BaFin submitted a draft form for submission of netting notifications in accordance with Article 295 of the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) for consultation. According to Article 295 of CRR, institutions can submit netting agreements to the supervisory authority for recognizing the risk-reducing effect. The form is aimed at less significant institutions (LSIs), the non-CRR credit institutions for which the CRR is to be applied in accordance with Section 1A of the German Banking Act (KWG) and CRR investment firms. The comment period for the draft form will remain open until March 06, 2020.
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Comment Due Date: March 06, 2020
Keywords: Europe, Germany, Banking, Less Significant Institutions, CRR, Netting, OTC Derivatives, Master Netting Agreement, BaFin
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