The European Banking Authority proposed changes to CRD IV on Monday
European banking regulators have proposed
changes to the EU’s capital requirements regime
aimed at easing the burden of the rules for non-bank investment
firms such as proprietary traders.
The European Banking Authority (EBA)
published on Monday its report in response to the European
Commission's call for advice on the suitability of
Europe’s capital regulations for investment
The report highlights the lack of risk
sensitivity in the EU Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV)
and Regulation (CRR) regime and recommends a framework that
takes into account the specific risks posed by non-bank
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