The SRB has decided to maintain its policy on the calibration of MREL (total and subordinated component) with minimal changes this year. “We aim to provide a stable regulatory environment in a phase where some banks are still building up their MREL stock ahead of the upcoming deadline...
Keynote speech at the 18th IESE Banking Sector Industry Meeting, Madrid
Thank you Mario, and thank...
Dominique Laboureix's speech at IESE "The Challenges of the European supervisory and resolution framework"
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Thank you Mario, and thank you to Anneli for her insight into the...
The SRB has published its Resolution Planning Cycle Booklet for 2023.
Resolution planning is about being prepared to...
About the Single Resolution Board
The Single Resolution Board (SRB) is the central resolution authority within the Banking Union. Together with the National Resolution Authorities of participating Member State, it forms the Single Resolution Mechanism.
The SRB tries to ensure an orderly resolution of failing banks with minimum impact on the real economy, the financial system, and the public finances of the participating MS and beyond.
The role of the SRB is proactive: rather than waiting for resolution cases to manage, the SRB focuses on resolution planning and enhancing resolvability, to avoid the potential negavite impacts of a bank failure on the economy and financial stability.
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The SRB buys services and supplies through public procurement calls, in line with EU legislation and the basic principles of transparency, equal treatment and non-discrimination, widest competition, proportionality and sound financial management.
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- SRB Financial Regulation 2020
- Title VII of the general Financial Regulation (Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 2018/1046 and its Annex 1 shall apply, subject to Article 84 of the SRB Financial Regulation 2020.