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COMMISSION DELEGATED REGULATION (EU) …/... amending Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/61 of 10 October 2014 to supplement Regulation (EU) No 575/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to liquidity coverage requirement for Credit Institutions
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German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC/DK) (Germany)
The German Banking Industry Committee (GBIC/DK) is pleased to participate in the Commission’s initiative to amend the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/61 on the Liquidity Coverage Ratio. We welcome the implemented clarifications e.g. regarding the symmetric treatment of the same transactions in inflows and outflows (e.g., repo and reverse repo transactions as well as derivatives) or that the LCR shall be fulfilled for all transactions...
Prime Collateralised Securities (PCS) (United Kingdom)
This consultation is more than a technical issue and has great importance for the success of STS regime and so CMU. This is an outline of a more substantive argument which can be found in the attached document and on our website: www.pcsmarket.org on the PCS Publications page. The basis for PCS’ recommendations are threefold: - STS securitisations will constitute, for LCR purposes, a more conservative category of instruments than the current...
International Capital Market Association (Switzerland)
The ICMA appreciates the valuable contribution made by the European Commission through this public consultation process and would like to thank the European Commission for its careful consideration of the points made in the attached response and in the more detailed response of the AFME to which this ICMA response letter refers. In brief, the ICMA is supportive of the LCR, which represents an important and broadly successful element within the...
Association for Financial Markets in Europe (United Kingdom)
AFME comments both on securitisation aspects and wider prudential aspects of the Commission’s proposals. Securitisation AFME supports in principle the integration into the LCR Delegated Regulation of the new simple, transparent and standardised (“STS”) criteria for securitisation. It is sensible to update and make consistent the existing LCR criteria with the new European securitisation framework. AFME has consistently supported the...
EACB - European Association of Co-operative Banks (Belgium)
The members of the EACB welcome the opportunity to comment on the Commission draft text for the amendment of the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/61 of 10 October 2014, i.e. the LCR delegated act. We truly appreciate that this exercise is done in a transparent manner and that the industry has the opportunity to submit feedback via a fully-fledged consultation. Overall we see that most of the adjustments are of a targeted nature and aim to...