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Observers are expressing doubts over how useful the latest round of Cebs stress tests for European banks will be.
LONDON – The Committee of European Banking Supervisors (Cebs) has issued its Report on national implementation of Cebs high-level principles for remuneration policies, finding “considerable progress...
The European Council has mandated Cebs to issue the results of this year's stress-testing exercise of the EU cross-border banking sector
Supervisor looking at range of issues as part of broader look at big banks, including compensation, compliance, and capital
Significant gaps in the stress-testing practices of Lehman Brothers led the US bank to take on excessive risks in its real estate portfolio it might otherwise have avoided, according to a detailed report...
Firm-wide stress testing can take up to seven months, said Piers Haben, chairman of the Committee of European Banking Supervisors' (Cebs) workstream on stress testing, speaking at a public hearing held...
The UK Financial Services Authority has outlined a new, more severe stress scenario for banks in its latest Financial Risk Outlook, published today. The regulator noted that its 2009 stress scenario...
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