European Banking Authority

European Banking Authority

An agency responsible for banking regulation in the European Union. Among other responsibilities, it conducts stress tests of troubled banks and sets standards for bank reporting in the EU. It also has the power to veto decisions made by national regulators of member states. It was established in 2011 and is based in London.
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Germany had the secondhighest number of top earners, on 212, the European Banking Authority found.
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The joint Board of Appeal of the European Supervisory Authorities (EBA, ESMA and EIOPA) has published its decision in an appeal brought by SV Capital OE[pounds sterling], an Estonian company, against a decision of the European Banking Authority.
8 billion) capital shortfall identified by the European Banking Authority by "relying on its own strength" - rather than taking another state aid package.
After its collapse, a new set of bank stress tests are expected to be conducted by the European Banking Authority, a move that analysts say will heap added pressure on stretched balance sheets.
In Basel III and Beyond, the first book-length treatment of Basel III, editors Mario Quagliariello of the European Banking Authority and Francesco Cannata of the Bank of Italy have assembled contributors from regulators and central banks involved in preparing the standards including a foreword from Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank.
Contract award: IT infrastructure service supplier for the European Banking Authority.
This time, banks are not to be judged against a single capital threshold, the European Banking Authority said.
The Hellenic Bank was among the 130 banks across the Eurozone that took part in the stress tests the results of which were published on Sunday by the European Central Bank and the European Banking Authority.

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