New EU prudential framework proposed for investment firms

Non-bank Mifid firms could be subject to liquidity rules for first time

European Banking Authority
EBA: proposing a new framework for investment firms that are not systemically important and bank-like

The number of non-bank investment firms subject to the existing EU Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) will be significantly limited under a proposal from bank regulators to create a more fitting alternative framework, which could also include liquidity rules for the first time.

"The CRR in its current form is focused on credit institutions – for instance, large parts are devoted to the treatment of loans. For investment firms, there is a more mixed approach – at the moment we have 11

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