Public consultation on Part 2 of the Guide to assessments of licence applications
This consultation gives interested parties the opportunity to comment on Part 2 of the Guide to assessments of license applications (the “Licensing Guide”). Part 2 complements the first part of the Licensing Guide, published in March 2018, and both documents should be read together as one guide.
Deadline for submitting comments: midnight CET on 25 October 2018.
Only comments received before this deadline will be considered.
The Guide reflects the ECB’s commitment to ensuring consistent supervisory practices across the euro area by promoting a common interpretation of the licensing criteria. Part 2 of the Licensing Guide focuses on the assessment criteria for capital requirements and programmes of operations, including business plans.
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Only comments provided using the above templates 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 put “Public consultation on Part 2 of the Guide to assessments of licence applications” in the subject line.
Submitting comments using the above templates by post:
Send your comments to the following address:
European Central Bank Secretariat to the Supervisory Board
“Public consultation on Part 2 of the Guide to assessments of licence applications”
60640 Frankfurt am Main
After the end of the consultation period, all comments submitted using the above 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:
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