The EBA is part of the European System of Financial Supervision together with two other supervisory authorities.
The senior management and directors are contributing to the functioning and representation of the EBA.
As an agency of the European Union, the EBA is subject to the provisions of the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the EU.
Our Staff Paper Series provide a platform for EBA staff to disseminate research and thematic analyses to a wider public.
The main task of the EBA is to contribute, through the adoption of binding Technical Standards (BTS) and Guidelines, to the creation of the European Single Rulebook in banking.
Information and documents related to the EBA's institutional framework, its mandate and daily operations are part of the legal framework.
Main achievements and the way forward are presented in the annual reports.
Every year the EBA launches a call for papers inviting researchers from supervisory authorities to submit their papers in topics related to banking regulation and supervision.
The EBA is represented externally by its Chairperson whose role is also to prepare the work and to lead the discussions at the Board of Supervisors' table. An Executive Director is also appointed.
The financial regulation and its implementing rules, applicable to the European Banking Authority, form the basis for the Authority's budget implementation and financial management.
Careers at the EBA are open to nationals of the 28 European Union Member States as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway.