EU Banking and Finance Regulatory Newsletter January 2022 | Dentons

Marion Steward

Please find enclosed the current issue of our newsletter. As always, it provides information on a wide range of current regulatory topics in Europe, including the following:

  • The ECB published its supervisory priorities for 2022–2024, based on its assessment of the main risks and vulnerabilities faced by significant institutions under its direct supervision.
  • The European Banking Authority (EBA) published guidelines for institutions and resolution authorities on improving banks’ resolvability and it further consulted on transferability.
  • The Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and the French Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) published a joint position paper calling for the enhancement of the role of national competent authorities in the supervision of cross-border financial services within the EU.
  • Spain’s Congress of Deputies has validated a royal omnibus decree-law, which most importantly transposes into Spanish law the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the issuance and public supervision of covered bonds, creating a single market for them.
  • Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) has launched consultations on several draft ordinances relating to the notification of material outsourcings.

We hope that you will enjoy and benefit from the enhanced insights of the Financial Regulatory Hub Europe. We would very much appreciate your feedback on the new format or thoughts on how we can better meet your needs—we look forward to hearing from you.

Enjoy the read!

Key regulatory developments in the EU

We present you with a selection of key regulatory developments in the EU.

Key regulatory developments in Germany

We present you with a selection of key regulatory developments in Germany.

Key regulatory developments in Spain

We present you with a selection of key regulatory developments in Spain.

Key regulatory developments in Italy

We present you with a selection of key regulatory developments in Italy.

Key regulatory developments in Luxembourg

We present you with a selection of key regulatory developments in Luxembourg.

Key regulatory developments in the Netherlands

We present you with a selection of key regulatory developments in the Netherlands.

Key regulatory developments in the Czech Republic

We present you with a selection of key regulatory developments in the Czech Republic.

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