Newsletter Banks April 2019

News
Date 30 April 2019
In this issue: AFM and DNB stress the importance of transitioning to alternative benchmarks; DNB adopts Belgian mortgage loan market measure; Supervision of the revised Wwft; Application of Joint Guidelines on declarations of no-objection; News in brief; Relevant international publications and calendar 

AFM and DNB stress the importance of transitioning to alternative benchmarks

Banks, insurers and pension funds must be prepared to make the transition to alternative, risk-free benchmarks in 2022.

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Onderzoek individuele instellingen

DNB adopts Belgian mortgage loan market measure

Internal ratings-based (IRB) banks must apply a higher risk weight if the value of their outstanding Belgian residential mortgage loans exceeds EUR 2 billion. Read more

Supervision of the revised Wwft

Under the revised Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Act (Wet ter voorkoming van witwassen en de financiering van terrorisme - Wwft), financial institutions must take measures to identify and assess their risk of money laundering and terrorist financing. Read more

Beperkte blik op fiscale risico’s

Application of Joint Guidelines on declarations of no-objection

The revised European Joint Guidelines have implications for DNB's assessment of applications for declarations of no-objection (DNOs). Read more

News in brief

With news about the publication of the 2019 Resolution Compendium and the preparations for Brexit Read more

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