changes to its Minimum Requirement for Own Funds and Eligible Liabilities (MREL) policy under the 2019 Banking Package.