Key Charts - Bank Regulation

Euro Stress Test: Will the Stress Test Restore Faith?

  • Of the 25 banks earmarked as weak during the year-long review process, 13 failed the stress test with an aggregate capital shortage of €25 billion.
  • Among the 13 banks that fared worst, four were based in Italy.
  • Italy’s Monte dei Paschi di Siena, the oldest bank in the world, was found to have the largest capital shortfall at €2.11 billion.

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Sources: Thomson Reuters, ECB, Milken Institute.

Euro Stress Test: Will the Stress Test Restore Faith?

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