EBA updated the online Interactive Single Rulebook and the Q&A tool with the inclusion of simple, transparent, and standardized (STS) Securitization Regulation. EBA will now allow users to review all its final technical standards and guidelines associated with the Securitization Regulation. The inclusion of the Securitization Regulation into the Q&A tool will allow users to submit any question regarding the application of the Securitization Regulation and EBA's work related to this regulation.
Other rules covered in the Interactive Single Rulebook include the Capital Requirements Regulation and Directive (CRR 2 and CRD 5), Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) 2, the Deposit Guarantee Schemes Directive (DGSD), Mortgage Credit Directive (MCD), and Payment Services Directive (PSD) 2. The interactive Single Rulebook provides a comprehensive compendium of the level 1 text of the legislation and the corresponding technical standards developed by EBA and adopted by EC, in addition to the EBA Guidelines and related Q&As. In addition, the Single Rulebook Q&A tool of EBA contributes to the completion of the legislative framework by ensuring that any remaining regulatory loopholes are addressed. The process is based on close and ongoing interaction with EC to ensure that responses in the Q&A tool are fully consistent with the EU legislative texts.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Interactive Single Rulebook, Q&A, Securitization Regulation, EBA
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