Capital adequacy framework / Basel II

New Capital requirements (Basel II) for the financial industry was introduced 1. January 2007. Here you will find more information and also the Pillar 3 report.
External parameters for the financial services industry have changed through the introduction of new capital adequacy regulations (Basel II) on 1 January 2007. The new capital adequacy regulations ensue from an EU directive, with parallel introduction in Norway through the EEA agreement.

The regulations will imply greater consistency between the authorities' capital adequacy requirements for financial institutions and the methods applied by the institutions themselves in calculating capital requirements. The new capital adequacy regulations also define specific requirements regarding the disclosure of financial information (Pillar 3).

Read the Capital adequacy regulations/Basel II, Pillar 3 2015

Pillar 3 2015 Attachment

DNBs G-SIB indicators according to BIS parametres
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