Stress tests find large Danish banks can withstand severe recession

National Bank of Denmark
Rachael King

The largest Danish banks have enough capital to deal with a severe recession scenario, the National Bank of Denmark said today (May 31), in light of the results of its semi-annual stress tests.

“The stress test shows that the largest banks, ie the Sifis (systemically important financial institutions), are resilient to even a considerable level of stress,” the central bank says. The institutions that have previously struggled in the tests have strengthened their capital ratios over the last half

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