Public consultation on the draft ECB guide to internal models – General topics chapter

This consultation gives interested parties the opportunity to comment on the General topics chapter of the draft ECB guide to internal models.

Deadline for submitting comments: midnight CET on 28 May 2018.

Only comments received before this deadline will be considered.

Draft ECB guide to internal models – General topics chapter

The ECB aims to ensure consistency among supervisory teams in respect of the interpretation of the legal framework for internal models. The first part of the Guide to internal models focuses on general topics and sets out principles for non-model-specific topics.

Deadline for submitting comments: midnight CET on 28 May 2018.

Only comments received before this deadline will be considered.

Submitting comments

Submit your comments by midnight CET on 28 May 2018 using this template:

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Please provide relevant examples or data, where appropriate.

Only comments provided using the above template will be published after the close of this public consultation.


Submitting comments, using the above template, by email:

Send your comments to: SSMPublicConsultation@ecb.europa.eu

Please write “Public consultation on the draft ECB guide to internal models – General topics chapter” in the subject line.


Submitting comments, using the above template, by post:

Send your comments to the following address:

European Central Bank
Secretariat to the Supervisory Board
“Public consultation on the draft ECB guide to internal models – General topics chapter”
60640 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Publication of comments

After the consultation period closes, all comments submitted using the template will be published on this web page along with a feedback statement. For details on how your personal data and contribution will be handled, please see this privacy statement:

Privacy statement

Public hearing

The ECB will hold a public hearing in the form of a telephone conference at 10:00 CET on 18 April 2018.

The event will comprise a presentation followed by a question and answer session in English for registered participants.

How to register

Please register your interest in participating in the hearing, using this form, by 11 April 2018. Registrations received after this date will not be accepted.


Registered participants will receive a confirmation email containing the telephone number and an access code for the hearing.

Please dial in at least five minutes before the beginning of the conference call.

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