Interactive Single Rulebook

The Interactive Single Rulebook is an on-line tool that provides a comprehensive compendium of  the level 1 text for the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) and the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV); Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD); the Deposit Guarantee Schemes Directive (DGSD); and the Payments Services Directive (PSD2)  the corresponding technical standards developed by the European Banking Authority (EBA) and adopted by the European Commission (RTS and ITS), as well as the EBA Guidelines and related Q&As.
 
The purpose of the Single Rulebook is to ensure the consistent application of the regulatory banking framework across the EU.
 
This Interactive Single Rulebook is meant purely as a documentation tool and the EBA does not assume any liability for its contents. For the authentic version of EU legislation users should refer to the Official Journal of the European Union.
 
Please click on the relevant legislative text to see technical standards, guidelines and Q&As relating to each Article.
 
 
 

Interactive Single Rulebook

Path Capital Requirements Regulation > PART ONE > TITLE II > CHAPTER 2 > Section 1 > Article 14 (Copy link to article)
Title Article 14
Description Application of requirements of Part Five on a consolidated basis
Main content

1. Parent undertakings and their subsidiaries subject to this Regulation shall meet the obligations laid down in Part Five on a consolidated or sub-consolidated basis, to ensure that their arrangements, processes and mechanisms required by those provisions are consistent and well-integrated and that any data and information relevant to the purpose of supervision can be produced. In particular, they shall ensure that subsidiaries not subject to this Regulation implement arrangements, processes and mechanisms to ensure compliance with those provisions.

2. Institutions shall apply an additional risk weight in accordance with Article 407 when applying Article 92 on a consolidated or sub-consolidated basis if the requirements of Article 405 or 406 are breached at the level of an entity established in a third country included in the consolidation in accordance with Article 18 if the breach is material in relation to the overall risk profile of the group.

3. Obligations resulting from Part Five concerning subsidiaries, not themselves subject to this Regulation, shall not apply if the EU parent institution or institutions controlled by an EU parent financial holding company or EU parent mixed financial holding company, can demonstrate to the competent authorities that the application of Part Five is unlawful under the laws of the third country where the subsidiary is established.

 

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