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Watchdog revises list of Poland's systemically important banks following review

The Polish Financial Supervision Authority removed Alior Bank SA and Deutsche Bank AG unit Deutsche Bank Polska SA from the list of Poland's other systemically important institutions, or O-SII, following an analysis of the list that showed they no longer fulfill the criteria.

Post-review, Poland's nine systemically important lenders are PKO Bank Polski SA, Banco Santander SA unit Santander Bank Polska SA, Bank Pekao SA, Commerzbank AG unit mBank SA, ING Groep NV unit ING Bank Śląski SA, Citigroup Inc. unit Bank Handlowy w Warszawie SA, BNP Paribas SA unit BNP Paribas Bank Polska SA, Bank Polskiej Spółdzielczości SA and SGB-Bank SA, the regulator said Oct. 15.

The FSA kept the O-SII buffers unchanged for PKO Bank Polski at 1%, Bank Pekao at 0.75%, ING Bank Śląski at 0.50% and both Bank Handlowy and BNP Paribas Bank Polska at 0.25% of their total risk exposure.

The regulator increased the O-SII buffers for Santander Bank Polska and mBank to 0.75% from 0.50% and for Bank Polskiej Spółdzielczości and SGB-Bank to 0.10% from 0% of their total risk exposure.