Bank of Lithuania

The Capital Requirements Directive IV and Capital Requirements Regulation (CRD IV/CRR), which came into effect on 1 January 2014, are among of the most important documents regulating the EU banking sector. The aim of this legislative package is to reinforce the resilience of the EU banking sector in order to make it better suited to absorb economic shocks while ensuring that banks continue to finance economic activity and growth. These documents implement the Basel III agreement within the EU.

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Directive


Regulation


Bank of Lithuania legal acts with regard to the implementation of the Regulation


Technical standards

Technical Standards State of Play
Licensing

Implementing Technical Standards (ITS)

Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Internal governance
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Remuneration

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Own funds
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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Credit risk

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Liquidity risk

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)
Market risk

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Operational risk
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External Credit Assessment Institutions (ECAI)

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)
Securitisation and covered bonds

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Model validation

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Supervisory reporting

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

 

Large exposures

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Leverage ratio
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Transparency and Pillar 3

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

 

Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP) and Pillar 2
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Colleges of supervisors

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Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Market infrastructures
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Other topics
Implementing Technical Standards (ITS)

Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS)

Updated 13/02/2017

Commission Implementing Decisions


EBA guidelines


Supervisory disclosure


Sanctions which are imposed by the Bank of Lithuania for breach of the national provisions transposing Directive 2013/36/EU or of Regulation (EU) No 575/2013

Date Person Type of offence Type of sanction imposed Status
08/02/2016 steponkus & co FM AB Article 89(1)(b) Warning  

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Last update: 06-12-2017