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E U R O P E A N B A N K I N G A U T H O R I T Y
12
JANUARY
JULY
FEBRUARY
AUGUST
MARCH
SEPTEMBER
The EBA publishes its
work programme for 2012
The EBA launches a
consultation on draft RTS for
credit valuation adjustment
risk on the determination
of a proxy spread and the
specification of a limited
number of smaller portfolios
The EBA publishes its
annual report on risks
and vulnerabilities of the
European banking sector
The EBA publishes two
sets of guidelines on the
data collection exercise
regarding high earners
and on the remuneration
benchmarking exercise
The EBA organises a workshop
on the technical implementation
of the new supervisory reporting
requirements
The EBA adopts the draft
technical standards on
capital requirements for CCPs
The EBA publishes
results of the Basel III
monitoring exercise as
of 31 December 2011
The EBA launches a consultation on
draft RTS on the specification of the
calculation of credit risk adjustments
The EBA publishes an overview
report on the implementation of
the capital exercise
The Joint Committee of the three ESAs
publishes a Protocol for Supervisory
Cooperation in the field of anti-money-
laundering (AML)
The Joint Committee of the ESAs
launches a public consultation on
RTS for the calculation methods for
financial conglomerates
The ESAs publish a list
of identified financial
conglomerates
The Board of Appeal of the ESAs
appoints William Blair as its
President and Juan Fernández-
Armesto as its Vice-President
The EBA issues guidelines on
AMA extensions and changes
The EBA publishes an overview
of its objectives and work in the
area of consumer protection and
financial innovation
The EBA’s Board of Supervisors makes
its first aggregate assessment of
banks’ capital plans
The EBA publishes a consultation
paper on draft implementing technical
standards (ITS) on reporting of large
exposures
The European supervisory
authorities (ESAs) publish a joint
discussion paper on draft RTS
The EBA publishes a discussion paper on
draft regulatory technical standards (RTS)
on the capital requirements for central
counterparties (CCPs)
2. Highlights in 2012