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Banking Supervisory Disclosure
Article 144 of the Capital Requirements Directive (2006/48/EC) stipulates that all EU member states must publish information on national implementation of Basel II. To mark the transposition of Basel II into German law. The Deutsche Bundesbank and BaFin have published a joint website. The structural specifications for this were drawn up by the Committee of European Banking Supervisors (CEBS) and have been adopted uniformly by all national supervisory authorities.
Insurance supervisory disclosure
The objectives of Solvency II include the creation of greater transparency in the insurance sector. This means that both undertakings and supervisors are required to make comprehensive information available to the public. The supervisory authorities must describe the relevant legal basis and publish reports on their objectives and activities. They are also required to publish aggregated data about the industry.
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