Sweden Eyes Tougher Stress Tests

The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority says it favors tougher stress tests for lenders to assure they have enough capital to guard against losses over the Sveriges Riksbank’s proposal to require banks to boost risk weightings on mortgage assets to reflect rising household indebtedness.

  • 11 Apr 2011
The Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority says it favors tougher stress tests for lenders to assure they have enough capital to guard against losses over the Sveriges Riksbank’s proposal to require banks to boost risk weightings on mortgage assets to reflect rising household indebtedness. Martin Andersson, the director general ...

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