Bank of Spain releases details of savings banks’ exposures to real estate sector, levels of provisions; says reforms have addressed slew of underlying problems
Basel 2.5 capital charge incoherent and challenging to implement, say risk managers
Fund’s Global Financial Stability Report and World Economic Outlook updates show concern over insufficiency of eurozone stress tests, links between banking and sovereign risks
New European Banking Authority announces second round of stress tests for European banks at opening meeting
2011 stress tests will struggle for credibility
Batten down the hatches
The ultimate risk – flawed liquidity risk management
A new focus on tail risk is making stress testing a key tool for banks - and also for their regulators.
Profile: Alessandro Canta
PPF consults over basing the majority of levy payments on the level of scheme’s risk
Tackling section 165
Pay more attention to unknown unknowns, Debelle advises
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Increased borrowing reflects fears on country's banking sector.
Spanish banks continue to depend on European Central Bank after stress tests exposed capital shortfalls
Sarah Dahlgren to succeed William Rutledge at end of year
ECB denies claims stress test scenarios were not severe enough
Institutions in Germany, Spain and Greece would be unable to maintain capital levels under “adverse scenarios”
Goldman Sachs investor survey suggests 10 of the 91 banks will fail, requiring an extra €37.6 billion in capital
Observers are expressing doubts over how useful the latest round of Cebs stress tests for European banks will be.
The European Council has mandated Cebs to issue the results of this year's stress-testing exercise of the EU cross-border banking sector