Cebs to issue new supervision guidelines for national assessments

The Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS) will publish a new set of guidelines later this month to try to iron out some of the differences in assessment practices between its 27 national members.

“The aim is to establish a joint process to arrive at a decision on risk-based capital adequacy under Pillar II (of the capital requirements directive),” Sebastiano Laviola, chair of Cebs’ subgroup on information networks and head of international co-operation at the Bank of Italy, told Operat

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