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It’s all about EU Capital Requirements Regulation

Transforming The Complexity

Published documents by EBA
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Q&As answered by EBA
1312
Number of words in the CRR
188000
Supervisory decisions by ECB in 2016
1835

Into Clarity

Online Analysis Tools

Development of an efficient tool to change the way regulatory analysis is done. Will be launched end of 2017.

Weekly Briefings

Delivery of reports, updates and briefings on the latest EU CRR developments.

Commentary

Video based online commentary for the EU Regulatory Capital Requirements Regulation. Will be launched mid of 2017.

Recent Briefings

Authors

Pascal, a German qualified lawyer, is CEO and Co-founder of Lexemo. Before the founding of Lexemo, Pascal was a banking regulatory Partner at Simmons & Simmons and Counsel at Clifford Chance advising European Financial Institutions on EU banking regulation. He regularly publishes in professional journals about banking regulation.

Pascal Di Prima
Pascal Di Prima

Tobias graduated in law from University of Mainz following a PhD in banking supervision law including a research semester in Berkeley (USA). He has several years of professional experience in advising as well as in supervision. He regularly publishes on questions of banking, corporate and tax law.

Tobias Bauerfeind
Tobias Bauerfeind

Tobias is a freelancing Consultant specialized in the the regulatory compliance of governance and process related topics within banks. Focused to the 2nd line of defense he supports while and after supervisory inspections. Before this he was working as project manager for Capco. Tobias studied business and administration in Frankfurt and Kiel.

Tobias Mörschner
Tobias Moerschner

Dang is a capital markets lawyer at Simmons & Simmons. He studied law in Germany and the US and wrote a regulatory thesis on financial innovations. He was a research assistant with the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation at Harvard Law School.

Doctor Dang Ngo
Dr Khanh Dang Ngo

Matthias is a graduate in business administration as well as rating analyst. As Senior Manager at RFC Professionals, Matthias is amongst other responsibilities focused on the regulatory solution development. Prior to joining RFC Professionals, Matthias worked for the German Savings Bank Association (Deutscher Sparkassen- und Giroverband) as well as Deutsche Börse Group as an Expert / Vice President in the areas banking supervision and market infrastructure regulation.

Matthias Oßmann