The European Banking Authority proposes changes to liquidity reporting

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has launched a public consultation on how to improve proportionality in liquidity reporting.

This consultation is on its draft Implementing Technical Standards on supervisory reporting with respect to Additional Liquidity Monitoring Metrics (ALMM).

Following a mandate in the revised Capital Requirements Regulation, the EBA is proposing proportionality considerations in ALMM reporting for small and non-complex institutions.

There are also other amendments to the templates, which aim to streamline reporting requirements, filling data gaps and clarifying reporting instructions.

One of the proposed changes would exempt small and non-complex institutions from certain reporting metrics. These would include funding by product type, the funding price for various lengths of funding and information on roll-over of funding.

It claims the liquidity metrics and related reporting are reduced to the maturity ladder-monitoring tool.

Furthermore, the regulator proposes to exempt medium-sized institutions from reporting metrics on roll-over funding.

This consultation is open until 28 July 2021 and a public hearing webinar will be hosted on 28 May2021 to discuss the proposal.

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