On 13 July 2022, the Single Resolution Board (SRB) published, for the first time, its assessment of bank resolvability. The assessment is based on the information available to the SRB during the drafting phase of 2021 resolution plans up until the end of September 2021. The resolvability assessment and ‘heat-map’ for 2021 shows that banks have made significant progress in the SRB’s priority areas but there is still room for improvement. Progress is needed by all banks on the swift mobilisation of liquidity and collateral in resolution, the further automation of management information systems for the purposes of valuation and resolution as well as the further operationalisation of restructuring and separation capabilities post-resolution.