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|Apr 2023||Policy Brief||No 573||Moving apart – the financial sectors in UK and EU post-Brexit||Thorsten Beck, Christy Ann Petit|
|Apr 2022||Policy Brief||No 320||Global Banking, Regulatory Spillovers, and the Benefits of Macroprudential Policy Coordination||Pierre-Richard Agénor, Timothy P Jackson, Luiz A Pereira da Silva|
|Oct 2021||Policy Brief||No 195||Is window dressing by banks systemically important?||Luis Garcia, Ulf Lewrick, Taja Sečnik|
|Feb 2021||Policy Note||No 225||Sharing Economy in the Financial Industry: A Platform Approach towards Sharing in Regulatory Reporting using the Shapley Value||Aaron Janowski, Moritz Plenk, Mirko Haselwander|
|Feb 2021||Policy Brief||No 46||The crisis management framework for banks in the EU: what can be done with small and medium-sized banks?||Elke König|
|Feb 2021||Policy Note||No 221||The future of data collection & data management: Agile RegOps for digitalizing the regulatory value chain||Martina Drvar, Johannes Turner, Maciej Piechocki, Eric Stiegeler, Daniel Münch|
|Jan 2021||Policy Note||No 217||The post-COVID-19 recovery: what challenges and roadmap for the banking industry?||Jordi Gual|
|Jan 2021||Policy Note||No 216||Capital Buffer Assignments to Other Systemically Important Institutions in the Euro area – Is the Country Heterogeneity in the EU caused by Regulatory Capture?||Michael Sigmund|
|Dec 2020||Policy Note||No 210||On the risk-adjusted performance of machine learning models in credit default prediction||Andres Alonso, Jose Manuel Carbo|
|Aug 2020||Policy Note||No 187||Measuring Regulatory Complexity||Jean-Edouard Colliard, Co-Pierre Georg|
|Feb 2020||Policy Note||No 134||Regulating fintech: what is going on, and where are the challenges?||Fernando Restoy|
|Feb 2020||Policy Note||No 132||The European Banking Union||Margarita Delgado|
|Jan 2020||Policy Note||No 123||DLT-Based Regulatory Reporting - A game changer for the regulatory regime?||Daniel Münch, Noah Bellon|
|Oct 2019||Policy Note||No 106||Banks’ behavioral reactions to Basel III: mostly as intended||Stefan W. Schmitz|
|Jul 2019||Policy Note||No 86||Regulatory complexity and the quest for robust regulation||Prasanna Gai, Malcolm Kemp, Antonio Sánchez Serrano, Isabel Schnabel|
|Jun 2019||Policy Note||No 80||A products and activities approach to managing risk in asset management||Barbara Novick|
|Jun 2019||Policy Note||No 75||The future of financial stability: Maintaining effectiveness while reducing complexity||Andreas Ittner|
|Feb 2018||Policy Note||No 26||Comparability of Basel risk weights in the EU banking sector||Zsofia Döme, Stefan Kerbl|
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