European banks are the main source of a global systemic risk – claims Professor Plutarchos Sakellaris from the Athens University of Economics and Business.
The market risk for the European banking sector–associated with growing volatility, potential liquidity shortages and the possibility of drops in asset prices–increased at the turn of the year and is currently at a high...
With a delay of almost a year, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) finally issued the last part of regulations aimed at completing the reform of prudential rules initiated after the outbreak of the global crisis.
The consensus on how much capital should the banks have is beginning to crumble. In some countries, the burdens are high, and in others they are lower.
The European Systemic Risk Board published a report on solving the problem of non-performing loans in the European Union. ESRB stressed that the condition of those loans can threaten stability of the financial system.
Change in the valuation of risk premium is the greatest threat to the stability of the European financial system.
Trillion euros in corporate and household NPLs in Europe is too much for the banking sector to regain profitability and effectively power the economy.
The European Union needs institutional stability in a financial supervision, says Andrea Enria, Chairperson of the European Banking Authority.
The Banking Union can be effective and give the potential to break the vicious cycle of fiscal and financial instability only if at the same time all necessary components are in place – a Single Rule Book, a Single...
The net profit of banks after nine months of the year exceeded PLN 11 billion, according to the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF). It is PLN 100 million less than the result after three quarters of the record year...