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David Labella

Regulatory Affairs

David is the Head of Prudential Regulatory Affairs for Mazars’ banking practice in France. He has more than eight years of experience within the banking sector, having worked previously for two French banks before joining the supervisory team of the French Prudential Supervision and Resolution Authority, ACPR. Before joining Mazars in September 2017, David was working at the French Banking Federation on banking regulatory issues.

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Regulatory flexibility gives banks the tools to support the economy during the Covid-19 pandemic

Perspectives

With banks no longer the weak link in the financial system, they now have a key role to play in supporting the real economy to...

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New prudential regulation for investment firms in Europe

Perspectives

At the end of nearly two years of legislative work, the reform of the prudential regulation of investment firms completed its final phase with the...

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The need for a consistent agenda between regulators, supervisors and legislators

Perspectives

With 2019 marking a move for the European Banking Authority (EBA) to Paris in April, regulatory priorities will see the EBA preparing the work of...

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Implementation of post-crisis reforms and remaining challenges in 2019

Perspectives

At the last G20 summit in Buenos Aires, leaders called for the full implementation of all major international financial reforms intended to improve the financial...

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European banks are better armed against macro-economic shocks

Perspectives

On Friday 2 November, as expected, the European Banking Authority (EBA) published the results of the 2018 EU wide stress tests on European banks’ solvency...

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Tackling the issue of NPLs : a European perspective

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Because of the 2008 financial and economic crisis, banks have accumulated billions of non-performing loans (NPLs) on their balance sheets. Even 10 years after this...

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