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Risk Assessment of the European Banking System by EBA

The European Banking Authority (EBA) releases a semi-annual Risk Assessment Report which contains updates on risks and vulnerabilities in the EU banking sector. This report describes the main developments and trends that affect the EU banking sector and provide the EBA’s outlook on the main micro-prudential risks and vulnerabilities.

Below you can access the Risk Assessment Report for December 2016 and also the Risk Dashboard as of Q2 2016, which is part of the regular risk assessment conducted by the EBA and complements the Risk Assessment Report.

Click on the images below to access the full reports from EBA (PDF, opens in a new browser window).

EBA Risk Assessment Reports

 

EBA Risk Dashboard 2016

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Antonio Caldas

Program/Project/Risk manager with 15+ years mix-industry, with a particular emphasis in Banking & Financial Services. Active in risk management, market risk control, front office risk management, product control, change and transformation management, business analysis and business process improvement for global capital markets and investment banking, covering a multiple range of asset classes.

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