Document reference

2021/2618(DEA)  
Capital Requirements Directive (CRDIV): regulatory technical standards setting out the criteria to define managerial responsibility, control functions, material business units and a significant impact on a material business unit’s risk profile, and setting out criteria for identifying staff members or categories of staff whose professional activities have an impact on the institution’s risk profile that is comparably as material as that of staff members or categories of staff referred to in Article 92(3)  
Basic information  

2021/2618(DEA)

DEA - Delegated acts procedure

Supplementing 2011/0203(COD)

Subject
2.50.10 Financial supervision

Status

Procedure completed - delegated act enters into force

 

Key players  
Key events  
25/03/2021
Non-legislative basic document published
25/03/2021
Initial period for examining delegated act 3 month(s)
19/04/2021
Delegated act not objected by Council
28/04/2021
Committee referral announced in Parliament
18/05/2021
Decision by Parliament
Technical information  
Procedure reference
2021/2618(DEA)
Procedure type
DEA - Delegated acts procedure
Procedure subtype
Examination of delegated act
Legal basis
Rules of Procedure EP 0111-p6
Stage reached in procedure
Procedure completed - delegated act enters into force
Committee dossier
ECON/9/05698
Documentation gateway  
  • European Parliament 
    Recommendation for early non-objection of delegated act
       
    12/05/2021
    EP
     
    Text adopted by Parliament, single reading
       
    18/05/2021
    EP
     
  • European Commission 
    Non-legislative basic document
     
    25/03/2021
    EC
     
    Document attached to the procedure
     
    C(2021)3671
    20/05/2021
    EC
     
  • All 
    Non-legislative basic document
       
    25/03/2021
    EC
     
    Recommendation for early non-objection of delegated act
       
    12/05/2021
    EP
     
    Text adopted by Parliament, single reading
       
    18/05/2021
    EP
     
    Document attached to the procedure
       
    C(2021)3671
    20/05/2021
    EC