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  • EBA Releases Its Annual Assessment Of The Consistency Of Internal Model Outcomes

    Date 10/01/2019

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today two reports on the consistency of risk weighted assets (RWAs) across all EU institutions authorised to use internal approaches for the calculation of capital requirements. The reports cover credit risk for high and low default portfolios (LDPs and HDPs), as well as market risk. The results confirm previous findings, with the majority of risk-weights (RWs) variability explained by fundamentals. These benchmarking exercises, conducted by the EBA on an annual basis are a fundamental supervisory and convergence tool to address unwarranted inconsistencies and restoring trust in internal models.

  • BME: MARF Registers A 50 Million Euro Commercial Paper Programme By TRADEBE

    Date 10/01/2019

    MARF, BME’s Fixed Income market, today registered a new commercial paper (CP) programme by Tradebe’s holding company, Grupo Tradebe Medio Ambiente, which thus becomes the first company to register a new commercial paper programme on MARF in 2019. With this new facility for the continuous issuance of CPs over a year, Tradebe Environmental Services will have a maximum outstanding balance of up to 50 million euros available at any time, which will allow it to cover terms of up to two years.  

  • EBA Publishes Report On Cost And Performance Of Structured Deposits

    Date 10/01/2019

    The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today a report on the costs and performance of structured deposits in the European Union (EU). The report is a response to a request the EBA had received from the EU Commission as part of the implementation of it Capital Market Union Action Plan and concludes that the market for structured deposits in the EU appears to be limited in size and that data on costs and performance is not widely available. The report, therefore, also sets out the steps the EBA will take to enhance the data quality in the future.

  • Federal Reserve Board Announces Reserve Bank Income And Expense Data And Transfers To The Treasury For 2018

    Date 10/01/2019

    The Federal Reserve Board on Thursday announced preliminary results indicating that the Reserve Banks provided for payments of approximately $65.4 billion of their estimated 2018 net income to the U.S. Treasury. The payments include two lump-sum payments totaling approximately $3.2 billion, necessary to reduce aggregate Reserve Bank capital surplus to $6.825 billion as required by the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 (Budget Act) and the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (Economic Growth Act). The 2018 audited Reserve Bank financial statements are expected to be published in March and may include adjustments to these preliminary unaudited results.

  • BETTER FINANCE: European Parliament Takes Consumer And Investor Protection Seriously In Financial Supervision Reform

    Date 10/01/2019

    BETTER FINANCE welcomes the latest amendments adopted by the ECON Committee to the reform of the European System of Financial Supervision (including the European Banking Authority (EBA), the European Insurance and Occupational Pension Authority (EIOPA), the European Markets and Securities Authority (ESMA) and the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB).

  • Moscow Exchange Trading Volumes In December 2018

    Date 10/01/2019

    Total trading volume across Moscow Exchange’s markets increased by 1.5% to RUB 72.5 trln in December 2018.

  • ESMA: Summary Of Conclusions Board Of Supervisors Meeting 7 November 2018

    Date 10/01/2019

    The Chair reported on:

    • His meetings with Members of the European Parliament, in particular the hearing of the Chairs of the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs); 
    • The activities of the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB), in particular the reappointment of Mark Carney (Bank of England) as first Vice-Chair;  The activities of the Securities and Markets Stakeholder Group (SMSG); 
    • The activities of the Joint Committee, in particular the targeted review of the PRIIPs Regulation and the ongoing discussions on the European Commission’s legislative proposal in relation to Anti-Money Laundering; 
    • The activities of the International Organization for Securities Commissions (IOSCO), in particular on the October 2018 Board meeting and the draft administrative arrangement for the transfer of personal data between EU and non-EU authorities; and 
    • The November 2018 Management Board meeting, in particular on the 2019 IT work programme, the 2020 budget and a report on the survey ESMA carried out on ESMA Groups. The Chair also reported on a discussion the Management Board had on the feasibility of delegating the internal settlement reporting under CSDR to ESMA.

  • FTSE Russell And Refinitiv Extend Fixed Income Relationship

    Date 10/01/2019

    • FTSE Russell and Refinitiv have a long-standing relationship in fixed income data
    • Extension of relationship will provide customers globally with more choice through rich and broad fixed income data sets, analytics and indexes

  • TISE Breaks Records With New Listings In 2018

    Date 10/01/2019

    There were 865 new listings on The International Stock Exchange (TISE) during 2018.

  • NovitasFTCL Advises The Shareholders Of Commcise On Its Sale To Euronext

    Date 10/01/2019

    We are pleased to announce that NovitasFTCL acted as exclusive financial advisor to the shareholders of Commcise on its sale to Euronext.