The current rules on banking prudential requirements are established by Directive 2013/36/EU and Regulation (EU) No 575/2013, collectively known as CRD IV/CRR .

They provide for the adoption of a large number of delegated and implementing acts in order to give full effect to the banking single rule book. They specify how competent authorities and institutions shall comply with the obligations laid down in CRD IV/CRR.

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17 February 2021

22 December 2020

The prudential treatment of certain software assets was revised by Regulation (EU) 2019/876, in order to further support the transition towards a more digitalised banking sector. Therefore, after the new provision has become applicable, an institution will not be required to fully deduct that type of software assets from its Common Equity Tier 1 items anymore.

This Commission Delegated Regulation further specifies how that exemption from deductions is to be applied, by defining the exact scope of software assets to be exempted and how they will be risk-weighted.

17 December 2020

14 December 2020

24 July 2020

  • To reduce their operational burden in view of the coronavirus pandemic, banks will need to first report the results of their capital requirements calculations using the alternative standardised approach for market risk based on the data used for the reporting period ending on 30 September 2021. For that purpose, banks will need to use the templates contained in the Implementing Technical Standards that the European Banking Authority submitted to the European Commission in May 2020.

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