ECB sets out plans for disclosing comprehensive assessment results

ECB in Frankfurt

The European Central Bank (ECB) will publish the results of its comprehensive assessment in around two months' time – and today revealed how it will present the unprecedented amount of data compiled on 128 of the largest banks in Europe.

The assessment, which features an asset quality review (AQR) and stress test, is in an "advanced stage" and the ECB expects to publish the results in the second half of October.

Danièle Nouy, who chairs the supervisory board of the Single Supervisory Mechanism,

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