30 Jul 2010

The bank stress tests: a work in progress

Karel Lannoo

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In this commentary, CEPS CEO Karel Lannoo argues that the stress test recently conducted on 91 European banks had shortcomings with regard to its scope, indicators, and methodology, but he salutes it as the setting of a precedent which will encourage further integration of the European system of financial supervision.

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