Austrian Banks Need €10 Bln To Comply With Basel, Repay Aid

Austrian banks will require an additional €10 billion ($13.23 billion) in core Tier 1 capital to comply with new rules by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and to repay the government aid, according to Oesterreichische Nationalbank, the country’s central bank.

  • 02 Dec 2010
Austrian banks will require an additional €10 billion ($13.23 billion) in core Tier 1 capital to comply with new rules by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and to repay the government aid, according to Oesterreichische Nationalbank, the country’s central bank. The central bank estimates that 40% of ...

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