According to Article 143 (1) and 144 of the European Directive 2013/36/EC, competent authorities are required to disclose aggregate statistical data on key aspects of the implementation of their prudential framework. The key aspects include information about banks and investment firms on both the supervisory process and supervisory outcomes.
The areas of information to be disclosed as well as the level of detail, have been decided by the European Supervisory Authorities, when designing the supervisory disclosures framework. The disclosures in this section, relate to the following topics:
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Statistical data for all topics as of 2014:
No confidential information which competent authorities may receive in the course of their duties may be divulged to any person or authority whatsoever, except in summary or collective form, such that individual credit institutions cannot be identified, without prejudice to cases covered by criminal law. Accordingly, whenever the disclosure of aggregate statistical data would result in a breach of confidentiality as determined by the national competent authority, those data should not be disclosed.
The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), as the competent authority of the Investment Firms operating in the Republic, retains full responsibility for the data and information published in Central Bank of Cyprus' website regarding the supervisory measures taken and the administrative penalties imposed to Investment Firms.
For an overview regarding statistical data in the EU member states see the corresponding tables on EBA website.