Skip to main content
Finance

Targeted consultation on improving the EU’s macroprudential framework for the banking sector

About this consultation

Consultation period

30 November 2021 - 18 March 2022 (midnight Brussels time)

Topics

Financial services, banking, prudential requirements

Departments

Target group

All citizens and organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation. Contributions are particularly sought from non-governmental organisations representing notably users of financial services, think tanks and academics, national regulators and supervisors, banks and other financial institutions, and EU institutions.

Objective of the consultation

The European Commission is launching this targeted consultation to gather evidence in the form of relevant stakeholders’ views and experience with the current macroprudential rules for credit institutions in line with the better regulation principles and in view of the forthcoming legislative review mandated by Article 513 CRR. The information obtained will feed into the impact assessment for a possible legislative proposal..

How to submit your response

Please note that in order to ensure a fair and transparent consultation process responses should be submitted through the online questionnaire.

Consultation outcome

Summary report

Feedback statement: Improving the EU’s macroprudential framework for the banking sector
English
(475.72 KB - PDF)
Download

Contributions to the consultation

Received contributions: Improving the EU’s macroprudential framework for the banking sector
English
(446 KB - ZIP)
Download
Documents annexed to received contributions: Improving the EU’s macroprudential framework for the banking sector
English
(6.07 MB - ZIP)
Download

Reference documents

Consultation document: Macroprudential framework for the banking sector
English
(366.1 KB - PDF)
Download
Specific privacy statement: Macroprudential framework for the banking sector
English
(393.11 KB - PDF)
Download

Contact

Contact email address: fisma-macropru@ec.europa.eu