ECB published the table EU OV1 related to selected Pillar 3 information of Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) significant institutions. The table EU OV1 is disclosed only for the significant institutions that are global systemically important institutions and other systemically important institutions (O-SIIs) according to the lists published by EBA.
Although table EU OV1 has a fixed format, institutions may delete a specific row/column that is not considered relevant to their activities; however, the institutions should not alter the numbering of the rows and columns. For editorial reasons, the table EU OV1 has been published in its original format for all banks. Thirteen banks need to amend their table EU OV1, or publish it for the first time, as it is either not reported in the right format, not aligned with the regulatory reporting information, or not published. The cut-off date is October 05, 2018 and, therefore, it may not capture the corrections published by institutions after that date. In a few instances, the data definitions in the EBA Guidelines 2016/11 leave room for discretion. Consequently, some items may not have been disclosed in a consistent manner.
- Selected Pillar 3 Information of SSM Significant Institutions, 2017 (XLSX)
- List of G-SIIs by EBA
- List of O-SIIs by EBA
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Pillar 3, Significant Institutions, O-SII, G-SII, SSM, Disclosures, ECB
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