Aussie Banks More Resilient Than In 2008

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority said that domestic banks are better able to withstand a credit crisis now than they were in 2008.

  • 04 Jun 2010
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority said that domestic banks are better able to withstand a credit crisis now than they were in 2008. John Laker, chairman of the APRA, supported his comment by noting that Australian banks have “only very small exposures to countries in the euro area,” ...

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