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  • BIS/IOSCO: Margin requirements for non-centrally cleared derivatives

    23/07/2019
    BIS and IOSCO have agreed to extend by one year the final implementation of the margin requirements, which will now take... place on 1 September 2021, at which point covered entities with an aggregate average notional amount of non-centrally cleared derivatives greater than €8bn will be subject to the requirements. An additional implementation phase will be introduced whereby as of 1 September 2020 covered entities with an aggregate average notional amount of non-centrally cleared derivatives greater than €50bn will be subject to the requirements.
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  • PRA: CP17/19: Counterparty credit risk: treatment of model limitations in banks’ internal models

    23/07/2019
    This CP sets out PRA's proposed changes to SS12/13 (Counterparty Credit Risk) to clarify expectations regarding the treatment of model limitations... and assumptions under Part Three, Title II, Chapter 6 (counterparty credit risk) of CRR. Responses are required by 25 October 2019.
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  • EBA: CET1 instruments

    22/07/2019
    EBA has published an updated list of CET1 instruments along with an updated CET1 Report.
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  • ESMA: CCP peer review

    22/07/2019
    ESMA has published its 2018 peer review report on the overall supervision of EU CCPs by national competent authorities. It... includes best practices to enhance supervisory convergence with regard to CCPs’ collateral and liquidity arrangements.
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  • FCA: Alternatives to high-cost credit

    22/07/2019
    FCA’s report sets out actions and recommendations to improve the availability and awareness of alternatives to high-cost credit. An overview... of actions is set out in tabular format at Annex 1. FCA states that it considers that it can best contribute by helping to facilitate the actions of other organisations for the benefit of consumers, for example by supporting registered social landlords in becoming authorised for credit broking. FCA also notes that the consideration of access to alternatives to high cost credit will become an integral part of its overall work in the credit sector.
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  • PSR: Update on publication of the card-acquiring market review interim report

    22/07/2019
    PSR has stated that it now plans to publish its interim report for consultation in Q1 2020, rather than by the... end of 2019 as originally set out in the ToR for the market review.
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  • EIOPA: IDD: report analysing general good rules

    22/07/2019
    EIOPA's report describes the types of rules which are published on the websites of the national competent authorities applicable to insurance... distribution activities, and provides a general assessment with regard to the impact of the general good provisions on the proper functioning of the IDD and the internal market more broadly.
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  • PRA: Insurance special purpose vehicles

    22/07/2019
    PRA has updated this webpage to include new FAQs, updated application forms and accompanying notes.
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  • FCA: Call for input on evaluation of the RDR and FAMR

    22/07/2019
    FCA's webpage sets out details of some stakeholder feedback following the call for input published in May 2019, particularly in relation... to innovation, consumer engagement, the regulatory perimeter and access to appropriate services. FCA notes that as the feedback broadly supports the proposed scope set out in the call for input, it will now proceed with the review in line with that scope. FCA has decided not to include certain issues in the review. These issues include requirements relating to DB pension transfers; changes to the award limits for FOS, including consequential impacts on the PII market and changes to how FSCS is funded.
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  • PRA: CP16/19: Solvency II: group availability of subordinated liabilities and preference shares

    22/07/2019
    In this CP, PRA sets out proposed amendments to SS9/15 (Solvency II: group supervision) to reflect its approach to the determination... of the availability of subordinated liabilities and preference shares in group own funds and its expectations of firms in presenting relevant analysis to PRA. Responses are required by 21 October 2019.
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