EBA published its detailed annual work program for 2018. The work program describes planned activities and tasks of EBA for the coming year. The detailed activities are based on the strategic work areas proposed in the multiannual work program of EBA from 2018 to 2021.
Each strategic area is complemented by annual work program activities that detail the tasks to be delivered within the year and the resources needed for that purpose. The key focus areas for EBA, in 2018, are as follows:
- Developing the CRR/CRD and BRRD and reviewing the consequences of the revision of the trading book by BCBS
- Implementing the data infrastructure and data analysis project to enhance EBA's role as a data hub for banks in the EU through the expansion of its data infrastructure and analytical capabilities
- Monitoring and evaluating the impact of the UK leaving the EU to protect the public interest
- Evaluating and contributing to the fintech regulatory perimeter
- Fostering proportionality in relation to policy developments
- Contributing to the European Council's action plan to tackle NPLs in Europe
Related Link: Work Program for 2018 (PDF)
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