Value of European banks capital shortfall in October 2014 (in billion euro), by country*

Shortfall of capital in European banks as of 2014, by country This statistic presents the amount of capital shortfall estimated to be necessary for European banks (EU) to withstand potentially adverse future economic conditions, as of October 2014. Among European countries, banks in Italy and Greece reported the highest value of shortfall: approximately 9.4 billion euros for Italy (nine banks) and 8.7 billion euros for Greece (three banks).
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Shortfall of capital in billion euros
Italy9.41
Greece8.72
Cyprus2.36
Portugal1.14
Austria0.87
Ireland0.86
Belgium0.54
Germany0.23
Slovenia0.07
Shortfall of capital in billion euros
Italy9.41
Greece8.72
Cyprus2.36
Portugal1.14
Austria0.87
Ireland0.86
Belgium0.54
Germany0.23
Slovenia0.07
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This statistic presents the amount of capital shortfall estimated to be necessary for European banks (EU) to withstand potentially adverse future economic conditions, as of October 2014. Among European countries, banks in Italy and Greece reported the highest value of shortfall: approximately 9.4 billion euros for Italy (nine banks) and 8.7 billion euros for Greece (three banks).
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Release date
October 2014
Region
EU
Survey time period
2013 to 2014
Number of respondents
123 respondents
Special properties
European banks
Supplementary notes
*The 2014 EU-wide stress tests for banks, intended to emphasize concerns about the health of EU banking system, were imposed on 123 banks. Examination pertained to the issue of whether or not banks had enough capital to withstand a series of economic adverse conditions (for example a rise in unemployment, a fall in house prices or declining economic growth). Twenty-four banks failed the test and contributed to approximately 25 billion euros in European capital "black hole".
European-wide sample of 123 banks was drawn from 22 countries with 28,000 billion euros of assets, covering more than 70% of the EU banking sector.

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