CRD IV/CRR/Basel III Monitoring Exercise Results Published by the EBA

Ever since the advent of the Capital Requirements Directive, the EBA has been conducting a series of monitoring exercises to assess banks’ compliance with the EU framework. The exercise gathers aggregate results on capital – risk-based and non-risk-based (leverage) ratios – and liquidity ratios – the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) and net stable funding ratio (NSFR) – for banks in the European Union (EU). The latest report summarizes the results using data as of 30 June 2015.

Analysis of leverage ratios has been a key inclusion in the latest version of the exercise. This has been defined in EU legislation in conjunction with the risk-based capital ratio analysis. The analysis indicates that the leverage ratio is indeed a binding regulatory constraint for a significant number of institutions in the sample. View complete report

Supervisors have been working closely with banks on the reporting instructions to ensure high quality, completeness and consistency of data. The EBA will henceforth closely monitor the reports submitted. Financial institutions will have to file their CRD-IV compliance reports with the EBA in XBRL format at the end of each quarter.

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