Splits emerge over EBA’s stress test 2.0

Experts question utility of separate bank leg that won’t feed into capital requirements

No-one can resist the lure of a special offer, right? In fact, it turns out that European banks might be less than enthusiastic about their regulator’s offer of two stress tests for the price of one.

The European Banking Authority is grappling with a multifaceted problem. Its stress test must be relevant to supervisors and investors, comparable across over 50 banks in 15 countries, cost-efficient for banks and authorities, and transparent to all parties. In a major overhaul of the biennial

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