ECB reveals large banks’ individual capital requirements

Andrea Enria
Andrea Enria
Photo: Philippe Bussin/European Parliament

The European Central Bank’s supervisory arm published the individual capital requirements for the EU’s largest credit institutions for the first time today (January 28).

The ECB’s Single Supervisory Mechanism revealed the Pillar 2 capital requirements of all but one of the EU’s largest 109 lenders in its annual supervisory review and evaluation process, or Srep. The one remaining bank did not consent to have its capital requirements published, the SSM says. 

The SSM, which directly supervises

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