Loss Given Default (LGD)
Institutions shall provide own estimates of LGDs
subject to the requirements specified in Section 6 of this Chapter and permission of the competent authorities granted in accordance with Article 143. For dilution risk
of purchased receivables, an LGD
value of 75 % shall be used. If an institution
can decompose its EL
estimates for dilution risk
of purchased receivables into PDs
in a reliable manner, the institution
may use its own LGD
Unfunded credit protection may be recognised as eligible by adjusting PD
estimates subject to requirements as specified in Article 183(1), (2) and (3) and the permission of the competent authorities either in support of an individual exposure
or a pool of exposures
. An institution
shall not assign guaranteed exposures
an adjusted PD
such that the adjusted risk weight would be lower than that of a comparable, direct exposure
to the guarantor.
For the purposes of Article 154(2), the LGD
of a comparable direct exposure
to the protection provider referred to in Article 153(3) shall either be the LGD
associated with an unhedged facility to the guarantor or the unhedged facility of the obligor, depending upon whether, in the event both the guarantor and obligor default during the life of the hedged transaction, available evidence and the structure of the guarantee indicate that the amount recovered would depend on the financial condition of the guarantor or obligor, respectively.
The exposure-weighted average LGD
for all retail exposures
secured by residential property
and not benefiting from guarantees from central governments shall not be lower than 10 %.
The exposure-weighted average LGD for all retail exposures secured by commercial immovable property and not benefiting from guarantees from central governments shall not be lower than 15 %.
Member States shall designate an authority to be responsible for the application of paragraph 6. That authority shall be the competent authority
or the designated authority.
Where the authority designated by the Member State for the application of this Article is the competent authority, it shall ensure that the relevant national bodies and authorities which have a macroprudential mandate are duly informed of the competent authority's intention to make use of this Article, and are appropriately involved in the assessment of financial stability concerns in its Member State in accordance with paragraph 6.
Where the authority designated by the Member State for the application of this Article is different from the competent authority, the Member State shall adopt the necessary provisions to ensure proper coordination and exchange of information between the competent authority and the designated authority for the proper application of this Article. In particular, authorities shall be required to cooperate closely and to share all the information that may be necessary for the adequate performance of the duties imposed upon the designated authority pursuant to this Article. That cooperation shall aim at avoiding any form of duplicative or inconsistent action between the competent authority and the designated authority, as well as ensuring that the interaction with other measures, in particular measures taken under Article 458 of this Regulation and Article 133 of Directive 2013/36/EU, is duly taken into account.
Based on the data collected under Article 430a and on any other relevant indicators, and taking into account forward-looking immovable property market developments the authority designated in accordance with paragraph 5 of this Article shall periodically, and at least annually, assess whether the minimum LGD
values referred to in paragraph 4 of this Article, are appropriate for exposures
secured by mortgages on residential property
or commercial immovable property located in one or more parts of the territory of the Member State of the relevant authority.
Where, on the basis of the assessment referred to in the first subparagraph of this paragraph, the authority designated in accordance with paragraph 5 concludes that the minimum LGD values referred to in paragraph 4 are not adequate, and if it considers that the inadequacy of LGD values could adversely affect current or future financial stability in its Member State, it may set higher minimum LGD values for those exposures located in one or more parts of the territory of the Member State of the relevant authority. Those higher minimum values may also be applied at the level of one or more property segments of such exposures.
The authority designated in accordance with paragraph 5 shall notify EBA and the ESRB before making the decision referred to in this paragraph. Within one month of receipt of that notification EBA and the ESRB shall provide their opinion to the Member State concerned. EBA and the ESRB shall publish those LGD values.
Where the authority designated in accordance with paragraph 5 sets higher minimum LGD
values pursuant to paragraph 6, institutions
shall have a six-month transitional period to apply them.
EBA, in close cooperation with the ESRB, shall develop draft regulatory technical standards to specify the conditions that the authority designated in accordance with paragraph 5 shall take into account when assessing the appropriateness of LGD
values as part of the assessment referred to in paragraph 6.
EBA shall submit those draft regulatory technical standards to the Commission by 31 December 2019.
Power is delegated to the Commission to supplement this Regulation by adopting the regulatory technical standards referred to in the first subparagraph in accordance with Articles 10 to 14 of Regulation (EU) No 1093/2010.
The ESRB may, by means of recommendations in accordance with Article 16 of Regulation (EU) No 1092/2010, and in close cooperation with EBA, give guidance to authorities designated in accordance with paragraph 5 of this Article on the following:
factors which could ‘adversely affect current or future financial stability’ referred to in paragraph 6; and
indicative benchmarks that the authority designated in accordance with paragraph 5 is to take into account when determining higher minimum LGD values.
of a Member State shall apply the higher minimum LGD
values that have been determined by the authorities of another Member State in accordance with paragraph 6 to all their corresponding exposures
secured by mortgages on residential property
or commercial immovable property located in one or more parts of that Member State.