Bad debt at European banks a blink test of capital rules and the resolve of governments (Premium)

Rising bad debt at European banks – particularly those in Portugal, Spain and Italy – has taken a prominent position in the spotlight in the wake of the Brexit vote. While high levels of non-performing loans in certain areas of Europe are not exactly news, fears over a general economic contraction in Europe are focusing new attention on the problem.
The real question is: what happens next?

This content requires registration. Get access today by signing up here.

Related Posts

Previous Post
Testing the OFR's US Money Market Fund Monitor (Premium)
Next Post
Northern Trust to leverage GlobalCollateral Ltd’s margin settlement messaging service

Related Posts

Fill out this field
Fill out this field
Please enter a valid email address.

Menu
X

Reset password

Create an account