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Newsletter Supervision Banks January 2013

'High ambitions for Basel III untempered by crisis'

'Banks are finding it increasingly difficult to realise their ambitious plans for Basel III. Despite this, DNB is continuing its efforts to ensure that they stay on track,' says supervisor Patrick Schrama. Read more


Themes for banking supervision

Basel III, commercial real estate, the quality of reports, risk management, conduct and culture: all are key themes for banking supervision in the year ahead requirements. Read more

Launch of asset quality review for commercial real estate

DNB is examining how banks are coping with the depreciation in the value of commercial real estate (CRE). In the feature ‘Behind the scenes at supervision’, project leader Martijn Schrijvers explains what is involved. Read more


New legislation: banker’s oath and upper limit for number of other positions held

Policymakers must swear to a banker’s oath within three months of their appointment. Moreover, they can now only hold a maximum number of other positions. Read more

ECB: supervision of leading banks and banks receiving European support

The leading banks and/or banks receiving European support are likely to fall under the direct supervision of the ECB from 1 March 2014, at the earliest. Read more


Permission from DNB required for dividend payments

Banks must submit proposed dividend payments to DNB. Read more

Quality of reports on special credits management

DNB is closely monitoring the quality of quarterly reports. It is currently focusing on special credits management and related provisions as well as capital buffers. Read more


Information requests from DNB

It helps banks to know when to expect requests for information, and what these requests are likely to be. DNB will be providing your bank with a current overview. Read more

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