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European Commission Proposes Extensive CRR / CRD IV And BRRD Reform Package
On 23 November 2016, the European Commission published its proposal for a reform package intended to further strengthen the resilience of credit institutions in the EU.
European Union
25 Nov 2016
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Amendment To The Civil Code In Order To Foster Lending
On 13 June 2016 the Hungarian Parliament adopted an amendment to the Civil Code which entered into force two years ago.
Hungary
14 Jul 2016
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Hungary Incentivizes Banks To Sell Their Non-Performing Project Loans
The Hungarian National Bank would like to incentivize the country's banks to clean their portfolios, since the banks still hold over HUF 700 billion (approx. EUR 2.25 billion) of non-performing project loans.
Hungary
2 Dec 2015
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New Capital Requirements For European Banks – Grandfathering For Existing Equity Instruments
As recent developments have shown, it is highly unlikely that the EU Capital Requirements Regulation on credit institutions and investment firms, which aims to put in place a comprehensive and risk-oriented regulatory frame work through out the EU.
European Union
18 Jun 2013
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Significantly Wider Scope Of Application Of The Austrian Act On Financial Collateral
The Austrian Act on Financial Collateral (Finanzsicherheiten-Gesetz; FinSG), which regulates the granting and enforcement of financial collateral arrangements between participants in the financial markets, has recently been amended with effect from 30 June 2011.
Austria
12 Sep 2012
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Changes In The Banking Law For Converting A Credit Institution Branch Into A Joint Stock Company
On 14 July 2011 an amendment to the Polish Banking Law entered into force under which foreign branches of credit institutions may be converted into domestic banks as a joint-stock company.
Poland
12 Sep 2012
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Outsourcing Of Banking Activities - Current Controversies And Proposed Amendments
According to estimates by the Polish Bank Association, 75.9% of banks in Poland use outsourcing and a further 13.8% plan to commission certain activities to external entities.
Poland
2 Mar 2011
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Bankers' Bonuses
In autumn 2010 the draft of the amended Austrian Banking Act (Bankwesengesetz; BWG) announced restrictions of the variable remuneration policy of credit institutions, irrespective of general rules of civil and employment law.
Austria
20 Feb 2011
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A New Law for Registering Pledges
In 2009 an extensive amendment to the Act on the Registered Pledge was introduced, removing many restrictions on the registered pledge system.
Poland
31 Mar 2010
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More Stringent Regulation Of Financial Institutions In Bulgaria
New rules on financial institutions entered into force in May 2009. Existing financial institutions had to apply for registration under the new rules by 30 September 2009.
Bulgaria
22 Mar 2010
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Consumer Protection Measures In Retail Financing
Unhappy with being labelled the local scapegoats for the effects of the financial crisis, Hungarian banks and other retail financers have adopted a code of conduct to show goodwill towards distressed clients.
Hungary
16 Mar 2010
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New EU M&A Framework In The Banking, Insurance And Investment Sectors
The qualification and background of the shareholders of regulated financial services providers (such as credit institutions, insurance undertakings and investment firms), their commercial and strategic aims and the quality and source of the funds available to them for acquisition or for injection into an Austrian regulated institution has always been of interest for supervisors.
Austria
21 Feb 2010
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Overview of Austrian Mergers and Acquisitions
a brief overview of the public M&A market in Austria
Austria
19 Jul 2005
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