Europe’s largest banks are shedding complex assets and cutting their links to other financial firms – moves which may lower their systemic risk scores.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) published the systemic risk indicators of the 35 largest European Union banks on August 9. These include data on each bank’s total exposures, interconnections with the financial system, complexity, cross-border activities, and substitutability. The indicators are used to calculate the annual global
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