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EBAEuropean Banking Authority (est. 2010)
EBAÉcole des Beaux Arts (French: School of Fine Arts)
EBAEisenbahn-Bundesamt (German)
EBAEverything But Arms (est. 2001; EU)
EBAEmotional Bank Account (psychology)
EBAEarly Bronze Age
EBAEnergy Bar Association (Washington, DC; energy regulatory law)
EBAEnterprise Bargaining Agreement (Australia)
EBAExpanded Bed Adsorption
EBAEngine Braking Assist (vehicles)
EBAEscola de Belas Artes (Portuguese: School of Fine Arts; Brazil)
EBAEuropean Biogas Association (est. 2009)
EBAElite Beat Agents (video game)
EBAEmployee Benefit Adviser (online magazine)
EBAEconomics & Business Administration (various schools)
EBAEuro Banking Association
EBAEnglish Bowling Association
EBAEuropean Business Administration (various schools)
EBAEscape Breathing Apparatus
EBAElectronic Brake Assistance
EBAEverything But Anchovies
EBAEverything-But-Arms Initiative
EBAEon Blue Apocalypse (gaming forum)
EBAExclusive Buyer's Agent (real estate)
EBAEngineering Business Administration (degree)
EBAElectronic Brake Assist
EBAEmergency Brake Assistance
EBAEndothelial-Barrier Antigen (protein)
EBAExtreme Bound Analysis (stock return data)
EBAEuropean Bonsai Association (plants)
EBAEspace Bioéthique Aquitain (French: Space Bioethics Aquitaine; Aquitaine, France)
EBAEnterprise Business Application
EBAEuropean Boating Association (UK)
EBAEuan Barty Associates (China)
EBAExact Business Analytics (software)
EBAÉlectronique Bobinage Applications (French: Winding Electronics Applications)
EBAEphorate of Byzantine Antiquities (Greece)
EBAEgyptian Businessmen's Association (est. 1975)
EBAEspoir Bleu Ardentais (French sports club)
EBAEpizootic Bovine Abortion
EBAEngineer Battlefield Assessment
EBAEuropean Bankers Association
EBAEastern Basketball Alliance
EBAEuropean Blood Alliance (EU)
EBAEffects Based Assessment
EBAEfek Beragun Aset (Indonesian: Asset-Backed Securities)
EBAEuropean Bowhunting Association (aka European Bowhunting Federation)
EBAEnthousiastes Bugatti Alsace (French automobile club; est. 1979)
EBAEvolution and Biodiversity in Antarctica
EBAElba Island, Italy - Marina Di Campo (Airport Code)
EBAEndangered Breeds Association
EBAEmergency Breathing Apparatus
EBAExecutive Board Action (various organizations)
EBAElimination by Aspects Model
EBAEnglish Basketball Association
EBAEconomic and Business Analysis (consulting services)
EBAEvents by Appointment, Ltd. (UK)
EBAEthnic Business Awards (of Australia)
EBAEthiopian Bar Association (legal group)
EBAElectron Beam Accelerator
EBAEastbay Badminton Association (Emeryville, CA)
EBAExponentiated Born Approximation
EBAElectronics Bay Assembly
EBAEccentric Borehole Antenna
EBAEvaluation By Aspects
EBAE Business Administration (education)
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Users will now be able to review on the EBA website all the EBA's final Technical Standards and Guidelines associated with the Securitisation Regulation by navigating through this text on an article-by-article basis.
After the meeting, Mogherini and her team issued a press release saying the meeting had discussed 'the ongoing monitoring and engagement under the EU's unilaterally granted EBA trade preferences scheme'.
The EBA will move to a new modular release for the next reporting framework 2.9 and is, therefore, also publishing its forward schedule of the modular release to help users in their planning.
EMA has a good compatibility with EBA, because they are both ethylene-acrylic esters with similar chain structures.
The plan sets out the EBA's priorities for monitoring emerging trends and analysing the impact on incumbent institutions' business models.
Available via a SaaS delivery model or on-premise, the solution is fully designed to provide connectivity to the pan-European EBA SEPA Instant Credit Transfer Scheme (SCT Inst).
The EBA also invited the PIEDMC (Punjab Industrial Estates Development and Managment Company) Chairman S.M.
aFollowing a stage of preliminary enquiries, the Chairman of the EBA has opened an investigation into a possible breach of Union law by competent authorities in the Republic of Bulgaria,a the statement says.
In a statement on its website, EBA said it will be publishing "up to 12,000 data points per bank across the entire EU" that will cover banks' composition of capital, risk weighted assets (RWAs), profit and loss (P&L), exposures to sovereigns, credit risk and securitisation.
"This immediate response will 'shield' regulated financial services from virtual currency schemes and will mitigate those risks that arise from the interaction between virtual currency schemes and regulated financial services," the EBA said.
This exercise constitutes a test of credibility for the EBA and national authorities, criticised severely in 2011 when certain banks passed stress tests even though they were in a very precarious situation.