Newsletter Banks June 2017

News
Date 28 June 2017

This issue's subjects: Focus on strategic risk in ICAAP; EBA launches consultation on 2018 EU-wide stress test methodology; DNB reviews recovery plans of small and medium-sized banks; Input from banks helps DNB to amend guidance for transaction monitoring; DNB examines aggressive tax planning and customer anonymity; Higher supervisory fees for banks; Our annual survey on integrity risks in the financial sector; News in brief; Calendar.

Focus on strategic risk in ICAAP

In our assessments of less significant institutions (LSIs) under the Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP), we will pay close attention to how banks deal with the strategic risks arising from their business models and profitability. Read more

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EBA launches consultation on 2018 EU-wide stress test methodology

On 22 June 2017, the European Banking Authority (EBA) hosted a workshop in London, inviting banks to provide input on the draft of the 2018 EU-wide stress test methodology. Read more

DNB reviews recovery plans of small and medium-sized banks

A number of Dutch small and medium-sized banks do not yet fully meet the EBA's guidelines for recovery plans. Read more

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Input from banks helps DNB to amend guidance on transaction monitoring

In three roundtable sessions, we gathered feedback to amend our guidance on transaction monitoring. We plan to issue the final guidance document shortly. Read more

DNB examines aggressive tax planning and customer anonymity

We are urging banks to devote more attention to controlling tax risks, including aggressive tax planning and customer anonymity. Read more

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Higher supervisory fees for banks

The total fees we charge, both for supervision and for resolution, have increased compared with 2016. Read more

Our annual survey on integrity risks in the financial sector

Each year, we ask banks, payment institutions and money transfer institutions to complete an online questionnaire about integrity risks, including money laundering and terrorist financing. Read more

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News in brief

Relevant international publications, Submit your applications through our Digital Supervision Portal, Change in penalty category under the Sanctions Act, Reminder: Information meeting on fit and proper assessment, FATF warning lists update. Read more

Calendar

It helps to know when we will be sending you our data requests. An up-to-date calendar is provided below. Read more

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