FRTB: ECB postpones model approval deadline

Postponement follows Basel’s decision to revise key elements of new market risk framework

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The ECB is delaying the deadline by which IMA banks submit their models for regulatory approval

The European Central Bank has postponed the cut-off date by when banks opting for an own-models approach under the forthcoming revised market risk framework must submit their models for regulatory approval.

François-Louis Michaud – the deputy director-general of microprudential supervision at the ECB’s bank watchdog, the single supervisory mechanism (SSM), who is responsible for approving internal model applications – confirmed the delay on a conference call this morning (March 28).

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