List of supervised banks
The ECB maintains a list of all significant banks under its direct supervision and less significant banks under its indirect supervision.
The list of supervised entities is updated regularly and reflects all decisions on bank significance that entered into force before the relevant cut-off date.
List of all supervised entities (cut-off date for changes: 1 July 2022)
Introduction to the list (including its legal basis)
Changes in significance status
The ECB reviews the significance status of all banks under European banking supervision every year. It also carries out ad hoc assessments during the year whenever necessary, for instance in the context of the granting of authorisations (licensing), the withdrawal of authorisations, or when changes occur in the structure of a group.Criteria for determining significance
Annual reviewDetailed information on changes resulting from the latest annual review Previous annual reviews
Types of supervised entities
In the SSM Framework Regulation, the types of supervised banks are referred to as:
- credit institutions established in participating Member States
- financial holding companies established in participating Member States
- mixed financial holding companies established in participating Member States
- branches established in participating Member States by credit institutions established in non-participating Member States