Search
Searching Content indexed under Capital Adequacy/BASEL by Joost Schutte ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1  
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
Financial Markets Newsletter June 2013
According to a recent regulation, most financial institutions in the Netherlands will have to pay a higher supervision levy this year.
Netherlands
10 Jul 2013
2
Proposals For New Supervisory Powers Of European Central Bank
The European Commission has put forward proposals for a single European supervisory mechanism for banks.
European Union
22 Oct 2012
3
AFM Publications
AFM announces preliminary plans for 2013.
Netherlands
17 Oct 2012
4
Consultation On A System Relevance Buffer For Banks And Investment Companies
The Minister of Finance is holding a consultation until 18 October about a draft bill authorising DNB to assess banks and investment firms on their relevance to the stability of the financial system.
Netherlands
17 Oct 2012
5
New Short Selling Rules Effective From 1 November 2012
New rules on notifying short positions in listed companies will come into force on 1 November 2012.
Netherlands
16 Oct 2012
6
Decree Published On Funding Of Financial Supervision 2013
This decree implements the Act on funding of financial supervision, which outlines how the costs of the AFM and DNB will be financed.
Netherlands
16 Oct 2012
7
Changes To Proposed Financial Markets Amendment Decree 2013
This decree is expected to come into effect on 1 January 2013. Following the consultation held earlier this year, the Minister of Finance has clarified and amended a number of provisions.
Netherlands
16 Oct 2012
8
Consultation On Financial Markets Amendment Bill 2014
The Minister of Finance is holding a consultation on this bill, which is open for comment until 18 October 2012.
Netherlands
16 Oct 2012
9
Bill Submitted On Bank Levy
In December 2011, the Minister of Finance submitted a Bill introducing a bank levy.
Netherlands
2 Feb 2012
10
Financial Markets Newsletter - June 2011
The majority of provisions in the Financial Markets Amendment Act 2010 (FMSA) will enter into force on 1 July 2011. These include the voluntary supervisory regime for investment institutions, and the major exemption for offerors of investment objects.
Netherlands
8 Jul 2011
Links to Result pages
 
1