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EBA Final amending technical standards on supervisory reporting to introduce new reporting on interest rate risk in the banking book

A more robust and efficient reporting framework for a safer and transparent banking sector is set to come. 

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has taken a significant step towards enhancing the supervision of financial institutions across the European Union with the publication of its final amending technical standards.

Among the new reporting requirements and amendments to the existing standards, the changes aim to provide regulators with a more comprehensive view of the financial health and risk exposures of banks. Enabling them to make informed decisions and take timely actions to address any emerging issues. Moreover, the new reporting standards are designed to be more efficient, reducing the reporting burden on financial institutions while maintaining the integrity of the supervisory process.

These changes follow up to the EBA’s commitment to addressing emerging risks, improving data quality, and aligning reporting standards with international best practices. This proactive approach enhances the EBA’s ability to identify potential vulnerabilities and respond promptly, ultimately safeguarding the stability of the European banking sector.

These technical standards will first apply on 30 September 2024, as part of the 3.4 reporting framework release, expected to be published by mid-October 2023. The templates and instructions from this final draft ITS will facilitate advanced data collection from selected institutions, which will assist supervisors in monitoring IRRBB risks in the current interest rate environment promptly.

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