The Banking Supervision arm of the European Central Bank has opened a consultation on a proposed guide on assessing counterparty credit risk. The proposed guide sets out the ECB's approach to assessing the internal models that banks use to calculate their exposure to counterparty credit risk under the Capital Requirements Regulation. The proposed guide would apply to those Eurozone banks for which the ECB is responsible for direct prudential supervision as part of the Single Supervisory Mechanism, and that are permitted to use internal model methods. The consultation closes on March 18, 2020.

View the ECB public consultation.