ECB appoints expert advisers on supervisory process

Carolyn Rogers
Carolyn Rogers
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The European Central Bank’s supervisory arm has named five external experts to advise on its annual Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process.

The SREP advisers will look at ways of making the process more efficient and comparing it with other supervisory exercises, the ECB announced on September 1. Their mandate will run until the first quarter of next year.

The ECB’s single supervisory mechanism carries out the SREP for the eurozone’s largest banks, which it directly oversees. The SREP

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