Position papers

  • Industry Approach to CSDR Settlement Discipline Regime FINAL 22122021

    Capital markets 22 December 2021

    The EAPB, together with a large number of European and international financial sector associations, informs on the industry approach to the CSDR settlement discipline regime. We support the political agreement by the EU legislators on changes to Regulation (EU) No 909/2014 (“CSDR”) that allow for a delay to the implementation of mandatory buy-ins.

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  • AECM_EAPB_ELTI_NEFI_Joint position paper GBER

    State aid 16 December 2021

    We welcome the opportunity to submit comments on the draft-amending regulation to the General Block Exemption Regulation published on 6 October 2021. The State aid Temporary Framework (TF) has demonstrated to be a highly effective tool to support the economies within the EU Member States during the economic crisis proving that the European Commission has displayed a high degree of pragmatism and speed in adopting these rules. We believe that this pragmatism and efficiency should also be the guiding principles in this review.

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  • Joint Statement Financial Industry Associations on PRIIPs

    Banking supervision 9 December 2021

    Our associations, EACB, EAPB, EFAMA, ESBG and EUSIPA, would like to thank the European Commission for its efforts over the last few months in ensuring a timely adoption of the UCITS and PRIIPs quick fixes aiming to prolong the temporary exemption to certain retail fund products which are currently still producing the UCITS KIID. In this respect, we very much welcome the co-legislators’ recent agreement to extend this exemption until 1st January 2023.

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  • The municipal sector continues to borrow at low interest rates

    2 November 2021
  • EBA Discussion Paper on proportionality assessment methodology - EAPB response to consultation

    Banking supervision 21 October 2021

    The EAPB has concerns that existing internal classifications together with CRR2 classifications will not achieve sufficient granularity to identify business models and/or activities that are disproportionately affected by specific pieces of regulation. See more detailed comments in the answers below.

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