The ESRB Annual Report provides the public with an overview of systemic risk analysis, policy measures to address these risks and compliance with its recommendations. It is usually published in July as part of the ESRB’s accountability obligations.
The ESRB publishes reports on potential systemic risks arising in the financial sectors.
The Advisory Scientific Committee (ASC) contributes to the public debate on macroprudential policy by publishing ASC Reports and ASC Insights.
The ESRB risk dashboard is a set of quantitative and qualitative indicators of systemic risk in the EU financial system. It is published quarterly, one week after its adoption by the General Board, and is accompanied by an overview note that explains the recent development of the indicators.
The ESRB publishes non-technical commentaries on selected topics related to macroprudential policy to inform the general public about issues that are relevant from a macroprudential perspective.
The ESRB Working Paper Series is run by the Advisory Scientific Committee. Its purpose is to collate high-quality research on systemic risk and macroprudential policy, thus informing the policymaking activities of the ESRB.
The ESRB Occasional Paper Series is an outlet for the publication of analytical and policy work that has been conducted within ESRB expert groups.
The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) requires transaction-level data on derivatives contracts to be reported to trade repositories and grants the ESRB access to the EU-wide dataset.