Which EU banks hold the most loans subject to Covid relief?

UK lender Lloyds had 13% of its loan book under payment moratoria as of June 30

Retail-focused lenders in the UK, Spain and Italy own the most loans covered by state-backed payment holidays authorised in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, a Risk Quantum analysis of 20 European banks shows.

Lloyds, the UK high street bank, had 13% of its loans subject to moratoria over the period to June 30, the highest share out of the sample. Payment holidays were granted to 999,715 obligors, though 3,272 had their moratoria lifted as of the end of the second quarter.

NatWest Group

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