FSB issued public responses to the consultations on two proposals for guidance on the implementation of particular aspects of its Key Attributes of Effective Resolution Regimes for global systemically important banks (G-SIBs). The two subjects of consultation constituted principles on bail-in execution and funding strategy elements of an implementable resolution plan. The consultations ran from November 30, 2017 to February 02, 2018.
Responses to Consultation on Principles on Bail-in Execution. The consultative document on principles on bail-in execution proposed a set of principles to assist authorities as they make G-SIB bail-in resolution strategies operational. The consultation received responses from Association of Supervisors of Banks of the Americas (ASBA); CNMV Advisory Committee; Credit Suisse; European Banking Federation; European Financial Congress; Institute of International Finance (IIF), Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA), and The Clearing House (TCH); Japanese Bankers Association; Standard Bank Group; and World Council of Credit Unions.
Responses to Consultation on Funding Strategy Elements of an Implementable Resolution Plan. The consultative document on funding strategy elements of an implementable resolution plan proposed guidance on the development of a plan for funding in resolution. The published responses included responses from ASBA; CLS Bank International; Credit Suisse; European Banking Federation; European Financial Congress; Polish Bank Association; TCH, GFMA, and IIF; and the World Council of Credit Unions.
- Responses to Consultation on Principles on Bail-in Execution
- Consultation on Principles on Bail-in Execution
- Responses to Consultation on Elements of Implementable Resolution Plan
- Consultation on Elements of Implementable Resolution Plan
Keywords: International, Banking, Resolution Planning, Bail-in, G-SIB, Responses to Consultation, FSB
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