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Registers and other list of institutions

EUCLID (the European Centralised Infrastructure for Supervisory Data) is the platform and data infrastructure developed and used by the EBA to gather and analyse regulatory data from a wide range of financial institutions. It covers supervisory, resolution, remuneration and payments data.

Besides regulatory data, EUCLID collects a coherent set of master data information to identify institutions. This is the core of the EBA’s public registers, namely the Credit Institutions Register (CIR) and the Payments Institutions register (PIR) under the Payments Service Directive (PSD2).

This section provides references to the registers and other lists of institutions that the EBA maintains on the basis of information collected through its regulatory activities.

EUCLID in numbers

How many

Defining properties

Data source

Largest EU/EEA credit institutions or banking groups

>150

60

COREP (solvency, large exposures, liquidity, leverage ratio, fundamental review of the trading book, supervisory benchmarking of internal models, asset encumbrance), FINREP (IFRS9, national GAAP, Covid-19), Funding Plans, Resolution (Planning, MREL Decisions, MREL/TLAC), Global Systemically Important Institutions, Remunerations (High-Earners, Benchmarking), Other Systemically Important Institutions 

Credit institutions

>4400

46

Banking groups

>400

20

Investment firms

>2500

25

Investment Firms (CLASS2, CLASS3, GroupTest), COREP (solvency, large exposures, liquidity, leverage ratio, fundamental review of the trading book, supervisory benchmarking of internal models, asset encumbrance), FINREP (IFRS9, national GAAP, Covid-19), Resolution (Planning, MREL Decisions, MREL/TLAC)

Investment firms’ groups

>400

19

Payment institutions

>2400

20

Payments, Resolution (Planning, MREL Decisions, MREL/TLAC)

E-money institutions

>300

12

Payments

 

 

Registers

 

Other lists of institutions

EU-wide transparency exercise

List of institutions 

The transparency exercise is part of the EBA’s ongoing efforts to foster transparency and market discipline in the EU financial market, and complements banks’ own Pillar 3 disclosures, as laid down in the EU’s capital requirements directive (CRD)

EU-wide stress testing

List of institutions (2021) 

The EBA is mandated to monitor and assess market developments as well as to identify trends, potential risks and vulnerabilities stemming from the micro-prudential level.

Risk Dashboard

List of Largest Reporting Institutions  (March 2022) 

The EBA Risk Dashboard is part of the regular risk assessment conducted by the EBA and complements the Risk Assessment Report. The EBA Risk Dashboard summarises the main risks and vulnerabilities in the banking sector in the European Union (EU) by looking at the evolution of Risk Indicators (RI) among a sample of banks across the EU.

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