EBA published an updated list of credit institutions exempted from, or subject to, a higher cap on inflows in the calculation of the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR); this is in accordance with the provisions laid down in the LCR Delegated Act (Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/61). Three new institutions have been added to the list that was published in May 2017.
The list is compiled and updated in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 33(5) of LCR Delegated Act, which mandates EBA to publish and maintain that list on the basis of information received from competent authorities. The list includes the specialized credit institutions that have been exempted from the cap on inflows or that are subject to a higher cap of 90%, in accordance with Article 33(3 to 6) of the LCR Delegated Act. The list will be maintained and updated on a regular basis.
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