The EBA has published final Guidelines defining how confidential information collected pursuant to the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive should be disclosed by national supervisory authorities. The Guidelines cover how confidential information should be provided in summary or collective form and define the principle-based factors for anonymising the information, which vary depending on the number of institutions the confidential information relates to, specific characteristics allowing for the identification of the entities referred to and the timing of a disclosure where it may create a risk of the individual institutions or entities being identified.
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