The European Banking Authority (EBA) published the sample of banks for the mandatory Basel III monitoring exercise, which will refer to the December 2021 data. The exercise is expected to be launched at the end of January 2022 and its results are expected to be published at the end of September 2022. The sample consists of banks selected by the relevant national competent authorities in accordance with Articles 4 and 8 of the EBA Decision on the mandatory Basel III monitoring exercise. This monitoring exercise will be carried out at the highest level of European Union or European Economic Area consolidation on a sample of 157 banks, of which 114 are either global systemically important institutions or other systemically important institutions. The sample covers approximately 80% of the banking sector in the European Economic Area, including Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway. The final sample may still be subject to adjustments due to various corporate actions such as mergers, divestments, and restructuring.
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Insurance, Securities, Basel, Basel III Monitoring, G-SII, O-SII, Regulatory Capital, Reporting, EBA
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