Lender Forbearance Distorts Bank Risks, Says IMF

08 Jun 2011

The International Monetary Fund says lender forbearance may distort the risks U.K. banks could face in time of another crisis.

The International Monetary Fund says lender forbearance may distort the risks U.K. banks could face in time of another crisis. “Stress tests for major banks reveal adequate levels of capitalization under severe macroeconomic scenarios,” says the IMF, “with the caveat that lender forbearance may, in some cases, have ...

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