- March 2021: Statement of compliance with EU Benchmarks Regulation 2021
- February 2021: Planned cessation of Eonia on 3 January 2022
- February 2021: Outcome of the first annual review of the Hybrid Methodology for EURIBOR
- November 2020: The Working group on euro risk-free rates has published two public consultations
On 14 December 2000, the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) has decided that, from 2002 until further notice, the Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer (TARGET) system will be closed, in addition to Saturdays and Sundays, on the following days:
- New Year's Day
- Good Friday (Catholic/Protestant)
- Easter Monday (Catholic/Protestant)
- 1 May (Labour Day)
- Christmas Day
- 26 December
For further information, please visit the Website of the ECB.
EONIA® Governance Framework
As a critical benchmark administrator, the European Money Markets Institute (EMMI) has defined and implements robust governance and control arrangements to ensure EONIA®'s integrity and reliability.
EMMI has adopted a Governance Framework to establish the requirements and principles related to the provision of theEONIA® benchmark. The EONIA® Governance Framework consists of the following components:
- The EONIA® Governance Code of Conduct (GCC), which sets out the governance, control and accountability frameworks established by EMMI for the provision of EONIA®.
- The Benchmark Determination Methodology for EONIA® (BDM), which sets out the determination methodology for the calculation of EONIA® under both regular and contingency circumstances.
The EONIA® Governance Framework is supported by a set of policies and procedures covering all aspects of the provision of the benchmark.