UniCredit, Deutsche Bank May Suffer Biggest Shortfalls

Italy’s UniCredit and Germany’s Deutsche Bank are likely to experience the largest capital shortfalls among European banks, if proposed legislation is adopted that would force them to incur losses on sovereign debt, according to JPMorgan Chase analysts.

  • 19 Oct 2011
Italy’s UniCredit and Germany’s Deutsche Bank are likely to experience the largest capital shortfalls among European banks, if proposed legislation is adopted that would force them to incur losses on sovereign debt, according to JPMorgan Chase analysts. The analysts estimated that overall European banks would need EUR230 billion ...

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