CESB May Drop Sovereign Debt Test Next Time

The Committee of European Banking Supervisors may not conduct “sovereign risk sensitivity analyses” in the next round of stress tests on European banks, according to a document obtained by Bloomberg.

  • 01 Dec 2010
The Committee of European Banking Supervisors may not conduct “sovereign risk sensitivity analyses” in the next round of stress tests on European banks, according to a document obtained by Bloomberg. The CESB is said to reason that the changes in banks’ debt books probably have not been dramatic ...

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