CRDV and CRRII

CRDV and CRRII

The European Commission has released a combined package of proposals covering the review of the Capital Requirements Directive/Regulation (CRD/R). The package complements and builds on the existing European prudential framework set out in CRD IV/CRR.

The new CRD V/CRR II proposals introduce the Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) and the Leverage Ratio as binding requirements for EU banks. The package also includes the implementation of Total Loss Absorbing Capacity (TLAC) for EU G-SIBs, as well as a number of other Basel standards - including a new framework for market risk capital requirements.

AFME’s positions on the various elements of the CRDV/CRRII package can be found below, along with non-technical papers providing an overview of the key issues at stake and our recommendations in an easily understandable way.

AFME POSITIONS ON
CRDV/CRRII PROPOSALS

NON-TECHNICAL
PAPERS

  • AFME's NSFR and implications for Equity Markets - click here 
  • AFME's Why the FRTB matters for EU capital markets flyer - click here
  • AFME's SA-CCR shortcomings and untested impacts flyer - click here
  • AFME's Member Briefing Note on Key Issues under the CRD5/CRR2 Proposals - click here

 

Board

  • Véronique Ormezzano, Chair

    BNP Paribas

  • Joe Traynor, Vice-Chair

    J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, NA

  • Mayur Patel

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch

  • Dipal Patel

    Barclays

  • Ana Rubio Gonzalez

    BBVA

  • Robin Savchuk

    BNY Mellon

  • David Sharland

    Citi

  • Michel Bilger

    Crédit Agricole S.A.

  • Gerry Wright

    Credit Suisse

  • Koen Holdtgrefe

    Deutsche Bank AG

  • Marco Bensi

    Goldman Sachs Asset Management International

  • Katherine Wolicki

    HSBC

  • Johanneke Weitjens

    ING Group

  • Francesca Passamonti

    Intesa Sanpaolo SpA

  • Robert Mitchell

    Lloyds Banking Group

  • Gareth James

    Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc

  • Myriam Le Maoult

    Natixis

  • Emma Riley

    Nomura

  • Jeff Conley

    RBS

  • Gloria Hervas Ortega

    Santander

  • Barbara Sillac Gavanou

    Société Générale

  • Matt Lucas

    Standard Chartered Bank

  • Mark Lawrence

    UBS

  • Costanza Bufalini

    UniCredit Bank AG

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