Financial strength of banks in Benelux according to EBA stress test 2015-2018

This statistic shows the financial strength (or Common Equity Tier 1 ratio) of banks in the Benelux according to the European Banking Authority (EBA) stress test, by scenario (in percent). Of the Dutch banks investigated by the EBA, the Rabobank scores the lowest ratio in the adverse scenario. It scores 8.1 percent, compared to the 9 percent of ING, BNG Nederlandse Gemeenten with 17.6 percent and ABN Amro's 9.5 percent.

Financial strength of banks in the Benelux according to the European Banking Authority (EBA) stress test, by scenario

Starting scenario (December 31st, 2015)Baseline scenario (December 31st, 2018)Adverse scenario (December 31st, 2018)
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Source

Release date

July 2016

Region

Belgium, Netherlands

Survey time period

December 2015

Supplementary notes

According to the source, the 2016 EU-wide stress test is based on a general macroeconomic downturn scenario over a three-year time-horizon and does not contain a pass fail threshold. It is designed to be used as a crucial input into the SREP in 2016. The adverse scenario implies EU real GDP growth rates over the three years of the exercise of -1.2 percent, -1.3 percent and 0.7 percent respectively - a deviation of 7.1 percent from its baseline level in 2018.

The numbers shown depict the Common Equity Tier 1 ratio. Tier 1 capital is a measurement of a bank's core equity against its total risk-weighted assets and shows the bank's financial strength. The higher the number, the more reserves a bank has for unexpected situations.

* The French bank BNP Paribas bought the Belgian bank Fortis in 2009, and is still active under the name of BNP Paribas Fortis. For this reason the numbers of the parent company have been added.

* The ING Group is originally from the Netherlands, but is also active in Belgium.

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