Upcoming events

EBA Liquidity Management Seminar
"The perfect storm: How the liquidity ecosystem is shifting to a new paradigm"
28th - 29th March 2023
London, UK
EBA Board meeting
04th May 2023
van den berg Forum 2023
"Zahlungsverkehr 2023plus – Man nehme ..." Presentation by Thomas Egner, EBA
10th May 2023

Latest news

Mar 07th

Euro Banking Association issues best practice recommendations towards harmonised KYC processes

The Euro Banking Association (EBA) released recommendations on data verification for corporate-to-bank KYC in low-risk situations. Issued as a follow-up on its EBA Common Baseline Classification Standard (CBCS) released in April 2022, this new publication proposes a harmonised approach to corporate data collection and verification in know-your-customer (KYC) processes.

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Download EBA CBCS - Data Verification for Corporate-to-Bank KYC in low-risk situations

Download EBA CBCS - Common Baseline Classification Standard for Corporate-to-Bank KYC in low-risk situations, version 2.0

Dec 01st

Euro Banking Association report explores use of real-time data in corporate liquidity management

The Euro Banking Association (EBA) today released a report on the use of real-time data in corporate liquidity management based on research by the EBA Liquidity Management Working Group (LMWG).

The aim of this paper is to provide insight into how some companies already use real-time data in the liquidity management space, and where they could potentially benefit from real-time data access. In doing so, the LMWG aims to highlight and clarify the opportunities for banks in this space as well as likely constraints.

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Oct 28th

Euro Banking Association makes EBA Fraud Taxonomy publicly available to provide pan-European framework for fraud combatting

The EBA Fraud Taxonomy, a pan-European taxonomy for payment fraud types, is now publicly available. The taxonomy provides a simplified and straightforward framework to describe fraud scenarios related to all kinds of payments, including card transactions. It helps banks and other payment service providers to harmonise the categories they use for the description of fraud types.

To request a free copy of the taxonomy, click here. For more information on the work of the EBA's Expert Group on Payment Fraud-related Topics, click here.