Big Banks Seen Raising Only 10% Of Capital Shortfall

Europe’s largest banks are seen raising only about 10% of the combined EUR106 billion ($148 billion) in capital regulators say they need to reach the 9% core Tier 1 ratio by June, according to analysts.

  • 31 Oct 2011
Europe’s largest banks are seen raising only about 10% of the combined EUR106 billion ($148 billion) in capital regulators say they need to reach the 9% core Tier 1 ratio by June, according to analysts. Most banks are instead working to achieve the ratio by adjusting risk-weightings, curbing ...

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