European banks face massive capital raising in challenging times

By |november 12th, 2019|Basel Committee, Basel III, capital requirements, News|

Europe will “faithfully” implement new international standards that will force its banks, struggling to regain investor trust, to raise around €135 billion in additional capital to face future crises, the European Commission said on Tuesday (12 November).

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ECB fines France’s Credit Agricole over capital reserves

By |avgust 20th, 2018|Basel Committee, Crédit Agricole, ECB, News, single supervisory mechanism (SSM)|

The European Central Bank announced on Monday (20 August) that it had fined French lender Credit Agricole a total of €4.8 million over past irregularities in the way it declared its capital reserves, Reuters reports.

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Commission passes the ball on sovereign debt rules

By |marec 7th, 2018|Basel Committee, European semester, News, Pierre Moscovici, sovereign debt, Taxation, Valdis Dombrovskis, winter package|

European Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis said on Wednesday (7 March) that he does not intend to amend the regulatory treatment of sovereign debt held by banks following inconclusive discussions at international level.

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