Financial solvency of Spanish banking institutions subject to stress test according to CET1 fully loeaded ratio in adverse scenario in 2016
Capital Ratio CET1 fully loaded in adverse scenario of the Spanish banks 2016
This statistic shows the CET1 fully loaded capital ratio of the Spanish banking institutions subjected to the stress tests in July 2016. After applying the hypothetical scenario of adverse economic conditions, the financial group BFA, parent of Bankia, obtained a capital ratio of 9.58%, while Banco Popular did not exceed 7%.
Financial solvency of Spanish banking institutions subject to stress test according to CET1 fully loeaded ratio in adverse scenario in 2016
Ratio CET1 fully loaded
BFA (Bankia)9.58%
Santander Bank8.2%
BBVA8.19%
Bank of Sabadell8.04%
Grupo Criteria Caixa *7.81%
Banco Popular Español6.62%
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Source

Release date

July 2016

Region

Spain

Survey time period

July 2016

Supplementary notes

* The CriteriaCaixa Group includes, in addition to the CaixaBank Group, Criteria's industrial holdings and real estate assets. Home The objective of the stress test or test of bank resistance carried out by the European banking supervisor is to assess the resilience of the banking sector of the European Union in a hypothetical scenario of adverse economic conditions for the year 2018. Home The European relevance ratio for measuring banks' financial strength is called CET1 (Common Equity Tier 1). Financial institutions are required by the regulator to maintain a percentage of capital in relation to their risky assets. Home The CET1 fully loaded ratio is a financial solvency ratio introduced with the Basle III Accords (proposals for reforming banking regulation). Although the regulations will not be demandable until 2019, the application of the same by the entities is being carried out progressively. Home During the transition period up to 2019, the CET1 phased-in and CET1 fully loaded ratios are taken as solvency measures. CET 1 phased-in is the capital ratio calculated under the transitional regime until 2019. CET 1 fully loaded, on the other hand, is the capital ratio calculated taking into account that the Basel III definitions will be fully implemented in 2019.

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Capital Ratio CET1 fully loaded in adverse scenario of the Spanish banks 2016
This statistic shows the CET1 fully loaded capital ratio of the Spanish banking institutions subjected to the stress tests in July 2016. After applying the hypothetical scenario of adverse economic conditions, the financial group BFA, parent of Bankia, obtained a capital ratio of 9.58%, while Banco Popular did not exceed 7%.
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