German Banks’ Tier 1 Ratio Up

28 Sep 2010

The Tier 1 capital ratio of Germany’s 14 largest banks rose to 10.1% from 9.3% a year ago, even before new capital requirements were introduced, according to Ernst & Young.

The Tier 1 capital ratio of Germany’s 14 largest banks rose to 10.1% from 9.3% a year ago, even before new capital requirements were introduced, according to Ernst & Young. A survey of the banks also showed a 51% decline in loan-loss provisions in the year’s first six ...

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