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Single Supervisory Mechanism Framework regulation
Regulation (EU) No 468/2014 — EU mechanism for banking supervision (SSM framework regulation)
WHAT DOES THIS REGULATION DO?
It sets out the legal framework on the practical arrangements for implementing the Single Supervisory Mechanism* (SSM), in order to support the supervisory responsibilities which are given to the ECB and the national bank supervisors.
It governs relations between the European Central Bank (ECB) in its supervisory capacity and national bank supervisors.
It sets the methodology for the assessment of SSM-supervised entities and their classification as either significant or less significant.
The regulation complements Regulation (EU) No 1024/2013, known as the SSM regulation, which established the SSM. The SSM comprises the ECB and the national competent authorities (NCAs) of the participating EU countries.
Scope: the regulation covers both the practical arrangements for cooperation between the ECB and NCAs and the detailed rules on organisational matters, administrative procedures and sanctions, including:
Organisation of SSM e.g. providing the procedures underpinning the responsibilities given to the ECB and the NCAs.
Operation of the SSM by the ECB and the NCAs, including due process for adopting ECB supervisory decisions and reporting of breaches.
Procedures for cooperation between ECB, NCAs and national designated authorities* on macro-prudential tasks and tools.
A key part of the SSM framework regulation is the methodology for the assessment and review of a supervised entity and its classification as significant or less significant, as well as the arrangements resulting from this assessment.
FROM WHEN DOES THIS REGULATION APPLY?
It entered into force on 15 May 2014.
*Single Supervisory Mechanism: a EU system of banking supervision composed of the ECB and the national competent authorities (NCAs). It gives the ECB direct supervisory powers over banks based in EU countries participating in the SSM.
*EU banking union: established in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis in order to strengthen supervision of EU banks.
*Single Resolution Mechanism: an EU system to deal efficiently with failing banks.
*National designated authorities: the relevant authorities appointed in each of the EU countries that work with the ECB on implementing the SSM regulation – frequently, they are the national central banks but they may also be the national financial supervisory authorities.
Regulation (EU) No 468/2014 of the European Central Bank of 16 April 2014 establishing the framework for cooperation within the Single Supervisory Mechanism between the European Central Bank and national competent authorities and with national designated authorities (SSM Framework Regulation) (ECB/2014/17) (OJ L 141, 14.5.2014, pp. 1–50)
last update 27.04.2020
Deze samenvatting is overgenomen van EUR-Lex.Verordening (EU) nr. 468/2014 van de Europese Centrale Bank van 16 april 2014 tot vaststelling van een kader voor samenwerking binnen het Gemeenschappelijk Toezichtsmechanisme tussen de Europese Centrale Bank en nationale bevoegde autoriteiten en met nationale aangewezen autoriteiten (GTM-kaderverordening) (ECB/2014/17)