EBA publishes decision on data for supervisory benchmarking

The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today its Decision on data for supervisory benchmarking. This Decision comes after the publication of the amended technical standards on benchmarking of internal approaches and requires Competent Authorities to submit data for the 2016 benchmarking exercise, focusing on High Default Portfolios and with reference to end-2015 data.


A list of institutions has also been made available along with the Decision. The EBA is therefore requesting Competent Authorities to transmit institutions’ data for supervisory benchmarking purposes, leveraging on the usual data collection procedures and formats of regular supervisory reporting.

Institutions should submit data to their Competent Authorities by 30 June 2016.

The EBA statement and related information are available here.

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