The European Banking Authority (EBA) today notified the European Commission and Members of the European Parliament on the outcome of its enquiries in relation to the application of EU law on anti-money laundering (AML) in Malta by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA).
The European Banking Authority (EBA) launched today its fifth annual EU-wide transparency exercise. In December 2018, together with the Risk Assessment Report (RAR), the EBA will release over 900000 data points on about 130 EU banks. The data will cover capital positions, risk exposure amounts, sovereign exposures and asset quality. This data disclosure, which provides the wider public with a consistent tool to access data on the EU banking system, is an important component of the EBA’s responsibility to monitor risks and vulnerabilities and foster market discipline.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today two reports on EU banks’ funding plans and asset encumbrance respectively. The reports aim to provide important information for EU supervisors to assess the sustainability of banks’ main sources of funding. The results of the assessment show that banks plan to match the asset side increase in the forecast years by a growth in client deposits as well as market based funding.
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