The SRB is committed to listening closely to the views of its stakeholders and being transparent about the decisions it takes. We aim to:
- Clearly communicate our policies, decisions and expectations through Industry Dialogues, workshops, publications and by speaking at public engagements.
- Consult relevant and interested parties where appropriate to inform our policies and guidance and ensure good results.
When we consult
The need for an open public consultation is decided on a case-by-case basis. It only applies to approaches developed by the SRB itself.
We may also carry out targeted consultations, aimed at reaching stakeholders that are directly affected, or have specific expertise in the subject under consideration.
How we consult
Public consultations will be published as an online survey on the SRB website, usually for a period of six weeks. Documents will be provided in English only.
Communication of results
The outcome of the consultation will be published with the final policy or guidance document on the SRB website. It will include individual contributions where appropriate, a summary of the contributions and a short description of how the main comments were taken into account.
Current Public Consultations
Recent Public Consultations
Public consultation on the SRB’s ‘Data Set for valuation’
Start date: 19 May 2020 | Deadline: 30 June - 12:00 (Brussels time) | Status: Closed |
The Single Resolution Board (SRB) has launched a public consultation on its standardised data set to ensure that the minimum needed data is available to support a robust valuation for resolution.
Public consultation on the SRB's MREL Policy under the Banking Package
Public consultation on the SRB’s ‘Expectations for Banks’
Start date: 23/10/2019 | Deadline: 04/12/2019 - 12:00 (Brussels time) | Status: Closed |