ECB consults on supervisory fees: ECB is consulting, until 11 July 2014, on the ECB Regulation establishing the methodology for determining the annual amount of its supervisory fees. The expenditure it will have to recover from the banking sector for its supervisory activity in 2015 is estimated to be around €260 million. The largest banks would have to pay an annual fee of approximately €15 million, while the smallest banks among those indirectly supervised by ECB may pay around €2,000. (Source: ECB Regulation on Supervisory Fees)

ECB and EBA clarify links between their reporting frameworks: ECB and EBA have published a bridging manual and relational database that form the third version of the classification system linking their respective reporting framework. (Source: ECB and EBA Update Classification System)