European Parliament published a brief report that presents ways to address sovereign risks under the existing supervisory and regulatory framework. It also provides an insight into various options identified by EBA, the Basel Committee, the European Stability Mechanism, and the European regulatory framework that might be coupled with other developments, including on a European deposit insurance scheme (EDIS). The briefing takes stock of where the Banking Union stands in terms of sovereign exposures, home bias, and concentration risks as well as the related international regulatory developments.
Related Link: Briefing (PDF)
Keywords: Europe, EU, Banking, Banking Union, Sovereign Exposures, Basel III, CRR/CRD, Regulatory Capital, EDIS, European Parliament
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