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    European Central Bank announces data breach

    2019-08-16T17:35:00Z

    The European Central Bank announced unauthorized parties breached the security measures protecting its Banks’ Integrated Reporting Dictionary (BIRD) Website, which is hosted by an external provider.

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    Nordic and Baltic regulators join to combat money laundering

    2019-05-28T14:54:00Z

    Regulators in eight Nordic and Baltic countries are developing a joint effort to exchange information with regard to fighting money laundering.

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    Nouy: bank regulation must be consistent, harmonised

    2016-02-17T13:30:00Z

    Image: European banks are much improved since 2012, with greater stability and resiliency. A challenge, however, is to ensure consistent and equal rulemaking throughout EU member states. That was the prognosis offered by Danièle Nouy, chair of the supervisory board of the European Central Bank, during an address to European ...

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    Regulator Calls on ECB to Tighten Its Rules of Engagement

    2015-12-02T10:15:00Z

    Image: The European Central Bank’s transparency woes continue as Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly is urging the central bank to build a robust rules of engagement practice by putting a stop to banker meetings ahead of setting policy. O’Reilly said ECB officials should not give investors any advantage over rivals prior to ...

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    ECB Delays Review of Banks’ Risk Models

    2015-08-19T11:00:00Z

    The European Central Bank has extended its review of banks’ internal risk models up to four years. The banking supervisor plans on conducting a thorough examination on how some of the Eurozone’s biggest banks are calculating its capital. Deutsche Bank, Santander, and Société Générale are some of the financial institutions ...

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    ECB Says Financial Sector Regaining its Momentum

    2015-04-15T09:00:00Z

    Eurozone banks are expecting to provide more loans to companies in the coming months—a move that puts the banking sector back in the spotlight amid a downturn in recent years. The European Central Bank (ECB) said in its quarterly Bank Lending Survey that “there have been substantial improvements in the ...